Initiate fruiting. Take the plastic off of the pan and place it in your terrarium. Make sure you have
the temperature at about 75 F. Have some indirect light available. As pins start to develop, use a
hand sprayer to mist the casing and keep it moist. But be careful. Do not saturate it to the point
of being wet and having water drops that will not soak into the vermiculite.
After the first flush, you can get a smaller second and third flush if you let the substrate rest for a
while. There are a lot of factors affecting this. One particularly important factor is home much of
the first flush's moisture came from the substrate and how much came from the casing. If you
can mist your casing several times a day, that will help the longevity of your substrate.
Back to table of contents. SACRED MEXICAN MORNING GLORIES of two species (Rivea corymbosa and Ipomoea violacea)
provide Mexican Indians with hallucinogenic seeds. Although the morning glory family, Convolvulaceae,
has been important as the source of several medicines and many ornamentals, only in recent years has
it been discovered that some of the 1,700 temperate and tropical species contain highly intoxicating
principles. In other parts of the world the concentration of these principles may be higher than in the
Mexican morning glories, yet they seem never to have been used as hallucinogens.
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spirits as do many tribes with diverse plants hallucinog? nes.
An annual or biennial herb, to 2.5 feet high, with hairy, 3- to 8 inch long leaves. The flowers are 1
inch across, greenish-yellow with purple veins; they grow in spikes from June to September. The
seed capsule is filled with many pitted seeds. Naturalized infrequently across southern Canada
and the northern U.S. Grow Kit Mushrooms Mushrooms Kits
Most users of the psychoactive visionary mushrooms have very little knowledge of their scientific
names. Instead, they have given their favorite species local epithets which are commonly used
by those who collect and ingest them. Some of these popular names are also known and applied
by users outside of Australia and NZ.
"Magic Mushrooms" is the most common term applied to any mushroom which contains
psilocybine and/or psilocine. It was invented by a Life Magazine editor in l957 ( see Wasson,
l957). Psilocybe cubensis is known in Australia as "golden tops", "gold tops" or sometimes "gold
caps." The Australian epithets may have been given to this species by members of a local, drugusing
group of surfers which frequented the Gold Coast region of Eastern Australia; however,
some of these names have apparently been used to describe several different species of
Psilocybe by users in Australia (see Allen, 1997). As mentioned above, Psilocybe cubensis is not
known to occur in New Zealand. Info Salvia Jp Loc Nl