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    Welcome to Africa’s largest REVOLUTIONARY movement supplying quality
    entheogen plant products and seeds. Preserving, providing and propagating ancient
    sacred “Plants of the Gods” uplifting your spirit and UNITING forces of mother Earth
    against the corruption of the old conditioned chemical control of pharmaceutical
    corporate pill pushers, illegal and(legal) addictive stores of destruction. Enough!

    Whether you are seeking a non-addictive (physically) Plant remedy to break the chains of
    addictions to Opiates, Alcohol or Cocaine, Nature’s ENTHEOGENS can help. If you want to
    have an alternative natural mind blowing recreational psychedelic experience or for the
    more advanced “Psychonauts” use these ancient ethno-botanical tools to transcend to the
    Divine connection of higher consciousness, transcending your soul into new dimensions.
    Share the knowledge, plant seeds and give back to Nature and Grow…You are with the right

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                                  Product price list

    Salvia Divinorum

               live plants:R350/35cm potted plant

     Salvia Divinorum dried leaf (in diff. size packages)from 50grams/R300 to 500g/R650 Salvia
2      divinorum (also known as Diviner's Sage, ska María Pastora, Seer's sage, and by its genus name Salvia) is a
       psychoactive plant which can induce dissociative effects. Its native habitat is within cloud forest in the isolated
       Sierra Mazateca of Oaxaca, Mexico, growing in shady and moist locations. The plant grows to over a meter high,
       has hollow square stems, large leaves, and occasional white flowers with violet calyx. Botanists have not
       determined whether Salvia divinorum is a cultigen or a hybrid; native plants reproduce vegetatively, rarely
       producing viable seed. Immediate effects

                Salvia-inspired visionary art by Mark P. Maxwell.

               Uncontrollable laughter
          Past memories, such as revisiting places from childhood memory
          Sensations of motion, or being pulled or twisted by forces
          Visions of membranes, films and various two-dimensional surfaces
          Merging with or becoming objects
          Overlapping realities, such as the perception of being in several locations at once
        Psychedelic experiences are necessarily somewhat subjective and variations in reported
    effects are to be expected. Aside from individual reported experiences there has been a limited
    amount of published work summarising the effects. D.M. Turner's book Salvinorin—The
    Psychedelic Essence of Salvia Divinorum quotes Daniel Siebert's summarisation, mentioning
    effects above.
       There also may be synesthetic experiences. Glossolalia (speaking in tongues) has been
    reported by Reason.
        A survey of salvia users found that 38% described the effects as unique in comparison to
    other methods of altering consciousness. 23% said the effects were like yoga, meditation or
        One firsthand journalistic account has been published in the UK science magazine New
    Scientist (note: the dose for this experience was not reported):
        The salvia took me on a consciousness-expanding journey unlike any other I have ever
    experienced. My body felt disconnected from 'me' and objects and people appeared cartoonish,
    surreal and marvellous. Then, as suddenly as it had began, it was over. The visions vanished and
    I was back in my bedroom. I spoke to my 'sitter'—the friend who was watching over me, as
    recommended on the packaging—but my mouth was awkward and clumsy. When I attempted to
    stand my coordination was off. Within a couple of minutes, however, I was fine and
3   clear-headed, though dripping with sweat. The whole experience had lasted less than 5 minutes.
        —Gaia 2006-09-29 (UK Media)

       Catha Edulis: 1 tree in stock, will have high quality Catha plants
        imported from eastern Africa at the beginning of February.
        (Shipment S.A. ONLY) Catha edulis:'boesmans tee'/quat

                                   Also known as; Khat ,qat or Miraa (Catha edulis, family Celastraceae; is a flowering

    plant native to tropical East Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Qat contains the alkaloid called cathinone, an

    amphetamine-like stimulant which is said to cause excitement, loss of appetite and euphoria. In 1980 the World

    Health Organization classified Cathinone and Cathine -(norpseudo-Ephedrine) which are found in fresh leaf of this
    indigenous South African tree(as well as many other African Countries), as a drug of abuse that can produce mild to

    moderate psychological dependence. The plant has been targeted by anti-drug organizations like the DEA , various

    other political organizations who blamed the aggressive and highly defensive Qat consuming Somali Soldiers who

    started using the leaves to chew in order to keep them alert and energetic during the U.S. invasion of the country,

    Plant leaf also provides a much needed relief from hunger pains due to its appetite suppressing qualities in one of the

    most famine struck regions of the world . It is a controlled or illegal substance in many countries, but is legal for sale

    and production in many others.

    Qat consumption induces mild euphoria and excitement. A meta-analysis in The Lancet has stated that qat creates a

    pleasuring effect to the same degree as ecstasy. Individuals become very talkative under the influence of the drug

    and may appear to be unrealistic and emotionally unstable. Qat can induce manic behaviors and hyperactivity.

    The use of qat results in Euphoria, alertness, talkativeness and insomnia if used excessively. Dilated pupils

    (mydriasis), which are prominent during qat consumption, reflect the sympathomimetic effects of the drug, which are

    also reflected in increased heart rate and blood pressure. A state of drowsy hallucinations (hypnagogic hallucinations)

    may result coming down from qat use as well.


         Kratom:dried,powdered leaf material: from 150g/R390 and 400g/R700(free
             seeds with package included.

                                               Kratom is the common name for a plant with the
    scientific name, Mitragyna speciosa Korthals, a tree indigenous to Southeast Asia (Thailand,
    northern Malay Peninsula to Borneo). It is mostly grown in the central and southern regions of
    Thailand, and only rarely in the north.
        The Mitragyna genus, part of the family Rubiaceae, is found in tropical and sub-tropical
    regions of Asia and Africa. Asian Mitragynas are often found in rainforests, while the African
    species (which are sometimes still classed in a separate genus, Hallea) are often found in
    swamps. Most species are arborescent, some reaching heights of almost 100 feet (30 meters).
    The genus was given its name by Korthals because the stigmas in the first species he examined
    resembled the shape of a bishop’s mitre. This genus is characterized by a globular flowering
    head, bearing up to 120 florets each. Mitragyna species are used medicinally as well as for their
    fine timber through the areas they grow. More recently the plant Mitragyna speciosa has also
    gained popularity as a recreational drug.

                                                Mitragyna speciosa itself reaches heights of 50 feet
    (15 meters) with a spread of over 15 feet (4,5 meters). The stem is erect and branching. Flowers
    are yellow. Leaves are evergreen, and are a dark glossy green in color, ovate-acuminate in shape,
    and opposite in growth pattern. Kratom is evergreen rather than deciduous, and leaves are
    constantly being shed and being replaced, but there is some quasi-seasonal leaf shedding due to
    environmental conditions. During the dry season of the year leaf fall is more abundant, and new
    growth is more plentiful during the rainy season. When grown outside their natural tropical
    habitat, leaf fall occurs with colder temperatures, around 4 degrees Celsius.
       Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) is indigenous to the rain forests of South East Asia, mainly in
    Thailand, Bali and Malaysia. It is a large tree that can be as tall as 15 meters. Over 25 alkaloids
    have been isolated from kratom, the most important being mitragynine.
        Effects come on within five to ten minutes after use, and last for 4 to 6 hours. Kratom has
5   both stimulating and relaxing qualities as if chewing coca leaves and smoking opium
    simultaneously. Some sources say that it is a stimulant in lower doses, becoming sedative in
    higher doses. Unlike opiates, mitragynine does not appear to cause nausea or vomiting. The
    feeling has been described as happy, strong, and active, with a strong desire to do work.
    Other effects of mitragynine are local anesthesia and central nervous system depression.
       We are proud to be able to offer Kratom from Thailand.

                                                   R200/bottle of 60,100mg Capsules of high grade
    powdered extract. Also available in raw plant form R700/500g R400/250g dried,crushed plant
    material and live plants are available for R100/plant. Sceletium, also known as Kanna, is used
    as a psychedelic by the Hottentots of South Africa. Is is sniffed, smoked or used as tea.Sceletium
    tortuosum enhances mood and a sense of connection, while relieving anxious feelings. In higher
    dosages it can cause euphoria, initially with stimulation and later with relaxation. Some users
    have noted enhanced tactile and sexual response.
        Sceletium can be used as a snuff, in which case 20 mg is sufficient to produce a substantial
    effect. You can also chew it with a piece of gum. In that case it’s advisable to take a larger
    amount, for example 100 mg to one gram.3-6grams for intense empathogenic effects and
        Kanna enhances mood while relieving anxious feelings. It gives empathic and euphoric
    feelings, and a powerful sense of connection with one’s environment.Hence the name,
    ‘Bushmens Ecstacy’

                   Cacti(all 3 contain same active alkaloids)
         San Pedro 35cm cutting/R280

                             seeds also avail. for purchase on request(specify amount) from 100 to 1000
    seed packs. Peyote, San Pedro and Peruvian Torch.

                              Peruvian Torch 25cm cutting/R280
            Lophophora Williamsi,R380/Potted 4cm wide Catus bulb,
             various quantity of seeds available for purchase on request of our seed list(Diff.
             quantities avail. From 100 seeds/Pack to 1000 seeds/Pack

     Peyote

                                    BOTANICAL CLASSIFICATION
    Family: Cactaceae,       Genus: Lophophora
    Species: williamsii; diffusa
    COMMON NAMES: Peyote; Buttons; Mescalito
    PEYOTE EFFECTS: feelings of insight, brightening of colors closed and open eye visuals, euphoria,
    laughter,increase in energy (stimulation), increased tactile sensation, happy, dreamy feelings, feelings of hope or
    rejuvination, increased access to spiritual ideation; deep esoteric experiences1,general change in consciousness (as
    with most psychoactives), loss of appetite, change in body temperature regulation, unusual thoughts and speech,
    unusual focus on either small details or large concepts; changes in meaning or significance of experiences, mild to
    extreme distractability, changes in perception of time, changes in perception of "reality", changes in self control,
    unusual body sensations (facial flushing, chills, goosebumps, body energy),ego softening, pupil dilation, body
    tremors, urge to urinate, (in early stages of experience), restlessness.
    Mescaline is a psychoactive phenethylamine chemical, best known for being the primary psychoactive component in
7   peyote and San Pedro cacti. It was first isolated by Arthur Heffter in 1897 when he was trying to identify the
    mind-altering principals in peyote. Mescaline is considered one of the classic psychedelic / entheogens, with a long
    history of traditional use in Central America (in the form of cacti), formalized modern ritual use in the Native American
    Church, considered by many experienced users as uniquely powerful, and widely known througout the world because
    of the many accounts of its use. Both synthetic and extracted crystaline mescaline are available on the underground
    markets, but both are rare and usually quite expensive.
    We strongly emphasise the importance to propagate and not consume especially Peyote
    bulbs for they are dangerously close to extinction in the wild and are becoming exremely
    rare,currently 3 in stock,in the North American peyote church Native Indians have begun
    using San Pedro in their Mescalito Ceremonies.All 3 variaties of these cacti belonbg to the
    Phenethylamine group,have,as hoffman and Schultes put it,a Carbon copy of Amphetamine
    in molecular structure along with additional psychedelic alkaloids in the same group as
    MDMA. Below is a description from the magazine"Entheogen Review",about the effects of
    these Cacti;

        (Vol. VII, No.1)
        Recently the great spirit has blessed me with the opportunity
        to begin working with what has become my most special
        entheogenic ally—mescaline. My first two experiences
        (at 400 and 500 mg respectively) with this material
        have easily surpassed my experiences with other ―traditional‖
        psychedelics. It is much gentler than LSD, more lucid, and
        euphoric, without the abrasive psychoanalytical edge that
        often irritates me on high dose acid trips. I find its energizing
        qualities preferable to the drowsy, dreamy trance I usually
        experience with mushrooms. I would also stress that this
        is far and away the most healing entheogen that I have ever
        encountered, both physically and psychologically. One hour
        into my first journey, it was inescapably clear to me why the
        Indians say that peyote is first and foremost a medicine. I
        emerged from both trips feeling as though I had productively
        worked through a substantial amount of psychodynamic
        baggage, and was physically rejuvenated to boot!

     SAN PEDRO (Trichocerous pachanoi) is a large columnar cactus widely cultivated as a
      hallucinogen in the Andes of Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia. The natives, who also call it
      aguacolla, or giganton, recognize several "kinds," which differ mainly in the number of ribs,
      the most common type having seven. This cactus is sometimes planted along fields as a
      fence row to keep sheep and cattle from grazing. An intoxicating drink called cimora is
      made from the San Pedro cactus. Short lengths of the stem, often sold in native markets,
      are sliced like loaves of bread and then boiled in water for several hours.

     San Pedro

                                           Among many profoundly life changing and intense psychoactive

    phenethylamine(released by MDMA As well),the primary magical psychedelic compound found in San Pedro is

    Mescaline! has a long history of being used in Andean traditional medicine. Archeological studies have found

    evidence of use going back two thousand years, to Moche culture. Currently it is widely known and used to treat

    nervous conditions, joint problems, drug addictions, cardiac disease, and high blood pressure, and it has unique

    antimicrobial properties. pachanoi contains hordenine and ". . .it has been shown that hordenine,

    N,N-Dimethyl-hydroxyphenylethylamine, exhibits an inhibitory action against at least 18 strains of penicillin resistant

    Staphylococcus bacteria. San Pedro sliced up to be brewed San Pedro contains a number of alkaloids, including the

    well-studied chemical mescaline (0.21 - 1.8%), and also 3,4-dimethoxyphenethylamine,

    4-hydroxy-3-methoxyphenethylamine, 3-hydroxy-4,5-dimethoxyphenethylamine,

    4-hydroxy-3,5-dimethoxyphenethylamine, anhalonidine, anhalinine, hordenine, tyramine, and 3-methoxytyramine.

    Mescaline (3,4,5-trimethoxyphenethylamine) is a psychedelic drug and entheogen, which is also found in some other

    species of genus Echinopsis (i.e. Echinopsis lageniformis, Echinopsis peruviana, and Echinopsis scopulicola) and the

    species Lophophora williamsii (peyote). Anecdotal evidence suggests that the highest concentrations of active

    substances are found in the layer of green photosynthetic tissue just beneath the skin.[2] The darker green the

    cactus, the higher the alkaloid content, which can be caused by "stressing it" with reduced sunlight indoors or in
    shade, leaving a cut section indoors for 6+ weeks, and water starving. There are various mescaline extraction

    techniques, simple (boiling in water 5 to 7 hours)

    L.S.A containing seeds

                                    LSA is a naturally occurring psychedelic found in many plants such as morning glory
    and Hawaiian Baby Woodrose seeds. COMMON NAMES: Morning Glory; Heavenly Blue Morning Glory; Tlilitzin;
    Badoh Negro (seeds). EFFECTS CLASSIFICATION: Psychedelic. Ipomoea violacea is a common ornamental vine
    with heart-shaped leaves and bright white, pink, or purple flowers and small, black seeds that contain LSA. Because
    of its fast growth and prodigious seed production, many jurisdictions consider it an invasive weed plant. It has a long
    history of use in Central to Southern Mexico

        H.B. Woodrose seeds: Argyreia nervosa, also called Hawaiian Baby Woodrose, belongs to
    the Convolvulaceae family. It is related to Morning Glory and Rivea corymbosa (Ololiuqui). Hawaiian
    Baby Woodrose plants are large-growing vine type of plants, reaching lengths of around 10 Meters.
    Argyrei nervosa has beautiful, ornamental vines with large, heart-shaped leaves and clusters of 5-10
    cm flowers.

     Ipomoea (Morning glory)
     {MIX OF Pearly Gates and Heavenly Blue}
        Ibogaine; available on demand from the I.A. wholesale pharmacists who also
         provide ibogaine treatment for heroin addiction and other addictions.
         Iboga Root bark:crushed and powdered,This is one of the most potent hallucinogenic plants of not the most potent.

     Since the effects of large amounts(3-6grams) last for 72 hours,it is harvested from the Tabernanthe Iboga tree native to

     North-west and central Africa.It has been found useful in treatment of a variety of addictions, especially opioid addiction.

     The use of this plants should always be done along-side a 'sitter' or someone who has knowledge of the psychedelic

     entheogen. A sitter is a sober person or an experienced individual. The lightest effects are seen in doses of 1gram crushed

     Iboga root bark.

         IBOGAINE: (Root Bark)


                                    IBOGA ROOT BARK/Crushed & powdered R120/GRAM. Tabernanthe iboga or Iboga

     is a perennial rainforest shrub and hallucinogen, native to western Central Africa. Iboga stimulates the central

     nervous system when taken in small doses and induces visions in larger doses. In parts of Africa where the plant

     grows the bark of the root is chewed for various pharmacological or ritualistic purposes. Ibogaine, the active alkaloid,

     is also used to treat substance abuse disorders. The active alkaloid is also found in voacanga africana. Normally

     growing to a height of 2 m, T. iboga may eventually grow into a small tree up to 10 m tall, given the right conditions. It

     has small green leaves. Its flowers are white and pink, while the fruit can be either an elongated oval shape, or a

     round spherical shape, both having an orange color. Its yellow-coloured roots contains a number of indole alkaloids,

     most notably ibogaine, which is found in the highest concentration in the root-bark. The root material, bitter in taste,

     causes an anaesthetic sensation in the mouth as well as systemic numbness to the skin. Traditional use The Iboga

     tree is the central pillar of the Bwiti religion practiced in West-Central Africa, mainly Gabon, Cameroon and the

     Republic of the Congo, which utilises the alkaloid-containing roots of the plant in a number of ceremonies. Iboga is

     taken in massive doses by initiates when entering the religion, and on a more regular basis is eaten in smaller doses

     in connection with rituals and tribal dances, which is usually performed at night time. Bwitists have been subject to

     persecution by Catholic missionaries, who to this day are thoroughly opposed to the growing religious movement of
     Bwiti.[citation needed] Léon M'ba, before becoming the first President of Gabon in 1960, defended the Bwiti religion

     and the use of iboga in French colonial courts. On June 6, 2000, the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Gabon

     declared Tabernanthe iboga to be a national treasure. In lower doses Iboga has a stimulant effect and is used to

     maintain alertness while hunting. Addiction treatment Outside Africa, iboga extracts as well as the purified alkaloid

     ibogaine are used in treating opiate addiction. The therapy may last several days and upon completion the subject is

     generally no longer physically dependent. One methadone patient said in the Dutch behind-the-news show Twee

     Vandaag that in just four days he reached a state that normally would have taken him three months, but without the

     agony. Evidence suggests that ibogaine may also help to interrupt addiction to alcohol and nicotine. The

     pharmacological effects are rather undisputed with hundreds of peer reviewed papers in support but formal clinical

     studies have not been completed. In the United States these clinics are illegal but exist nonetheless, providing

     treatment for a wide variety of addictions.


                                                   Leonotis Leonurus

                                   Leonotis Leonurus, also known as Wild Dagga, Lion’s Tail or
     Lion’s Ear, is a species of plant native from southern Africa. Our company grows both potent
     species on our farms in Thailand.
        Leonotis Leonurus and Leonotis Nepetifolia. Both plants get organically grown. This plant is
     smoked or made into a medicinal tea by the Hottentots, a tribe of South Africa.
        Wild Dagga is good for inducing a deep meditative sleep, calming, relaxing and
     enhancing dreaming. It also has a pleasant smell that can be used for incense. In most
     common uses the leaves are picked, dried, and then brewed as a tea.
         L. nepetifolia (Klip Dagga) is very similar to L. leonurus (Wild Dagga or Lion’s Tail.) Both
     species are often smoked for their entheogenic properties. The main difference is that L.
     nepetifolia’s flowers sprout from a round prickly ball. While there are about thirty other plants in
     the genus Leonotis, L. nepetifolia and L. leonurus are the only two with psychoactive properties.
         The Flowers and the tops, get first sun dried and then totally dried in drying chamber. Our
     Incense gets produced out of tops and flowers. This product is 100% organic, the extracts of this
     product, get produced with a water/ethanol extraction. There are no chemicals added to the
     extraction process as to the final product.

         From this product we are offering:

     Pure Flowers R150/50grams R400/250grams

     20x Extract Powder (available on request)


      Sacred Egyptian Blue Lotus

                                   Also known as: Sacred Narcotic Lily of the Nile.

     Recent studies have shown Nymphaea caerulea psycho-active properties. It has even been banned in Russia

     Australia and New Zealand. It was used as a sacrament in ancient Egypt and certain ancient South American

     cultures. Eating Blue Lotus can act as a sedative with narcotic pain relieving properties. Nymphaea caerulea is

     distantly related to, and possesses similar activity to Nelumbo nucifera (White Lotus, avail. On request), AKA, the

     Sacred Lotus. Both Nymphaea caerulea and Nelumbo nucifera contain the alkaloids nuciferine and aporphine In

     modern culture, blue lotus flowers are used to make various concoctions including blue lotus tea, wine and martinis.

     Recipes for such drinks involve steeping or soaking the petals, about 10-20 grams for up to 3 weeks. Blue lotus tea is

     prepared by boiling the entire flowers for 10–20 minutes. Uses The Blue Lotus flower is used as an aid for many
     ailments as well as for recreational use. Many people buy blue lotus ● To relieve pain ● To enhance memory ● To

     increasing circulation ● As a sexual aphrodisiac ● To experience feelings of euphoria and ecstasy The flower petals

     are also smoked. The main active Alkaloids resulting in the narcotic bliss full euphoric dream-like state is Aporphine

     which has close similarity to opium in chemical structure, and Nuciferine..

                                                         We supply Crushed Leaves in various quantities from 100g to

     500grams and 1Kg wholesale packages. This extremely rare plant is available at the best prices world-wide.Blue

     Lotus was worshipped as a visionary plant and was a symbol for the origins of life. The Egyptians believed that the

     world was originally covered by water and darkness. A Blue Lotus sprang up from the water and opened its petals to

     reveal a young god, a Divine Child. Light streamed from the Divine Child to banish universal darkness. This child god

     was the Creator, the Sun God, the source of all life. When the Pharaoh known as King Tut was entombed, his body

     was covered in Nymphaea Caerulea (Blue Lotus) flowers. Nymphaea Caerulea - Blue Lotus is also highly respected

     and by Indians and in Buddhism. When Blue Lotus (Nymphaea Caerulea) was smoked or drank after being soaked in

     water or wine, it acted as an intoxicant. The main effects of Blue lotus are a pleasant feeling of warmth around the

13   head, very comfortable e dreamy feeling and maybe slightly stimulant effect. Because of the mythological,

     cosmological, symbolic, and artistic significance of the blue lotus, many feel that the ancient Egyptians used the blue

     lotus for its inebriating effects. Because of its mythological and cosmological symbolism, the blue lotus flower was

     seen as an elite flower that produced shamanic effects. The blue lotus flower alkaloids are soluble in alcohol. The

     quantity Nuciferin and aporphine you’d need are 5g, which is about 3-5 flowers, in order for the flowers to be active.

     You can either ingest the blue lotus, smoke the blue lotus, make a tea from the blue lotus, or make wine blue lotus. It

     has been documented that he blue lotus appears to be a hypnotic sedative.

         R350/100g dried flower petals

         R600/300g dried flower petals

         R800/500grams of dried powdered flower petals

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