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Melting Point: 217-219 degrees Celcius
Molar Mass: 242.32 g/mol
Molecular Formula: C15H18N2O
Huperzine A is naturally occurring. It is an alkaloid compound found in the firmoss Huperzia Serrata.
Firmoss Huperzia Serrata is a plant which is widely distributed over the counter as a dietary supplement. It may treat Alzheimers Disease.
It is native to India and Southeast Asia.
The mechanism of action is similar to Donepezil, Rivastigmine, and Galantamine.
Huperzine A is commonly sold in the USA for memory support. The botanical itself has long been used by the Chinese to treat swelling, fever and blood disorders.
Clinical trials in China have proven the drug helps improve memory function and treats Alzheimers disease.
Being an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor and NMDA receptor antagonist, the drug is able to break down acetylcholine which will increase the level and duration of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Huperzine A is one of the only naturally occurring acetylcholinesterase inhibitors. Some of the major side effects may include: actions on the parasympathetic nervous system, may cause bradycardia (a resting heart rate), hypotension (abnormally low blood pressure), hypersecretion (releasing chemicals), bronchoconstriction (constriction of airways in the lungs due to the tightening of smooth muscle – shortness of breath and weezing / coughing may occur), GI tract hypermotility (diarrhea), and may decrease intraocular pressure (releasing pressure behind eyes). It may also cause SLUDGE syndrome (Salivation, Lacrimation, Urination, Defecation, Gastrointenstinal upset, Emesis - Vomitting). It may also cause actions on the neuromuscular junction, prolonging muscle contraction.
In some trials, Huperzine A has had a beneficial effect on the general cognitive function with no serious side effects for patients with AD.
Disclaimer: I do not condone any activities which lead to the death of a human being or any endangered species protected by any law anywhere. This article is for information purposes only.
Bullets capable of killing whether they are a kill shot or not: that is the goal. There are many ways one could create poisonous bullets or poison tipped bullets. I would suppose if you were to create poisonous bullets, you would have a better chance of inducing a poisonous reaction in the target than if you only poisoned the tips of the bullets. Obviously a fully coated bullet will consist of a greater surface area containing the poison attribute. While there are many types of poisons, one of the most effective will be ricin. Ricin is an organic toxic carbohydrate-binding protein present in the castor oil plant (Sabella, 2014).
Ricin is an extremely toxic lectin and possesses a median lethal dose of 22 micrograms per kilogram (Krieger, 2012). This is a very small amount, perhaps only a few grains of salt for example would compare in size. Specifically through injection, ricin is more lethal, and because only a few grains of salt equivalent would be a lethal dose, it is a prime candidate for a bullet’s toxic coating. The poison causes a failure to produce a vital protein in the body, which may take a few hours to days for any symptoms or signs to emerge. Imminent death prevails quite suddenly afterwards. Ricin has been used historically in various wars by various entities including the United States in World War I, the Russian KGB in the 70s (Soviet Union, whatever), and the United Kingdom in specialty assassination weapons (Augerson, 2000). Canada even studied using ricin in their cluster bombs (2000)!
It is not very hard to extract Ricin from the seeds of the Castor plant. In fact, the extraction method is extremely similar to that used in the soy process. (Review all disclaimers on this site and at the bottom and top of this article).
Step one: Dehull and defattened Castor seeds must undergo a minimal heat treatment to bring the seeds close to being un-de-natured.Step two: Using an aqueous solution of sodium chloride (0.5-2 M), extract the ricin from the castor plant seeds. This can be performed using a coffee maker and regular filter.Step three: Lightly bake the remaining solution in a glass Pyrex dish, on a low setting, of 120-150 Degrees Fahrenheit to produce a glassy-resin type residue.Step four: Scrape the residue carefully (Review all disclaimers).Step five: Using a grinder, lightly grind the hardened resin pieces into a fine powder.
Obviously a bullet is designed to be a certain size to fit within its chamber and properly fire, so any coating that is added will need to be light enough to not make any disturbance. The ricin extract can be combined with normal dry lubrication coatings. There are many different coating choices available, some of the most common include: Molybdenum Disulfide and Tungsten Disulfide (6mmbr, 2014). Although Moly is the most common method, it has been suggested that Tungsten Disulfide leads to less barrel erosion overtime (even though it takes longer to coat your bullets in Tungsten Disulfide) (2014). You should be aware that a coated bullet is going to have a much lower velocity when compared to a shot fired by the same gun with the same power using a naked bullet. (Review all disclaimers on this site and at the bottom and top of this article).
Step 1: Clean your bullets. Starting with completely clean bullets leads to a better coat, and never handle your clean bullets as your skin oil will re-contaminate them!Step 2: Your tumbler, drum and bullets should all be warmed in the natural sunlight, or in a higher –than-room-temperature-room, in order to produce the best coating effects.Step 3: Gently combine in a lightly heated glass container the ricin extract resin powder with your moly or other coating chemical and then perform the tumble.Step 4: Gently (I cannot specify gently enough) wax your bullets. Do not skip this step.
Additional disclaimers: Ricin is highly toxic to humans and animals. Do not handle this directly. Do not do any of this if you have no chemical knowledge of what you are doing. Do not handle the bullets afterwards with your bare hands. Perform none of these tasks without wearing a respirator properly fit to handle fumes from the chemical process involved. Do not sell or distribute or own illegal bullets or illegal compounds.
References1. Sabella, 2014. "What Makes Ricin So Deadly - What Makes Ricin So Deadly". Anthony Sabella. Retrieved 2013-04-24.2. Ujváry I (2010). Krieger R, ed. Hayes´ Handbook of Pesticide Toxicology (Third ed.). Elsevier, Amsterdam. pp. 119–229. ISBN 978-0-12-374367-1.3. Augerson, William S.; Spektor, Dalia M.; United States Dept. of Defense, Office of the Secretary of Defense, National Defense Research Institute (U.S.) (2000). A Review of the Scientific Literature as it Pertains to Gulf War Illnesses. Rand Corporation, ISBN 978-0-8330-2680-44. 6mmbr, 2014. Private bullet coating: To coat or not to coat your bullets. (2014). http://www.6mmbr.com/bulletcoating.html
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