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  1. fyzygy

    Yowies

    There's a Yowie statue in Kilcoy, Qld.
  2. fyzygy

    Alternatives to this place?

    There must be a better alternative than Facebook.
  3. Given your available space, I would install an empty hive box, with frames. Optionally you could add a lure, e.g. a few drops of lemongrass essential oil. If you know a beekeeper, call them. If not, look one up -- most are more than happy to come collect a free swarm. If it's a bee colony that has split and is looking for a new home -- the bees aren't likely to be hostile. That said, be respectful of this wild super-organism.
  4. fyzygy

    Liquid extract - oil

    I thought psilocybin was water-soluble. But if it's possible to infuse water with (fat-soluble) THC, then I don't see why not.
  5. My, that was quick. A big thanks to all the generous folks who offered to grab "only" 2 of these.
  6. fyzygy

    Building a new home for my collection..

    Shadecloth 40%, draped from taller columnar cactus. Would probably do the trick.
  7. fyzygy

    KittyLitter mulch

    I heard there are some potentially nasty diseases (toxoplasmosis?) lurking in feline wastes. Maybe the litter could be sterilised with ultraviolet light, e.g. sunlight? Unused litter might be safe - but even so, I'd want to know the industrial source of the paper, chemicals used in the recycling process, and so on, before consuming anything grown in it. Especially sacred plant medicines.
  8. fyzygy

    Did I trip from drying mugwort wtf

    https://sites.evergreen.edu/plantchemeco/mugwort/ "Mugwort’s strong camphorlike oils, when inhaled, open up chambers of ancient memory within the brain ..." Never tried it myself. Headaches etc. could be an allergic reaction: https://www.verywellhealth.com/mugwort-benefits-side-effects-dosage-and-interactions-4767226
  9. fyzygy

    Matucana Pachanoi seeds and clones

    I'd take these results with a grain of salt. There seems to have been little to no consistency among growing or harvesting conditions. The TJG specimen (for example) was a light-deprived de-graft grown in cultivation: http://www.cactusconservation.org/CCI/botany/Ogunbodede/02.html. Fair enough, but only if all the other samples were similarly constrained. (Presumably, for the purpose of this study, samples were shipped from various parts of the globe, to compete against endemic varieties grown in situ). It seems to me the main limitation of the study is the authors' hypothesis that mescaline alone should suffice to explain patterns of shamanic use. T. scopulicola may well have twice the mescaline content of TBM -- but that does not mean that its psychedelic effects are twice as potent, or that it is twice as likely to be prescribed by a shaman.
  10. fyzygy

    Another Petition for Cannabis Reform to QLD Government

    In Victoria, meanwhile, the state parliament is currently accepting public submissions -- beyond an official cutoff date of 31 August 2020 -- to its Inquiry into Cannabis Use: https://www.parliament.vic.gov.au/974-lsic-lc/inquiry-into-the-use-of-cannabis-in-victoria By default, submissions are not confidential.
  11. fyzygy

    Ogunbodede´s Pachanoi

    If you search "legendary matucana" on eBay, you will currently find an international seller offering something similar, if not identical: "Thought to be the same as the legendary Ogun clone" -- but the listing doesn't state the method of pollination. Could have been crossed with another Matucana variety.
  12. fyzygy

    Tricho?

    Looks like T. peruvianus, but could be a lookalike ...
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