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ADDkid

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A question about safrole
« on: December 07, 2003, 06:15:00 AM »
How much time would it take to just distill the safrole for the bark, I saw this place where they sale Sassafras Root Bark for 1oz for 2.00.  Does anybody know how much safrole that it would be. I believe the type is aburium, sorry bout the spelling thanks ADDkid 
P.S. I saw a mech for Phenyl-2-ol-2-ethanol, that I don't believe I have seen here.  Which is toluene--->NBS--->Mg--->CO2---H+, which does not seem to hard.  I just don't know how to apply CO2, this could be convert into P2P

MDMA_AcTIvEsTS

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I TAKE IT
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2003, 07:21:00 AM »
I TAKE IT...

i take it that you have search long and hard and, far on the hive, and other numerous sites to find this info, or you are just lazy... either way" fucked if i know"
CHECK THESE OUT AND YOU MAY LEARN SOMETHINK:

https://www.thevespiary.org/rhodium/Rhodium/chemistry/3base/safrole.plants


http://www.fao.org/inpho/vlibrary/x0043e/X0043E0G.HTM



It may be anywhere from 65 to 90% safole, and for the time, i am unsure perhaps a few hours and i mean a few hours remember you are distilling from bark... so make a coffee and have some cake and then sit back, watch some porn, or simpsons either way it is a steady process"


pickler

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Root bark contains about 4% oil.
« Reply #2 on: December 10, 2003, 10:49:00 PM »
Root bark contains about 4% oil. So if you had 100g of rootbark you would get 4g of sassafras oil. Now the oil contains around 90% safrole which works out to be.... not much. Your better off  going and digging up roots in the wild. All of this info is cover in the search engine. Try it.