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A psychedelic experience is characterized by the perception of aspects of one's mind previously unknown, or by the creative exuberance of the mind liberated from its ordinary fetters. Psychedelic states are one of the stations on the spectrum of experiences elicited by psychedelic substances. On that same spectrum will be found hallucinations, distortions of perception, synaesthesia, altered states of awareness and mystical states.

The plants seeds and herbs on this page all have psychedelic qualities and many have been used by civilisations for thousands of years to envoke insightful visions.

 Shamanic Yopo Powder           Size: 1g                                              Price: £18

This powder, from the seeds of the Anadenanthera colubrina genus, has an extremely long history of human, & shamanic, use.

It was taken as a snuff & prepared more or less in the way it comes to you. A standard prise would have been around the 150 mg mark, according to Harris & Grimes, 1972.

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Yopo powder

 Organic Salvia Divinorum Leaf         Size: 5g                                             Price: £12

The plant is grown by the Mazatec indigenous people of the Oaxaca mountains of southern Mexico in isolated, moist, and secret plots. It has been used as an entheogen by their shamans for centuries for healing during spirit journeys.
Dry leaves can be smoked in a pipe but most users prefer the use of a water pipe to cool the smoke. Vaporizing is another method, by far this can be the most effective. Since there is no smoke you can inhale a lot more mist of the salvia.  more info

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salvia divinorum extract

 Galangal (dried root slices or powder)         Size: 50g                                    Price: £12

Kaempferia galanga is used as an hallucinogen in New Guinea. Throughout the range of this species, the highly aromatic rhizome is valued as a spice to flavor rice, and also in folk medicine as an expectorant and carminative. A tea of the leaves is employed for sore throat, swellings, rheumatism, and eye infections.

Beyond the high content of essential oil in the rhizome, little is known of the chemistry of the plant. Hallucinogenic activity might possibly be due to constituents of the essential oils.

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galangal powder

 Hawaiian Baby Woodrose (seeds)          Size: 10 seeds                                 Price: £18

Hawaiian Baby Woodrose (Argyreia nervosa), not to be confused with the Hawaiian Woodrose (Merremia tuberosa), is a perennial climbing vine, also known as Elephant Creeper and Woolly Morning Glory.

Native to the Indian subcontinent and introduced to numerous areas worldwide, including Hawaii, Africa and the Caribbean, it can be invasive, although is often prized for its aesthetic value. The seeds of the plant are sometimes used as a legally obtainable hallucinogen.

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 45x Passion Flower Extract        Size: 3g                                                Price: £18

The fresh or dried leaves of Passion Flower are used to make an infusion, a tea that is used to treat insomnia, hysteria, and epilepsy, and is also valued for its painkilling properties. 

MaracujŠ (P. edulis) and a few other species are used in Central and South America for similar purposes. P. Incarnata has aromatase properties due to the presence of two flavonoid compounds: chrysin and benzoflavone moiety, the latter being more potent

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 Dried Kawakawa (Macropiper excelsum)      Size: 10g                               Price: £18

This plant is becoming popular as an alternative smoking herb. It is said to have a rich euphoric smoke that is very pleasant.
The active constituents were first identified by BRIGGS (1941) as the allyl benzene essential oils myristicin and elemicin. The leaves and terminal branchlets contain about 0.1% essential oil by steam distillation, composed of up to 41.3% myristicin, about 3.1% elemicin as well as minor amounts of pinene, phellandrene, aromadendrene, cadinene and other unidentified compounds (BRIGGS et al. 1975).

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