THC & Tropacocaine
THC is a new miracle medication, used to treat sleep disorders allergies, inflammatory diseases, auto immune disorders, migraines, addictions, post traumatic stress disorder, anorexia, etc. Syntheses of THC and chemical analogs are described. Human testing are also included. The extraction of THC (eg. 40%, 70% and 92% THC Hash Oil) from cannabis is detailed. Isomerisation: a quick route from cannabidiol.
The discovery of its endogenous ligand, anandamide (a fatty acid amide) has revolutionized the investigation of this new neurotransmitter system. Anandamides have been used in the treatment of insomnia, allergies and post traumatic stress disorder yet remain undeveloped. Anandamides will replaced THC and marijuana because of ease of synthesis; preparation from commonly available grocery store oils (eg. olive oil). Multiple reactions are explained.
Tropacocaine was discovered as a trace alkaloid in Coca leaves from Java. It is longer acting and less toxic than cocaine.
Tropacocaine is prepared from atropine obtained from nightshade plants. The synthesis of tropacocaine from Datura (eg. nightshade) is described and referenced. Reactions have been translated into English. Millions of Americans are addicted to cocaine and crack, yet tropacocaine has never been studied to assess its value as a replacement medication. 400+ refs. Color cover. Laminated.