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    Making sense of HBWR

    This reminds me of the work of 69ron. I've read a lot on the topic and I'm yet to be convinced these conversions work. Turbina is far superior in my meagre experience.
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    Making sense of HBWR

    Have you tried turbina corymbosa seeds instead in an acidified cwe?
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    Making sense of HBWR

    OK, 3 fresh seeds were cracked and held under tongue for 15 minutes. I had a few beers including a Belgian duvel a few hours earlier, so there should have been plenty of acetaldehyde in my system, but I had a drop of pure peppermint oil just to be sure. Not sure I buy into the LSA>LSH conversion theory but peppermint is soothing to the stomach and alcohol helps counteract the vasoconstriction so either way, no harm done. After an hour I was starting to feel affected. I had driven for 5 hours earlier in the day and I was very tired, so I laid down in bed with headphones on. I fell asleep straight away. I woke an hour later, quite affected. Some nausea but not too strong, and slight stomach cramps were the only negative effects I noticed. My mind was very quiet and I had CEVs of a fairly simple nature, dull colours. I fell asleep again not long afterwards and woke today feeling pretty good. I might try again sometime when I'm not as tired, maybe try 4 seeds. I don't think I would go much above 4 with this method, I get the impression the side effects ramp up.
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    Making sense of HBWR

    I've just returned from a few days and nights dancing amongst the milky way, and I think I'll give hbwr another go tonight. Might try 3 smashed seeds sublingual with extra enhancement and I'll report back tomorrow.
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    2015 Australian Perpetual Free Trade Thread

    I think that snuff is vanilla toast
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    Cactus of the month year day thread? Which cactus is really shining for you right now?

    This will be Uh-may-Zing! in a few years. ABG "werd" OP.
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    Cactus of the month year day thread? Which cactus is really shining for you right now?

    Dis a wan
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    2015 Australian Perpetual Free Trade Thread

    I'll add a few cactus seeds of my various 2018 oz tricho crosses to the above offers too. Someone messaged me privately about the psychotrias so they'll go to a good home.
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    Going it alone

    That's it man, do what works for you. And the only way to find out what works for you is to dive right in!
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    Creating an Outdoor Patch for Woodlovers or Subs

    Cimi, I don't know that Episcopal would be a good substrate for cubes, but I hope it works for you.
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    Going it alone

    Breakthrough/peak/ecstatic experience is necessary, but sometimes it's hard to bring something back that is useful and meaningful for everyday life. That's mostly my aim these days which is why I tend to shoot for my desired level: taking a step outside the self, but still be able to reflect on my life. If I can't remember my lessons, I find it hard to integrate them. Maybe they're sinking in on a higher dimension...
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    Going it alone

    This may be terrible advice but I say dive in. It's not easy, but it's not meant to be. A truly alone experience is more valuable for self exploration, there's no escape from confronting yourself, however badly you'll want it at times. You need to be reasonably confident of your dosages though. Undershooting your desired level isn't such a problem. Finding yourself waaay out of your psychic depth is likely to be counterproductive if self work is what you want to do. I find the lower levels are much more conducive. Expect weirdness, time dilation is often extreme for me when there's nobody to talk to. Make sure someone knows where you've gone and when you should be back. A fire for company at night is the best friend you'll have on this voyage.
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    Introduction and Collection

    Nice collection, and nice way to bump up your post count! He he.. Welcome aboard.
  14. Bro, did those chips i gave you start spreading?
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    Garden Update 2018

    Looking great guys.
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    [in]soluble fertilizer blues

    Urea is very water soluble, doubt that's the issue. Regarding chloride salts, I would think that's something you'd want to avoid for plants.
  17. Bro, I love your vision. Also, I wouldn't worry too much about the longi hybrids diluting the genes, ime, they add a fantastic quality. Trust me!
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    Quotes of the day.

    We have found a strange foot-print on the shores of the unknown. We have devised profound theories, one after another, to account for its origin. At last, we have suc- ceeded in reconstructing the creature that made the foot- print. And, lo! It is our own.
  19. Acacia Alkaloid profiles tend to be best in hot dry weather ime. Long periods of wet weather and also flowering may reduce some of the desired alkaloids. In saying this, I don't really have any experience with floribunda. The above holds true for obtusifolia and longifolia. But if you already have prunings you've got nothing to lose but time. It's all a learning experience.
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    Creating an Outdoor Patch for Woodlovers or Subs

    You'd want to let some go to spore or water in a good lot of spores yearly to constantly renew it as insurance.
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    2015 Australian Perpetual Free Trade Thread

    Ak, this offer still standing? If not I'll take whatevs. I'll put up two large Psychotria alba plants, currently in ground, I'll dig up when ready. Catch is: this is a pickup only from southern edge of Sydney. Come and say hello....
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    Making sense of HBWR

    I've tried dosing two smashed seeds held under my tongue on two occasions, nothing. Could have been dud seeds, in fact quite likely. I tried to extract 70 seeds and got nothing either.
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    Introducing: "SAINT PAUL"

    Just send him a cactus already!
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    "Shamanic Science" subforum drafts.

    By the way, I love this thread. Let's put the shaman back into shaman-australis. I'll be posting my solstice activities here soon.
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    "Shamanic Science" subforum drafts.

    Shamanism is a method of exploring consciousness, which is multidimensional. Reductive science can explain and interpret "reality" up to a fourth dimension, but even then it struggles. Viewing from a dimension you are enmeshed in poses problems as you can't take an outside or overall view. Shamanism is the exploration of dimensions higher than the fourth, which must be internal. The apparent law is that each successive dimension is perpendicular to the previous. Our language fails at describing these experiences as it is part of the physical dimensions. I'm not sure there is a way around this problem.
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