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Re: Tripping out animals is good for them
    #308161 - 05/03/01 10:54 AM (15 years, 7 months ago)

Hey BosCube,

It jjust so happens that cows do eat the mushrooms when they are grazing in the fields. And they eat a lot when a field is filled with species of Cpelandia Like in the fields in Hawaii and Florida where Copelandia cyanescens can produce from three to more than 150 mushrooms in one cow pie at certain times of the year.

However they would need to eat an awful lot to be high.
becasue of their intense body weight.

On the other hand, maybe that is why they are always lying in a field.

But then thats what cows do, lie down on all fours. Not becasue they are high, because all cows, even in fields where there are no mushrooms, still lie down all day when they want to.

I have actually seen cows on numerous ocassions chewing on fresh blades of grass in their curds with specimens of Copelandia mushrooms dangling dfrom their mouths.



ALso recently some scientists have found traces of morphine both in cows milk and in grass.

and for Goblin,k

Giving poppy seeds to a parrot doesn't do a damn thing. Their is no landanum or opiates in the seeds which are used in bakery goods throughout the world and they are untreated seeds which can be purchased for about 7 dollars for a three ounce can from any bar and restaurant Supply Complany which are found in most major US cities.

They are untreated seeds so they can be planted. But a bird who eats them is not going to perform or sing better for anyone due to any chemicals in the seeds. Which there aren't.

Have a shroomy day

mj

Have a shroomy day and may all of your days be shroomy.



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Re: Tripping out animals is good for them
    #308524 - 05/03/01 03:17 PM (15 years, 7 months ago)

i remember i had a frog...big fucker he was...it would constantly sit in one spot, and jump straight up and bonk its head on the top of the tank like all damned day....had i not let him go, he probrably woulda done it until he killed himself...poor bastard



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