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Kratom
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Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) is a member of the Coffee tree family. This plant contains many of the same alkaloids found in Chocolate and a series of alkaloids that effect the human opioid receptors.

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Frankincense (Boswellia carteri)
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Frankincense is prized for its essential oils which are believed to be medicinal and energetic. Oils are also used in the production of cosmetics and perfumes. Clinical aromatherapy uses it for skin diseases, respiratory and urinary tract infections, rheumatism, and even syphilis.




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Edible Lime (Calcium Hydroxide)

          Calcium Hydroxide has a million and one uses. For those interested in chemistry and phytochemistry, it's used to extract organic compounds from plants. If that's what you plan to do with it then it's up to you to make sure the alkaloids you wish to extract or increase the bioavilability of are legal. Fortunately, there are still certain compounds that exist in nature which are still legal. The war on drugs has left the safety of the population in the hands of careless drug lords, and big pharmaceutical companies. It's just bad news all the way around.


Phytochemistry is the study of the medicinal phytochemicals that plants create. They are pharmacological alkaloids, and they are what gives medicinal plants their therapeutic qualities. Monopolies are out to take control of the market on psychoactive and medicinal compounds. In many cases, these constituents originate from nature, like opiates. This is a great example of how plant based compounds are extracted from plants and sold around the world. It should be more about the purity, safety, education, experiences and benefits induced by these substances. Instead, it's all about the money. I say it's time for change. Exercise your right to influence the minds of the masses. Exercise your right to vote and petition corrupt laws out of existence.


This Calcium hydroxide is also called "limbux" or "slaked lime".[wikipedia] It's also been used in Betel Nut quids to increase the bio-availability of the plant alkaloids. Betel Nuts are a natural psychoactive stimulant. Most people don't realize that it also needs to be mixed with the Virola resin to make it active. It is also used in certain areas of the world to mix with Yopo Seeds.[bbb]


Lime can burn you if you don't know what you are doing. Use extreme caution! It's also not meant to be consumed. You must know what you're doing to utilize this stuff in any type of extraction process. This item and these statements are not intended to encourage dangerous or illegal behavior. It's simply for people who know what they are doing, and want to use it for legal and legitimate purposes.

Warning: Calcium Hydroxide Can Be Dangerous And Lethal If Consumed!

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References:

Phytochemistry. (2014, September 4). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 23:20, November 12, 2014, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Phytochemistry&oldid=624128079

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