charles.rossouw at gmail.com
Tue Jul 15 02:23:39 EDT 2008
Hi Leon - as far as I'm aware, cooking is not good. As with any organic
chemical, the substance has a shelf life, which depends on factors like
heat, impurities and humidity. I haven't come across any studies to
determine stability yet, but there is definitely a limit to the amount of
heat (and duration of adverse conditions) you can apply before break-down of
the molecule, or reaction with other molecules will occur.
On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 6:24 AM, Leon MacDonald <leonmac at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Could anyone tell me the how heat tolerant/resistant the iboga molecule
> Does it tolerate cooking well?
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