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Re: Safer Fentanyl Extraction Techniques
« Reply #29 from previous page: March 25, 2017, 04:41:00 PM »
So you use isopropyl alcohol to pour it on the pill and dissolve it? Then what? Do I get rid of the binders from it?

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Re: Safer Fentanyl Extraction Techniques
« Reply #30 on: March 26, 2017, 01:35:30 AM »
Fentanyl dissolves well in iso but the binders don't.  You filter out the I so from the binders and the fentanyl is dissolves in the iso.  Evaporate it in a shallow container and you should be left with a microscopic amount of fine white powder.


91% will probably dissolve some binders.  I would try to find some 99% or dry it out with some Epsom salt.


Use a small container to evaporate if you can and try to keep the amount of alcohol small. Less than 2 ml ideally.


I don't know what exactly is in your mystery pill.  What fentanyl analogue is it?  What is the solubility is alcohol?  What binders exactly?  It might work and it might not. Isopropyl extraction should work fairly well, but the only way to know for sure is to try it unless you can give more information somehow.


Edit: Shooting fentanyl is pretty worthless like Lolleedee said.  A nothing rush and then you just fall asleep.  That's my experience at least.
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Re: Safer Fentanyl Extraction Techniques
« Reply #31 on: January 18, 2018, 04:00:13 AM »
If one really wants the F out of a patch regardless as to whether gel or matrix the easiest way is to make sure its citrate or HCl and if not add a little vinegar or citric etc and slam the thing with like 10 mls methylene chloride. If matrix it will pull the dent out if gel it will pull dent and gel out at which point in either case one can evaporate the MC and basify with carbonate (not bicarbonate) in water. Then swish and grind it around (the dent base and residual polymers) in hexans (ie lighter fluid) and separate off. Do it again and then use drying salts on the lighter fluid layer until it's clear not cloudy and hit it with an hCl generator (salt in closed vessel with sulfuric acid ie liquid fire) and have a tube with opening and hit the lighter fluid. You'll see your 8-10 mg of F crash out. Filter and enjoy. Carefully.
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