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Salvia Divinorum Guide: Effects, Uses, Legality and Safety

Salvia divinorum is a perennial herb with psychedelic properties found in the mint family (Lamiaceae). This family contains many commonly-used edible herbs such as basil, rosemary, oregano, sage, thyme, and lavender. Besides simply “Salvia”, S. divinorum is known by many common names in the West, including Diviner’s Sage, Lady Salvia, Sally-D, and Magic Mint.  Salvia …

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CBD User’s Manual

It’s no longer a question of whether medical marijuana works – today the key question is how to use cannabis for maximum therapeutic benefit. But most health professionals have little experience in this area. So Project CBD has created a CBD User’s Manual for patients that addresses key questions about cannabidiol and cannabis therapeutics.

The Magickal Oil of Hashish

I believe that early Christians and ancient European shamans made use of cannabis. We are just beginning to relearn what these people knew;
cannabis oil is a magical substance capable of healing a variety of maladies.

High on Health: CBD in the Food Supply

CBD is a molecular component of the cannabis plant. If just 10% of what research doctors are now saying about CBD is true, then this is a discovery with significance similar in medical impact to the discovery of antibiotics. Soon you will hear doctors (not just cannabis physicians) advising their patients to “exercise, and get your CBD.”

Brooklyn Welcomes 1st Ever NYC “Permaculture Festival”

“Come
find the others” at NYC’s 1st ever “Permaculture Festival” at the Old
Stone House, in Park Slope. Permaculture veteran, Claudia Joseph, will be our
host for the day as we learn new skills for healing the earth and
ourselves, eat delicious food, connect with others and celebrate the fall
harvest!

An Industry Emerges: The Rise of Medical Marijuana

The market for medicinal cannabis was estimated to be $1.7 billion in 2011. Like health food and hip-hop, cannabis was going corporate. As a wave of newbies began to challenge the old guard, movement veterans recalled the days before Proposition 215. "A lot of people want to cash in but they don't have an appreciation of what it took to get here. They don't know the history."

Two Psychedelic Conferences a World Apart

Over the course of two consecutive weekends, I flew between
Entheogenesis Australis (EGA), Australia's premier gathering of
psychedelic pioneers, and Cartographie Psychedelica, a California-based
conference celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Multidisciplinary
Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). These are some of my
observations.

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