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ducednig
Bluelighter
  • May 15, 2011
  • #1
  • 2grams and it contained like 50 seeds.

    i always thought 2 grams of these seeds would be in the hundreds.
    i weighed them myself at home and i have a total of 10 grams and thats about 360 seeds total.

    i plan on taking them all tomorrow.
    but im still suspicious of the seed count and should i wash the seeds first with fresh water just incase there are chemical coatings? (i threw away the baggies so i couldnt read if the seeds were coated or not)

    and is 10 grams enough to get me a good trip?

    btw i have 0 experience with psychedics, maybe besides MDMA if that counts

    Solipsis
    Bluelight Crew
    • May 15, 2011
  • #2
  • read that first, in fact why not read the entire erowid vault first. And check out own thread on the subject here:
    http://www.bluelight.ru/vb/showthread.php?t=373027

    I would use the weight and not the number of seeds, seems smarter. And 10g is a strong to heavy i.e. very strong dose so no that does not sound like a good idea to me. Take a low to average one at most, if you have no experience yet you should always start low just in case.
    If I were you I would eat 3.5g first and see how that goes, then if you think it is a good idea some other time you can eat the 6.5g. Much better that way.

    Not sure if washing with water will work, it depends on whether the coating is water soluble. Brush them off way hard and/or use an oily solvent to try and dissolve a possible coating, then wash it off with soap and then wash away all of the soap with water. Obviously rinse it very very well otherwise you are eating soap.

    Consider a cold-water extraction, look up how that should be done. Also pre-grinding the seeds might be wise.

    PROZ4C
    Bluelighter
    • May 15, 2011
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  • I know you are a mod and these boards are about “harm reduction”.

    But I have tons of experience with morning glorys,

    3.5g is not going to be enough for anyone to trip, plain and simple.

    10g-20g is the range you want to be in.

    Solipsis
    Bluelight Crew
    • May 15, 2011
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  • Three reports I found (stopped looking further) that say you are wrong. It might not be extremely intense but I recommend against attempting to get a full trip right away, even with morning glories. Yes correct it is out of harm reduction. I don’t really care that there is a large chance that it will be pretty mild, there is always a next time. And if it turns out to be overwhelming at 10g that is not the best way to start off with your relationship with psychedelics.

    I forgot my first dose, it was such a long time ago. And it was not my first introduction to psychedelics.

    What is the rush. Have some patience.

    ducednig
    Bluelighter
    • May 15, 2011
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  • Solipsis
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  • shpongle1987
    Bluelighter
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  • Solipsis
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    • May 15, 2011
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  • shpongle1987
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  • shpongle1987
    Bluelighter
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  • Solipsis
    Bluelight Crew
    • May 15, 2011
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  • Please don’t create a new thread for anything you think of, we have a wonderful Big & Dandy thread to ask questions in and I can answer here for you as well. I have not closed this one because it is not that bad to get some fresh discussions going every once in a while but multiple on the same drug is just cluttering the forum. thanks.

    My answer: yes I have used them before, morning glories as well as hawaiian baby woodrose seeds as well as LSA-extract combined with herbs and vitamins in a pill, which I bought in a so-called smartshop.
    The pills worked pretty nice and had less side-effects. I think the trip is okay but kind of weird mentally and more dreamy than the clearheadedness of LSD. The body high is mighty though, I really liked the floaty feeling.

    Look up the LSH preparation using fresh peppermint, it sounds like a really interesting thing. That is what I would do if I had seeds and were tempted to go in any direction.

    Mixing with LSD does not sound bad but a little strange to me in the sense that it is sort of a mixed signal. I mean I don’t readily believe that they will synergize but they might, I do not know. If I were you I would choose either one of LSA-seeds, LSH preparation from them or LSD and just stick with that. On the other hand an experiment with a combination probably couldn’t hurt if you were so inclined to investigate that.

    so i went to walmart and saw a rack with HBMG seeds and it was packaged in a baggie that said 1.5~2grams and it contained like 50 seeds. i always thought 2…

    Morning Glory Seeds From Home Depot Are a Good Proxy for LSD (Until You Vomit)

    Teenagers are tripping on the natural LSD in plant seeds available at most nurseries. Teenagers are idiots.

    Last week, a Boston teenager was hospitalized after getting too high off plant seeds from a local Home Depot, prompting the store to pull the product from their shelves. One could argue that the kid deserves at least a little credit for his botanical acumen: Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose, and Sleepy Grass seeds contain a hallucinogenic compound that’s been getting humans lit for thousands of years. The desperate masshole was simply following in the footsteps of chemists past, including LSD discoverer Albert Hofmann, a seed-eater himself.

    But even budding chemists have to be careful. While it’s true the drug can induce acid-like hallucinations, it can also trigger serious nausea, stomach pains, and vomiting. It’s especially dangerous, researchers at Ohio University note, if you’re on MAOI-containing antidepressants, which — teenagers being teenagers — makes it very dangerous indeed.

    When Hofmann analyzed a packet of Mexican morning glory seeds given to him by a colleague in 1959, he noted that they contained a compound known as LSA (D-lysergic acid amide), a precursor chemical to the better-known hallucinogen LSD — hence, the seeds’ psychoactive effects. Hoffman’s colleague had sent him the seeds after seeing them used by in a shamanistic ceremony, a practice that has persisted in certain native Central American cultures for generations.

    As police officials in the Boston incident pointed out, “this is not a new phenomenon.” The Drug Enforcement Administration formally recognizes ergine — another name for LSA — as a Schedule III drug, having “moderate to low potential for physical and psychological dependence.” This classification puts LSA in the same class as codeine, ketamine, and anabolic steroids. For unknown reasons, it’s just much easier acquire.

    This is especially odd, considering how potent the compound’s effects can be. The drug gurus at Erowid note that although LSA is legally considered a depressant, it’s notably also “a very active hallucinogen/psychedelic.” It’s thought to be somewhere between one-tenth and one-twentieth as powerful as LSD, but because the dose of the compound present in plant seeds varies, it’s easy to overdo it. Erowid notes that a “starting dose” is typically 4-5 Hawaiian baby woodrose seeds or 20-25 morning glory seeds (seasoned recreational users take anywhere from 100-400 of the latter). Some users distill LSA out of the seeds using solvents such as methanol, ether, and dicholoromethane — potentially dangerous chemicals that can compound the drug’s effects.

    On BlueLight, a web forum dedicated to discussing controlled drugs, one user recounted eating eight Hawaiian baby woodrose seeds with alcohol, an experience that landed him in the hospital. Other users, praising the compound’s “dreamy” and “euphoric” psychedelic effects, note that it’s often not worth it to take because the LSA hangover is so terrible. While LSD is known to put users in a psychedelic headspace and induce a visual trip, LSA, it seems, triggers the same mental state but tends to make users nauseous.

    But when did the prospect of vomiting ever stop teenagers from trying to get fucked up? Morning glory seeds can be purchased from Home Depot for a dollar a packet and widespread media coverage is only popularizing the phenomenon. In response to the Boston incident, nurseries in Virginia are pulling the seeds from their shelves. Still, it’s unlikely American gardeners are going to give up the freedom to adorn their yards in resplendent baby blue, just because a bunch of high-seekers can’t buy acid tabs in back alleys like normal kids. LSA, for better or worse, is probably here to stay.

    Teenagers are tripping on the natural LSD in plant seeds available at most nurseries. Teenagers are idiots.