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  1. Slocombe

    Kambo banned by TGA

    A deadly frog mucous used in shamanic rituals in Australia has been banned by the Therapeutic Goods Administration. In “Kambo” ceremonies, a participant’s skin is burned and scraped and the secretions of the South American giant leaf frog (or giant monkey frog) is rubbed into the wound. There is no medicinal benefit to Kambo and it can be lethal. The TGA has listed it as a schedule 10 poison, in the category for “substances of such danger to health as to warrant prohibition of sale, supply and use”. It noted that Australians have adopted Kambo rituals from traditional indigenous ceremonies in South America. https://www.theguardian.com/society/2021/oct/06/kambo-a-lethal-frog-mucous-used-in-shamanic-rituals-banned-by-tga-after-reports-of-deaths
  2. Slocombe

    Reaper type chilli

    They'd be washing them as well. Last time I grew reapers they would weep oil on hot days.
  3. Slocombe

    P. viridis legal restrictions

    Your customer sounds like a fuck stick scammer. If the plant is getting sold on SAB then then it's highly likely to be legal in NSW. Even if you aren't in NSW this person is a cunt.
  4. I think it is open to people to connect here and speak off this platform using more secure platforms.
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    Reaper type chilli

    Carolina Reaper gets sold at my local Coles. If it's not something readily available to you, I can send you some fresh seeds after I do my next shop.
  6. Slocombe

    E.sinica or similar

    Are you a bullet dodger?
  7. Slocombe

    covid 19 vaccination

    Well, the scientists are saying I should hold out for Pfizer, while Scummo is saying I can talk to my GP and get a Astra vaccine against the recs of his own scientists. Personally I don't trust Scummo when he says to go with Astra, but I also don't trust Scummo to get Pfizer rolled out either. If I was in Sydney right now I'd probably be trudging off to get Astra without even the protection of legal recourse if something goes wrong. Thankfully I'm not in Sydney, so I'm going to cross my fingers and hope the PM doesn't fuck anything else up before I get the medically recommended vaccine for my age group.
  8. a ........slow.......comb

     

  9. Slocombe

    P. som seed varieties giveaway

    Number 4 doesn't even look like a poppy flower to my inexpert eye. It's a shame these things aren't legal. I think keeping up appearances has a lot of benefits and if you listen to your nana she will probably agree.
  10. Came across this today through another source, thought I'd post it up here, only to find you beat me to it Flux! Lots of interesting and less-known info that goes beyond brewing up an acacia/aya tea that you won't get from the facebook groups.
  11. Slocombe

    Murdoch media empire's attack on democracy

    The independence and government funding for the ABC should be enshrined and guaranteed in the Australian constitution.
  12. An application to make MDMA and psilocybin more easily accessible to psychiatrists for mental health treatments will now be independently reviewed following an earlier rejection. The Therapeutic Goods Administration has announced a decision would not be made on their reclassification from prohibited schedule-nine medicines to controlled schedule-eight medicines on April 22 as previously indicated. Rather, a review will consider submissions received through two rounds of public consultations before making a final call, after promising results from clinical trials for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder and treatment-resistant depression. An independent expert will examine the therapeutic value, risks and benefits to public health outcomes, as well as seeking advice from the Advisory Committee on Medicines Scheduling, according to the Department of Health. Psychedelic advocacy group Mind Medicine made the application to the TGA in July 2020, after overseas trials demonstrated the possibility of curing the debilitating illnesses. A Health Department spokesman said the publication of submissions on the interim decision was expected to be completed by mid-May. Mind Medicine Australia founder Peter Hunt said the wrongful scheduling of these medicines was preventing medical practitioners obtaining the consents from the state and territory governments. "We are delighted with this development," he said. https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/7203240/drug-regulators-reconsider-mdma-and-magic-mushrooms-for-rescheduling/?cs=14329
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    Post your track of the day

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    Server donation auction: cuttings [ended]

    I can't believe you don't have any bids yet Caster. Or is this a silent auction? If not I'll open the bidding at $20.
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