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  1. 8 points
    Detail. Stuck.
  2. 7 points
    https://www.sciencealert.com/a-native-american-shaman-s-bag-from-1-000-years-ago-contained-multiple-psychotropics
  3. 7 points
  4. 6 points
    https://edition-m.cnn.com/2019/05/08/us/denver-magic-mushrooms-approved-trnd/index.html Amazing news. Time to write to your local politician? Lol
  5. 5 points
    Yeah mate, even if it's not anthropomorphic, taking a look in mirror can only be good for us in the long run. Personally I think our economic system is the culprit. Unfortunately not an easy fix. The only really viable alternative, dosn't seem to work in practice. At least not when it has to compete with capitalism. Maybe all we need is a cap on wealth. Most of the large scale damage seems to be for no other reason than so, obscenely rich people, can get even richer.
  6. 5 points
    I am a participant in a microdosing study that was launched last year that ties into the launch of the Centre for Psychedelic Research they've kicked off this year. Worth a look: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/news/190994/imperial-launches-worlds-first-centre-psychedelics/ Fringe goes mainstream. Still unsure whether this is going to be of great benefit, little benefit or none to the perception of psychedelics and their place in modern society, but the convo is definitely rolling on!
  7. 5 points
    Gotta go and hear Col Hawk speak fo sho! I'm sure everyone else is staunch as well though.
  8. 4 points
    Don't miss the next Australian Psychedelic Society-Sydney event - it's going to be a good one It is our pleasure to present the eruditely-outspoken David Nickles as well as several local speakers (a couple some of you may recognise from here). The afternoon will be focussed on DMT, Ayahuasca and how psychedelics in general fit into our cultural focus on DMT, Ayahuasca and how psychedelics intersect with modern Western sociocultural, political and economic contexts. Visit the Facebook page to let us know your interested a/or going: https://www.facebook.com/events/2011842615788038/?active_tab=about Sunday 19th May 2019 from 14:00-18:00 Mothership Studios, 18 Sydney street, Marrickville Tickets $25
  9. 4 points
    Many days have passed with no takers so in the hopes of getting this going again I'd like withdraw my previous offer and replace it with these 5 cacti. I am uncertain as to what each of them are but they were all gifts from various SAB members. If you'd like anything from my previous offer just let me know and I'd be happy to add it to the care package. My sincerest apologies for slowing down the Free Trade Thread. Love & Light ∞
  10. 4 points
    My absolute go to song for psychedelics, got it on vinyl and it melts my head.
  11. 4 points
    Any of the Newcastle crew still around & how did @Horus go with his bionic upgrades? Also, I've got a bunch of cactus I need gone, someone can have it for a few beers. I'd prefer someone I know
  12. 3 points
    Been doing a bit of art lately, am finding it fairly therapeutic and thought I would share some and start a thread for anyone wanting to share : )
  13. 3 points
    https://www.msn.com/en-au/money/markets/legal-cannabis-could-earn-dollar1b-tax-revenue-and-create-250000-jobs/ar-AAASHJ1?li=AAgfOd8&ocid=mailsignout The evolution of Cannabis from a demon drug destroying lives, to a valuable medicine to a possible future stalwart performer in the economy. If it takes something like those in power to realize they can profit substantially more from legalization than prohibition in order to remove the stigma and dispel untruths associated with Cannabis, then perhaps this is a good thing. I still have reservations that it is essentially greed driving the changes, but this ride is gaining speed. Time will tell. https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/qld/medicinal-cannabis/ If it's acceptable for the government to take over from the "criminal element" and make the $$$, then this is one area in need of work....
  14. 3 points
    I have been up north helping on Mardi Grass and have run into around 10 plant head heading down next weekend. So good to catch up, but looking to make it two weekends in a row haning out. I am very much looking forward to next weeks gathering and seeing many more folk. See you there ;-)
  15. 3 points
    Hey Sal, I am brand new, seriously transformed, Id like to get up for a catch up, `and check out your surplus cactus.
  16. 3 points
    Defqon will most likely be called something else if qdance decide to put on an event this year. Its very questionable.... & will poss not be in Penrith from what i presently know. but who knows! I know the organisers well & have built stages for it for the past 5 years. Weve been building giant robots in their warehouse for vivid in sydney. If you go to vivid make sure you check out Darling harbour.... Its going to look pretty good. Robots mining trash & turning it into new life......
  17. 2 points
    Hi all, I got directed here by the fine EGA folks. Looking forward to learning more about fungi and their cultivation from all the posts already here - as far as is possible in this stupid fucking police state of a country, Australia, anyway. Like I think I commented somewhere else, it was Mr Stamets who blew my mind open with his discussion on Joe Rogan a year or so ago. Learning about that, along with all the new stuff we know about forests and how trees interact and cooperate with each other, has made me fall in love with the earth all over again. I feel like we are at the end of one story with its shitty exploitative bullshit and st the beginning of a better story, as Charles Eisenstein says, a new/old story of connection and sensible but luscious, non-moron-capitalism living. I don't know what else to say, it being 3.53am here and all and me being brainfogged at the best of times, so I guess this limp excuse for an intro shall have to suffice
  18. 2 points
    My take on good sleep is that it is like most things in life, it takes some practice and consistent routine. A lot of exercise early in the day always helps. I can't stand any light at all, it really disrupts my sleep. I wear an eye mask, I've just upgraded to the best one ever. It's made by Manta sleep. It has adjustable eye pods that you can over on the band to get exactly the right spacing. Makes a huge difference. Any amount of alcohol makes my sleep worse. Weed puts me into a deep sleep but I don't dream. I often find a small amount of starchy carbs just before bed makes me sleep really well. The main thing I notice is that if I stay in a consistent pattern of trying to wind down before bed, and keep to a routine, my sleep is great. It's nothing new.
  19. 2 points
    Things are getting cooler down here so I bought cacti in to winter in the pickers hut. Its my regular evening haunt so Im getting to hang out with them more. Entrancing!
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  21. 2 points
    Hopefully my spores will be ready in time!
  22. 2 points
    Here's my set from Rabbits Eat Lettuce...
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  24. 2 points
    Australia's bullshit medical cannabis access getting you down? Try the 'Thailand Twist'. All the cool kids are doin it: https://www.watoday.com.au/national/western-australia/the-thailand-twist-how-a-wa-man-believes-he-can-secure-legal-medical-cannabis-year-round-20190418-p51fgc.html West Australian man Jim Plamondon claims to have found a loophole to legally import medicinal cannabis into Australia. The former Busselton resident said he used the Therapeutic Goods Administration Traveller's Exemption to bypass Australian bureaucracy, and claims to be the first Australian to have succeeded at the feat.
  25. 2 points
    Taken! My offer is a seed pack containing: Phalaris arundinacea cv. Green - Reed Canarygrass Peganum harmala - Syrian Rue Datura stramonium - Moon Flower Acacia burkittii - Burkitt's Wattle Acacia floribunda - Weeping Acacia Acacia victoriae - Gundabluie Acacia colei - Cole's Wattle Acacia concurrens - Black Wattle Acacia maidenii - Maiden's wattle Plus a live plant pack containing: Sceletium tortuosum - Kanna (bare rooted plant) Melissa officinalis - Lemon Balm (bare rooted plant) Kalanchoe thyrsiflora - Flapjack (unrooted cutting / healed cut) Rubus ulmifolius - Wild Blackberry (unrooted cutting) Love & Light ∞
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