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matt1720 posted a topic in EthnobotanyHi, id like info on safe legal highs from herbal mixes to dryed herbs. id also like trip reports, effect info and more. For eg: is betel nut safe to consume, I herd that 8grams of betel nut is an LD. so this would then be unsafe to smoke as a legal high> http://www.shaman-australis.com.au/shop/pan_masala_red_betel_nut_fennel_sandalwood_pr_289.php Things like this websites mixes should be good though may be weak an then pointless to buy like most legal highs. http://www.shaman-australis.com.au/shop/herbal_blends_cp_145.php Though id like to try nunu: http://www.shaman-australis.com.au/shop/nunu_pr_1266.php so please list all websites of good safe legal highs. things like blue magic herbal incence are not safe and should be off the market. so should things like slapper, fuck that, thank you.
CLICKHEREx posted a topic in News & Noticeshttp://www.dailymercury.com.au/news/police-wasting-time-on-alternative-shops-retailer/2154813/ 30th Jan 2014 6:00 AM Updated: 31st Jan 2014 6:30 AM Enchantments owner Ann Healy wants police investigating synthetic cannabis trafficking to stop targeting stores like hers. Enchantments owner Ann Healy wants police investigating synthetic cannabis trafficking to stop targeting stores like hers. Amy Marshall ROCKHAMPTON retailer Ann Healy says police should stop wasting time and resources targeting alternative lifestyle shops when it comes to synthetic drugs. The Enchantments owner's comments come after Happy High Herbs in Mackay won a legal battle for the return of more than $50,000 worth of stock seized in a police raid on June 3 last year. Magistrate Damien Dwyer handed down his ruling in favour of the natural herbs store in a Mackay court yesterday, ordering police to pay more than $8000 in legal costs. The court heard the warrant was restricted to where there was a "reasonable suspicion" items contained synthetic cannabis. However the officer in charge of the investigation allowed the seizure of items outside these parameters. Ann, who had more than $10,000 worth of alternative products seized from her own store in 2012, said the ruling set a precedent for those in the industry. "We're happy to abide by the laws and regulations to keep consumers safe," she said. "But what happens is the wholesalers are on one side of the fence and the authorities are on the other - retailers get stuck in the middle. It's highly unfair." Ann said there was confusion surrounding the legislation and often they were the last to know about any changes. "We trust wholesalers to do the research," she said. "We really aren't the bad guys - like a publican or a tobacconist we are just there to sell a product." Ann said she hoped the ruling would encourage police to "get smarter" when it came to applying the law.