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  2. Cimi

    Post a random picture thread

    Reminds me of QWOP lol
  3. Cimi

    Post your track of the day

    1850s represent
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  5. Mcstack

    Amanita muscaria ULTIMATE super-duper thread

    Able that looks delicious! I'm definitely going to give this a try very soon!
  6. vual

    Post your track of the day

    ...This one is due to bitcoin entering bullish territory and forming a golden cross making new highs for 2019 ^_^
  7. Responsible Choice

    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    Yes, it is a gentle art
  8. Pedro99

    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    Just went inland sunny coast, lots of cows but none out of view of houses. Walked along a paddock in a small town and there were hundreds of mushrooms and a lot looked (from a distance) like what I was looking for. Unfortunately there were many people watching, I couldn't find anywhere that there weren't people around. I did stay within about 30 mins of the coast though.
  9. Halcyon Daze

    Fresh Chocolate berries avaliable for sale or trade

    Damn, I'm always away when something interesting like 'chocolate berries' comes up. I'll PM you in the near future, sharxx. Last time I tried planting some new fruity berries like that they were some Novocastrian origin but nothing came up I love fresh fruits and berries
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  11. Northerner

    The Great Global Warming/Cooling Thread Part 2

    Probably not an issue though, we will still be protected by the atmosphere. Interesting to wonder what sort of unexpected havoc a sudden reversal might wreak on our machines though.
  12. Alchemica

    Diabetes

    Hope all are well. I'm still trying to manage this with diet and exercise before it becomes more problematic for me. I'm still dropping kg but have had lots of use of SGAs which cause severe lasting metabolic adverse effects, such as elevated blood glucose and insulin resistance (IR) Still like cinnamon and anthocyanins and a planty diet but have problems still. Trying to find as close to food options as possible. While plain tea can offer some slight dietary support, I'd like more glucoregulatory function Several herbs have also demonstrated benefit in glycemic control in clinical trials. These herbs and herbal extracts include berberine, ginseng, gymnema, banaba, cinnamon, fenugreek, and kudzu. While many of these herbs appear to be promising when used in isolation, the practice of herbal medicine most often utilizes polyherbal combinations for purported synergistic effects [review] While berberine is promising both for it's metabolic effects and on the brain, it's one I do have concerns with regard to interactions with that are clinically relevant "interactions should be considered when berberine is administered" for CYP2D6, 2C9, and CYP3A4. I like fenugreek but it does seem to have some effects on the GI tract that can be less wonderful. Cinnamon seems a useful adjunct as the "polyphenolic polymers, found in cinnamon, appear to potentiate insulin action by increasing phosphorylation of the insulin receptor, thereby increasing insulin sensitivity, which may lead to improvements in blood glucose control and lipid levels". [1] but often with "modest effects" [2] As an isoflavone option that is food based, I like the idea of Kudzu Pueraria lobata could interfere with SGA-associated IR and revert overexpressed IR-related proteins [3]. This is intriguing as it's also a promising rapid-acting antidepressant compound through AMPAR-mTOR signaling pathway activation and increased BDNF [4] exerts anxiolytic-like effects, which may be "associated with normalization of 5-HT levels and biosynthesis of allopregnanolone in brain" [5] and alleviated the behavioural deficits induced by chronic stress [6] and may be a "potentially valuable preventative therapeutics for memory-related nervous disorders" [7]. Have a big bag of standardised kudzu. While chromium supplementation has been promising results are mixed. Saffron is also promising. Review: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30616613 [1] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30144878 [2] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27618575 [3] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30946280 [4] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30284466 [5] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29101599 [6] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28740098 [7] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28734961
  13. hey mate sorry its not that variety
  14. Glaukus

    Happy Wattle Day!

    More to the point, they just dont care. I showed Flux a similar situation recently in my area. My local obtusis can and do kick peoples arses, hope the northern species can too.
  15. Horus

    Happy Wattle Day!

    Thats bad. Damning evidence. Its impossible to police that area, people that fucked, and half cocked could easily destroy the species. Someone thinks they are going to make a big batch to flood the doof or festival scene. Things have never been the same since DMT became a commodity rather than the sacred spice that was only ever gifted or traded. Idiots have no idea of the energies they are fucking with.
  16. Insequent

    The Great Global Warming/Cooling Thread Part 2

    Overpopulation may not end up being an issue at all. Have a gander at what is happening with the Earth's magnetics. The magnetic poles are shifting at an increasingly rapid rate and the magnetic field is weakening at an alarmingly increasing rapid rate. Climate change may take on a much more nasty personality...
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  19. Crop

    The Great Global Warming/Cooling Thread Part 2

    Mate, sounds like a great way to live your life. However when it comes to talking about overpopulation, don't you think this could be part of the problem?
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  21. Humbolt

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    Love the refrain on Donald's playing. A real slow drag.
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