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    #403383 - 09/25/01 09:08 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

hey guys, does anyone know the history and potency levels of this strain??? a link i should see???? thanks.



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Re: south american [Re: sinuendo]
    #403385 - 09/25/01 09:11 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

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    #403456 - 09/25/01 11:40 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

According to Stamets, it is highly unlikely that any South American Cubensis strain is native to the South American Mainland. He believes that they were introduced by livestock brought by the spaniards. Native peoples of these areas apparently do not like using these Cubensis strains for ritualistic activities - as they apparently arent as effective for their needs as the native Psilocybes...AInt that FuNkY?



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Re: south american [Re: sinuendo]
    #403540 - 09/25/01 01:19 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

well, if you mean the south american strain that sporechicks say they carry, they are amazing fruits. really a strain that has not gotten enough advertisement out there.

medium to big fruits, prolific flushes, easy to grow, really beautiful fruits, and from one-to-ten, they get a ten from me...

oh lord, the insanity.

however, due to the constant bitching about the sporechicks of lately, i highly advice that you try to find the strain through another person until they get back on their feet again.

He somehow manages to breathe in his sepia, wounded-tea, liquid ambiance suspension.


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