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  1. Valerian is pretty easy to grow and spreads easily too. Within a year or two you could have all the valerian root needed to make as strong of an extract as you'd want.
  2. Coja

    Catha Edulis

    I'm wondering how people chew these, is it just new foliage as older foliage of the red leaf was not very palatable when I'd tried it? Anyone ever tried chewing with lepita (a traditional South American flavored basic addative to coca leaf for chewing)?
  3. Coja

    WTF is this? Reishi?

    Once purchased a reishi spore syringe only to discover that the vendor had accidentally mixed up their cubensis spores with their reishi ... cubes can grow just fine on wood, but they're just not nearly as vigorous as they would be on other substrate.
  4. Yes, I've heard of this in the context of meth-psychosis.
  5. Great news atop a very recent study demonstrating possible effective treatment for the onset of Alzhiemers!!
  6. Coja

    EBAY HACKED [MASSIVE WARNING]

    Good thing the paypal account associated with my ebay account was banned some years back ... probably for some suspicious purchase or other.
  7. Coja

    Question on cactus legallity

    It used to be that the only countries that scheduled the cacti itself were the countries where it grew naturally. If certain Oz. states are adopting "container" legislation (common statutory language in most states and at the federal level in the USA which brings many Psilocybe sp. mushrooms under legal scrutiny in almost every state while only a couple states have scheduled/banned specific species) which encapsulates naturally growing plants, and mescaline is scheduled/illegal, then it would be in the same status as DMT containing plants in states/countries where that compound is scheduled/illegal.
  8. Coja

    The ebola medicine game

    What about B. caapi as an anti-viral? Though effective doses may contribute to vomiting.
  9. It would be ideal to have a link to the legal opinion. I can't seem to find it online easily, but it appears to rule on carboxy-THC alone which last for weeks after last use for regular smokers and is not at all pcychoactive. 11-HO-THC is the primary metabolite and is psychoactive to some degree, but it breaks down into carboxy-THC rather rapidly in casual users too.
  10. Coja

    Dimitri-plants

    Does Friendly still post around here? I recall his reports years and years back about the utility of Anadenanthera pods ... don't just toss those out once you've removed the seeds.
  11. Coja

    Juul's Giant??

    Hey Trucha, we had to institute a mod/admin approval for new posts due to ever evolving spam bot problems on the nook. I'll let the admin know to approve you ... hopefully you signed up as trucha or ktrucha. If not pm the name you used and I'll make sure you're approved. Our admin tend to have a lot going on off the net, so they can take a bit to take care of things.
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    Wanted: Radula marginata

    BUMP, any progress in locating propagation material of this plant or bioassay reports?
  13. Rather than being entirely focused on growing plants that are edible and medicinal, I would strongly encourage you to identify and learn about all the weeds in your area that you can't stop from growing everywhere. I've been amazed, as I've gotten more and more into foraging as a hobby, at the number of persistent weeds that pop up everywhere in my urban environment that are very nutritious and abundant or medicinal. Squash flowers are also edible, delicious once cooked and add some nice color to dishes.
  14. Perhaps he thought this had something to do with the US vernacular for the term bitches ... I'm sure y'all have heard some rap over the pond?
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