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Offlineg0dmoney
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Whats in your Ethnobotanical Garden?
    #1112435 - 12/05/02 03:29 AM (15 years, 10 days ago)

As I posted a couple of days ago, I have recently started growing a couple san pedros. I have been wanting to also start some Salvia D. and a couple of others.
My question to you my friends is what are some of your favorites? What do you beautiful varieties do you have growing, and would you reccomend to everyone?
Thanks for your thoughts an input. ((:

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Re: Whats in your Ethnobotanical Garden? [Re: g0dmoney]
    #1113275 - 12/05/02 12:21 PM (15 years, 10 days ago)

The ones I can mention;

Trichocererus Pachnoi
Trochocereus Peruvianus
Salvia Divinorum
Lophophora Williamsii
Lophophora Diffusa
Catha Edulis
Mitragyna Speciosa
Sceletium Tortuosum
Peganum Harmala
Argyeria Nervosa

I think that's most of them, I had to cut back the number of plants I had for the winter.


Edited by RemiMartin (12/05/02 12:21 PM)


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Re: Whats in your Ethnobotanical Garden? [Re: RemiMartin]
    #1113476 - 12/05/02 01:12 PM (15 years, 10 days ago)

t. pachanoi

is it for me :/ just starting my garden.


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Re: Whats in your Ethnobotanical Garden? [Re: g0dmoney]
    #1113994 - 12/05/02 03:49 PM (15 years, 9 days ago)

some shitty weed plants is all I have now


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Re: Whats in your Ethnobotanical Garden? [Re: g0dmoney]
    #1114354 - 12/05/02 05:08 PM (15 years, 9 days ago)

Catha edulis (Khat)
Atropa belladonna (Belladonna)
Areca catechu (Betel Nut)
Acorus calamus (Sweet Flag)
Papaver somniferum (Opium Poppy)
Nepeta cataria (Catnip)
Turnera Diffusa (Damiana)
Piper methysticum (Kava Kava)
Lobelia inflata (Lobelia, Indian Tobacco)
Ipomoea purprea (Heavenly Blue Morning Glory)
T. pachanoi (San Pedro)
T. peruvianus (Peruvian Torch)
L. williamsi (Peyote)
L. williamsi var. Frischeckiii
Salvia Divinorum (Salvia)
Artemisia absinthium (Wormwood)
Phalaris arundinacea (phalaris grass; ribbon grass)
Mimosa scabrella (mimosa)
Hypericum perforatum (St. John's Wort)
E. Coca (hah! I wish)

That's everything I grow.

My favorite plants are:

L Williamsii (not for use, but for keeps)

T. Pachanoi
S. Divinorum (also not for use, but for keeps; i don't like the experience)
My Khat, Belladonna (not for use), and Betel Nut.

All my favs.


Edited by neuro (12/05/02 05:10 PM)


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Re: Whats in your Ethnobotanical Garden? [Re: neuro]
    #1114922 - 12/05/02 08:21 PM (15 years, 9 days ago)

How do you grow your Acorus calamus? I've tried once before but from what I hear, it needs a very moist enviornment.


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Re: Whats in your Ethnobotanical Garden? [Re: TinMan]
    #1115116 - 12/05/02 08:56 PM (15 years, 9 days ago)

I have very rich potting soil mixed with homemade compost, which i water frequently.


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Re: Whats in your Ethnobotanical Garden? [Re: TinMan]
    #1115855 - 12/06/02 01:08 AM (15 years, 9 days ago)

trichocereus pachanoi, all the others are dead


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Re: Whats in your Ethnobotanical Garden? [Re: rommstein2001]
    #1115966 - 12/06/02 01:44 AM (15 years, 9 days ago)

3 t. pachanoi
1 t. peruvianus
1 t. peruvianus var monstrosus (direct from ecuador)
1 ariocarpus.
1 datura inoxia


would love to get a salvia cutting, perhaps when I am all moved into my new place, not to mention a lophophora


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Re: Whats in your Ethnobotanical Garden? [Re: g0dmoney]
    #1116242 - 12/06/02 03:43 AM (15 years, 9 days ago)

good stuff guys (: definatly gave me lots of ideas. thanks ;D


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Re: Whats in your Ethnobotanical Garden? [Re: neuro]
    #1116437 - 12/06/02 08:42 AM (15 years, 9 days ago)

{S. Divinorum (also not for use, but for keeps; i don't like the experience)

Try a cold (freezer temp) Acetone wash (Two minutes soak tops on about 6 grams of leaf} Then you will have sand like looking crystals after evaporating ,, thats Sal A--Place these in the mouth...The uplift is more mild and last longer(1-2 hours) then the body wrenching high from smoking..I agree and havent smoked in over a year but sublingual is the greatest ! :grin:


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Re: Whats in your Ethnobotanical Garden? [Re: BlueJay]
    #1123018 - 12/08/02 10:38 PM (15 years, 6 days ago)

Interesting, I'll have to try it.


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Re: Whats in your Ethnobotanical Garden? [Re: g0dmoney]
    #1131107 - 12/11/02 06:07 AM (15 years, 4 days ago)

i have left my garden fallow and have since been fighting off invading Datura that have found a home there. i find them to be verry beautiful (if not just a little creepy) but i think that's all they are worth.

good luck on the pachanoi, they're wonderfull and fullfiling cacti.

if you're into cacti in general, Opunitas are nice. O. leptocaulis fruit is tasty, and reprotedly hallucinogenic but i can't support that claim in any amount.


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