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Anyone ever try 'Elemi oil'? Quote:Hut said:GuysThis is Baron (69rons) marketing scheme.He talks about obscure things very highly and then they randomly pop up on his site Flowing Visions.I could not care less about this Elemi Oil. Even though Baron is a smart guy, he spends way too much time profiteering off of our community. That just doesn't sit right with me.He uses the DMT-Nexus as a portal for advertising.Do not be fooled. Sure he has good information about tropane dosages and things like that, but most of his posts are just completely manipulative. Whatever dude. A lot of places sell elemi oil and have been selling it for hundreds of years, long before I ever got interested in it, so if you think vendors all around the world are selling things just because I talk about them, I think maybe you need to rethink that a little bit because it's ridiculous.

I am a news breaker. I talk about a lot of stuff that they don't sale. I have contributed a lot information to the Nexus. Kanna Shaman Smoke. Kanna Shaman Smoke is a potent, smoking blend rooted within the herbal smokes of South African tradition. As in original practice where Kanna was blended with Dagga, here it has been blended with a 100% legal cannabinoid for your spiritual practice. During the early seventeenth century, missionaries and explorers in southern Africa reported how the Khoikhoi, a local indigenous tribe known as the Hottentots to European colonists, used the herb as a chew, sniff, or smoke. It was said that they used it for ritual and healing dances. The name Kanna was shared universally among the Khoikoi and the Bushmen of south Africa, who knew the Eland Antelope by the same name.

To these peoples, the Eland was a "trance animal," who was regarded as a magical creature with extraordinary abilities. Since prehistory the antelope took on a role as a magical ally in ceremonies and rituals, and were commonly associated with rain makers, divination, healing, and communal trance dances. Kanna - Sceletium tortuosum powder. Kanna - Sceletium tortuosum powder The mood-enhancing plant known in it's homeland as "canna" , “channa” or “kanna”, is a low-growing succulent indigenous to South Africa. It was so esteemed among native tribes that they'd travel hundreds of miles to collect plants in the wild. Reports from Dutch colonists dating back as far as 1662 describe its use as an inebriant noting that natives would chew, smoke or snuff the fermented plant parts and "their spirits would rise, eyes brighten and faces take on a jovial air, and they would commence to dance. " Sceletium has significant mood-elevating and anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) properties.

When used as a daily tonic at doses as low as 100mg to 200mg, users report improvements in mood, decreased anxiety, relaxation and a sense of well-being. At higher dosages ranging between 500mg to 2000mg, kanna acts as a calming euphoriant and empathogen. Caution! 5 gram packages. Kanna Effects and Dosages. Buy Kanna Online HERE cRocodile on Sceletium tortuosum: While I have never tasted pure mesembrine I have done quite a bit of experimentation with traditionally prepared Sceletium tortuosum powder from South Africa and documented Kanna's effects.

As a result, I can offer this: 1. 2. SMOKING - dosage: 100-250mg fermented herb powder Subjective Effects: as expected the effects are felt almost immediately and synergize very very well with other herbs (which are traditional combinations!). INSUFFLATION - dosage: 50-200mg (or more) Subjective Effects: This route is highly effective and yields the best subjective effect (for me). ORAL INGESTION - dosage 500mg - 2000mg Subjective Effects: For most of my experiments I ingested the material orally since this was the most appealing way to consume the material. I am interested in trying the pure mesembrine since I'm told it lacks the somatic side-effects of the plant, but have yet to find someone who has a reliable extraction procedure at hand. Elemi oil - A virtually unknown legal psychedelic essential oil in Elemi Oil (Canarium luzonicum) Forum. I while ago I was doing research on calamus and sassafras.

These contain compounds that are similar to several psychedelics. For example sassafras contains safrole, which is a precursor for MDMA (Ecstasy). Calamus contains asarone which is a precursor for TMA-2. While doing research I ran across a lot of trip reports for satrole, asarone, and none of them were very interesting. I kept finding information on nutmeg and myristicin while doing my research. I know about nutmeg being a powerful psychedelic but wasn't much interested in it because of the side effects associated with it.

I kept doing more research and then stumbled upon something called elemi oil. There's very little information about elemi oil. Elemi oil contains about 4% elemicin. ACTIVITY TESTSAfter reading the few positive trip reports on its use, SWIM decided it was time to give it a try. In the next test 3 drops of elemi oil were used. In the next test 5 drops of elemi oil were used. NO SIDE EFFECTS? SAFETY? Voacanga africana. Voacanga africana is a small tropical African tree that grows to 6m in height. It has leaves that are up to 30 cm in length, and the tree produces yellow or white flowers, which become berries with yellow seeds. Uses[edit] Chemical structure of voacangine Chemical structure of voacamine The bark and seeds of the tree are used in Ghana as a poison, stimulant, aphrodisiac, and ceremonial psychedelic.

[citation needed] These effects are due to the presence of a complex mixture of iboga alkaloids such as voacangine, voacamine, vobtusine, amataine, akuammidine, tabersonine, coronaridine and vobtusine. Medicinal uses[edit] A number of these compounds have pharmaceutical uses. [2][unreliable source?] References[edit] Notes[edit] External links[edit] Voacanga africana in West African plants – A Photo Guide.

Kanna and Meditation | The Kanna Shop. In the American Journal of Psychotherapy, D. Goleman (6) suggested a division of meditation into two general catagories. His distinction was supported by transpersonal psychotherapy theory papers written by Seymour Boorstein M.D (7), Greg Bogart M.A (8), Mark C. Kasprow M.D and Bruce W. Scotton M.D (9). Concentrative styles include fixing the mind or focusing upon a mandala or candle, or breath, koan, chakra, circulation of prana/chi/light, to create the restriction of attention to one point.

Receptive/insight styles are based upon the passive and non-interfering watchfulness of the minds movements and manifestations of the unconscious, letting the myriad visions and thoughts emerge and sink back without interference by criticism, commentary, selection, judgment, preference or interpretation. Each meditation may have different effects upon the mediator as it attenuates different aspects of consciousness. A voice in my head said “Who feels the pain ?” It is a receptive state. 0. 1. 2. Kanna - Drugs Forum. Kanna can be chewed, smoked, insufflated, made into tea, gel caps and tinctures. Some people report difficulties in getting effects from Kanna, or getting effects infrequently or inconsistently. This may be due to physiological differences, quality differences from different vendors or incorrect administration or preparation.

One very noteworthy fact that emerges from reading many reports by people who have tried Kanna through various routes of administration is that people often feel very strongly that a certain route of administration is far superior to other routes, yet people differ in opinion as to what that route is. Some, for example, claim smoking produces the best effects, while others claim insufflation is the best. Many vendors and users state that fermentation of the Kanna plant is required to maximize its psychoactive effects.

[hide] - [top]The fermentation process And Thunberg in 1774: Step 2: Put the bruised Kanna in a sealed container like a glass jar. Smoking dosage: Yopo bean. Datura spp. Lopophora. Ethanol Extraction of Psilocybin. : shrooms. Mushroom Extract. Making Powdered Extracts - Article. Alcohol and water (tincturing) remove the more stimulating properties of herbs (resins, etc.). These are most effective for moving and directing the energy of the body (specifics, stimulants). They are best when taken in 10-day cycles with a 3-day break between to relieve symptoms, reduce pathogenic heat, and stimulate body processes. Hot water breaks down cell walls and extracts the more tonic principals (minerals, giant-molecular-weight sugar molecules—polysaccharides; protein-bound polysaccharides, etc.).

These are useful for long-term (3-9 months or longer) strengthening of the immune system, adrenal and hormonal system, nervous system, blood system, and other parts of the body. Directions for Making Powdered Extracts Place the herbs in a large pot in the ratio of 1 part herbs (by weight) to 10 parts of water (by volume). Hints: Add licorice, orange peel, etc. for flavor and sweetness, especially if the herb being extracted is bitter. Ordering Supplies for Making Powders Blessed Herbs. 2457ayarecipe - SpiritQuest - Ayahuasca & Huachuma Plant Medicine Retreat Center | Iquitos, Peru - Amazon Jungle Healing CenterSpiritQuest – Ayahuasca & Huachuma Plant Medicine Retreat Center | Iquitos, Peru – Amazon Jungle Healing Center. Black Henbane. Black HenbaneHyoscyamus niger Annual/Biennial Flowers June-Aug. Seed ripens Aug. -Sept.Common Names / Habitat / Magickal Uses / Edible Uses / Medicinal Uses / Cultivation / Propagation Common Names: Common Henbane, Henbane, Henbane, Henbell, Hog's Bean, Jupiter's Bean, black nightshade, devil's eye, poison tobacco Danger: All parts of the plant are very toxic.

Symptoms of poisoning include impaired vision, convulsions, coma and death from heart or respiratory failure Habitat: By the walls of fields, waste ground, near buildings and in stony places from low-lying ground near the sea to lower mountain slopes Magickal Uses: Feminine. A love-bringing herb when worn. Edible Uses: NONE Medicinal Uses: Anodyne; Anthelmintic; Antispasmodic; Antitumor; Diuretic; Febrifuge; Hallucinogenic; Hypnotic; Mydriatic; Narcotic; Sedative.

Cultivation: Prefers a sunny position and a dry soil. Propagation: Seed - sow summer in a cold frame and pot on as soon as possible before the taproot is too long. AN HALLUCINOGENIC SNUFF FROM THE AMAZON. Virola elongata, V. theiodora MYRISTICACEAE, Nutmeg Family There are approximately one hundred known species of New World plants from which psychoactive compounds are obtained, and of these, hallucinogens, comprising one category of psychoactive compounds, have held an especially important place in the rituals of indigenous tribes. One particular hallucinogen, extracted from trees of the genus Virola, is widely used by groups in wet tropical forests of South America. These tribes include the Waika of the upper Orinoco area in Venezuela and northern Brazil and the Paumar from near the Rio Purus in Amazonian Brazil. Depending on locality, the snuff made from Virola carries the general names applied to all snuffs, such as ebene, epena, parica, yakawana, and nyakwana, among others.

Hallucinogenic snuff is based on the blood-red exudate from the secondary phloem, i.e., the inner bark. In Virola, the principal psychoactive ingredients are powerful tryptamine alkaloids and beta-carbolines. Calliandra haematocephala info please? - Other Psychoactives. Argemone mexicana - Prickly Poppy. FAMILY: Papaveraceae GENUS: Argemone SPECIES: Mexicana COMMON NAMES: Amapolas del Campo, Bermuda Thistle, Bird-in-the-bush, Brahmadanti, Cardo Santo, Caruancho, Chadron, Flowering Thistle, Gamboge Thistle, Gold Thistle of Peru, Hierba Loca, Jamaican Thistle, Kawinchu, Mexican Prickly Poppy, Mexican Thistle, Mexican Thorn Poppy, Prickly Pepper, Prickly Poppy, Queen Thistle, Satayanasi, Shate, Svarnasiri, Thistle-bush, Xate, Yellow Thistle, Zebe Dragon Argemone mexicana is an annual that grows to about 1 meter in height with several branches and bluish leaves with thorny ends.

The flowers are between 4 and 6 centimeters across and have six yellow petals. The fruits are very thorny and full of small black seeds. In a tropical climate, the plant will flower throughout the year. Argemone mexicana is a plant that not only produces a large number of seeds (just like Papaver somniferum), but is easy to sprout as well. Aregemone mexicana also contains isoquinoline alkaloids. Oliver-Bever, B.