making lsd

Discussion in 'LSD - Acid Trips' started by LSD, May 26, 2004.

  1. LSD

    LSD Member

    I have a friend who is working on a degree in organ chemistry who wants to begin making LSD. In one oh his classes the prof. pretty much described how to make it, and he is reading this book on making it.

    I have a few questions that both he and i want answered that may or may not be in the book he is reading.

    Explain making blotter paper.

    You can sell it in liquid form right?

    How much could he sell it for (a general range) for selling by the hit and by the sheet?
  2. Ocean Byrd

    Ocean Byrd Artificial Energy

    Explain making blotter paper.

    I don't think you produce the paper yourself, though I'm not sure how to obtain it.

    You can sell it in liquid form right?

    Yes, but you need to dilute the solution.

    How much could he sell it for (a general range) for selling by the hit and by the sheet?

    By the hit? $3-$10 depending on the quality; $100-$300 for a sheet, depending on quantity and quality.
  3. Dalee

    Dalee Member

    First of all, your friend will NOT be making LSD.

    How does your friend plan on getting ergotamine tartrate (ET)? There is really no way to get it in the United States without the government knowing.

    If there is a way, I doubt your friend will be able to find it. Its extremely troublesome.

    Secondly, It's going to take a lot of money to get all the equipment you'll need. Who is going to fund this operation?

    Third, blotter paper is easily obtainable at any art store, its absorbic properties are used to absorb ink.

    Selling by the sheet and hit?

    If your friend is making LSD, he WONT be selling by the sheet or hit. One Gram of LSD is about 7,000 hits of Acid.
  4. cotter builds

    cotter builds Member

    the chemicals that you cannot procure, youd have to sythesize which is where the organic chem knowledge comes in....ive been having regular discussion with my sister on this topic. the other part is, its alot of equip youll need.
  5. Psilodelix

    Psilodelix Member

    Over 4000 years ago the preists of Eleusis, Greece found a way to cultivate a strain of fungus called Claviceps paspali on young barley. Claviceps paspali is another species of ERGOT or Claviceps purpurea. It just so happens that this perticular varity of the fungus does not have some of the same harmful chemicals and toxins that Claviceps purpurea may contain. When the preists where finished with the harvest they would prepare the infamous psychedelic beverage kykeon. With this formula and some other rituals they preformed the Eleusian mysteries.
    "C. paspali, growing in the wild grasses around the barley fields, also has a very different appearance than C. purpurea, and the grasses on which it grows mature earlier than the barley. Thus its honeydew stage would correspond well to the stage of the growth of barley most suitable for secondary infection. And to the uninitiated, C. paspali would probably have passed unnoticed, and not be suspected as an ergot. Even the priests might have been unaware that the honeydew on the weed grasses surrounding the fields resulted from an ergot. C. paspali is small, round and mostly light in colour compared to the dark purple and larger, elongated spikes of C. purpurea. Thus the priests could have collected some at the time when it was producing honeydew, perhaps in the process of "weeding" the fields, taken it to the temple and prepared a water solution for use in the infection of the barley. A modest amount of honeydew containing the C. paspali infestation would have been sufficient to infect a much larger amount of barley, thus satisfying the requirement that significant quantities of the active ingredient be available.
    Rather than a blessing of the grain using honeydew-infected water, an alternative might have been that the hierophants simply cut some weeds at the edge of the field and used them to brush the young barley. Perhaps this might have been done as a ceremony indicating the belief that wild grasses, and ergot itself, were a primitive and debased form of the edible grains, and the intention of the ceremony to produce barley "primitivised" for use in the kykeon. Perhaps the secret of raising C. paspali on barley was originally discovered in such a fashion, and later a more complex procedure and rite evolved, such as the "holy water scenario" I have hypothesised. There seem a number of possible hypotheses that could be explored concerning the particulars of the "Paspali-on-Barley Hypothesis."
    It remains now to try to repeat the proposed method, and if indeed C. paspali can be grown on barley by producing a secondary infection using the honeydew from a natural C. paspali infestation on Paspalum distichum, for example, the resulting ergots must then be analysed and their alkaloid spectrum identified. In The Story of Ergot by F.J. Bové, we read that "Dr. Robert Stäger of Bern, Switzerland, devoted his whole life to the discovery of hosts and parasites... In 1898 he began to systematically cultivate grasses and infested them with ergot - and then used the honeydew produced to infest and cross-infest other plants." From this research it would seem that the infestation of barley with the honeydew of adjacent-growing C. paspali is a distinct possibility worth researching."
    Basicly, I want to use the technology, knowledge base, and advanced cultivation techniques of our time to basicly REDISCOVER the origional forumla. This would alow us all to learn to brew up your own beverege that would have extremely similar but less potent effects than LSD. Now, while all the acid heads sigh at 'less potent', the good side of this is that it could be mass produced and given out to many people (essicancially it would make great first timer stuff) and could be distributed at concerts and fests and such. More on this at my thread about it...

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