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padawan
#1 Posted : 3/20/2019 7:17:24 AM

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Can anyone report on their own direct experience with positively-identified Pychotria Colorata? There seem to be specimens floating around nowadays from reputable/knowledgeable folk, so I was wondering if anyone had new info to share.
 

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#2 Posted : 3/20/2019 8:20:49 AM

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I have a few young plants but they don't seem to be active yet. Tried a mouthful of leaves with no effect. Might try again in 6 months or so.
 
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#3 Posted : 3/20/2019 10:21:22 AM

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^ thanks. Mine are too young for harvest too - seem to grow about the same rate as Viridis under the same conditions. Guess we'll just have to be patient to find out if Colorata is worth the effort.
 
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#4 Posted : 3/20/2019 8:49:38 PM

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I've had P. colorata, once. Chewing one leaf from a mature plant produced relaxing/de-stressing effects, largely opioid-like.
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#5 Posted : 3/24/2019 12:39:32 AM

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Where did you guys find P. colorata, especially seeds/ live plants!?
I'd love to grow this species.
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#6 Posted : 3/28/2019 5:31:54 PM

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I'm fairly convinced the 'P. colorata' I got is mis-ID'd. It tastes completely bland, similar to P. alba, has no sensation in my mouth such as numbing, and no bodily reaction that I can determine. And this is over several attempts with the plant.

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#7 Posted : 3/28/2019 7:42:38 PM

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Some people at sts have leaves to share. They are kinda gross to chew. Very astringent and bitter, like chewing khat and kratom.
 
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#8 Posted : 3/29/2019 12:28:33 AM

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Here is a leaf pic of my Psychotria Colorata - too young to start harvesting leaves to test, but clearly quite distinctive from viridis and viridis hybrids. I don't have stright alba or carthagenensis for comparison though. Rooted plants have been available for sale in Australia recently from a reputable vendor - might be worth enquiring about international shipping of leaf cuttings for propogation.
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#9 Posted : 7/11/2019 10:29:58 AM

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As a spine trauma patient, I'm always curious about Mu agonists that aren't addictive pills from big-pharma. Anyone know how P. colorata compares to say Kratom in terms of analgesic effect? If it's slow growing like P. Viridis, probably wouldn't be practical for medicinal purposes, but what a weird and cool looking flower! The fruit reminds me of honeyberries.
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