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The Art of Changa, a guide to making the perfect blends. Options
 
Nydex
#61 Posted : 4/19/2018 8:50:15 AM

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Thank you a million times, Oly! I will soon do my first spice extraction and plan on making Changa for my first travel. Your post is really helpful and I appreciate the effort put into structuring it so well!

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#62 Posted : 8/2/2018 7:37:32 AM

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this post was so inspirational, i am currently in the process of making my first blend! so excited!
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#63 Posted : 9/8/2018 3:30:47 AM

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This thread is amazing, and I'm starting to plan my first changa. My main question is this: What do people feel is the different between extracting alkaloids and adding it to changa vs. making 10x caapi leaf?

Process wise, making 10x caapi leaf seems way easier despite taking much longer. Are the effects similar or not really?

I'm planning a simple blend to start out. Either just caapi leaf or a blend of caapi leaf and sage or yarrow. I already have a relationship with both thujone containing plants.

Thanks all! Thumbs up
 
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