Best Psychoactive Plants for the Garden

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Re: Best Psychoactive Plants for the Garden

Postby ergot » Thu Aug 17, 2017 4:58 pm

Herbs, Roots & Resins - Rue
Interesting plant. Probably won't grow in the desert, but not much does!
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Re: Best Psychoactive Plants for the Garden

Postby panamint_patty » Sun Aug 05, 2018 6:24 am

Fields of failure? Reports say US measures failed to reduce Afghan opium production
Banning the cultivation of a plant is wrong. This is a beautiful plant and it should be allowed to flourish. People who ruin their lives by abusing recreational drugs are fools, but it's my opinion that fools should be allowed to perish.
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Re: Best Psychoactive Plants for the Garden

Postby surfsteve » Sun Aug 05, 2018 12:44 pm

I agree. Let fools perish and spend my tax dollars protecting the people that deserve protecting instead of using them to contribute to someone's addiction.

Pretty sure certain varieties of rue would do well in the dessert but I don't think Rue by it's self is a psychoactive plant. Much less so than coffee or tobacco anyway and that it's mainly used to multiply the effects of other psychoactive plants like certain vines, cacti and mushrooms. I suppose that it probably also increases the effects of certain medications and maybe even some vegetables. I recall reading at one time many of our vegetables were deemed psychoactive and even punishable by death but that their effects have either been bred out or we've gotten used to them.

I was surprised the first time I tried some finely powdered bone meal not too long ago about how good it made me feel. Damn near euphoric! I've never read anything to that effect. Maybe I was just deficient in it. On the other hand I been drinking coffee on a daily basis and I hardly get any effects at all from it. Strange how that works!
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