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Simon’s Psychotria Viridis (Chacruna) Guide

Psychotria viridis is also called chacruna or chacrona, from the Quechuan verb of “to mix”. This name most likely alludes to the traditional use of psychotria viridis.

Psychotria viridis is one of the ingredients used to create ayahuasca. The tradition stems from Amazonia, where shamans of various tribes mixed chacruna and Banisteriopsis caapi to create a brew which induced spiritual visions.

Psychotria viridis belongs to the Rubiaceace family. It is a perennial shrub that grows to the height of 5 meters. Leaves of the plant are about 5-15 centimetres long; this is the part that contains the psychoactive compounds.

Close-up of the Psychotria viridis plant
Psychotria viridis

Effects of the Psychotria viridis:

The main active compound in Psychotria viridis is DMT (dimethyltryptamine). DMT may be smoked by itself, but psychedelic effects of pure DMT are very mild. Psychotria viridis is in itself not active orally.

DMT is a serotonergic psychedelic, which means it achieves its effects by acting as strong partial agonists at the 5-HT2A receptors, elevating serotonin levels.

DMT is usually consumed in combination with a MAO inhibitor. The most commonly – and traditionally – used substance is Banisteriopsis caapi. Ayahuasca is still one of the most commonly used herbal concoctions used to induce psychedelic effects.

Ayahuasca has several physical, cognitive and visual effects. For most users, taking ayahuasca is a spiritual experience. Hallucinations range from colourful geometric patterns to alien lifeforms.

One of the after effects of ayahuasca is an increased sense of mindfulness. This is thought to be the result of a purging of body and soul. Unfortunately, the purging of the body includes extensive vomiting and diarrhea.

 

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Chacruna – legal status

 

Psychotria viridis is legal in most countries, as it is generally not a controlled plant. However, the DMT extracted from the plant is generally a controlled substance, which means extraction and possession of DMT is illegal in most countries.

Most countries not mentioned here have very similar rules as well, but always consult the laws of your individual country before you decide on buying or trying Psychotria viridis

Let’s see a country-by-country breakdown: 

 Psychotria viridis – legal status
 USA DMT is a schedule I controlled substance in the USA. Extraction and possession of DMT is illegal, but psychotria viridis itself is not.
Australia The plant itself is legal, though import and export are not. DMT is a controlled substance.
France France is one of the few countries where not only DMT, but plants containing DMT are controlled substances as well.
 Germany The plant itself is legal, but extraction and possession of DMT is not.
 Italy Psychotria viridis is legal, but DMT is a controlled substance.
 Netherlands The plant itself is legal, but extraction and possession of DMT is not.
 UK “Prepared” versions of plants containing DMT are considered illegal, though the plants themselves are not.

 


Psychotria viridis for sale

 

Psychotria viridis seeds may be bought online, as they are legally sold in several countries. In the UK, for example, seeds, plants and instructions for growing Psychotria viridis as a decorative plant are freely available.

Those looking to experience the psychedelic effects of the Psychotria viridis should buy the leaves or the seeds, as they both contain the psychoactive compounds.

 

Psychotria viridis for sale – US

I can’t personally recommend any US vendors right now.

 

Psychotria viridis for sale – Netherlands

You can buy Psychotria viridis at the following link:

Buy Psychotria viridis (chacruna) /Shipped from the Netherlands./


Ayahuasca made from chacruna

 

The main psychoactive compound in Psychotria viridis is DMT. DMT may be smoked for some very mild psychedelic effects. However, DMT is, in itself, not orally active.

Molecular structure of the DMT
Structure of DMT

This is because the human gut contains monoamine oxidase (MAO) enzymes, which metabolise DMT, negating its effects. The only way to experience the hallucinogenic and other effects of Psychotria viridis is to consume it along with a MAO inhibitor.

The traditionally used MAO inhibitor used with Psychotria viridis is the Banisteriopsis caapi. The brew created from these two plants is called ayahuasca.

Ayahuasca has been used for over a thousand years by Amazonian tribes. The shamans would consume the brew in order to commune with the spirits and to experience visions.

Today there are various versions of the brew including ayahuasca analogues (anahuasca) and pills containing DMT and harmin (MAOI) called pharmahuasca. Still, Psychotria viridis is the traditional and most popular plant to be used for making ayahuasca.

 


 

Psychotria viridis effects

 

The Psychotria viridis has practically no effects when taken orally without a MAO inhibitor. The effects of the plant are, in fact, the effects of DMT unhindered by the MAOs

The most notable effects of the ayahuasca brew (and Psychotria viridis) are of a visual nature. However, there are several other physical and mental effects experienced by users as well.

The onset of the effects of ayahuasca takes about 20-60 minutes. Primary effects can last up to 6 hours, while after effects may be felt for months after consumption.

 

Cognitive effects

Ayahuasca induces a rather sober state compared to other psychedelics. Users report increased mindfulness and wakefulness dominated by abstract thinking and a feeling of unity with the surrounding world.

Ayahuasca causes a suppression of the user’s’ ego and memories to the point of “ego death”. This is accompanied by an increased sense of wonder at otherwise everyday phenomena and a distorted sense of time.

The consumption of Ayahuasca is generally considered a spiritual experience that rejuvenates the mind. Users feel more creative and more in touch with their subconscious.

Some negative mental effects may also occur, including anxiety and paranoia. Many have reported to experience feelings of dying and going insane.

 

Physical effects

Physically, ayahuasca may be considered either a sedative or a stimulant depending on the setting. If the brew is consumed in a calm environment, it relaxes the users further; however, physical exercise or similar aggravation may cause the drug to have stimulating effects.

A very common side-effect of ayahuasca is purging in the form of vomiting and diarrhea. While uncomfortable, this is often considered a beneficial effect, as it is said, that both the mind and the body are purged by the brew.

The traditionally most valued effects of ayahuasca are the visual sensations. Often accompanied by auditory effects as well, hallucinations can range from colourful geometric patterns to alien life forms.

Apart from the full-on immersion, the surrounding world also appears distorted. Colours appear to be shifting; objects may pulse, melt or flow as well as leave after images.

 

After effects

Smaller visual cues may remain for up to 8 hours after the primary effects have subsided. Pupils often remain dilated until the next day.

Consumption of ayahuasca is reported to result in an enhanced state of mind weeks or even months afterwards. Dreams may appear to be unusually vivid and lucid.

 

Sources: PsychonautWikidisregardeverythingisayErowid


 

 

Dangers of Psychotria viridis

 

Some side effects of Psychotria viridis have already been mentioned. Among the most common are nausea, paranoia, feelings of going insane and temporary loss of motor functions.

There are relatively few long-term side-effects associated with ayahuasca. It does not cause physical addiction (bear in mind that psychological addiction is always possible!) and there is no evidence of brain damage caused by the brew.


 

Interactions with Psychotria viridis

 

Psychotria viridis is most commonly consumed along with a MAO inhibitor, generally Banisteriopsis caapi. This allows the DMT in the chacruna to exert its effects. However, MAOIs can be very dangerous in larger quantities, so caution should be exercised.

While ayahuasca is, in itself, considered relatively safe, additional substances can cause serious health issues. Brugmansia is one of many such “additives” that interacts with MAOIs in a negative way.

Cannabis is often consumed along with ayahuasca. There have been no reports of adverse effects on health by this combination. However, the exact interaction of any new ingredients should be researched thoroughly prior to consumption.

 


 

Psychotria viridis health benefits

 

Psychotria viridis has traditionally been used by the Machiguenga people of Peru to treat migraines. To achieve this, they used the leaves of the plant to create eye drops.

Health benefits attributed to ayahuasca are mainly of a spiritual nature as the visions experienced are often transcendental or religious .

The healing properties of ayahuasca have traditionally been traced back to the clairvoyance induced by the brew. In their visionary state, the shaman saw the root of all problems and illnesses.

 


 

Psychotria viridis preparation and consumption

 

Psychotria viridis is generally consumed in the form of ayahuasca, which requires a MAO inhibitor substance as well. The plant generally used in combination with chacruna is Banisteriopsis caapi. This is, in fact, also called ayahuasca, Quechua for “vine of the soul”.

It should be noted that, as several recipes warn, making ayahuasca is not a trivial matter. Very few succeed in making a potent brew on their first try, so there is no need to be discouraged if you don’t experience the desires effects at first.

 

Preparation

Both the B. caapi and the chacruna need to be shredded or pulverised. Put them in separate steel (not aluminum or teflon!) pots with a liter of water and a bit of vinegar. Let it simmer for about 2 hours without boiling.

Filter the two brews separately, then brew without boiling again to reduce the amount of water and increase the concentration. The ingredients separated by the filtering should be set to brewing with vinegar, filtered and reduced two more times (3 washes all in all).

Let both concoctions cool overnight in the fridge. The caapi should be shaken up, though the same is not necessary for the viridis, as the sediment at the bottom is not needed.

Recipe from Ayahuasca-info.

 

Bear in mind that there are several variations of the recipe, this is but a single method. Always be cautious when trying new recipes or added ingredients.

 

Consumption

The B. caapi and the P. viridis may be consumed together, though it is advisable to wait for about 15 minutes between the caapi and the viridis (in this order). Most recipes suggest having a strong chaser at hand, as the taste of the brews can be rather unpleasant.

 


 

Chacruna dosage

 

A dosage of 25 grams of Psychotria viridis is considered low, 50 grams average and 75 grams can lead to very intense effects. The aforementioned recipe suggests 50 grams. 50 grams of the B. caapi should also suffice.

It should be noted that effects of various dosages can vary greatly from person to person. Always be cautious with larger amounts, especially as a first time user!

 


 

Psychotria viridis for sale – US

 

I can’t personally recommend any US vendors right now.

 

Psychotria viridis for sale – Netherlands

 

You can buy Psychotria viridis at the following link:

Buy Psychotria viridis (chacruna) /Shipped from the Netherlands./

 


 

Psychotria viridis trip reports

 

“I lay down and started my submerge into unfamiliar territory. A lot happened during the next two and a half hours. At first my body felt heavy, kind of sedated, apparently an effect of harmine also noted by other researchers. My first contact with the DMT space consisted of a meeting with some space-alien like beings, who brought me into a Giger-esque universe.

I asked for more, knowing I could handle it, and the experience accelerated. Gone were the aliens and I dissolved into a seemingly endless space of swirling colours, intricate patterns, filled with a loud, whining noise, which filled my whole sensory apparatus.

I noticed some rather severe nausea which connected me back to my body. It took me a while to accept vomiting as a feasible solution, owing to my limited body awareness. But when it came, it felt purifying and relieving. The vomiting concluded the very intense part of the trip; I relaxed and let the effect of the ayahuasca fade, while contemplating the unbelievable luck I am in, to be granted a glimspe of these realms of vision, of beauty and energy. I felt that by doing so, I connected with the ancient human tradition of entering these strange dimensions. “

– Excerpts from Big Rass’ ayahuasca trip report

“The visual hallucinations began in about 20 minutes. Patterns emerging from the walls. When I closed my eyes I felt as though I was traveling deeper into myself. If I payed attention to the outside world the effects would lesson, I heard a voice telling me to just let go of the outside world. I did and the deeper I traveled into myself the more ‘entities’ I would encounter, I met many entities who claimed to be part of myself, I saw myself as a machine and they where the operators. They gave me suggestions about how to run more smoothly.

At one point I saw the widely spoken of, ‘knomes’ they where pushing a crank, and they all looked very depressed and walked very slowly. My current visionary guide, who had the personality of a gangster and much style and attitude, told me that the machine was broken and not running properly. I came out of the trip with a better understanding of myself. I don’t believe I ever left myself though. I was hoping that i would travel to remote places but most of the travel was restricted to my own body.”

– Excerpts from Alcaloidaholic’s ayahuasca trip report

 

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Last updated: 2015. 11. 13.

Simon’s Ayahuasca Guide

Ayahuasca (a.k.a yage, ayawaska) is mixture of a MAOI inhibitor containing plant and a DMT containing plant (usually Psychotria viridis and Banisteriopsis caapi). DMT containing and MAOI inhibitor containing plants are synergistic and for a full-blown Ayahuasca trip you need to have them both in the mixture.

/Although you might get some of the effects if you ingest the DMT containing plant material in itself, for a full blown Ayahuasca trip they need to be consumed together and prepared according to the recipe below./

Traditional ayahuasca ingredients are:

  • Banisteriopsis caapi
  • Psychotria viridis (is often substituted with Syrian rue if psychotria is unavailable)
  • Mimosa hostilis

 

Ayahuasca effects

 

Ayahuasca is often attributed with creating the most profound of psychedelic experiences.

The finished brew contains powerful hallucinogenic alkaloids (not just DMT, see below).

During the psychedelic experience the most affected sense is vision (open and closed-eye visuals).

Ayahuasca users describe their experiences as:

  • prophetic,
  • profound,
  • visionary,
  • spiritual,
  • and healing.

Ayahausca has a strong body load as well, the brew causes strong nausea and/or diarrhea shortly after ingestion.

As with every psychedelic, bad trips are possible.

Depending on the dosage and method of preparation an ayahusaca trip can last 8 hours or more.

 

Interesting fact about ayahuasca: the Ayahuasca brew contains the second strongest naturally occurring hallucinogenics.

Only salvanorin, the main active ingredient of Salvia is stronger gram by gram, but the high from salvinorin is much shorter.

 

On the picture you can see ayahuasca tea being prepared. The pot of yage contains Banisteriopsis caapi and Psychotria viridis, the traditional ingredients of ayahuasca. You can read the full ayahuasca recipe under the picture.
Preaparing ayahuasca tea in an ayahuasca retreat.

 

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Ayahuasca retreat

 

Ayahuasca originates from Amazonian tribes, where it has been used by shamans for spiritual purposes for thousand of years.

The modern world rediscovered the rich ethnobotanical tradition of ayahuasca. In South America investors have teamed up with shamans in the Amazon rain-forest regions, creating ayahuasca healing retreats.

Visiting an ayahuasca retreat is believed to help alleviate (or even cure) a variety of mental and physical illnesses and it said to allow participants to communicate with the spirit world.

Some reports and scientific studies affirm that ritualized use of Ayahuasca may improve mental and physical health.

Source: New Scientist – Psychedelic medicine: Mind bending, health giving

 

Ayahuasca – legal status

 

Ayahuasca is a natural mixture of DMT containing plants, therefore it appears to be exempt from the international laws governing synthetic DMT and DMT extracts, which are controlled substances.

No plants (natural materials) containing DMT are at present controlled under the 1971 Convention on Psychotropic Substances. Consequently, preparations (e.g. decoctions) made of these plants, including ayahuasca are not under international control and, therefore, not subject to any of the articles of the 1971 Convention.
-Source: Erowid UN FAX

 

USA – Ayahuasca plants and preparations are legal, as they contain no scheduled chemicals.
However, brews made using DMT containing plants are illegal since DMT is a Schedule I drug.

Canada – Harmalin congaing plants are illegal in Canada therefore Ayahuasca is also illegal. However ayahuasca use is tolerated and not actively prosecuted according to internet testimonials.

France – It’s illegal, both the finished brew and the ingredients as well.

UK –The brew is illegal but the ingredients are not.

 

Ayhuasca is known to be legal in the following countries:

  • Brazil
  • Netherlands

 

Countries not included have no reliable information available on the legal status of ayahuasca online in English.

Ayahuasca according to internet testimonials and reviews and blog posts appears to be not controlled in most countries, due to its obscurity. However, no official sources deny or confirm this.

 

If you have information (with sources) about the legal status of Ayahuasca in a country not included please help and let me know in the comments section below.

 

Buy Ayahuasca

You can not legally purchased prepared DMT-containing ayahuasca (beware of scams) but you can buy the ingredients needed.

Buy Banisteriopsis caapi, Psychotria viridis, Syrian rue in the US

You can buy ayahuasca ingredients in the US at the following pages:
/Preparing ayhuasca is illegal in the US and the finished brew is considered a controlled substance, but the ingredients listed below are legal to buy and sell./

Ingredients:

If the ingredients are not available above you might still be able to find them at a European vendor (see below).

Buy Banisteriopsis caapi, Psychotria viridis, Syrian rue in the Netherlands

You can buy all the necessary ingredients to prepare ayahuasca in the Netherlands at the following page:

Buy ayahuasca, ayahuasca ingredients /shipped from the Netherlands/

 


 

Ayahuasca active ingredients

 

The main active ingredients of ayahuasca are:

  • DMT
  • any MAOI inhibitor
  • tetrahydroharmine
  • harmine
  • harmaline

And many other alkaloids found in the ingredients contribute to the Ayahuasca trip. However, these alkaloids are not well researched.

If you ingest DMT containing plants orally, most of the DMT will be broken down by your body before it can do anything. This is where MAOI inhibitors come in.

Monoamine oxidase inhibitors interfere wit the MAO enzyme, which stops the breakdown of DMT (and it also inhibits the breakdown of poisons and many drugs, please be aware of side effects, do not take MAOI with any medication).

 

Ayahuasca effects

 

Most of the effects of ayahuasca come from DMT. DMT is arguably the most powerful naturally occurring psychedelic and the second most powerful hallucinogenic.

It is described as a substance that creates the most profound of all psychedelic experiences.

On a psychological level, the ayahuasca brew amplifies all feelings and perceptions making the experience of thinking, self-reflection, reaction and belief more vivid and intense. This is often reffered to as the “ayahuasca effect”.

The most common anecdotal reports from use of the tea are of profound psychological and spiritual healing, accompanied by personal insight and integration. It is often reported that the tea breaks even profound depressive episodes in a single use.

During the psychedelic experience the most affected sense is vision.

Ayahuasca users describe their experiences as having long sequences of dream-like imagery. This can be translated to manifestations of spirit helpers, demons and deities, geometrical pattern and tigers, birds and reptiles.

After ingesting ayhuasca, people often believe that they can see events at a great distance, experience sensations of flying and even death.

 

Ayahausca causes strong nausea and/or diarrhea shortly after ingestion.

 

Health benefits of ayahuasca

 

Apart from the well-established therapeutical effects (see above, at ayahuasca retreat) ayahuasca confers additional health benefits.

Apart from depression, it also treat hopelessness, anxiety and panic.

Source: Researchgate – Effects of Ayahuasca on Psychometric Measures of Anxiety, Panic-Like and Hopelessness in Santo Daime Members

 

Dangers of ayahuasca

 

Ayahuasca contains MAOI inhibitors, so the usual precautions must be taken.

Ayahuasca should not be consumed by diabetics, people with high blood pressure.

As with all psychedelics, a bad trip is possible.

Apart from this ayahuasca is non-addictive and not very harmful if not taken in excess.

 

 

Ayahuasca tea dosage and preparation

 

The following is the recommended dosage of ayahuasca containing Mimosa hostilis and Syrian rue.

Mimosa hostilis: If pure root bark is used then 8 grams finely ground to a powder or stringy fiber is sufficient. If some of the root is mixed with the bark, then adjust the dosage to 12 grams.

Syrian rue: 3 grams finely powdered via grinder or mortar and pestle. The seeds are difficult to grind and much effort is needed. The finer the powder the better.

Preparation:

  • Distilled water treated with the juice of a lemon and 250 mg of crushed ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) is sufficient to produce an acidic aqueous solution.
  • Place the bark and seed powder in a small stainless steel pot and bring to a low boil (barely 100 degrees C) over an open fire or a hot stove
  • Stir the brew frequently and allow to boil for about 20 minutes. More prepared acidic water should be added as needed to keep the liquid from completely boiling off.
  • Then decant the brew and strain through a fine wire mesh. Coffee filters are too fine, but cheesecloth, panty hose, or ‘permanent coffee filters’ work well.
  • Press the mush and try to squeeze out as much liquid as possible. This can be accomplished with cheesecloth or an old fashioned rag, like a cloth diaper.
  • Boil the mush again in the prepared water and repeat the process for a total of three times.
  • Combine the liquids and slowly simmer to a reasonable, drinkable amount.

Some prefer to sip slowly, others to down the beverage as quickly as possible.

The slow sipping probably reduces nausea although it prolongs the onset and lessens the intensity.

Source: Erowid Ayahuasca cookbook

 

The following is an ayahuasca recipe using Mimisa hostilis and Banisteriopsis caapi.

Ayahuasca preparation video tutorial

 

This is a simple ayahuasca recipe with good results. You will be needing mimosa and caapi.

Materials you will need:

  • 3-4 Pots
  • measuring cup
  • vinegar
  • mimosa hostilis
  • banisteriopsis caapi
  • a whole lot of time ( 5-10 hours)

The amount that is used in the video tutorial:

  • vinegar (60mL x 3) = 180mL in total
  • mimosa hostilis shredded= 160 grams
  • Caapi resin= 150 grams of
  • water (3L x 3) = 9 Liter total

 

Ayahuasca tea preparation, step by step:

  1. Put 3 liter of water in a pot. Let the water cook to 80% before boiling. Then turn it down to medium heat.
  2. Put 60 ml vinegar apple or a white vinegar one (better if organic), but regular vinegar works just as good.
  3. Put the plant material, mimosa hostilis, inside the water.
  4. Mix all vinegar, mimosa, and water. Stir. Make sure that it is not boiling. You want it warm/hot. Cook it for 3 hours.
  5. Turn off the stove, and let it get a little bit cooler and then filter all the liquid. Use coffee filter/hand towel. Press the materials till you can’t get any more liquid out.
  6. Put the liquid and the left-over mimosa in different pots. Save both of them. Leave the liquid on the side (we need it) I want to point out that you will not have 3L of mimosa as some of the water is evaporated. this is okay.
  7. Take the leftover mimosa from the blanket/filter. Put it again in 3 liters water and put 60 mL of vinegar. Basically, doing step 1 – 6 again.
  8. Repeat step 7.
  9. Put all 3 pots of mimosa liquid together. Now you can throw away the solid shredded mimosa.
  10. Cook it till you have around 1.5 liters. Slow cooking it to make it more concentrated.
  11. Take the 1.5 liter and put it in the fridge to let it cool down overnight.
  12. Next day filter again the liquid and put the residual materials in the trash, and warm the liquid again on the stove.
  13. Put in 150 grams of resin. Stir and mix it for 15-30 minutes or until it completely dissolves.
  14. You should have around 1 liter left.

 

Buy Ayahuasca

You can not legally purchased prepared DMT-containing ayahuasca (beware of scams) but you can buy the ingredients needed.

Buy Banisteriopsis caapi, Psychotria viridis, Syrian rue in the US

 

Buy Banisteriopsis caapi, Psychotria viridis, Syrian rue in the Netherlands

You can buy all the necessary ingredients to prepare ayahuasca in the Netherlands at the following page:

Buy ayahuasca ingredients /shipped from the Netherlands/

 

Ayahuasca trip reports

 

The following are trip reports of people who drank ayahuasca and shared the experience.

“It was very hard keeping my eyes opened, I couldn´t really stare at things, too much light even if it was night, so I kept them shut most of the time. There were layers and layers and layers of some impressive dynamic colourful material. Light emanated from every part, a light that contained all knowledge existing.

And then I saw them. There were beings, they were all looking over me. They were very advanced, dynamic, colourful but half-transparent, so I couldn´t really delineate where one ended and where another began. I started feeling a certain energy knot in my stomach, and they were looking at it. I noticed the knot slowly coming up, and I saw that it was the beings bringing this knot up. I felt like I wanted to vomit that knot to get it over with.. but no, you really think it´s that easy? It was going slooooowly up, and I saw those beings ´operating´ me. It wasn´t scary, it wasn´t as if I was abducted by aliens or something. It was beings of light I saw with my eyes closed and I felt they wanted only good. “

Source: Erowid – Ayahuasca  – Trip report

A fox screamed in the night and my dog began whimpering in her sleep. a dark energy filled the space and i instinctively blew the bad energy away. it worked and the fire relit at the same moment. which was cool!. it was in this stage that i was keenly aware that i could heal things and manipulate the spirit energy in everything. it was like the energy had become solid and could reach out and mold it.

i watched the patterns once more as the effects began to wear off. three and half hours after i first drunk i made myself some boiled vegetables and plain pasta and began to sort out what had just happened.

all in all. it was a very educational and enjoyable experience.

Source: Neurosoup – Ayahuasca – Trip report

 

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Ayahuasca is only one of the legal highs included in Simon’s legal high guide, check out the others as well.

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Last updated: 2015. 11. 09.