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List Of Barely Legal Botanical Entheogens
Warning: I'm not encouraging the illegal use of barely legal plants. I'm simply sharing the knowledge with you all and encouraging everyone to play it safe. IF you are interested in these substances, there are religious groups that have legal rights to them.
Ayahuasca is the name of both a single plant, and a tea made out of several plants common to Peru and the Amazon. There, shamans use it as a psychedelic ceremonial religious sacrament. The active constituents are a synergistic combination of MAOI's and DMT. DMT(schedule 1) takes many forms, and one such form is Psilocybin ( magic mushrooms ). Yes, they are both forms of DMT yet they are chemically slightly different. The effects are reported to be quit similar yet still quite different. Ayahuasca has a lot more potential negative side effects than its cousin the Psilocybin mushroom.
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Be fore warned, this plant can absolutely give you the most horrifying experience of your life. Just read about some experiences by individuals posted on the internet. Not all encounters with it are bad though. By the way, it's not wise to post your illegal activities on the internet. The information on this website is for informational purposes only, and there's nothing wrong with that. Rivea corymbosa is legal to grow, but that's about it.
Ololiuqui or Rivea corymbosa contains a series of Ergot like, and LSD-like phytochemical constituents. Did you know that they were literally researched by some of the first academics in the world to study LSD? Albert Hoffman later discovered that the LSD he accidentally invented had already existed in the plant kingdom for billions of years. Well, practically existed, because the naturally recurring constituents are slightly different, but virtually the same. It's hard to find the real deal but you can get them at Amazon here.
HBWR is closely related to Ololiuqui ( Rivea corymbosa ). They both contain the same fascinating constituents. Did you know that these plants were depicted in the motion picture, "The Wizard Of Oz"? I didn't read that anywhere, or hear it in an interview. It's not been stated by anyone from the production of the film. It's simply an observation of mine. I find the symbolism of the plant to be quite accurate in the movie. When Dorothy steps foot in 'Munchkin land', she realizes shes 'not in Kansas anymore'. This represents the entheogenic potential of Hawaiian Baby Woodrose. You can see them climbing up into the sky in this part of the film.
It's hard to find the real ones like it is with the corymbosa variety. This shop called Botanical Spirit has them, just not all the time. Governments and bankers have cut them off from credit card processing so they've turned to other means of payment options.
Chilean Holly is a plant that's been used by some far out shamanic cultures. It's used in certain Ayahuasca preparations. It's not very commonly known in the United States, but it's history of use dates back thousands of years. It can be potentially very dangerous tho, as can pretty much all of the plants listed in this particular article. It's said that it induces a 'dream-like' state of consciousness, not too far from that of Salvia. In Columbia, it's called Taique.
Seriously though it's not what you think and I highly suggest not using it. It contains a lot of the same potentially toxic and dangerous compounds found in Datura ( The Devils Weed ). They don't give it that nickname for no reason. In fact, it can probably kill you. People in other cultures who used this stuff really knew what they were doing, and have a 'balls to the wall' kind of attitude about things. It's sorta like "welcome to the jungle ****"!
Did you know that aside from Peyote, there are around 60+ other varieties of similar cacti? One such cactus is known as False Peyote. It was no stranger to the Native Americans who used it ceremonially. Its very similar to Peyote or San Pedro. It's known by the names of False Peyote, Living Rock, and Hikuli. This species should prove very fascinating to phytochemical researchers. It's very easy to grow, and requires little to no upkeep. Cacti cleanse the water, and produce oxygen. They are symbolic of protection, and teaching. Shamanic cultures viewed them as 'plant teachers'.
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