Originally Posted by 69Ron
Hyoscyamine seems to have more effects on the body, and doesn't hit the mind so hard as scopolamine can.
can attest to, at least, the latter part of this. Scopolamine causes a phenomenal
degree of anterograde amnesia, aswell as making one feel "stupid"
. That is to say, aswell as suffering obvious mental/intellectual impairment, one is less able to commit memories while under the effect of the toxin.
On the whole, SWIM would reiterate, pure scopolamine lacks almost all
the "desirable" effects of the solanaceous plants, while still comprising all the body-load.
As to the theory that Hyoscyamine has a heavier body-load, SWIM could not attest for or against, having only experienced the more interesting tropane alkaloids
through imbibing, or smoking, plant matter.