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The Opium Poppy is the source of all pharmaceutical opiates. It naturally produces these fascinating phytochemicals. It has been prized for centuries by various cultures around the globe. The ancient Chinese especially enjoyed it recreationally. It's been said that three bowls of pure opium a day was the dosage of an addict. The link above will redirect you to the Opium Poppy page.
This entheogenic species is also commonly referred to as "Wild Coffe". The catch is that it does not contain caffeine. Instead, this plant is closely related to Psychotria viridis, which is used in Shamanic rituals involving the sacred brew known as Ayahuasca. This unique combination of specific plants was used to induce heightened states of consciousness, tuning the human mind in to frequencies and wisdom un-attainable by standard levels of perception.
Peyote is an extremely intense psychedelic used in religious context by various cultures around the globe. The cactus species is very similar to the mighty San Pedro. Peyote is legal for the Native American Church in the USA. Not just anyone can legally consume or grow this cactus. Even someone who cultivates peyote for the Native American Church is required by law to obtain a legal registration on a yearly basis to do so. They must also comply with all other requirements set in place by the law.
Akuamma is phytochemically very similar to Kratom. When the DEA was threatening to ban it ( which isn't legal ), a lot of "alternatives" hit the open market. Not only it is very similar to Mitragyna speciosa, but it also shows striking similarities to Yohimbe.. Instead of Mitragynine, it contains "akuammine" and many others.
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