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Salvinorins are a class of organic compounds naturally found in salvia divinorum. They are classified as diterpenoid furanolactones.

Salvinorins are structurally distinct from other naturally occurring tryptamines (such as DMT, psilocybin) because they contain no nitrogen atoms; hence, it is not an alkaloid (and cannot be rendered as a salt), but rather is a terpenoid. It also differs in subjective experience, compared to other hallucinogens, and has been described as dissociative.

List of salvinorin compounds

Name R1 R2 Chemical formula Molar mass CAS NUMBER PubChem
Salvinorin A –OCOCH3 - C23H28O8 Example 83729-01-5 Pubchem
Salvinorin B –OH - C21H26O7 Example 92545-30-7 Pubchem
Salvinorin C OCOCH3 –OCOCH3 C25H30O9 475.29 g·mol−1 385785-99-9 -
Salvinorin D –OCOCH3 –OH Example 432.47 g·mol−1 540770-13-6 -
Salvinorin E –OH –OCOCH3 C23H28O8 432.47 g·mol−1 540770-14-7 -
Salvinorin F –OH –H C21H26O6 374.43 g·mol−1 540770-15-8 -
Salvinorin G =O –OCOCH3 C23H26O8 430.45 g·mol−1 866622-54-0 -
Salvinorin H –OH –OH C21H26O7 390.43 g·mol−1 872004-62-1 -
Salvinorin I - - C21H28O7 392.45 g·mol−1 917951-71-4 -
17α-Salvinorin J - - C23H30O8 434.49 g·mol−1 1157894-83-1 -
17β-Salvinorin J - - C23H30O8 434.49 g·mol−1 1157894-85-3 -



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