Post 525552 (https://www.thevespiary.org/talk/index.php?topic=13323.msg52555200#msg52555200)(Lego: "First direct synth of (+)-lysergic acid, Refs", Tryptamine Chemistry)
Post 527262 (https://www.thevespiary.org/talk/index.php?topic=9415.msg52726200#msg52726200)(n00dle: "LSD vs peptide coupling", Tryptamine Chemistry) and UTFSE for "argyreia nervosa" and/or "HBWR", maybe together with "alkaloid extraction".
UTFSE for "argyreia nervosa" and/or "HBWR", maybe together with "alkaloid extraction".
I have searched thats why I stated it as a viable source of LSA. Also theres an extraction method in Smiths book for ergot and woodrose.
Additionally woodrose has been found to have the highest concentration of LSA, heavenly blue and morning glory have 0.02% LSA while woodrose has 0.04%. It is also determined by which variety of nervosa you use, HBWR has been found to have the highest concentrations as stated on this site
http://www.shaman-australis.com.au/Website/subcat25.htm (http://www.shaman-australis.com.au/Website/subcat25.htm)(it seems reliable enough).
....LSD commonly is produced from lysergic acid, which is made from ergotamine tartrate, a substance derived from an ergot fungus on rye, or from lysergic acid amide, a chemical found in morning glory seeds
............as read at