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pneumatician
04-25-2012, 02:05 AM
jelou...

I are working with melissa... with 1 gr (one) of dried melissa purchased in a shop I obtained this tinture (not bad, eh ? ):cool:

before the last pass, vaporizing the tinture untill a thick syrup I leave the flask some days near me, in my work table with computers, books, tintures, bottles... around...

I check the bottle randomly to see any change or suspected alteration... and wow! what is this ? no this is not a reflexion of some light... NO! :) something very strange are inside the flask!!! :)

the 'thing' are:
1cm high x 2cm width.
is very soft, because in a bit of flask agitation part of the superior dome is crushed
is translucent and not any "fetus' inside :)
white color
the PH of the menstrum is b. 6-7

not ask basic questions, I are a maniac cleaning, somtimes I clean 2 or 3 times the glassware, use for tintures, new or not used with my photo chems... the water is destilled water and, if any, I use Ph (pharmaceutical) grade chemicals (the most pure I can find)

now the water is pristine clear like all the time, no 'gurs' floating or in the bottom.... only the thing...

what is this head mushroom ? all the esential melissa in astral mode?
i can't get out the thing full because is in a volumetric flask with the neck very narrow...

Who could expect the birth of this??? :confused:

Does anyone have any experince with such things ???

check pics here
http://verdaguer.com/391/pneumatician/melissa/bolet

bye bye

Salazius
04-25-2012, 12:27 PM
It is the process of the ens using tartar salt ?

pneumatician
04-25-2012, 01:42 PM
It is the process of the ens using tartar salt ?

no, no the tipical proces of tartar exposed... amd the extraction with alcohol...

but here I put tartar salt to netralize the fire used. for this reason the ph is neutral.

Salazius
04-25-2012, 03:35 PM
And probably why you maybe have now a ball of "deliquescent" watery salt in the bottom of your flask ?

pneumatician
04-26-2012, 10:50 PM
And probably why you maybe have now a ball of "deliquescent" watery salt in the bottom of your flask ?

I would say that the precipitation of a salt is like snow, not in domes...

pneumatician
06-08-2012, 02:24 AM
http://www.illuminated-alchemists.com/t196-crystallization-plant-sulfur

my moved

http://verdaguer.com/391/pneumatician/experiments/melissa/bolet/