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#26 ghosty


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Posted Yesterday, 02:11 PM

the bark of acacia concurrens containing cyanide glucosides or some such is of interest. i do make infusion of that plant here and there. i concider it a powerfull medicine. so powerfull in fact, it is never seen as a "first line defence". i have not yet (thank gods) had a bad cyanide related reaction. it remains a tree of great medicinal value to me. can anyone confirm (through their own work / research this tree does in fact contain cyanide?) i have even decocted about 7 grams and drunk it. was noticed it may harm gut flora in that dose. now use les than 50mg bark to half cup water as medicine.