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About Heffa

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  • Birthday 31/10/1990

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    Angiosperms, All elements of Pharmacology, Biological Science and Ethnobotany.

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    SubTrop - Wet - Zone 4

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  1. Sorry, neither look like acacia whatsoever I'm thinking the yellow one is.... a cassia, possibly cassia fistula. and the white looks like a banksia... you'll get the hang of it soon enough
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    Sniffer Dogs & Dex - Your Experiences

    Frank: From what i have been able to decipher from forgotten sources, https://www.criminology.fsu.edu/journal/hold.html (saliva testing research), http://aunz.siemens.com.au/Healthcare-Detection_DX-Cozart-Drug-Detection-System (the drug testing device), http://www.transport.sa.gov.au/pdfs/legislation/faq_drug_driving.pdf (FAQs) and the one i attached in Post #5, basically the roadside drug tests will specifically pick up the substances THC and Methamphetamines. So MDMA, being a methamphetamine, is picked up, while pseudo, amphetamine and methylphenidate are not. The FAQs link (and in scientific terminology, the research link) above actually answers another commonly asked RDT question: How long after consumed does the drug remain detectable? It is actually a surprising time frame... Tipz: I ran out of time searching for references but i can tell you that chances are, the possession at least would be prohibited. This would be because ... - of the possibility of changing the chemical makeup of the drug when it is extracted (due to impure tech/equipment or unstable drug/additives) - the ph balancers in the pill would have been removed, so it would no longer be an approved medication for ORAL administration (which would directly contradict the prescription). Plus, as a prescription directs the dosage of medication in quantity of units (tablets/capsules), and methods of measurement for milligrams are rarely accurate, one would have a hard time justifying the risk/benefits of extraction to law enforcement. - the extracted drug is no longer visually identifiable as a prescription substance and would arouse major suspicion of intent to sell or misuse a schedule 8 drug (which would not be difficult to prove in court). - as a frequently criticised, heavily guarded schedule 8 drug, there are likely to be specific laws relating to it's preparation and manufacture. Let alone laws for all medications regarding drug alteration, reduction and compounding. If you can find any info or law relating, i would love to read it
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    Sniffer Dogs & Dex - Your Experiences

    I appreciate all the responses so far everyone, These topics are extremely interesting and personal accounts always make for interesting point of views. i just found this in the Australian Guidelines on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) June 2009: 184. People with ADHD should be strongly advised to take their stimulant medication if they are driving. Treatment with MPH improves driving performance for people with ADHD. The use of extended-release stimulants is preferable if the person drives at night. Interesting... 186. The use of a manual transmission over an automatic transmission should be considered for individuals with ADHD. and finally: 14.4 Legal issues regarding driving and medications In most States and Territories in Australia, roadside drug testing has been, or soon will be, introduced. These roadside screening tests are limited to detecting three substances in saliva: tetrahydrocannabinol (TCH), methamphetamine (speed) and MDMA (ecstasy). The potential problem of identifying psychoactive substances that have been prescribed for therapeutic use (including stimulants) has been recognised, and testing will not detect the presence of prescription medications for ADHD. Addit: http://www.nhmrc.gov.au/_files_nhmrc/publications/attachments/ch54_draft_guidelines.pdf
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    Delosperma Bosseranum

    Have been growing heaps of bosseranum, cooperi, lehmannii and some minimum for a while. Im waiting for them all to go insane for a while before i offer them out for research. Beautiful little plants, each freaking cool!
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    Let this be a Warning

    Awesome! thanks bit! brilliant camera work
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    Kava

    For all of your information: Requirements of importation: - Pretty much what is mentioned above http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/content/importation-of-kava Therapeutic Guidelines: Schedule 4, Part 4, Division 2, Item 35. - The way in which the product can be sold, bought and used in australia. http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/F2011C00308 The National Code of Kava Management (from NT site, but clearly stated as a NATIONAL code) - Rules, regulations, guidelines and penalties for disregarding them. http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/sinodisp/au/legis/nt/consol_reg/kmr244/notes.html?stem=0&synonyms=0&query=%22nt%20consol_reg%20kmr244%22#disp1 KavaManagement Act 2001.pdf
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    Healthy or not?

    Cant see it very well but isn't it suppossed to stay that way? It looks like one of the succulents I have, what were you expecting? Unless i am mistaken?
  8. http://news.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=8377312 A Darwin man has been given $100,000 compensation after he was wrongly accused of bringing drugs into Australia in shampoo and conditioner bottles. Neil Parry was arrested in June last year at Darwin Airport and charged with trafficking 1.6 kilograms of liquid ecstasy in two bottles of Pantene. After spending three days in jail last year, and having friends' homes searched, Mr Parry was granted bail. Customs later admitted the toiletries contained no illegal drugs andall charges against Mr Parry were dropped. On Monday Mr Parry told ABC Radio he had been given $100,000 in compensation for his ordeal and an apology. "It is not worth it, no," Mr Parry said. "I would rather it never happened," he said. He said most of the money would go towards his legal expenses. http://news.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=8377312
  9. Getting a little OCD tipzy my friend? I am thinking maybe the peruvianus might have a little bridge in her... just from the second photograph. Anyway, they are all trichs as far as one could tell.
  10. Holy shit, you luuuuuuuuuck mofo I can really only say fo sure that the final 'san pedro' labeled one is a Trichocereus Bridgessi The peruvianus looks correct and the fiirst looks like a trichocereus pachanoi or a cross. WHAT a finddd! good work buddy!
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    QLD Schedules more cannabinoids

    Yeah i saw the other one you started Torsten. Feel free to post the link elsewhere, it took a while to find it.
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    QLD Schedules more cannabinoids

    Here is the actual amendment bill http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/Search/isysquery/191142af-7d08-428f-beae-4832e728ad40/1/doc/CriminalOLAB11Exp.pdf#xml=http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/Search/isysquery/191142af-7d08-428f-beae-4832e728ad40/1/hilite/ Clause 44 provides that Part 6 amends the Drugs Misuse Act 1986. Clause 45 amends section 4 (Definitions) to insert a new definition of ‘Australian Crime Commission’ and to amend the definition of ‘dangerous drug’ by replacing the phrase at paragraph ©: ‘and that has a substantially similar pharmacological effect’ with the phrase: ‘and that - (i) has a substantially similar pharmacological effect; or (ii) is intended, or apparently intended, to have a substantially similar pharmacological effect’.
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    Help me

    Hahaha I am the MASTER of cannulation! Sucks when that happens, did they end up getting an anaesthetist? or Ultrasound? Loooksss mega gnarly! Hope theyve hooked you up with good stuff - oxy and the works. Hope the infection fails and it starts healing up nicely - if it doesnt start healing or if people start coming up to you in gown/gloves without doing a procedure, expect you have a hospital aquired infection. Let me know if you need anything explained, i work in healthcare so i can give you a low down
  14. I havent had my meds today so i spent most of time with my garden just stroking and admiring the new growth on my cacti One pup in particular It has grown quite a bit since then butyou get the gist Apart from that, A bit of weeding and propagating succulents but im putting off this weeks fert until after it rains tonight/tomorrow. Plant wise i did heaps of planting out, fert, repotting and stuff. Got some acacia and bamboo in the ground
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