Jump to content
The Corroboree

Smiling

Members2
  • Content count

    64
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Smiling

  1. Smiling

    Meet up: Brisbane

    Is it still on? I dont want to drive all that way to see it cancelled from rain
  2. Smiling

    Meet up: Brisbane

    Hope to see everyone tomorrow
  3. Smiling

    Meet up: Brisbane

    i'm keen
  4. what happens when you apply it to plants? I've recently become interested in messing with pgrs to change growth habits. Looking for some oryzalin to introduce polyploidism
  5. Smiling

    For sale- Oryzalin (Used to induce polyploidy)

    Anyone got any freaky results from these experiments?
  6. Smiling

    Pain relief plants

    I have prescribed pharmaceuticals (lots lol) but I dont like to take them unless I really have to. I was eating oxycodone by the handful for the first few months, its not a good habit to get into. Weed was an amazing painkiller but it makes me anxious and braindead, so not really an option for me.
  7. Smiling

    Pain relief plants

    If anyone has seeds or plants of painkilling plants I'm very interested in them! Happy to pay cash or trade
  8. Smiling

    Pain relief plants

    I have become very interested in pain killing plants in the last 2 years after being hit by a car and suffering chronic back pain and sciatica as a result. A really interesting way to find pain killing (specifically opioid) plants is to use the search terms "reversed by naloxone extract" in google scholar. The "reversed by naloxone" gives an indication that its an opioid and the "extract" brings up heaps of plants. Once you find a plant that has its pain killing effect reversed by naloxone you google "Species name diarrhea". If it has its pain killing effect reversed by naloxone and has traditional use as an antidiarrheal agent there's a chance that the plants pain killing effect comes from hitting an opioid receptor. Here's some plants I've been looking at today. Melastoma malabathricum http://cyber.sci-hub.tw/MTAuMTAxNi9qLmZpdG90ZS4yMDA0LjA3LjAwMg==/10.1016%40j.fitote.2004.07.002.pdf https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2846479/ Acacia modesta (pain relief through multiple mechanisms) https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10787-010-0038-4 https://www.ajol.info/index.php/tjpr/article/view/161863 Ficus deltoidea http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0367326X08001603 Has traditional use as antidiarrheal agent Capparis ovata http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3109/13880201003629323 (couldnt find anything about diarrhea) Hyptis suaveolens http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0367326X07000779 wiki says that its antidiarrheal Persicaria hydropiper https://bmccomplementalternmed.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12906-015-0558-y This stuff is a weed that is pretty common Danae racemosa https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2FBF02977322?LI=true fg Muntingia calabura https://www.karger.com/Article/Abstract/98366 g Annona vepretorum https://bmccomplementalternmed.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12906-015-0716-2 wdg Achyranthes aspera https://bmccomplementalternmed.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12906-015-0716-2 Acmella uliginosa http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874110006719
  9. Smiling

    Meet up: Brisbane

    I'm keen
  10. Smiling

    Help with Pricing? :)

    Hey Missmeander, I sent you a pm but not sure if you got it. My wife and I are wanting to do a big garden weekend this weekend to get ready for the new year. Would love to buy some plants from you, we're in bris too. Also my little sister is chasing some cacti cuttings if you have those. cheers
  11. Smiling

    1 ton dmt bust Germany

    looks like MHRB powder.
  12. Smiling

    Meet up: Brisbane

    from my window it looks like a pretty nice day out, so im guessing its on.
  13. Smiling

    Meet up: Brisbane

    @Infinity, do you live near the park? Is it possible for you to put up whether it's raining or not a bit before?
  14. Smiling

    Meet up: Brisbane

    Has anyone put this up on the SAB facebook page? Seems more active than here so might get a big crowd
  15. Smiling

    Meet up: Brisbane

    Sounds cool! I used to be a member here but I had my collection die on me a few years back while i was on holiday and lost enthusiasm. But I'm back now My collection is pretty small, mainly nicotiana species. So ill bring that along in case someone wants some seed. see you soon
  16. Smiling

    Meet up: Brisbane

    Should be able to make it it What normally happens on these meets?
  17. Smiling

    Meet up: Brisbane

    Any word on the next Brisbane meet?
  18. Smiling

    Essential Oil Still

    You can make an essential oil still cheaply from an open top 44 gallon drum. Buy an open top 44 gallon drum, should cost about $10-$30. Fit a tap to the bottom so you can fill it with water. Put the drum on top of some bricks so you can heat it either with fire or a big gas burner. Get a piece of rebar and cut it into a circle. Cover that with chicken wire. Throw a besa block into the bottom of your 44 gallon drum and put you chicken wire covered rebar on top. Fill with water (record the amount). Dump all your herbs on top. Make up some flour dough to the consistency of wet pizza dough. Put this all around the rim of the 44 gallon drum (this will act as a seal). Attach the lid making sure the dough gets squished (the dough heats up and cooks into bread acting as a seal). Attach you condenser (google copper liebig for plans or search pot still on ebay and get one of the still makers to make one for you) Fire up your still and let it run till most of the water has come out. (thats why you record how much water you put in) When its empty fill it with more water in the tap and then start again. If you want to make the process quick have another pot full of boiling water so you dont have to wait for it to heat up. Some oils take a long time to come out so collect some product into a 2L glass jar every couple hours, once the oil coming out is not worth it for you refill with herbs and start again. To make it more efficient you can wrap the whole thing in fireproof roof insulation, saves you a bit on gas.
  19. Not sure why it hasnt been brought up but kratom is an amazing medicine for greatly reducing withdrawal. I've seen quite a few people use it to quit an opiate habit with little to no withdrawal. You dont have to suffer whilst quitting, in fact it makes it easier to quit because you know its not going to be that bad. It makes it easier to slip back into a habit but the slips are less long in duration because you know you can stop at any time with the kratom. Kratom is also great as a maintenance tool.
  20. Smiling

    Rum give away

    I guess lucky number 13
  21. Smiling

    Rum give away

    Are second guesses allowed?
  22. Smiling

    Rum give away

    Where do you get your molasses from Big Red? If you're still running the comp I guess 17
  23. Smiling

    The Carolina Reaper

    I wish i could buy police pepper spray so i could spray it on anything that needed a little spicing up. I've got a heap of butch ts x carolina reaper, trinidad scorpians and a couple carolina reapers growing. HAvent had a lot of fruit tis year because i planted a bit late but next year I should get heaps. I plan to use them to make a fermented chilli sauce like tobasco but actually hot. My favourite tasting one is probably the bhut jolokias.
  24. Smiling

    Reptyle's nudity

    In the book snowblind they mention the donkey custom. Its meant to be a true story and i think it was written before the internet.
×