Mescaline solubility and other properties

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Mescaline solubility and other properties
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Note: when talking about IPA (isopropyl alcohol), a purity of 99% IPA is assumed. 91% IPA or less cannot substitute for 99% IPA.

Freebase mescaline
Composition: C11H17NO3
Melting point: 35-36°C (Kindler and Peschke, 103)
Boiling point: 180°C (12 mmHg)
XLogP: 0.6 (PubChem)
XLogP3: 0.7 (PubChem)
pKa: 9.56
Appearance: long needle shaped white crystals
Molecular weight: 211.26
Notes: forms mescaline carbonate on prolonged exposure to air
Average dose: 300 to 600 milligrams with a duration of 5 to 12 hours.
Soluble in: alcohol, chloroform, benzene, xylene, toluene, acetone, dichloromethane, highly soluble in isopropyl alcohol, soluble in d-limonene ***
Moderately soluble in: water
Insoluble in: practically insoluble in ether or petroleum ether
LD50: i.p. rats 370 mg/kg

*** SWIM's test's found that freebase mescaline is quite soluble in d-limonene and that mescaline hydrochloride is insoluble in d-limonene. He developed a tech that uses it and got fantastic yields.

Mescaline citrate
Soluble in: water
Insoluble in: xylene, acetone *
* Possible unreliable web source.

Mescaline hydrochloride
Molecular weight: 247.72 (Sigma Aldrich)
Empirical Formula (Hill Notation): C11H17NO3 • HCl (Sigma Aldrich)
CAS Number: 832-92-8
Appearance: colorless crystals, needles
Melting point: 184°C
Moderately soluble in: water, alcohol (Merck Index), methanol (at least 1.0 mg/ml, source Sigma Aldrich solution)
Insoluble in: practically insoluble in toluene and acetone, insoluble in isopropyl alcohol, diethyl ether, and d-limonene***
LD50: i.p. rats 132 mg/kg
Storage temperature: 2-8°C (Sigma Aldrich)
Isolation: when mescaline hydrochloride is extracted from San Pedro, Achuma, or Peruvian torch, it can be isolated from the other alkaloids by washing it in IPA or acetone (use 10 ml per gram of alkaloids, and wash 2-3 times). The non-mescaline alkaloids dissolve in the IPA or acetate, while the mescaline hydrochloride does not. Note that for the cleanest results use about 2 washes of acetone, and then 2 washes with IPA.

*** SWIM's test's found that freebase mescaline is quite soluble in d-limonene and that mescaline hydrochloride is insoluble in d-limonene. He developed a tech that uses it and got fantastic yields.

Mescaline picrate
Melting point: mp 222°C.

Mescaline sulfate dihydrate
Composition: (C11H17NO3)2 • H2SO4 • 2H2O
Appearance: prisms
Melting point: 183–186 °C (361–367 °F)
Molecular Weight: 309.33606
Soluble in: hot water, methanol
Almost insoluble in: near freezing water, alcohol, acetone *
* Possible unreliable web source.

Mescaline fumarate
Composition: unknown (it may be a one to one salt or may not be)
Appearance: unknown
Melting point: unknown
Soluble in: water**, acetone**
Insoluble in: unknown
** This information is from various SWIMs on this forum.

Mescaline acetate
Composition: unknown
Appearance: white free flowing powder with a slight waxy texture ***
Melting point: unknown
Soluble in: water***, isopropyl alcohol***, acetone***, DMSO*** (more than 5 grams/100 ml), boiling MEK***
Insoluble in: xylene, d-limonene, cold MEK (Methyl Ethyl Ketone) ***
*** This information was validated by SWIM and is reliable.
Isolation: when mescaline acetate is extracted from San Pedro, Achuma, or Peruvian torch, it can be isolated from the other alkaloids by washing it in cold MEK (use 10 ml per gram of alkaloids, and wash 2-3 times). The non-mescaline alkaloids dissolve in the MEK, while the mescaline acetate does not. Mescaline acetate can be recrystallized in MEK by boiling the MEK and then freezing it overnight.

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Jul 21 08 9:30 PM

End of May. Fresh  flower of one of my pedros, another on the right is sprouting on a similar clone.
Today I have seen another one starting on a different specimen in the background.


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Jul 21 08 9:40 PM

Those are fabulous pictures. Thanks for sharing them. smile

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Jul 21 08 10:18 PM


Different hikuri individuals are flowering in these days too., but it is far more normal.
Pedros flowering is very rare in my country, at least outside a greenhouse. Only five (or more ?) years ago it happened  once to me, in july.
Let's take it as a good omen for us all 

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Jul 22 08 11:09 AM





I never saw a San Pedro flower before. Are the flowers medicinal?

-69ron


I don't know, but they have a sublime fragrance you can smell a couple of metres around.



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