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    Qi Gong & Tai Chi Chaun. Drug law reform. Lady Ma, Pans and Cubes. BJJ.

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    Liquid extract - oil

    I've heard of it being done into alcohol, to a kind of 1 gram = 1 ml ratio of potency. Rumours of course.
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    Harvesting caapi?

    Has anyone ever came across any references to the use of mushrooms as the DMT source in a brew? Or is psilocin not strict enough as a DMT/viridis/acacia substitute? I've seen much about the mushroom/rue psilohuasca mix, but not with the vine...
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    Bracing for the US election...

    The only things you can control are the things you can control. So aim to control that which you can. Not trying to be cryptic. Look after yourself mate. Peace, RC
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    Meet Up: Sunshine Coast

    Maybe just before Chrissy? Pretty hectic at the moment, but once the dust settles I reckon we can wrangle up some crew for a pow wow.
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    Quotes of the day.

    There is no normal. Normal is just what you are used to.
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    australias original languages

    Pascoe's Dark Emu, referring to the astronomical emu form has a follow up book, Young Dark Emu, for the younger audience. Here's a link to some Sunny Coast Gubbi Gubbi mate: https://gubbigubbidyungungoo.com/gubbi-gubbi-language/ Enjoy!
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    Harvesting caapi?

    I would've assumed there to be a variable distribution, as in the leaves to bark ratio. Any study can't be even close to definitive because of the real world variables that affect alkaloid production in any plant. Take a vine from the jungle and compare it to a backyard homegrown vine and I wouldn't be surprised to see dramatic differences across all plant matter, including roots. Hooj guess of course
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    Youtube vids

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    What TV series would you recommend as a much watch?

    If you ever watched The Karate Kid a bazillion times like me you might've thought Cobra Kai the series might not be the best. Turns out I gobbled that shit up, cackling along for 2 seasons and I'm hanging for the 3rd. Not everyone's cuppa I would wager. The Boys is also not bad for an over the top antithesis of the Disney Marvel universe, particularly if you always wondered whether being a superhero automatically made you a moral human being... 2 seasons in with a 3rd to come, and hour long episodes to boot!
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    Harvesting caapi?

    ^Indeed! Now let's just say someone had some Nexus psychotria as well. What kind of ratio of vine to psyc is a common admixture?
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    Harvesting caapi?

    Ah Glaukus, thank you for your wise counsel. Exactly the type of info I was after. My vine has gone bonkers and needs a definite cut back before it completely absorbs my guava.
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    Drug Trends Jurisdictional Reports

    Cool man! Interesting stuff!
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    Harvesting caapi?

    Hi all, I have some questions around the harvesting of banesteriopsis caapi vine. What is the process involved in harvesting the vine? Do people only cut it back so far? Is the material then dried? If so how? What thickness is a go/no go? Do people generally keep leaves and all, or just vine? Any info around this would be greatly illuminating. Cheers, RC
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    Another Petition for Cannabis Reform to QLD Government

    Great! Yeah, all submissions are protected by parliamentary privilege, so you can't be prosecuted for anything you say. I know a few peeps around here who have presented to similar Inquiries, with no dramas, but with their voices heard
  15. Remember the petition you signed regarding changing cannabis laws in QLD? The one that ended up with almost 15 000 sigs? If you don't that's probably because the QLD government basically said "Cool story bro, now fuck off. That's a hard no!" Sounds legit? Perhaps not, which is why there is another petition underway, this time instigated by Debra Lynch of the LCQ party (Legalise Cannabis Queensland). In 2 weeks it already has almost 8 000 sigs. You can sign the petition here: https://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/work-of-assembly/petitions/petition-details?id=3411 It states: Queensland residents draws to the attention of the House: The objective of the Drugs Misuse Acts is to target drug-traffickers, however over 90% of cannabis arrests are patients, carers and other consumers, adversely impacting their wellbeing, employment, education and travel; and that "medicinal cannabis" laws have failed patients, as witnessed in Senate inquiry into the Barriers to Medical Cannabis. The inquiry recommendations directed toward the States, have not yet been acknowledged or actioned by the Queensland Parliament. Your petitioners, therefore, request the House to address these injustices by amending laws to ensure consumers have safe access to cannabis via: an immediate moratorium on arrests for personal use; the removal of restrictions on the cultivation/production, possession and supply of cannabis plants, cannabis, cannabinoids via amendments to Drugs Misuse Regulations 1987, Schedules 2 and 3; and the Health {Drugs and Poisons) Regulation 1996, 270A; the making of new regulations to allow consumers to cultivate six plants in flower at any one time and possess cannabis, upon the person accepting all risks and responsibilities for usage and storage of their cannabis; a two year trial, to be undertaken to assess the outcomes of decriminalising cannabis including harms or benefits of a licensed, taxed supply chain with home grow option; and the establishment of an independent body inclusive of all stakeholders, responsible for overseeing all aspects of regulating cannabis and hemp, including issuing licences for microbusinesses and non-profit organisations to produce affordable cannabis for local supply within Queensland. Get into it!