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Wile E. Peyote

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  1. Wile E. Peyote

    Happy Wattle Day!

    Has anyone seen DMT marketed as a product of A. courtii on the darknet?
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    PC Pach + Bridgesii 'Eileen'

    I'll grab the Eileen tip and the pach tip, please!
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    Trichocereus returned to its own genus

    The tone of the blog suggests this is big news? I'm surprised I haven't heard more people discuss Lodé's work, especially as those texts were published years ago. I can't find full texts of Taxonomy of the Cactaceae 1 and 2, but I checked out some reviews and it sounded like Lodé used DNA testing as secondary, rather than primary data. So perhaps his findings are not so ground-breaking? Keen to hear people's thoughts on these texts in relation to Trichocereus.
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    Australian psilocybin therapy trial

    The psilocybin trial has ethics approval, but I think there are still a few bureaucratic hurdles to jump. Hopefully it goes ahead. Vince discussed his microdosing study on ABC news a couple of weeks ago. Great stuff.
  7. Early bird tickets are out! https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?embed&eid=469960
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    Advice for a Short Visit DownUnder?

    April is typically good time for dendrophilic mushrooms in the Blue Mountains, which are outside of Sydney. Dawson's and Field's gardens, outside of Melbourne, are historic. SAB nursery deserves a plug of course, which is nearish to the Gold Coast. Not sure where the Chisar's cactus garden will be in April - either near the SAB nursery, or if it hasn't moved yet, outside of Melbourne.
  9. At least five people have died after consuming drugs at music festivals since the start of this festival season, and we're barely halfway through. This is a terrible situation, but an upside is that the popular media narrative on pill testing is changing. Yes, pill testing is not the only drug policy reform needed to stop drug related deaths, but there is a wealth of research demonstrating the effectiveness of this harm reduction measure and a number of organisations ready and willing to offer this service in Australia. This week there are opportunities in both Sydney and Melbourne to support the pill testing movement. Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) Australia are launching their pill testing advocacy campaign #BeHeardNotHarmed on Wednesday 16th January at Revolver Upstairs in Prahran (https://www.facebook.com/events/982077871993012/). Reclaim the Streets, Sniff Off, Keep Sydney Open and Unharm have joined forces to organise a protest against zero-tolerance, abstinence-based drug policies and to support drug checking/pill testing. Protesters will meet at Sydney Town Hall at 4pm on January the 19th (https://www.facebook.com/events/321483005362309/).
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    Festival Death

    Reagent tests are only indicative - you need expensive technology like GCMS to be sure about the contents of your product. Making these services available at festivals could encourage sellers to provide safer products.
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    Festival Death

    I was working HR at Lost Paradise when this all went down. People learned what had happened via the media, but staff weren't allowed to tell punters about the death, even if they were seeking harm reduction advice. I understand not wanting to create panic, but the restriction of information still pissed me off...
  12. I have a bunch of fresh Acacia cultriformis seed from my garden. PM me if you're interested!
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    Trichocereus cuts for trade

    Interested in trading cuts from these Trichocereus. Make an offer via PM. Weird peruvianus Hamilton's crest knuthianus psycho0
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    Thanks @SayN! Yeah, it's temporary. When they get too big I move them out.