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Intoxicating mint
    #3109717 - 09/08/04 08:43 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Anyone have any cultivation information I could use? I know of someone who has seeds, although quite expensive, I'm wondering if it would be worth the effort to cultivate it?


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Re: Intoxicating mint [Re: Just_a_Shadow]
    #3109836 - 09/08/04 09:06 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

seeds should be lightly covered in a well drained soil, soil should be kept moist until plant sprouts and takes hold. Likes full sun. Becareful when putting it outside if you live in the area, it will spread.


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Re: Intoxicating mint [Re: neuro]
    #3110088 - 09/08/04 10:04 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Well i live in eastern canada, do you think it would spread in the wild in this area? if not do you think it can at least grow well outdoors during the summer?


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Re: Intoxicating mint [Re: Just_a_Shadow]
    #3110691 - 09/09/04 12:06 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

It'll do well outdoors in the summer and may come back in the following summer, but I couldn't really say for sure, I think it might actually be able to tolerate being beat down and frozen solid at times.


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Re: Intoxicating mint [Re: Just_a_Shadow]
    #3110886 - 09/09/04 12:38 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

got a latin for it? been trying to find it with no luck.


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Re: Intoxicating mint [Re: kadakuda]
    #3112292 - 09/09/04 05:35 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Lagochilus Inebrians


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Re: Intoxicating mint [Re: Young_but_cool]
    #3113930 - 09/09/04 03:53 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

I didn't have much luck bioassaying this plant. I really dont know what to think about it.. I would like to see more peoples experience reports with it but I am guessing that its depends A LOT on dosage and preperation method. i've heard somewhere that you are not suppost to heat it.. but let it infuse into water of a few hours.. maybe over night. If I was to try it again, I would let 20 grams of powdered lagochilis sit in cold water over night, strain and chug the shit. It is very bitter. When I had it I was already a little drunk (very crude way to bioassay sacred plants. I know... ) I have been meaning to try it again.. I think it would prove very synergistic with Dioscorea or Petunia.


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Re: Intoxicating mint [Re: Aneglakya]
    #3114293 - 09/09/04 05:12 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Haven't tried this one myself yet. A lot of people seems to fail in getting the desired effects, although I've heard some success stories... Like you said, boiling seems to be a bad idea. This is what I've heard to be a great prep tec; Infuse with hot, slightly acified water (might not be needed since lagochilin's not an alkaloid, but there might be reasons for it), cover and let cool. Even 2 grams with this method is said to produce strong effects, where boiling as much as 20 g seems to fail. The lagochilin is probably quite voiltile.


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Re: Intoxicating mint [Re: Young_but_cool]
    #3114455 - 09/09/04 05:44 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

hmmm is it a terpene? Maybe an alcohol extract is called for?


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Re: Intoxicating mint [Re: Aneglakya]
    #3117634 - 09/10/04 08:00 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

yeah it is some kind of diterpene. There is actually a traditional preparation consisting of 70% alchol and L. inebrians which is used medically.


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Re: Intoxicating mint [Re: Young_but_cool]
    #3117722 - 09/10/04 09:51 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

Lagochilus inebrians has long been used for its sedative properties by Tatar and Uzbek tribesman and Shamans. A compound isolated from the plant and named lagochiline has proved to be aditerpene. 10-15 g dried plant material are boiled with sugar and honey to make a tea. Sometimes mixed with fruits or toasted leaves. Honey are often added to reduce their bitterness.


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