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1st Passiflora incarnata flower

Such a beautiful sight, one of the most intricate flowers I've seen in person

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I Love these plants. I have about 10 incarnata growing up the fence row over here :) 

 

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I haven't tried it yet but I'm definitely planning to, how much do you use per cup?

Any experience combining leaves with shrooms, dmt or other tryptamines?

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edulis is a great smoke blend ingredient (and tea) so i should imagine this one is even better probably - edulis smoke tastes like the fruit and is really calming , wouldn;t operate machinery on it 1st 2 times or so (a bit dizzying ) and it can be overdone with edulis leaf in my exp' but dry flower was easier to have more ... so maybe with incarnata possibly too? or perhaps not, let us know if you samp' it as a smoke blend ingredient I'd love to know if it's also nice 

 

make sure cracker dry ? i think i was told to do that because of some sorta cyano.....something releasing if wet and crushed? i forgot the finer det's lol , at least for now

 

 

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I didn't know we could talk about Bio-essaying materials on here? If so yes incarnate is a great smoke too. the teas will give you a good chill but the smoke (if you smoke a jay or so of it) will amp it up much more :P 

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Ok that's good to know. It's the only reason I said it's a good tea with German Chamomile since chamomile is more for taste with a light calming boost. I'll keep that rule in mind from now on. Is there an area of the forum where you can speak of bio essaying materials in an educational manner and to help keep others from taking things way to far in their own experiments?

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The phrasing of the rule is something like "no incriminating yourself or others" - pretty straightforward. You can also link to scientific papers & similar where they are discussing interesting things like alkaloid profiles of plants, pharmacological activity of compounds, etc, etc.

 

The exception is talking about the alkaloid content of cactus - there is a real "zero tolerance" policy on that, which the moderator Evil Genius commented on recently if you are interested in the reasoning: (link)

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I dunno man - I've seen posts pulled for just having the word "mescaline" in them - even in the context of "this cactus does not contain mescaline" - so I can't keep track, I just stay out of it all now. I would've said you were asking a legit biology question, but like I said I've seen posts removed for less.

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