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Websites for discussions of plants/chemistry etc.
    #4728023 - 09/29/05 12:05 AM (11 years, 2 months ago)

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Re: Websites for discussions of plants/chemistry etc. [Re: moecat]
    #4728778 - 09/29/05 01:45 AM (11 years, 2 months ago)

Well, you know... this isn't likely the answer you wanted, but this site itself can be conducive to such discussion. Myself I've found it stimulating to say the least.

I'm a 1st year chem major, who will be studying organic chemistry, biochemistry, and possibly pharmacology either on the side or independently, and most decidedly moving on to further study in at least one of them after getting a BS. Just as evidence of the variety of people here  :grin:

Erowid is of course a very good place to research those subjects (www.erowid.org if you didn't know, but I bet you did), however I don't know that it's as conducive to discussion as it is to research.


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Re: Websites for discussions of plants/chemistry etc. [Re: Konnrade]
    #4736529 - 09/30/05 02:04 PM (11 years, 2 months ago)

Beyond Bluelight's 'Advanced Drug Discussions', with which you're already familiar (and doesn't have a specific emphasis on Ethnopharmacology), I am not aware of any suitable active discussion forum. Which is a shame, since it would be pretty easy for a server with existing infrastructure, such as the Shroomery, to host such.
By the way, I had left a reply in the "LSA Analysis" thread. Since then, the picture only seems to become increasingly obscured by conflicting data.


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Re: Websites for discussions of plants/chemistry etc. [Re: stvip]
    #4736894 - 09/30/05 03:12 PM (11 years, 2 months ago)

mmm thats a pretty good point, an 'alchemy' forum would be a nice companion to the garden...

anyways this is an interesting site just starting up:
http://www.spiritelf.com/index.php


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Re: Websites for discussions of plants/chemistry etc. [Re: moecat]
    #4736921 - 09/30/05 03:19 PM (11 years, 2 months ago)

spiritplants...is that still around? shaman-australis.com, lycaeum's forums


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Re: Websites for discussions of plants/chemistry etc. [Re: Organic]
    #4737051 - 09/30/05 03:39 PM (11 years, 2 months ago)

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mmm thats a pretty good point, an 'alchemy' forum would be a nice companion to the garden...




The Ethnobotanical Garden forum could also serve. It's a question of posting guidelines and moderation. The current state is not at all conductive to serious discussions, and does not seem to attract a cricitcal mass of people affiliated with Academia.

I concur that Shaman-australis has a decent forum (and "K. Trout" posts yonder). Also, there are the DMTWorld, Ayahuasca.com and Poppies.org forums, specific to their respective titular subject.
Still, the lack of a truly suitable place is a void; you know how Nature feels about those, and we're all for Nature 'round here.


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Re: Websites for discussions of plants/chemistry etc. [Re: stvip]
    #4741891 - 10/01/05 07:41 PM (11 years, 2 months ago)

erowid.org ........check it out


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Re: Websites for discussions of plants/chemistry etc. [Re: Banez]
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Re: Websites for discussions of plants/chemistry etc. [Re: moecat]
    #4788460 - 10/11/05 08:19 PM (11 years, 1 month ago)

This might be worth checking out.


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Re: Websites for discussions of plants/chemistry etc. [Re: moecat]
    #4788515 - 10/11/05 08:33 PM (11 years, 1 month ago)



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Re: Websites for discussions of plants/chemistry etc. [Re: World Spirit]
    #4793511 - 10/12/05 05:28 PM (11 years, 1 month ago)

Some interesting patents.


US3846297 CHROMATOGRAPHY

US3915795 Process for producing L-5-methoxytryptophan using microorganisms

US4180509 .alpha.-Ethynyl tryptophanes
column 1 lines 22+
The above-enumerated aromatic amines are known to be involved in various
pathophysiological processes. For example, it has been found that tryptamine,
the decarboxylation product of tryptophan is enzymatically methylated to
monomethyltryptamine which in turn is methylated enzymatically to
dimethyltryptamine (DMT) in human red blood cells, plasma and platelets. The
methylating enzyme is present in many mammalian species and has been shown to
be produced in brain tissues of several species including man. DMT which has
strong hallucinogenic or psychomimetic properties may play a role in the
etiology of schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders. Hence any agent which
would block formation of DMT may be useful as an antipsychotic agent. Blocking
the decarboxylation of tryptophan results in decreased levels of tryptamine,
removing the substrate for DMT formation. Hence an inhibitor of aromatic amino
acid decarboxylase which would block conversion of tryptophan to tryptamine may
be useful as an antipsychotic agent.

US4511659 Liquid chromatograph with electrochemical detector and method

US2438259 d-Lysergic acid diethyl amide

US2736728 Preparation of lysergic acid amides

US2809920 Process for the preparation of ergotamine, ergotaminine and ergometrine by saprophytic culture of ergot (claviceps purpurea [fr] tul.) in vitro and isolation of the alkaloids thus produced

US2835675 Elymoclavine and manufacture of ergot alkaloids by culture

US2947757 Process for preparing 5-hydroxy-tryptamine through new intermediates

US3183172 Obtaining psilocybin and psilocin from fungal material

US3192111 Method of inducing therapeutic tranquilization with psilocybin and psilocin

US3072530 Therapeutic indoles for psychic stimulation and relief of mental depression

US3336311 Total synthesis and novel derivatives of ergot alkaloids

US3822268 LYSERGIC ACID AMIDES


US3547999 4 - ALKYL - DIALKOXY - ALPHA - METHYL - PHENETHYLAMINES AND THEIR PHARMACOLOGICALLY-ACCEPTABLE SALTS
INVENTOR: SHULGIN, ALEXANDER T

US3541158 1-(DI(LOWER ALKOXY)-4-ALKYLPHENYL)-2-NITROPROPENES
INVENTOR: SHULGIN, ALEXANDER T


http://ep.espacenet.com/search97cgi/s97_cgi.exe?Action=FormGen&Template=ep/en/number.hts


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