MeanGreen

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  1. Great idea Gimli! I would add: Bridgesii: TBM TBMC Variegated TBMC Brad Helen Pachanoi: Juul's Giant Ogunbodede Landfill Oscar Peruvianus: Gawler MT05 / Chavin
  2. 6g of kratom and a nice joint will put most people to sleep pretty quick. Agitated, vivid dreaming sleep, but sleep all the same. Certainly don't recommend it everynight though.
  3. I've had 100% success on about a dozen cuttings so far using an aeroponic cloner and some IBA (clonex). If I understood right you say your trees are blooming? If they set seeds that's a great way to go for propagation. I envy you if you live somewhere Mitragyna grows wild. Here's a successful tray of clones I took from ~5 months old seedlings: PS: If you are the kadakuda from kada's garden I just want to say thank you, wish you site was still up and god bless thewaybackmachine
  4. Gorgeous little spiny beast
  5. #1 & 3 definitely looks like Alba to me, the long petiole and wavy margins are a couple factors. #2 Could be viridis, not sure. Please take a look at the undersides of the leaves and look for weird vein growth like on this 1st pic: It's not always visible on every leaves but viridis usually does that. Here's a couple alba leaves in comparison: And another type of viridis, var. narrow leaf:
  6. Thanks for sharing. I've never sleepwalked as far as I know. That pisswalking problem sounds aweful, and hilarious at the same time, not gonna lie haha. Do you remember any of it when you wake up, or qny of the dreams you had while this happened? I read many similar reports about seeing someone in the room who is supposedly there to harm you, fortunately this hasn't happened to me. I almost always fall asleep with a youtube video on, I often put on any random Terence McKenna talk just for that purpose, I find his voice and tone sort of hypnotic. And when I get sleep paralysis I can clearly hear the talk, this has allowed me to roughly time the duration of my paralysis by remembering the first sentence I hear when in SP and rewinding when I snap out of it. I have used and abused many prescription and illicit opiates but this had never happened to me before kratom, I really think one of the many minor alkaloids in it acts on sleep in a weird way.
  7. That's a very fair point about this being a shortcut, and I think it's also why it's so scary for the people who have this happen spontaneously without working towards it. I mean if you worked for month to try and achieve sleep paralysis, when you finally succeed the feeling would probably be more of joy and astonishment than fear. That's why I intend on learning more about this, I bypassed the first step but I'm willing to work for the next one.
  8. Thank you, it's good to know I'm not the only one this happens to. I will definitely post some updates whenever it happens, I had one this morning waking-up which is what prompted me to create this thread. I do get somewhat proper sleep, at least in terms of hours, but sleep on opioids in general is not as restful. Since I work from home I often take naps and I feel like this might contribute to the paralysis, like it messes-up my circadian rhythm or something. Either way I honestly do not want it to stop at all, I hope to take advantage of the situation by grabbing my balls with both hands and train myself to resist the urge of waking up. First off there's this sound, that goes up and up and louder and louder, it has to reach some sort of climax at one point I feel like. What happens then? Probably my head imploding, but you never know haha. And then there's this astral projection thing which is really interesting to me. I literally just found out about Robert Monroe, and it's freaky how much his accounts of sleep paralysis and OOBE match what I experience: http://www.lucid-mind-center.com/robert-monroe-out-of-body.html I'm very intrigued by this state, and hey, who doesn't like free, natural, endogenous and surprise psychedelic experiences that you're able to snap out of at will?
  9. Since the past 5 or 6 months I have been experiencing extremely frequent sleep paralysis, sometimes more than 5 times in a single day. And at least 3 or 4 times a week. I am almost certain kratom plays a big part in that, and on dreaming in general. I have been using kratom daily for over a year, following 8 years of heroin then methadone addictions. I am also a very heavy cannabis user, and prior to using kratom I absolutely never ever would remember any of my dreams. When I began using kratom I started having extremely vivid dreams several times a night and was able to recall them very well when I woke up. I even kept a journal for a while. About 6 months ago is when I was at the peak of my daily intake, at around 35g a day. I have since managed to taper down to about half that. This was when the sleep paralysis started happening. I also had a shitty sleep schedule at the time and had one of the best batches of sedative kratom I ever found, a red "Bentuangie". Most of the time it happens while I'm nodding/falling asleep, and always while on my back. I get this sort of electrical surge throughout my body sort of akin to extreme fear/startlement but not really, a buzzing sound in the ears which amplifies and amplifies, and this feeling of falling a bit similar to nitrous oxide. It is extremely powerful. I am completely unable to move, appart from slight finger movement when trying to move my arms, opening my eyes and gasping/breathing loudly when trying to produce any kind of sound. I can clearly hear myself gasping and I feel very much awake and conscious when this happens. It usually lasts about 15-30sec if I try very hard to make it stop. At first it would last only a split second and the adrenalin from not knowing what was happening woke me up immediately, but I would get it like 5 times in a row when trying to fall asleep, spaced by a few minutes. This was completely new to me at first and I was very worried it was some sort of neurological issue until I identified what it was. I do not get the paranoid hallucinations that some people report, like feeling a presence in the room or feeling someone is pinning you down and choking you. The interesting thing though, is that I have been able to do slight decorporations/astral projections/whatever you want to call it while in that state, if I try to not wake myself up and let the experience happen. Which is pretty difficult because the experience is so strong and overwhelming and really makes you panic no matter what. But for example, I clearly remember feeling like I was being pulled by my right leg in an upwards diagonal direction, and definitely feeling my whole body slide along with it. I also had my eyes open and the room was exactly my room. At this point I was too overwhelmed and "woke up", and I manifestly had not moved at all or I would have been on the floor and dropped from about 1m in the air. Another time I remember trying to let it happen, and when it got to the point I chicken out I tried lifting my chest to get in a sitted position and it worked. I had my eyes open and my vision shifted perspective just like it normally would when going from laying down to sitting up, but it also sort of felt like my chest and arms were emerging of my actual body that was still laying down, like a ghostly double of my upper body. Woke up shortly afterwards. What is very weird is that although I feel completely awake and conscious when this happens, and my eyes and ears perceive things the way they actually are, there is still some sort of waking-up process, everything stops abruptly and even if my eyes were open a second ago it feels like I'm opening another layer of my eyes if that makes any sense. I really feel like there is something there, and I'm somewhat happy to be able to experience this state and facet of my psyche. Any of you guys are familiar with sleep paralysis? Let's hear your stories!
  10. @Fenris @Commethswan & @onyeka please contact me guys, I'd like to try and dispatch the seeds before the weekend if possible.
  11. Sounds like an interesting cross, curious to see what comes out of it.
  12. Haha thanks Good to know that you aren't risking much more than a destroyed letter by importing banned seeds/plants.
  13. Just wondering if any of you know the risks involved with theoretically exporting forbidden seeds and/or plant material from Europe to Australia? I don't really think they could do much, but wondering if there's some kind of international cooperation between customs for that.
  14. Ok guys, the results are in 1st Draw Winners: 57: @Martyh64 34: @onyeka 66: @Fenris 29: @moon_unit 87: @87_botanist 2nd Draw Winners: 81: @mrp11 93: @Anodyne 44: @Commethswan 3rd Draw Winners: 85: @Smiling 23: @zed240 To the winners please pm me your shipping info Thanks to everyone for participating, stay tuned I may do another one soon!
  15. Last few days to participate, winners will be picked on Sunday. I asked the local name of the Green Malay and here is the answer: Here's a pic of what might leave Malaysia soon :