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OfflinePurplehaze
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Any other plants?
    #3083969 - 09/02/04 07:38 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Is there any other plants possibly in Missouri or anywhere that can get you high except marijuana? Oh yea and if i get marijuana seeds how can i take care of them till they grow into adults?


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Re: Any other plants? [Re: Purplehaze]
    #3083992 - 09/02/04 07:45 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

there are things you can grow.. visit the Ethno garden!
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Re: Any other plants? [Re: Purplehaze]
    #3084001 - 09/02/04 07:47 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Poison oak is a bitchen high. Pick it and rub it all over you. Make sure you concentrate on rubbing it all over your cock and balls. Then smoke about a qp of the shit (damn this shit gets you so ripped) After your'e done with all of that, head over to www.erowid.org and look at the plants section under plants & drugs. Maybe pick up a Petersons guide among other texts and then try formulating a little more specific of a question. If you can handle all of that you might be able to find what you are looking for. Not trying to be a dick, just trying to urge you to look a little harder on your own. Also check out posts over at Ethnobotanical Garden.
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Re: Any other plants? [Re: Purplehaze]
    #3084110 - 09/02/04 08:12 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Saliva, legal and tripy.


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Re: Any other plants? [Re: Purplehaze]
    #3084115 - 09/02/04 08:13 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

For the seeds store in a air tight bottle


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Re: Any other plants? [Re: Hijinx_Spike]
    #3084132 - 09/02/04 08:17 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Well, it helps to go through years and years of intensive research yourself.. but since i'm a nice guy I will pass on this information to you.. Most of these plants can be found in your area, as I have personally found them myself forraying in the NW MO area:

Now understand that some of these are highly poisonous and some are only medicinal.. this is an old rough draft version, i cant find the updated one of this computer..
here ya go:

>Phytopharmacologically active plants
>
>Berberis vulgaris: contains the isoquinoline alkaloids juziphine,
>lambertine, magnoflorine, thalifoline and oxyberberin.
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>Corydalis aurea: contains the isoquinline alkaloid bicuculline.
>
>Dicentra canadensis: contains the isoquinoline alkaloids bulbocanine,
>aporphine, protoberberine, and protopine.
>
>Urtica dioica: Needles Contains histamine, acetylcholine and
>5-hydroxytryptamine.
>
>Menispermum canadense: Contains isoquinoline alkaloids
>dehydrochelanthifolia, magnoflorine, N-methyllindcarpine, and dauricine
>which has curare like action. Some species said to have narcotic and
>poisonous properties.
>
>Vicia sativa: The seeds contain potentially lethal amounts of cyanogenic
>glycosides.
>
>Zigadenus elagans: Contains the toxic chemicals zygacine, zygadenine,
>isogermidine and protoveratridine.
>
>Apocynum cannabinum: contains glycosides including cymarin, apocannoside,
>and cyanocannoside.
>
>Podophyllum: Contains over 15 biologically active compounds including
>podophyllin, podophyllotoxin, and Alpha / Beta - peltatin.
>
>Conium maculatum: Contains coniine, n-methylconiine, gamma-coniceine,
>conhydrine, and psuedoconhydrine which are all structurally related to
>nicotine.
>
>Senecio: Various species contain a wide spectrum of Pyroolizidine alkaloids
>and highly toxic cyclic diesters including senecionine, seneciphylline,
>jaconine, and jacobine.
>
>Eupatorium rugosum: contains a highly toxic alcohol, tremetol, in
>combination with a resin acid and several glycosides.
>
>Ornithogalum umbellatium: contains the cardioactive glycosides
>convallatoxin and convalloside.
>
>Gymnocladus dioicusi Contains hydrocyanic acid and cytosine.
>
>Morus alba: The unripe shoots and berries contain unknown hallucinogens.
>
>Phalaris arundinacea: Contains 5-methoxy-dimethyltryptamine
>
>Phragmites australis (arundo donax) : contains gramine, bufotenin,
>n,n-dimethyltryptamine, and 5-methoxy-dimethyltryptamine.
>
>Desmanthus illinoinsis: Root bark contains n,n-dimethyltryptamine.
>
>Verbascum thapsus: seeds were once used as narcotic fish poison. Whole
>plant said to have narcotic properties.
>
>Solanum sp: Contains steroidal glycosides.
>
>Achillea millefolium: Contains Thujone which is structurally Similar to
>THC.
>
>Lactuca virosa: Contains the milky latex Lactucarium which is used as an
>opium substitute
>Catalpa: pods smoked as tobacco substitute with sedative action.
>
>Albizia julibrissin: Traditionally used in Chinese medicine as a sedative
>and powerful mood enhancer. Also used as treatment for insomnia,
>depression, and restlessness. Said to be an "Herbal Prozac".
>
>Lycopus virginicus: Sedative and mildly narcotic.
>
>Tilia (lime/linden): Flowers used in tea to treat nervous disorder and
>insomnia. If flowers are to old when used they are said to produce strong
>narcotic intoxication. Some bee's find the pollen to be narcotic.
>
>Petunia violacea: This common ornamental is was used in the highlands of
>ecuador. 10-15 grams is steeped into tea and drunk for a high lasting two
>hours. The alkaloid content is unknown
>
>Asimia triloba (paw paw) seeds are a narcotic and emetic and have
>insecticidal properties.


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Re: Any other plants? [Re: Aneglakya]
    #3084308 - 09/02/04 09:11 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

now ya see, that ^^ type of shit just helps everyone out :thumbup:  gives people a base to do research from.  that said im writing a good chunk of those down so i can go read about htem.

ps.  rubbing poison oak on your genitalia will have an effect, but probably not what your looking for...where the fuck did that come from?


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Re: Any other plants? [Re: kadakuda]
    #3084469 - 09/02/04 10:09 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

:smile: I've been tearing through Field guides, the merck index, and tons of literature for some time now compiling a very solid list of these phytochemically active plants, primarily of the midwest. The list continues to grow.. Not all the plants are thought to be psychoactive or interesting, but its amazing to think about the pharmacy in my back yard.


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