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Convolvulus arvensis (field bindweed)

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- Wed, 28 Aug 2019 22:08:13 EST wrHgZx+r No.158231
File: 1567044493892.jpg -(424851B / 414.89KB, 825x550) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Convolvulus arvensis (field bindweed)
Just found out Convolvulus arvensis (field bindweed) contains tropane alkaloids. I'm NOT referenceing LSA or related alkaloids that are associated with other morning glories such as heavenly blue and I. Tricolor. Bindweed contains several alkaloids, including pseudotropine, and lesser amounts of tropine, tropinone, and meso-cuscohygrine.

I'm gonna paste an experience posted on the drug gardening subcirclejerk below.

"I've had a few glowing experiences on tropane alkaloids. Mainly from bindweed. Maybe the alkaloid diversity/bias is different in different tropane plants.

One day me and 3 others took a lot. We remember very little. Everything gets super dark and contrasty, almost campfire looking. And our vision would get blurry and glowy. Eventually our vision would get really zoomed in and kinda stayed that way for the most intense portions of the trip.

Physically it was relatable to when I took too much dxm gels. The dry mouth was unlike traditional cottonmouth. The only way you'd be comfortable with it is knowing that it's a very typical side effect. Swallowing was difficult and it was best to engage is distractions and sipping a water bottle the entirety of the trip. While remembering to piss, which is suddenly incredibly hard to accomplish for reasons I'll never understand. Also, the level of disorientation and moments of balance, coordination, and motor function issues steadily grew until the peak of the trip, which had a really long plateau that lasted all night. After waking up we all felt groggy, and still slightly disoriented and with some minor vision disturbances.

Aside from all that it was great. We mixed it with a little morning Glory and had a really great time with moments of plain 'dead-brainness' to moments of insanity and joyous laughter and falling and laughing so hard we'd fall some more. After smoking some weed the effects only intensified and shortly after started having shared experiences and visuals and even purported moments of what could only be telepathic mechanics. Much deep conversation ended the night, the likes of which I'll never remember. We all barely remember a thing.

This is just what I remember of one night."

And some links from bluelight.
https://www.bluelight.org/xf/threads/bindweed-trip-reports-needed-from-flowers-vine-and-leaves.797549/

https://www.bluelight.org/xf/threads/bindweed-convolvulus-arvensis-unknown-substance-in-bindweed-five-vines.797388/


I just thought it was super interesting and I'm thinking of experimenting but I'm not 100% sure yet. Anyone else heard of this? I thought this would be a good place to start up a discussion. This is a plant in the same order as datura and brugmansia. Again this has absolutely nothing to do with LSA and the seeds aren't consumed like with other morning glories.
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Eugene Hinnermork - Fri, 30 Aug 2019 15:43:15 EST d9724Fir No.158238 Reply
>>158236
Arvensis, a Latin adjective meaning in the fields. And it is in the family Convolvulaceae coming from Classical Latin convolvere, to roll together from com-, together + volvere, to roll, it's a reference to the winding, climbing vines.
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Rebecca Dettingham - Sun, 08 Sep 2019 03:58:45 EST ZFaA4EtV No.158277 Reply
>>158231
That's interesting anon. Have you ever done datura, and if so, how did the experience compare?
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Cedric Shakefield - Mon, 09 Sep 2019 23:50:27 EST PvsdU+Wn No.158289 Reply
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>>158277
I've personally never done bind weed or datura, I just study them but am looking forward to one day experimenting. Carefully of course.

Datura

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- Sun, 17 Mar 2019 18:44:14 EST tG3H3F9I No.157557
File: 1552862654974.jpg -(257514B / 251.48KB, 1200x1740) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Datura
When I inevitably take Datura, how can I consume it in a way that's least likely to kill me, considering the huge variations in potency? Eat seeds? Chop up seeds, flower etc very finely to evenly distribute the poison and then try to dose it, small amounts at a time over multiple days? I heard making tea is a no no
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Cyril Neblingmog - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 11:37:41 EST FB2vJx0A No.158217 Reply
>>158215
I am OP, my plants >>157961 and >>157962 rotted for some reason, they didn't grow much more at all from those pictures and just stagnated for a month or two before wilting, I don't know why as I watered them frequently, anyone have any ideas? I'll try growing a sapling
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Hedda Gapperfure - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 12:45:20 EST 7WsjIFDr No.158218 Reply
>>158217
What kind of soil did you use?
If I remember correctly they like sandy soil that lets the water drain through easily. Might have been the earth was simply too moist? Did you ever lift the inner pot out of the larger one to see if it was standing in undrunk water?
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Phyllis Fuffingchet - Fri, 30 Aug 2019 14:37:55 EST miRKdCsp No.158237 Reply
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>>158218
>If I remember correctly they like sandy soil that lets the water drain through easily.
If this is the case, you can use premade cactus soil. Available in all garden centers and the like. Probably some flowershops as well.

I planted a few seeds of Brugmansia Arborea and Datura Stramonium a few weeks ago. Followed online instructions, but none have sprouted yet. A friend of mine planted a few D. Stramonium. and he now has 5 flowering plants.

Music

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- Mon, 12 Aug 2019 22:42:08 EST 1r/XAYIR No.158158
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anyone got any good reccomendations for music to listen to while im on like 800mg DPH?
first im gonna listen to Faces by Mac Miller and then some Tyler The Creator stuff. would like some more reccomendations though
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Nicholas Sushnork - Thu, 29 Aug 2019 02:19:15 EST DGl+OaeD No.158233 Reply
>>158229
>Beatles

it's a cover, but i can't tell you how many times i've listened to this song on DXM+DPH/Dox

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gp6Wc9IQ1w0

Also

>The fact that so many books still name the Beatles as "the greatest or most significant or most influential" rock band ever only tells you how far rock music still is from becoming a serious art. Jazz critics have long recognized that the greatest jazz musicians of all times are Duke Ellington and John Coltrane, who were not the most famous or richest or best sellers of their times, let alone of all times. Classical critics rank the highly controversial Beethoven over classical musicians who were highly popular in courts around Europe. Rock critics are still blinded by commercial success. The Beatles sold more than anyone else (not true, by the way), therefore they must have been the greatest. Jazz critics grow up listening to a lot of jazz music of the past, classical critics grow up listening to a lot of classical music of the past. Rock critics are often totally ignorant of the rock music of the past, they barely know the best sellers. No wonder they will think that the Beatles did anything worthy of being saved.
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Augustus Sacklestock - Thu, 29 Aug 2019 23:41:45 EST TevwxuEO No.158234 Reply
ozzy - spiders is some of the /del/ist shit

Meclizine & Mirtazapine

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- Fri, 19 Apr 2019 23:32:52 EST 7n6c7XLc No.157691
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>Method and reasoning
Taking Mirtazapine (an antihistamine antidepressant, Remeron) and Meclizine (nondrowsy Dramamine, Bonine) should interact with each other, as they both have dopamine affinities (Meclizine is an antagonist, while Mirtazapine is an agonist). This results in mixed agonist/antagonist dopamine activity. This effect creates delirium at a much lower dose than usually needed.
>Dosage
Meclizine: 25mg (taken under tongue aka. sublingually)
Mirtazapine: 30mg (swallowed as pill)
>Subjective effects
A heavy, but controllable, delirium is the result. Phantom arms, phones, cigarettes, and other common features happen regularly while some unpleasant ones (unspeakable horrors) may definitely occur too.
Due to the incredible potency of the combination, a first time try for any person should entail using only 12.5mg Meclizine, as it is the lever for how deep the delirium will be. Dreams will most likely (50% in my experience) be vivid and abstract.

Word of caution, don't overdo it. I found this out accidentally when I took 50mg Meclizine for nausea along with my nighttime dose of Mirtazapine and I was diving very deep into delirium for a while. The dreams are wonderful, but the hangover is not suitable for anyone who has to get up early.
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George Blazzleville - Tue, 23 Jul 2019 12:29:02 EST //m+NJJc No.158088 Reply
>>157715
i actually prefer mirtazapine to ambien. ambien just makes me tired. mirtazapine gives me an interesting body buzz and a really chill feeling. love it
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Archie Billingman - Wed, 28 Aug 2019 18:41:49 EST vdcVn/i6 No.158227 Reply
>>158085
>actually giving a shit whether someone tripfags or not

fuck outta here karen

name change

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- Sat, 24 Aug 2019 02:25:51 EST cch/FJ8S No.158208
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why are we called /deli/ now?

dxm + dph + amanitas

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- Sun, 25 Aug 2019 11:26:34 EST h19ArrG+ No.158216
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anyone else have experience with this awesome combination?

i've only tried a few times and it's so interesting how they interact. i had the idea because the worst effects of amanitas come from an nmda agonist and a muscarine agonist, and while i know pharmacology can be a lot more complicated than just looking at it like that it seems almost too perfect. the side effects include things like muscle spasms and sweating/salivating but through literally the opposite mechanisms that cause relaxation on dxm and dryness on dph. the end result seems to be all of the coolest psychological effects of all three drugs but less dryness from the dph and less neuropathic side effects from the amanitas.

but i'm asking cause i've only tried this in really small doses so far, with my highest combo dose being 300mg dph 300mg dxm and 3g amanita (random pointless fact about me, i have severe ocd and whenever i take drug combos i have to have numerical relation between doses to feel comfortable), which messed my memory up something fierce at the peak but strongly reduced all of the things i dislike about any of those drugs on their own. muscarine and muscimol seem to lower heart rate/blood pressure, or at least dissociate me from the sensation like classic dissociatives can so that it doesn't bother me, muscarine reverses the dryness, and as far as my experiments have concluded adding dxm reduces neuropathic side effects. like without dxm added I literally couldn't hold anything in my hands for more than a minute without suddenly and involuntarily throwing whatever i was holding, while also making me relaxed and uncaring enough that i just kept trying to do things over and over thinking maybe ill be able to do it right this time and (insert shocked pikachu face) getting the same exact result, but i would just keep trying over and over for some reason lol. but that was from about 10 - 15g of amanitas which is more than i've ever taken with dph and/or dxm, so i'm curious if anyone else has tried higher doses and if they've had similar results.

Looking for specific trip report

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- Tue, 09 Jul 2019 16:07:11 EST gFuLmv9H No.158042
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Hey kids.

I'm looking for this very specific trip report, you folks might know the one.

It involved these like 4 kids in the backwoods of Louisiana and they mixed nightshade and datura, i believe. It's ssssssuuuuuuuuupppppeeeeerrrrrrrr long. I remember there was an image or PDF of the full report that had a datura flower on it. It was notorious on this board a few years back.

Thanks in advance.

Pic unrelated
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Grishutkin - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 12:59:39 EST 3aRhoRg7 No.158210 Reply
>>158194
Did you have/still have any lingering psychological effects or HPPD from that trip?
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David Hezzlewater - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 21:43:41 EST M/nTlCFp No.158211 Reply
>>158210

Nope. Hate to ruin a /del/ legend but this was a work of fiction, mostly cobbled together from Datura trip reports from Erowid. I remember being surprised that no one called me out when I originally posted it.

what

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- Wed, 14 Aug 2019 06:58:16 EST nuK3j/+I No.158172
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what
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David Debbleridge - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 03:53:14 EST 0BCfEQ5o No.158185 Reply
>>158172
Migga wtf are you trying to say here exactly?
User is currently banned from all boards
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Grishutkin - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 17:21:11 EST 3aRhoRg7 No.158187 Reply
>>158185
Is "Migga" an abbreviation for "My nigga", or did you just simply misspell "nigga"?

is this datura

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- Mon, 19 Aug 2019 05:53:40 EST hn0cmuMB No.158190
File: 1566208420957.jpg -(3446170B / 3.29MB, 4032x3024) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. is this datura
I found this at my location. Is it datura? If so how do I use it?
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Cyril Wezzletidge - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 10:25:20 EST 7WsjIFDr No.158192 Reply
It´s kinda hard to make out cause of the weird photo angle, but were the flowers pointing down when you clipped them?
  • Upright flowers = Datura
  • Hanging flowers = Brugmansia
Or I guess it could be something else too, don´t take my word. But if it´s brugmansia then at least you know. Also we have a whole datura thread if you had looked, it´s just a page back. But,
>TL;DR
Probably don´t mess with it, risk of death is high.
Only use if you don´t care if you die a horrible drawn out death or am ready to be real fucking meticulate with figuring out how to go about it, and it´s all your own fault if you mess up.

Nutmeg

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- Tue, 16 Apr 2019 08:23:07 EST NKjaaCSm No.157675
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how to get high on grounded nutmeg?
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Hitler was a deliriant addict

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- Sat, 25 May 2019 10:04:52 EST zCV9mPiZ No.157845
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evidence has emerged that shows Hitler's personal doctor Theodore morrell gave him atropa belladonna pills and atropine daily: "Since some of these compounds are considered toxic, historians have speculated that Morell inadvertently contributed to Hitler's deteriorating health. The fragmentary list (below) of some 74 substances (in 28 different mixtures) administered to Hitler include psychoactive drugs such as heroin as well as commercial poisons. Among the compounds, in alphabetical order, were:

Atropa belladonna (2–4 pills with every meal, for a total of 8-16 tablets a day, in Doktor Koster's Antigaspills, a compound also containing strychnine)
atropine (extract of seminal vesicles) source https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodor_Morell Lmao lads Hitler was a fellow delver
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Augustus Clecklewill - Wed, 12 Jun 2019 14:10:21 EST +NVBDnI3 No.157918 Reply
>>157846
afaik neither of those would cause stimulation when administered that way, only dilate his pupils so fucking bad that he couldn't see/focus his eyes and any kind of light at all would hurt like shit. cocaine is actually something they can (and have) use(d) to dilate your eyes at the eye doctor to help with vision tests for glasses, only they usually use something else. i'd have to look it up but the adrenaline would probably just do something similar
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Augustus Clecklewill - Wed, 12 Jun 2019 14:13:15 EST +NVBDnI3 No.157919 Reply
looked it up, and adrenaline eye drops don't seem to especially dilate the pupils but are instead used to decrease ocular pressure for problems like glaucoma or to prep for eye surgery.

so yeah, the ridiculous amounts of meth would of course be stim enough for him, but the cocaine and adrenaline eye drops werent contributing to that. god knows why he'd be taking cocaine eye drops when he's already taking an anticholinergic and meth and both cause a ridiculous amount of pupil dilation potentially just on their own.

Crawlies

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- Wed, 17 Jul 2019 20:10:43 EST NGBIjFpj No.158063
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Besides spiders both glass and full form, has anyone ever perceived ticks, bedbugs, or other insects? On a couple occasions I had actually thought I had bedbugs because the hallucinations were strikingly realistic in the shape and texture.
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Frederick Duddlebone - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 18:18:35 EST 517FV4xZ No.158110 Reply
>>158108

i doubt that. there are many other things that put a big strain on your heart that don't cause these feelings.
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Shit Sellyhall - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 20:28:00 EST BPyXu+zL No.158111 Reply
>>158108

that's absolute bullshit. impending doom is a psychological reaction, which can be a reaction to body and mind, real and imagined things. you can have impending doom on LSD, which doesn't put any strain on your heart.
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Graham Chabberridge - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 16:52:15 EST tpW8Jn53 No.158157 Reply
When my ex wife had bedbugs and I had to worry about them getting into my place, I would hallucinate bedbugs crawling on my legs in bed all the time. This was without DPH though, just sober.

Sometimes I was so sure it was real I'd throw off the covers and turn on the light. No bugs.

700 club here I come

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- Tue, 30 Jul 2019 22:29:38 EST FbuJnvs6 No.158120
File: 1564540178567.png -(1661114B / 1.58MB, 1440x1080) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. 700 club here I come
Tonight's the night. After doing it a couple times in smaller doses, I'm ready to take the plunge. Two beers and 700 mg of Benadryl. Will do a trip report with as much as I can remember tomorrow. Later guys.
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Ernest Honninghon - Fri, 09 Aug 2019 01:33:26 EST 7XL+s3WH No.158142 Reply
>>158120
The beers may have dulled the experience. they are technically antipsychotic.

>>158126
Don't listen to this dumb motherfucker. 300mg of dxm on top of 700mg dph is asking for either a blackout or some "imma fuck up my house" delerium. try 300/300 or 300/400 first.
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Jenny Brooklock - Fri, 09 Aug 2019 03:33:35 EST oCmQBIiZ No.158143 Reply
Is dextromethorphan a delirian or a dissosiative?

Tripping in places that are very flat.

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- Mon, 08 Jul 2019 19:39:35 EST vFrMtBhh No.158038
File: 1562629175001.jpg -(407661B / 398.11KB, 1200x853) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Tripping in places that are very flat.
I have grown up and lived on the east coast of the USA all my life. I recently took a trip to Arizona, the desert. I was amazed at how far I could see. The land was so flat I could see for miles. Back on the east coast there are lots of hills and really tall trees to interupt your sight lines.

My question is for people who have tripped on dph or other delerients in places that are flat and you can see for miles. What is it like? Do you see huge shadow people and spiders in the distance as big as mountains? I am so interested in this.

I don’t trip anymore so I did not try it while I was out there. Pic related
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Beatrice Crockleson - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 22:10:02 EST 0BCfEQ5o No.158119 Reply
>>158089
wonky/wonk
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 19:53:53 EST uRxqpaUW No.158154 Reply
Funny you should bring this up. Back in 2013 I tripped on 600mg (first time taking such a high dose) while camping in my truck in the middle of the Bonneville Salt Flats. The visuals I had inside my truck were pretty typical and didn't seem to take on a "desert" theme or anything like that. The most interesting part was when in the early morning I woke up to a mouse crawling across my legs and all around the edges of my truck, and I couldn't catch it for the life of me. Probably the most convincing hallucination of my life, if it was one. I don't remember what I saw outside,

Seems like DPH visuals indoors are the clearest when they're part of the objects/clutter in your immediate environment, and in the distance they just degrade into fuzzy nonsense. I'm guessing the same thing would happen if you're outside.

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