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Offline typonaut

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Ripoff or what?
« on: May 26, 2005, 10:54:17 PM »
   If you would like to get turned on to a "new" herbal mind spice, this herb may be for you. This rare plant is not known to grow in the wild, but has been cultivated for generations by the Mazatec Indians in Mexico. The Mazatecs consume fresh leaves for medicinal purposes and to induce visionary experiences. This sage/mint family herb can also be smoked or had as a tea, preferably in a totally dark room. Visions last for about 1/2 hour, then a Zen-like peace comes that lasts for about 12 hours. Some of the effects may be psychosomatic. Many users claim the herb enables them to gain some insight into other realms or into their own psyche. "Divine" Hallucinator is perfectly legal and has no negative side effects. However, you have to keep your gullibility and imagination under control, as the experiences are not necessarily real.
   "Divine" Hallucinator is only sold as a live plant for appr. $40. It only propagates from cuttings, perfers humidity, shade, cool to warm temperatures, and moist humus soil. The plant reaches a height of 3 ft. to 8 ft. and can easily be grown in large containers. Leaf production is considerable. Grow for personal use or sell to an untapped market.

From a catalog called Zine 22, Summer Quarter 2005, that came in the mail. The asterisk before the $6 price means that if you order from the catalog, you receive a referral to the source of more information.
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Offline TooStonedToType

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« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2005, 11:01:54 PM »
I don't if it is a rip off, but you could probably find a plant cheaper than that.
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« Reply #2 on: May 26, 2005, 11:05:26 PM »
Hm, it doesn't say anything about "Salvia divinorum" anywhere. I guess I'd just buy several tons and hope for the best.

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