Sacrament of Transition guarantees Identity and Purity of this Sacrament Substance, as reported in the below Certificate of Analysis.

The Sacrament Substance itself is intended for religious purposes only and it is supplied for export only under the condition that Authorities of the Country of destination allow its import into that Country.

Sacrament of Transition, having no control on its further employ, cannot be regarded as responsible for its further use after import.

Literature: A) Schlittler, Helv.Chim.Acta 36, 1341 (1953)
  B) Dickel, J.Am. Chem. Soc. 80, 123 (1958) 1) Bienmann et al., J.Am. Chem. Soc. 83, 4805 (1961) 2) Gabetta, Mustich: Spectral data of Indole Alkaloids, Inverni della Beffa Milano, 1975
Appearance: Creamy-brownish crystalline powder.
Identification: TLC on Silica Gel Plates Merck 60 F 254 Eluent: Ethyl Acetate:MeOH = 7:3 Detector: Jodine vapours in a sealed chamber. Fix with stark solution.
RESULTS: One single spot, no side substances. The Substance is TLC-pure Further confirmation was acheived through TLC-comparison with Sacranent Substance HCl isolated from authentic roots of Tabernanthe iboga Baill. (Apocynaceae), certified by the Keeper, Herbarium of Abidjan, which exhibited the same Rf under the same conditions
Assay: Titration in non-aqueous medium (anhydros Pyridine) with Perchloric Acid, indicator Gentian Violet. found: 98,20% (referred to the anhydrous)

Sacrament Substance was prepared according to the methods described in A) and B).
Its data conformed with the ones described in Literature 1) and 2), particularly as the following were concerned:

  should is
M.P. (sealed tube, uncorrected) 299-300°C dec. >293°C dec.
[alfa]25 (EtOH) -63° -63°
[alfa]25 (H2O) -49° -48°
TLC one spot one spot, one very faint spot
Assay >94% 98,20% (on anhydrous)

Caution: the Sacrament Substance can be poisonous if taken in too large quantity!
For details on toxicity see:
Schneider, Sigg: Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 66, 765 (1957)