Salvia Divinorum Smoking tobacco is injurious to health, yet people continue doing so. However, the trends of smoking have changed in the recent past and now people are using herbal smoke methods to induce benefits. Inducing herbs in any way is not dangerous since they are natural, therapeutic and beneficial sources of treatment for various health conditions. Not only can herbal smoking benefit you physically, but can be beneficial for your mental well-being as well. Salvia Divinorum, a popular herb, is also being used widely for smoking as a substitute to tobacco. Herbal smoking is also called legal bud smoking. Wide assortments of these herbs have been regarded as legal buds. Some of the most popular herbs used in this process include Salvia Divinorum, chamomile, hops, ginseng, damiana, kava kava, passion flower, wild dagga, skullcap, star of Bethlehem, scotch broom tops, artemisia vulgaris, betel nut powder, and various others.
Awakening the Third Eye – Be Careful What You Wish For Gregg Prescott, In5D GuestWaking Times Have you ever heard the expression, ‘Be careful what you wish for’? For some people, the opening of the 3rd eye can show them things that they really didn’t want to see. For others, it’s a journey of enlightenment. According to wiki, the third eye (also known as the inner eye) is a mystical and esotericconcept referring to a speculative invisible eye which provides perception beyond ordinary sight. On the Above Top Secret website, a person by the name of “pellian” stated the following: i found a very real technique that will increase your spiritual perception by a thousand fold. I view it as the difference between having a solid spiritual mind or having a fear based mind. The following is a tutorial video along with the PDF on how to open your 3rd eye. There is a video after this ebook that will walk you through your 3rd eye awakening but I would recommend reading the book, first! You can find it on Amazon About the Author
You Take Magic Mushrooms. This Is What Happens To Your Brain! Psilocybin mushrooms also known as magic mushrooms can alter the perception and cognition of the user in a profound ways. Many individuals describe the experience as if they were in a dream-like state with a vivid imagination. How Do Entheogens Work? Although each individual had a slightly different experience than the other, many people wonder how they work and how they alter our ordinary state of consciousness. How Long Do the Effects of Magic Mushrooms Last? The hallucinogenic effects of magic mushrooms generally last about 5 hours; however, the experience itself will be something the individual will likely ponder over many times. Human Brain Mapping A recent study, published in Human Brain Mapping, found increased activity in regions of the brain responsible for our dreams when we’re sleeping. Biological Basis Results While under the influence of psilocybin, it was found that brain activity increased in the hippocampus and the anterior cingulate cortex.
The Sacred Root Back to Don's Maps This page is supported by Intervention Support The sacred root is not Datura, however there is reason for thinking that Jean used at least the physical form and growth habits of mandrake when she created her "sacred root". My thanks to Toos Spee for drawing this to my attention. The name Mandragora is derived from two Greek words implying 'hurtful to cattle. ' The Arabs call it 'Satan's apple.' It has a large, brown root, somewhat like a parsnip, running 3 or 4 feet deep into the ground, sometimes single and sometimes divided into two or three branches. The leaves are quite harmless and cooling, and have been used for ointments and other external application. The fresh root operates very powerfully as an emetic and purgative. Mandrake was much used by the Ancients, who considered it an anodyne and soporific. Mandrake was used in Pliny's days as an anaesthetic for operations, a piece of the root being given to the patient to chew before undergoing the operation. 30:14.
The Spiritual Eye: How to Decalcify & Activate Your Pineal Gland Christina Sarich, ContributorWaking Times This article will presume you have a basic knowledge of the pineal gland, an important endocrine gland that is said to be the seat of enlightenment. If you need to back up a little and inform yourself more about what the pineal gland is, you can start here before reading further. Activating your pineal gland, or spiritual ‘eye’ and detoxing it are two different things. In his book, and documentary The Spirit Molecule, Rick Strasssman talks about how the chemical DMT allows a deeper understanding of ‘reality’ as we know it. Stop the calcification of the gland by reducing halides. Enhancing the Inner Light There are many ways to enhance the inner light of the third eye, and to elicit higher concentrations of DMT. Inversions are great for other reasons, too. The most profound affect of yogic inversions is on what the gurus in India call the ‘amrit’ or nectar of Brahma. Yoga Nidra Khecarī Mudrā Binaural Beats and Meditation: More Theta Waves
Understanding The Visionary Nature Of Plant Medicines by higherperspective Since the earliest times of human consciousness, people have been exploring the spirit world, the inner world, and the physical world through visionary practices. Often, this has been done by intaking specific chemicals derived from plants. The pathways opened by the intake of these substances provide a number of effects which can include expansion of perception, self awareness, mental and physical healing, and occasionally cause people to lose their minds. The following is meant to explore the nature of the reaction when people intake plant medicines and what to the pathways to the other side. Species consciousness To better understand the nature of a visionary experiences, it is helpful to first understand that all species have a shared consciousness. There are many scientifically unexplained animal behaviors in animals that provide evidence of their conscious network connection. How plant spirits communicate Here is where it gets really interesting. Conclusion
5 Things That will Happen when MDMA Becomes Legal Scientists are fascinated by MDMA. Profound feelings of love, empathy, and compassion for one’s self and others are the markers of a peak MDMA experience. And while it’s best known for being an ubiquitous party drug, MDMA has also contributed significantly to psychotherapy. But MDMA is illegal, classified as a Schedule 1 substance, and the resulting dangers get in the way of truly understanding the full range of its benefits. Emanuel Sferios, founder of DanceSafe and long-time harm reduction activist and drug educator, seeks to raise awareness about the importance of legalization in his documentary “MDMA: The Movie.” Here are 5 things that will happen when MDMA becomes legal: 1. The drug alters brain activity so users can approach their problems in a very different way. The combined effects make it useful for therapy, which is why, despite its illegality, there have been a number of FDA-approved studies for the treatment of severe PTSD. 5.
Update 2: EU DCP: International collaboration for the evaluation of generic drugs | Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) The TGA is participating in an international collaboration programme led by the European Union (EU) under the auspices of the IGDRP through which, upon request from a generic pharmaceutical company, the assessment reports generated as part of EU Marketing Authorisation procedures will be shared in real time with collaborating regulatory agencies outside the EU such as the TGA. The IGDRP was launched in April 2012 with the aim of regulatory agencies to pursue collaboration and convergence to mitigate challenges of worldwide generic global development and approval programs. As part of the IGDRP, an information sharing pilot has been initiated in July 2014 using the European Union's Decentralised Procedure (DCP) as a model for the sharing of information during the scientific assessment phases of the DCP with IGDPR non-EU agencies, including the TGA. The first phase of the pilot project will involve the EU, Australia, Canada, Chinese Taipei and Switzerland. List of eligibility criteria.
Plant/Human Symbiosis and the Fall of Humanity Trevor Smith, Guest WriterWaking Times There are many mysterious anomalies about human evolution yet to be adequately explained. These include the human brains rapid expansion in size and complexity, why this accelerating expansion suddenly stalled roughly 200,000 years ago and our brains have been shrinking ever since, and why our rare glimpses of genius goes hand in hand with our species wide insanity. “I believe that the lost secret of human emergence..the undefined catalyst that took a very bright monkey and turned that species into a self-reflecting dreamer..that catalyst has to be sought in these alkaloids in the food chain that were catalyzing higher states of intellectual activity.” — Terence McKenna Tony Wright and Graham Gynn are authors of Left In The Dark- the book that presents Tony’s research outlining a radical re-interpretation of the current data regarding human evolution and, they contend, our recent degenerated state we call “civilization”. Tony Wright: Yes.