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Hey guys I am trying to find out the chemical structure for Aralia Spinosa and so far no luck. I know that some of you are great chemists so maybe someone knows? All I know is that it contains the glucoside, Araliin and it is also know as Prickly Ash or Angelica Tree. Thanks for reading the post.
 

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aralia spinosa is a plant... therefore, there is more than one compound in the plant. i think you can find the structure for aralia fairly easily... but, your question is similar to asking someone for the compound 'human.' its just not happening...
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Yup you are correct but there is one major compound which supposedly is the one responsible for some of the unique properties of the plant, sorry to mislead with the previous post...
 

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why do you want this??
 

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Helping out a friend. Thanks for the replies guys.
 
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