Okay, so let's say I've got some precription meds containing (more or less, vyvance) d-amp laying around. I already know that I can use some enzyme suppliments containing trypsin at about 4:1 to the vyvanse (e.g. 70mg vyvanse combines with ~300mg trypsin). First question: will the other enzymes present in the supplements interfere with the chemical process? Should I denature before attempting an a/b extraction?
Okay, second, let's say I successfully convert to d-amp. What is a good, simple a/b extraction? On hand I have lye, xylene, acetone, citric acid, and could easily get hcl. Are these solvents, acids, and bases sufficient? Or should I do my best to obtain methylene chloride for the non-polar solvent? Also, what steps should I use? First I should acidify, down to about a ph of 3-4, correct? Then I should mix and extract the non-polar layer and mix with an aqueous basic solution of about 13-14, correct? Then should I find a means to combine with HCL so I end up with a salt and not a freebase? I'd really like to do this because I don't always need 12 hours of stim and it would be nice to administer d-amp as I see fit, so I could take something at 5 and be done by midnight.