Demotivational-Posters-For-The-Pothead-21.jpg (JPEG Image, 640x463 pixels) Keif Mountain – Grow Lights. Winpop. Online Books : "Golden Guide Hallucinogenic Plants" by R.E. Schultes. The Golden GuideHallucinogenic Plants by Richard Evans Schultes What are hallucinogenic plants?
How do they affect mind and body? Who uses them - and why? This unique Golden Guide surveys the role of psychoactive plants in primitive and civilized societies from early times to the present. Open the Book(This online version is presented in 10 page segments.) See Erowid Library/Book store entry or download it as golden_guide.zip (approx 4.5 MB) Online Books : "Golden Guide Hallucinogenic Plants" - pg 1-10. HALLUCINOGENIC PLANTSby RICHARD EVANS SHULTES Illustrated by ELMER W.
SMITH. GOLDEN PRESS - NEW YORK 1976 Western Publishing Company, Inc. .Scanning and html by loplop, Aug '99 Maintained by Erowid.org FOREWORD Hallucinogenic plants have been used by man for thousands of years, probably since he began gathering plants for food. The hallucinogens have continued to receive the attention of civilized man through the ages. Everyday Objects Stash Money, Secrets, Drugs, IDs. Yiting Cheng just finished up a master's degree in design, but she could already teach James Bond a thing or two about stashing valuables.
For her thesis project, Cheng designed a series of eight objects that ingeniously store secrets--from passwords to money to drugs to IDs. And you can see all of them in this nicely shot video (our favorite is the secrete drawer, hidden in the edge of a table, which is only accessible when attach a magnetic pull): According to Cheng: This project is about concealing valuables, secrets, bad habits and personal information in our workplaces. Here, hidden spaces/messages were created within 8 general objects such as wood boards, lamps and disposable coffee cups.
In other words, she hides things in plain sight, by hiding them inside objects so familiar that you'd never question their integrity. The Vaults of Erowid : The Essential Psychedelic Guide. INTENSITY: 9 to 10 SAFETY FACTORS: 5-MeO-DMT is an MAO inhibitor.
See list of items not to take with MAO inhibitors on page 19. [Erowid Note: This is probably wrong. Although 5-MeO-DMT is metabolized by MAO and occupies some amount of the enzyme, it is not considered an MAO-inhibitor in the normal sense.] Since DMT takes effect almost immediately, users normally lie down or sit in a reclining position prior to taking a hit. MATERIAL: N,N-Dimethyltryptamine and 5-Methoxy-Dimethyltryptamine are naturally occurring psychedelics found in a variety of plants around the world, several of which are native to the Amazon region.
N,N-DMT and 5-MeO-DMT are also manufactured synthetically, as separate compounds, and sold on the underground market And although it's quite rare in the psychedelic underground, synthetic DMT is used much more often than DMT from natural sources. HISTORY: There are several plant sources of DMT, many of which have uniquely different histories of use. 1. Online Books : "Golden Guide Hallucinogenic Plants" by R.E. Schultes. Erowid. The Effects Of Cannabis On A Web-Based Lifestyle. Web of a spider on LSD web of a spider on mescaline web of a spider on hashish web of a spider on caffeine Just Say No: web of a drug-naïve spider see Spider Communication: Mechanisms and Ecological Significance Edited by Peter N.Witt & Jerome S.
Rovner - Princeton University Press -1982 e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org LSDHOME HashishCaffeineCannabisMescalineWasted! One two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen. Cannabis (Marijuana) Vault : Effects. The primary effects sought by those using cannabis recreationally are euphoria, relaxation, and changes in perception.
Effects vary depending on dosage, with effects at low doses including a sense of well-being, mild enhancement of senses (smell, taste, hearing), subtle changes in thought and expression, talkativeness, giggling, increased appreciation of music, increased appetite, and mild closed-eye visuals. At higher doses, sense of time is altered, attention span and memory are frequently affected, and thought processes and mental perception may be significantly altered. One of the most common comments about cannabis is that it enhances the appreciation of sensory experiences without substantially changing the perceptual experience.