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Happy Terrance McKenna’s birthday all. Have a great day and if your up to nothing consider reading a book on entheogenic plants or perhaps Mycology. If your reading this then you have access to unlimi... View More
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Also the day Hoffman first synthesised LSD :0
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November 16, 2021 Edited
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"meaningful coincidence of two or more events where something other than the probability of chance is involved" - Definition of Synchronicity by Carl Jung 1f44f.png happy to have found my way here and looking forward to exchanging ideas and expanding knowledge together 270c.png
December 2, 2021
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News article about microdose potential benefits arranged by the team here in New Zealand. Really tasteful and factual for something making it onto local television. I’m involved with the book mentione... View More
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Happy birthday to psychologist and psychedelic researcher James Fadiman. Considered the progenitor of microdosing, who outlined the first frameworks for dosage and timing. Legend
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Here is something from the fungi harm reduction stuff i have been working on. It’s not prefect and some stuff isn’t quite inline with the original vision or my personal opinion, “a camel is a horse de... View More
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Just set up a group for Entheogenic gardeners. Come share your knowledge and show off what Entheogenic plants/cactus you can grow legally in your country! Here are some photos of my Salvia divinorum a... View More
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Nice one! I haven’t grown any myself. Hear they are pretty resilient plants, need much care? Thanks for sharing
April 23, 2021
David Hyde
My wife thinks it is weeds and urge me to take them out, to which I answered no those I beautiful, colourful poppies
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tell me more of these cactus please
April 24, 2021
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The larger ones in the photo are a San Pedro short spine crossbreed. San Pedro (Trichocereus pachanoi) are a mescaline producing cactus similar to peyote (Lophophora williamsii) difference is they are legal to grow in most countries and much faster growing but they don’t product as much alkaloids. “... View More
April 25, 2021 Edited
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First P. Weraroa sighting of the season and my beautiful squad of little fantails which helped me look (fantails like to follow people walking in the bush who kick up insects for them to eat, had a go... View More
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First Psilocybe subaeruginosa sighting of the season, winter is nearly upon us here. Had hoped to finish my series on last years New Zealand species finds but got busy doing some work putting together... View More
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Psilocybe Weraroa Part 2, in search of the true albino: during last years season here in New Zealand some either albino or sterile Weraroa started popping up and I started recording as much informat... View More
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Before posting p. Weraroa part 2 just wanted to share this. Some are the active mushrooms and some are poisonous Clavogatser virescens, and they can look a lot more similar then this(even previously k... View More
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For now until we pick up some new members I will be sharing some photos and info about some of the native species we have here in New Zealand, starting with the beautiful and unique mushroom from our ... View More
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Thank you there’s gills on them for sure. Here’s a picture of it.
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February 12, 2021
David Hyde
Here’s a beauty.
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February 12, 2021
HGN_NZ
Not sure about the first one (not as knowledgeable about fungi outside of my country) but the second looks like an ink cap. Coprinopsis picacea “magpie ink cap”. very beautiful, nice photo.
February 12, 2021
David Hyde
Coprinopsis sect Picacei
February 12, 2021
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