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    Passiflora Incarnata

    Yes please
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    Acacia, chacruna, caapi and others trade / swap

    Hey there. I'm after some aya plants. I can trade loph seeds. Texana or huizache. If interested :) also narrow leaf catha. I'm on sunny coast
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    Loph multi heads up for trade (CLOSED)

    PM'd you
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    Acacia acuminata seed giveaway #2

    hey, my acuminatas seedlings were doing okay, until all this wet hit SEQ, now they are mostly dead :| would be keen to try again !
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    Mandrakes for trade :)

    Wo so cool. So they are just roots. Im keen!
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    Win a free Loph! Post an original artwork

    The iboga spirit after a journey with it.
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    Cacti seedling giveaway

    Sounds great!
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    RIP andyamine

    rest in peace christian andyamine. you had a purpose, and a place here with us all. i trust your energy is in a more peaceful place now.
  9. Hey would love, but do you post to AUS?
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    Trichocereus grafts for sale.

    Oh no! so quick. NIL?
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    khat plants

    established khat plants for sale. believe it is the red variety. $20 + post (would suggest exp. $15 approx) - will send bare rooted
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    khat plants

    Still available! trades are welcome but you may have still have to cover posts. I am interested in rosei cuttings, unusual aya plants ..
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    Voacanga africana (Ghana) seeds giveaway

    pm you now
  14. hey, i am in Aus, and really keen for the mitrogena.. possible?

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    Mitragyna hirsuta fresh seeds

    pm you now really intrigued!
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    Hopi Blue Corn Seed Giveaway 2016

    Pm ing you now, if you still have, really keen!
  17. THANK YOU~! so much interesting stuff
  18. i know quite a few long term & dependant opioid users, that regularly use acid (every few weeks - every few months or microdosing regularly), dmt (weekly at times), cacti (every few months or micro dosing regularly) on occasion have used ayahuasca, all of this while on opiates. from these there have been no obvious negative effects from the outside - if anything the medicinal psychedelic use seems to uplift and call them froward and remind them of purpose outside of their opiate use. from my outside perspective mixing ketamine and opiates and ketamine and opiates and lyrica altogether has resulted in potential liver toxicity? nausea, sickness, fatigue etc.. hope that helps! i have a post up about pregabalin and opiate withdrawals, so out of interest - have you found it helps?
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    Eriobotrya japonica (loquat)

    hey I'm keen for some seeds. PM'd ya
  20. Non intentionally we have been finding that pregabalin reduces mild opiate withdrawals, specifically cold sweating. It would be interesting to see if anyone else has experience with this or understand its mechanism of action and why it's affecting the opiate receptors. Taken at night time during mild withdrawals it lessens the withdrawals and knocks one out to sleep, coupled with obvious anti-depressant qualities the next day or so (these fade after continual use) - seemingly more effective than diazepam which only makes you groggy. It's prescribed for nerve pain.
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    One GT print for trade

    i got cactus cuttings
  22. I use brahmi regularly, and have been over the last few years. I find it is accumulative, after eating fresh handfuls every day that after a month or 2, my memory recall is quicker, clearer, my vocabulary is extended and i feel 'faster' in my mind. I have also used ayurvedic mixes of brahmi, and eaten powders etc. I have noticed the best effects from eating raw & fresh. Recently (past 1 -2 months) I stopped eating it by itself and started mixing it in my smoothie, I feel like it doesn't work as well this way, though I couldn't prove that at this point. It is believed that the healing qualities of bitters are in the bitter flavour itself (which brahmi is), stimulating bile production and kick starting digestion. I wonder if some of the alkaloids or other things in brahmi are better assimilated in this same way... Stick at it every day, in whatever form you are having, and make an assessment at the 3 month mark
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    Free Diplopterys cabrerana seedlings (x10)

    I'll PM you now
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