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Ethnobotanical literature sale
Geebus posted a topic in Seed & Plant SalesOkay guys I'm looking to sell some books. I'll chuck them on here first. First lot $90+ postage for entire collection or individually: all in good condition* 'TiHKAL: The Continuation "TIHKAL: The Continuation is a 1997 book written by Alexander Shulgin and Ann Shulgin about a family of psychoactive drugs known as tryptamines. A sequel to PIHKAL: A Chemical Love Story, TIHKAL is an acronym that stands for "Tryptamines I Have Known and Loved". Paperback $20+ postage 'Plants of the Gods' "Sacred hallucinogens, PLANTS OF THE GODS, are beautifully illustrated and characterized in this lexicon. The authors elaborate in vivid detail 91 plants, focusing on 14 that have had profound significance on human beings." Paperback $15+ postage 'Shamanic Wisdomkeepers' "This text contains the words of shamans from North and South America, Europe, West Africa and Australia. They discuss their training, how they go about their work, what magic powers they possess, the importance of the non-material world and keeping body, mind and spirit in good health." Paperback $10+ postage. 'Ayahuasca Visions' "A new collection of never-before-published paintings by renowned artist Pablo Amaringo • With written contributions by Graham Hancock, Jeremy Narby, Robert Venosa, Dennis McKenna, Stephan Beyer, and..." Paperback $15+ postage 'Sage Spirit: Salvia divinorum' "Salvia divinorum is a unique and profoundly powerful visionary herb from the Mazatec region of Mexico. Now widely available in the western world via the internet, but still little understood, this legal entheogen is becoming ever more popular among those who follow the shamanic path of plant based spirituality. In this work, artist, musician, writer and shamanic explorer, Martin Ball, navigates his way through the strange world of sage space, from Burning Man to overtone singing and cosmic serpents, bringing back guidance and advice for the use of Salvia divinorum as a true entheogen and ritual sacrament. Sage Spirit is bound to be a valuable resource for all those interested in exploring salvia responsibly as a spiritual catalyst and consciousness-expanding agent of personal transformation. Filled with personal accounts, practical advice and philosophical reflections, this book is a must for anyone wanting to learn more about this amazing visionary plant." Paperback $10+ postage. 'Psilocybin Mushroom Handbook' "Here is a practical step-by-step guide to cultivating four species of psilocybin-containing mushrooms, indoors and outside. Anyone with a clean kitchen, some basic equipment, and a closet shelf or shady flowerbed will be able to grow a bumper crop. ..." Paperback $15+ postage 'Entheogens: Myth & Human Consciousness' "ENTHEOGENS, MYTH AND HUMAN CONSCIOUSNESS is a much needed accessible exploration into the role of psychoactive sacraments - entheogens - in religion, mythology, and history, " Paperback $10+ postage 'Psilocybin Mushrooms of the World' "From the author of GROWING GOURMET AND MEDICINAL MUSHROOMS comes the only identification guide exclusively devoted to the world's psilocybin-containing mushrooms." Paperback $15+ postage 'Mushrooms Demystified' "Mushrooms Demystified: A Comprehensive Guide to the Fleshy Fungi is a mushroom field and identification guide by American mycologist David Arora, published in 1979 and republished in 1986" Paperback $20+ postage 'Some Simple Tryptamines' "The most comprehensive and detailed overview that exists concerning the subject, this updated second edition contains over 400 illustrations, including more than 300 full-color photographs. Some Simple Tryptamines is an invaluable reference tool for those interested in psychoactive plants containing tryptamines, as well as assorted synthetic tryptamines. A softcover book printed on high-quality acid-free paper, with a sturdy sewn-and-glued binding." $20+ postage
Desperately looking for Ps. weraroa
Solipsis posted a topic in MycologyHey, Turns out this species from NZ may have special significance for where I live (the NL in Europe). Attempts to source Ps. weraroa - the regular pouch kind not the subsecotioides that does open up a bit - have failed so far. So it's kind of my holy grail, or moby dick haha. Am willing to reward well, I have an extensive collection of fungi and plants (although i realize customs are big problem) and supplies for growing and experimenting. Still tho, for a legit sample i will make it worth your while. s
Looking for P. Cubensis Spore print Trade/Buy
3rdI posted a topic in Seed & Plant SwapsHeya, after a long hiatus both from ethnobotanical gardening and the forums, and a bit of readjustment in my life, it is time to start rebuilding the collection. I have a handful spore prints to trade. Psilocybe Subaerugniosa. And some Agaricus Bisporus prints, also wild. The print P. Sub was taken in 2014 in South Australia, If I remember correctly. I know its nothing special what I am offering, but hoping a generous person will be willing to share something from their collection with a little more viability than my prints may have. Just a warning, that although these spores have been in generally dark cool places for the past years, I have moved house twice and variables have changed at times so... Just sayin they may not be the most viable or cleanest. DESPITE that i have not opened them since their creation. Hope to see some replies soon, thanks everyone!
ID REQUEST: PS SUBS
Farmyceuticals posted a topic in MycologyToday I went hunting for the first time. I've done my research but better to be safe than sorry Ultimately, the goal was to find PS Subs. I also encountered other mushrooms on the way. Conditions: 5-10mm rain day before 90% Humidity Minimum Temp: 11 Degrees Celcius I suspected these to be Saffron Milk Caps. When cut, they secreted a bright orange. Found among pine needles. However, from being slightly crushed in my bag they attained some dark greenish blue bruising mostly on the gills. Is this normal? They also have the telltale irregularly spotted stem. Just wanna be safe Slippery Jack? I was going to take these home but I followed a different track back and missed 'em. Really nice spongy gills with slippery brown cap. Psilocybe Subaeruginosa!!!! (Hopefully my reading payed off! To the best of my knowledge they fit the profile. I got too excited and didn't take many pics at the site. Nearby was a suspected Galerina, Gymnopus, and other specimens with orangey cap and gill and a brown cap and coke bottle coloured stem. Other finds like the deathly beautiful Amanita Muscaria Attached Thumbnails
ID Request; First Time Hunt for Subs
Farmyceuticals posted a topic in MycologyToday I went hunting for the first time. I've done my research but better to be safe than sorry Ultimately, the goal was to find PS Subs. I also encountered other mushrooms on the way. Conditions: 5-10mm rain day before 90% Humidity Minimum Temp: 11 Degrees Celcius I suspected these to be Saffron Milk Caps. When cut, they secreted a bright orange. Found among pine needles. However, from being slightly crushed in my bag they attained some dark greenish blue bruising mostly on the gills. Is this normal? They also have the telltale irregularly spotted stem. Just wanna be safe Slippery Jack? I was going to take these home but I followed a different track back and missed 'em. Really nice spongy gills with slippery brown cap. Psilocybe Subaeruginosa!!!! (Hopefully my reading payed off! To the best of my knowledge they fit the profile. I got too excited and didn't take many pics at the site. Nearby was a suspected Galerina (orange cap and stem), Gymnopus, and another specimen with a brown cap and coke bottle coloured stem. ) Other finds like the deathly beautiful Amanita Muscaria
psilocybe chuxiongensis - apparently new species from china
DiscoStu posted a topic in Mycologyi didn't know about this http://biotaxa.org/Phytotaxa/article/view/phytotaxa.156.4.3 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psilocybe_chuxiongensis
Melbourne sub sightings?
3rdI posted a topic in MycologyAny body spot anything in the suburbs or surrounding towns? Anything in the southeast yet?
4 less SABers for a while??
NSF posted a topic in MycologyIt looks like the police struck gold after 4 mushroom hunters thought they had: http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/western-australia/police-step-up-magic-mushroom-patrols-in-donnybrook/story-e6frg14u-1226408297183