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Article Dangerous leaves and urban myths Hits 12599 | Last Modified 2007-05-17
The Thornapple is a wonderfully woody and robust plant. It has long, bark covered branches and palm-sized hairy green leaves. Its flower is a huge, impressive white trumpet that seems to involve a great deal of effort on the plant's part to grow. It is, in short, a beautiful plant. We grew it in our home along with various other odd plants but it had a special place in our hearts. If I tell you that its Latin name is datura stramonium then some of you may understand why. Commonly known as Datura, the plant can produce some of the most psychoactive effects known to man. Some of the other names the plant goes by are: Mad apple, apple of Peru, devil's apple, devil's trumpet, devil's weed, stink weed, jimson weed, jamestown-weed, malpitte, moonflower and witch's thimble.
News Is chemicalhighs.co.uk a scam site? Hits 25833 | Last Modified 2007-05-17
Want to know about the website http://chemicalhighs.co.uk ? Thinking of ordering from www.chemicalhighs.co.uk ? Reviews of chemicalhighs.co.uk website? Read on before you buy...
Article The beginners guide to hash growing Hits 8764 | Last Modified 2007-05-17
This was downloaded from a BBS in the days before the internet and world-wide-web even existed. It sat as a print-out through my student years, helped several people raise incredible crops of cannabis, was responsible for the theft of a floodlight illuminating a cathedral (later replaced), was lost to dodgy folks for a year, then found, and sat in a case in my parents' attic for several years until now... now, I've scanned it in for the pleasure of all. Of course, if it is illegal to grow cannabis in your country, then you shouldn't really do it...
Article The Quest for Hashish Hits 6000 | Last Modified 2007-05-17
I met a strange man a few nights ago in a downtown bar - strange mainly because he seemed to be wearing home-made clothes and make-up. During the course of our chit-chat conversation I happened to ask him what he did for a living. 'I grow grass.' He said.


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