BayBean Canavalia Rosea Bay Bean was traditionally smoked for a mellowing effect. This is a rare ethnobotanical that you will not find for grabs often. Some of it's other names are; beach-bean, jackbean, maunaloa, puakauhi, wonderbean, and Friol de Playa.
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Pure organic Menthol Crystals are chemicals produced by plants in the mint family. They are the active ingredient in menthol cigarettes, cough drops, and other over-the-counter medication. Of course, none of these menthol laced pharmacy products give you the raw power of pure menthol. :)
Osha root is prized by Native Americans for treating many ailments. The Zuni people also use an infusion of the root for body aches. In ceremonies that involve healing, the root is also chewed by the tribes medicine man. It's also used by modern herbalist for sore throats. I've added it to some homemade infusions for use in a Vicks Vaporizer machine, and it works great. Learn much more about Osha root here.
Opium Lettuce is an opiate like herb that was used by the Native Americans. There have been phytochemical analysis of the pharmacological constituents that it produces. Don't be fooled by those who claim there is no scientific inquiry into medicinal plants. There is an entire branch of chemistry dedicated to the study of plant based medicin. Learn much more about Opium Lettuce here.
The Opium poppy itself was used in ancient times by cultures who did not prohibit the use of this plant as a medicine. Today, drug companies extract the active pharmacological alkaloids from it for profit. They won't allow people to cultivate and use this medicine on their own. The seeds are still legal, and have been utilized by holistic practicioners. Be weary tho because the seeds can cause you to test positive for opiates on a drug test, including heroin. Learn much more about Poppies here.
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