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December 28, 2013. Anyone know of a legal herb that produce same effects as opiates (http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message676 756/pg2)
kratom is the best legal plant with opiate-like properties. properly prepared it is not a big deal to ingest either. i've done a whole lot of this. check
December 11, 2013. Herbal Alternatives to Hydrocodone | LIVESTRONG.COM (http://www.livestrong.com/article/92558-herbal-alte rnatives-hydrocodone/)
16 Aug 2013 While not an opiate itself, kratom is a mu-opioid agonist that affects the Like hydrocodone, kratom has the potential to cause addiction and
December 29, 2013. purported opioid active herbs. hot damn. [Archive] - Opiophile.org (http://forum.opiophile.org/archive/index.php/t-8721 .html)
this months publication lists 4 possible opioid active plant materials. it did seem to have some kind of pleasurable effect vaguely similar to opioids I suppose. To me, the holy grail would be to find a legal plant that can stop
December 8, 2013. Legal Safe Opioid for Pain Relief - The Guardian Express (http://guardianlv.com/2013/09/legal-safe-opioid-for -pain-relief/)
10 Sep 2013 However, there is a legal, safe opioid found extremely effective for pain relief that including heroin and other not as well known morphine-like substances. and in effect, it is just the essence of the plant you are receiving.
December 24, 2013. SlowDown | Opium Alternative | Relaxant | Legal Downer - Party Pills (http://www.pills4party.com/slowdown.html)
All this components is approved by FDA, meaning it is legal to purchase, own herb with psychotropic effects very similar to opium like effect but this plant not
December 18, 2013. Should Kratom Use Be Legal?: Scientific American (http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm%3Fid% 3Dshould-kratom-be-legal)
30 Sep 2013 Like anything it can be abused but it is far less dangerous than the majority of prescription Prior to finding this plant, I was hopelessly dependent on opiates which no longer Too much - good effect but leads to addiction
December 21, 2013. Is Kratom the New "Bath Salts" or Just an Organic Pain Reliever with (http://www.forbes.com/sites/daviddisalvo/2012/09/22 /is-kratom-the-new-bath-salts-or-just-an-organic-pa in-reliever-with-euphoric-effects/)
22 Sep 2012 But, have you heard of the latest legal drug craze to hit a gas station near you? the leaves of the mitragyna speciosa tree, which look like large, smooth, It also carries with it a host of opiate side effects, including nausea,
December 12, 2013. Urban Dictionary: Kratom (http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php%3Fterm%3D Kratom)
This is an amazing legal high that is very similar to opiates and can even If this plant is used wisely and in moderation it can give you many different effects
December 6, 2013. Kratom plant used as recreational, and medicinal drug - Sun Sentinel (http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/2012-12-03/health/ fl-delray-kratom-recovery-20121130_1_drug-tests-pha rmaceutical-drugs-opiate)
3 Dec 2012 While used as a medicinal plant in some countries, in places like South. At high doses, however, the plant can produce effects similar to those of opiates Kratom is legal in the United States, but it has been placed on the
December 31, 2013. Plant Alternatives to Opiates/Amphetamines? - Drugs Forum (http://www.drugs-forum.com/forum/showthread.php%3Ft %3D25539)
Of course there are plants that give opiate-like effects. And paracelus you have a good point, legal bud is definately a joke and no two drugs
December 13, 2013. Kratom: The latest legal plant-based high | Fox News (http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/12/04/kratom-lat est-legal-plant-based-high/)
4 Dec 2013 Used as an opiate substitute, kratom contains no opiates of any kind Like all psychoactive substances, different dosages produce a range of effects Most moderate users find the plant pleasant and experience no ill effects.
December 20, 2013. Kratom - The opiate Users Alternative - Treatment4Addiction (http://www.treatment4addiction.com/drugs/other/krat om/)
Information about a new synthetic opiate-like drug that is growing popular for those seeking a legal form of substance mimicking drugs such as spice, salvia, bath abundant substance in the plant, is reported to have stimulant-like effects at
December 16, 2013. Kratom: Some Say the Latest "Legal Drug" Is a Harmless Herbal (http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/2011-08-04/news/krat om-some-say-the-latest-legal-drug-is-a-harmless-her bal-tonic-the-dea-says-it-s-far-more-sinister/)
4 Aug 2011 At first glance, the dark green leaves of the Mitragyna speciosa tree look no more reports that kratom showed opiate-like effects (such as analgesia and cough The withdrawal is described as similar to opiate withdrawal.".
December 25, 2013. Legal intoxicant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legal_intoxicant)
The seeds of the plant contain the alkaloid LSA (ergine), which is a chemical It can produce effects similar to those of the controlled substances PCP and ketamine. Most opioids are not legal for over the counter purchase; However, some
December 17, 2013. what legal plants are most proven to have opiate like effects? (http://www.entheogen-network.com/forums/viewtopic.p hp%3Ff%3D10%26t%3D12064)
I wanted to check to see if I am aware of all the legal plants most commonly known to have opiate like effects: Kratom (contains
December 27, 2013. Legal Opium Like Legal-High? Is it a Research Chemical or an Plant (http://www.legalhighsforum.com/archive/index.php/t- 1572.html)
Now, previously the only legal thing close to opium that I had heard of was opium me if someone had found a chemical that produces an opiate-like high. Not sure about painkillin effects but it does give a nice mellow high.
December 14, 2013. The Rush to Prohibit Kratom by Brendan Kiley - Seattle Features (http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/the-rush-to-proh ibit-kratom/Content%3Foid%3D13321119)
11 Apr 2012 Kratom is a leaf from Southeast Asia that produces opiatelike effects, When you find it at head shops in Seattle, it looks like loose-leaf tea or lets keep this plant legal by watching what we say about it, because to a non
December 26, 2013. Legal Natural Narcotic Effect Pain Relief Benefits Well Being (http://jennyblog.hubpages.com/hub/legal-pain-releif)
26 Dec 2008 Legal Natural Narcotic Effect Pain Relief Benefits Well Being Well what I am going to be writing about here is a plant which is indigeonous to However, like all pain relievers (prescription or otherwise), you can get a
December 10, 2013. Psychoactive Plants (http://faculty.unlv.edu/landau/psychoactiveplants.h tm)
Native to Middle East ; now grown legally and illegally throughout much of the Often crepe paper-like. Opium may be eaten, and the effects are more diffuse.
December 7, 2013. Opium Made Easy | Michael Pollan (http://michaelpollan.com/articles-archive/opium-mad e-easy/)
1 Apr 1997 Hence my warning: if you have any desire to grow opium poppies, you skills to obtain a narcotic from a plant grown in this country from legally available seeds. This certainly didn't sound like the effects of a placebo.
December 22, 2013. Kratom: a unique leaf with stimulant and opiate-like effects | The (http://www.thepoisonreview.com/2012/03/23/kratom-a- unique-leaf-with-stimulant-and-opiate-like-effects/)
23 Mar 2012 MSNBC reported Tuesday on the "legal high" kratom, which is being This tree is related to the plants that produce coffee. to have primarily stimulant effects; higher doses have opiate-like depressant and sedative actions.
December 30, 2013. Not Bad If You're Into Opiates - Erowid (http://www.erowid.org/experiences/exp.php%3FID%3D36 932)
5 Oct 2004 Hence, Kratom is legal, while posessing effects of the illegal opiates. This man described Kratom as very like opium, and he was *right*. As an indication and reassurance that this plant is effective, I have actually gotten
December 15, 2013. Kratom, an plant with Opiate-like effects. The Risks and Benefits (http://www.pharmacyreviewer.com/forum/other-drugs-h ealth-issues/17673-kratom-plant-opiate-like-effects -risks-benefits-personal-experience.html)
It is widely available to order over the internet, and is currently legal in the The withdrawals are no fun and very similar to opiate withdrawals,
December 19, 2013. All You Need to Know About Kratom - Testcountry.com (http://www.testcountry.com/wiki/kratom.html)
Kratom is an herbal leaf from a tree of the Rubiaciae family. It was first The leaves of the kratom tree contain alkaloids like mitragyne that has opiate like effects.
December 9, 2013. Legal Psychoactive Plants - Taimapedia (http://www.taimapedia.org/index.php%3Ftitle%3DLegal _Psychoactive_Plants)
2 Jul 2012 Kratom - Opioid plant, produces atypical effects that vary depending on somewhat similar to LSD but much less potent and produces effects
December 23, 2013. Purported legal highs - RationalWiki (http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Purported_legal_highs)
19 Dec 2013 Most frequently they are claimed to have similar effects to marijuana. " bananadine", which would produce a brief marijuana-like high when smoked. Sinicuichi is a brew formed from plants of the genus Heimia and was used Codeine is an opiate which is the active ingredient in some strong cough