Kratom allergies

February 21, 2017 0 Comments Have you ever wondered if you or someone you know suffers from kratom allergies? There are many types of allergens in the world, and many of those allergens are plants Read More
What is Wormwood?

What is Wormwood?

February 21, 2017 0 Comments Artemisia absinthium, also known as wormwood, was named after the Greek goddess Artemis. All forms of Artemisia are considered sacred to Artemis, but wormwood and mugwort were favored by her Read More
What is Scullcap?

What is Scullcap?

February 21, 2017 0 Comments The name skullcap isn’t exactly a welcoming one, but don’t let it turn you away. The common name skullcap comes from the Latin name for this herbs genus, Scutellaria, and Read More
Medical or Recreational Marijuana: Where the Law Is Leading People

Medical or Recreational Marijuana: Where the Law Is Leading People

August 31, 2015 0 Comments What followed recreational cannabis regulation laws? Rather where the regulation of recreational marijuana is leading businesses and customers (and maybe policymakers, states and other concerned groups)? Is regulation, any good? Read More

Two New Legal Highs being Discovered Every Week

August 4, 2015 0 Comments Legal Highs can be defined as New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) which are not yet considered illegal but the effects created by the same are more or less similar to that Read More
Myristica Fragrans (Nutmeg)–‘Not the Spice You Know’

Myristica Fragrans (Nutmeg)–‘Not the Spice You Know’

July 28, 2015 0 Comments A herb from the Maluku Islands, Myristica fragrans is one of the most remarkable spice plants that has been used centuries ago, especially two main products, mace and nutmeg, and Read More
7 Dangerous Drugs of the Modern World

7 Dangerous Drugs of the Modern World

July 24, 2015 2 Comments Of all the substances around, what can be the most dangerous? We’ve researched and consulted some sources, and below are we’ve come up with. There are numerous researches and studies Read More
Patients Use Kratom to Manage Fibromyalgia Pain

Patients Use Kratom to Manage Fibromyalgia Pain

July 23, 2015 0 Comments Florida- It has been a while since kratom has taken the spotlight of attention, roughly in 2004, although it first appeared in the 19th century (Western Literature). And for many Read More
Psilocybe Cubensis — the Golden Teacher

Psilocybe Cubensis — the Golden Teacher

July 22, 2015 0 Comments Known as a psychedelic, the Psilocybe cubensis, also called the Golden Teacher, cubes or Gold Caps, comes with active compounds psilobin and psilocybin. These mushrooms are either reddish-cinnamon brown or Read More

Your World at Its Extreme (Best or Worst) with Kratom

June 18, 2015 0 Comments We recently published ‘What are Kratom extracts?’But we just thought this miracle, trendy internet drug may be so popular that we should follow up and dig deeper into what makes Read More
Silene Capensis — the African Dream Root

Silene Capensis — the African Dream Root

June 10, 2015 0 Comments Also called Undiela Zimhlophe, African Dream Root and Ubulawu, Silene Capensis is a perennial herb believed to possess dream-inducing properties (oneirogenic). It’s considered sacred by Xhosa people of the Eastern Read More
What You Should Know about Diplopterys Cabrerana

What You Should Know about Diplopterys Cabrerana

June 10, 2015 0 Comments Formerly named Banisteria rusbyana when it was discovered and now also called Oco-yagè, Yaji, Chagropanga and Chaliponga, Diplopterys Cabrerana is a tropical vine with leaves producing the popular DMT and Read More

Which Is the Most ‘Productive’ Work Drug?

June 10, 2015 0 Comments Who is the most productive drug user group (pot heads, opiod/opiate users or cocaine addicts, etc)? This is an interesting question, yet is a hard one to get a specific Read More
Yopo —The Traditional (but Effective) Herbal High Yesterday for Today

Yopo —The Traditional (but Effective) Herbal High Yesterday for Today

June 10, 2015 0 Comments Scientifically called Anadenanthera peregrina, A. peregrina, also called yopa, parica, yopo, una de gato (cat’s claw) hataj and cohoba, among others, possess hallucinogenic properties, with first reported use dated back Read More
Your Basic Guide to the Bolivian Torch Cactus

Your Basic Guide to the Bolivian Torch Cactus

June 9, 2015 0 Comments Trichocereus bridgesii, which is synonymous to Echinopsis lageniformis, is a fast-growing columnar cactus that can branch at its base and can grow from two to five meters tall. It’s known Read More
Morning Glory — Nature’s Gift of Euphoria

Morning Glory — Nature’s Gift of Euphoria

May 31, 2015 1 Comment Morning Glory is one of the most precious entheogens across cultures and nations. It’s valued for its laxative properties in China, amazing beauty in Japan (9th century) and hallucinogenic properties Read More

The Zombie Drug—Krokodil, But Why A Name?

May 31, 2015 1 Comment Desomorphine, the medical name for Russia’s very own version of cheap heroin, is a cocktail of iodine, codeine-containing medication, paint thinner, red phosphorus, hydrochloric acid and lighter fuel. It is Read More
Blue Lotus—the New (but Old) Entheogen for the Modern Shaman

Blue Lotus—the New (but Old) Entheogen for the Modern Shaman

May 23, 2015 0 Comments Blue Lotus, formally known as Nymphaea caerulea and called Sacred Blue Lily of the Nile, is distinguishable for its light blue flowers and for its influence in the Ancient Egypt. Read More
Kanna — the Mood-Altering, Happiness Herb for You

Kanna — the Mood-Altering, Happiness Herb for You

May 14, 2015 3 Comments A psychoactive herb native to Southern Africa, Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum) has a long use history reported to possess mood enhancing, appetite suppressing and emphatogenic properties.  When taken in conjunction with Read More
Calea Zacatechichi — the Dream Herb

Calea Zacatechichi — the Dream Herb

May 8, 2015 1 Comment Calea zacatechichi, also called Leaf of God, Dream Herb or Bitter Grass, is a medium-sized hallucinogenic herb used by the Chontal Indians before sleeping to increase dream recall and to Read More
Hawaiian Baby Woodrose — the Graceful (but Fierce) Psychoactive

Hawaiian Baby Woodrose — the Graceful (but Fierce) Psychoactive

May 3, 2015 0 Comments Argyreia nervosa, also called elephant creeper, woolly morning glory but most popularly Hawaiian baby woodrose, is a psychedelic perennial climbing vine distinguished for its white trumpet-shaped flowers and heart-shaped leaves. Read More
What are kratom extracts?

What are kratom extracts?

April 30, 2015 0 Comments Kratom extracts come in several forms such as powders, oils and tinctures, and hard resins. Extracts can easily be spotted by name alone; they typically include the name of, or Read More
Salvia Divinorum: ‘Not Your Typical Party Drug (And Actually Not)’

Salvia Divinorum: ‘Not Your Typical Party Drug (And Actually Not)’

April 30, 2015 0 Comments Used widely by Mexican shamans as an ally in experiencing higher realms, salvia divinorum (S. divinorum) is a member of the Lamiaceae family and is native to Oaxaca, Mexico. The Read More
How High Can You Fly with ‘Fly Agaric’ (Amanita Muscaria)?

How High Can You Fly with ‘Fly Agaric’ (Amanita Muscaria)?

April 30, 2015 3 Comments A very common mushroom in Western North America, Asia, Europe and Siberia, Amanita muscaria, also known fly agaric, grows under fir, oak, birch and spruce (scattered, solitary, in large rings Read More
What You Should Know about GHB

What You Should Know about GHB

April 29, 2015 0 Comments Also called G, Gina, Grievous bodily harm and GBH, GHB (along with GBL) is a downer, a depressant drug, with the capability of slowing down the body and its functions. Read More
Ayahuasca — Gateway to the Other World

Ayahuasca — Gateway to the Other World

April 25, 2015 4 Comments What is ayahuasca? A plant mixture (often in the form of tea) composed of the Banisteriopsis caapi (main ingredient) and either chagropanga or chacruna (secondary ingredient) is claimed to induce Read More
Kava and Its Potent Healing Properties

Kava and Its Potent Healing Properties

April 23, 2015 0 Comments Known to be a part of South Pacific island tradition for thousands of years, Kava Kava or simply Kava (Piper methysticum), has been taken as a special drink (can be Read More
The ‘Plant of the Gods’ — San Pedro Cactus

The ‘Plant of the Gods’ — San Pedro Cactus

April 23, 2015 0 Comments San Pedro Cactus (Trichocereus pachanoi), as it has been called for thousands of years, is known as huachuma, Cactus of the Four Winds or Saint Peter’s Cactus. Throughout history, it’s Read More
What You Should Know about Gamma Butyrolactone (GBL)

What You Should Know about Gamma Butyrolactone (GBL)

April 23, 2015 2 Comments Also called ‘geeb’ in slang and ‘gamma butyrolactone,’ officially, GBL is a clear liquid solvent marketed and sold on the grey market as a GBL cleaner, rust remover or alloy Read More
Your General Guide to Poppers and Its Effects

Your General Guide to Poppers and Its Effects

April 23, 2015 0 Comments Known as a part of club culture in the 70s and 80s and rave scenes in the 90s, poppers were very popular legal highs back then. They are any liquid Read More