Therapeutic Psychedelics and Drug Policy
Obviously this pearltree is devoted to the therapeutic use of psychedelic substances.
I would appreciate it if the members of this team refrain from deleting pearls, or pearltrees unless they are duplicates. Several pearltrees including the one of Ibogaine -- which is a very important therapeutic psychedelic -- have previously been deleted and I had to recover them.
Please use the sub-pearltrees as a guide for the content you've pearled and try to keep the organization intact. It would be great to have more information about the individual compounds including trip reports etc, please add them where they would make the most sense. With respect to cannabis, please also add dispensary reviews. If someone knows a lot about other cannabis related products including things like hash, edibles and tinctures adding pearls on that would be cool too.
Another interesting area would bongs, vaporizers, growing equipment like Budda Boxes, etc. it would be great to have more material on those topics as well.
Oliver Starr, Founder Mar 16
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