The best way to germinate seeds.Pill pressed for sowing and peat cuttings. The substrate containing the Jiffy is prepared for planting and rooting cuttings.Pill 41mm.
1 gr. they are about 40 seeds.5 grams they are about 200 seeds.Rivea corymbosa belongs to the Morning Glory group of plants. Ololiuqui belongs to the seeds of LSA, which means that it has qualities similar to LSD, both in its chemical structure and in its effects.
Peganum harmala, is an MAO inhibitor. It is often used in analogues of ayahuasca, because it is more concentrated and easier to prepare than the one traditionally used; Banisteriopsis caapi.
The African Voacanga is a tropical tree, native to West Africa. It was used by shamans as a stimulant and visionary. This tree can reach up to 10 m. tall, has white flowers and yellow, with numerous brown seeds. It is related to plants of the genus Tabernanthe or iboga.
Argyreia nervosa originally comes from Indonesia and Sri Lanka and has ayurvedic applications since ancient times, Indians Kahunas of Hawaii and Polynesia divination used it as a sacrament was also used as a substitute for cannabis and as aphrodisiac. It is now mainly used for its psychedelic properties, due to the active substance LSA.
Seeds of papaver somniferum, the Giganteum variety: it usually takes only one head per plant, almost the size of a tennis ball.
Nepeta Cataria, catmint, Catnip, Catmint ... is famous for its effect on cats. The smell of grass makes cats euphoric, they like to smell and touch it. The herb has a strong minty smell.
Pink lotus, Nelumbo nucifera, Sacred-LotusNelumbo nucifera, known by numerous common names including Indian lotus, sacred lotus, bean of India, or simply lotus, is one of two species of aquatic plant in the family Nelumbonaceae. A common misconception is referring to the lotus as a water lily (Nymphaea), an entirely different plant.
Les effets du lotus bleu sont narcotiques et euphoriques, comme ceux du cannabis ou de la codéine, devenant légèrement hallucinogènes à des doses plus élevées.
The Ephedra plant belongs to the gnetum family (gnetaceae). It is an erect, broom-like shrub, 60 cm (2 ft) high. The leafless stems are pale green when young and olive brown with age. Male and female flowers are found on seperate plants.