The Kaptain of Crunk (40g)
I don't mind the explanations, however we're not in any way suggesting people make Ayahuasca type kava mixtures. We're not into that. We're into traditional kava as a food product.Can someone explain why the CYP Enzyme info was removed? The people here are literally talking about Inhibitors, Inducers, Anti-Oxidants, and MAOIs, etc.
Once everyone starts to understand those concepts here, you will be able to make very intentional mixtures.
If Coffee has an effect, it is the Xanthine activity of Caffeine. People are even discussing Piperidine having an effect here, which is a base Molecule for many Psychoactive substances.
Why do you think Black Seed Oil works? Go read about how it effects your Enzymes.
Once Kava users understand Enzymes, they can make Ayahuasca type Kava mixtures.
This is Yangonin, all those O's are Oxygen. Highly reactive with Hydrogen, making H2O when they meet
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This is Hydrochloric Acid found in your stomach
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Black seed oil contains.
four saturated fatty acids (17.0%) and four unsaturated fatty acids (82.5%). Linoleic acid (55.6%), oleic acid (23.4%) and palmitic acid (12.5%) are its major components
anethole, p-cymene, limonene, carvone and thymoquinone
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CYP Enzymes (Drug Metabolism, etc)
Induction and Inhibition (Anti-Oxidants, etc)
Your explanations heavily rely on referencing currently illegal drugs which is against our terms of service. I understand you're quoting Sasha Shulgin's work which contains many references to "taboo" chemicals. While I do appreciate his work and his contributions greatly, kavaforums isn't the platform for it's discussion. There are far more drug-centric websites in which to discuss the finer points.