I don't have experience with cherry pits, but I found several threads that may be of interest to you:
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Keep in mind that natural/plant-based methods are highly variable because there are more factors to consider.
Off the top of my head:
1. Part of the plant taken - seed, roots, stem, leaves, & flowers all have varying levels of toxins, which also vary by your plant of choice.
2. Age of the sample taken - the older, the less effective.
3. Storage conditions - ties along with #2, most cannot be kept in humid or sunny environments & some need to be refrigerated if not used within a few months.
4. Size of sample taken - plant parts aren't universal in size, so dosage is inconsistent.
5. Plant/human genetics - similar to #4, some species are more poisonous than others & there is very little research in this area to help you optimize. Individual genetics (ie. redheads must consume more) also play a part.
6. Human component - a high pain threshold is more important here than in chemical-based methods because the time to death is long (2hr-48hrs, if you die) & rarely peaceful. Remember, these plants generally have several toxins, not just one.
7. Method of consumption - seeds, for example, have hard shells which delay/prevent absorption. The layman's workaround for this is chewing the seeds, or grinding them up & adding into a strongly flavored dish to mask the undesirable taste. You can also create a tincture, or drug cocktail if you will.
That being said, if you wish to go naturally/without suspicion, I recommend looking into Cerbera odallum
(pong pong). It's nicknamed the suicide tree
for its use in thousands of suicides and homocides. Cerberin
, the toxin, isn't detected by general digoxin testing, only by liquid chromatography + mass spectrometry IF
doctors suspect c. odallum
as a cause of death. Suffice to say, it's mostly undetected in the West unless you leave a trail of evidence. The seeds are cheap on eBay and I have 2 myself. If you're interested, do a search as other members have discussed this method in more depth.