Lagochilus inebrians ~ Intoxicating Mint Options
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#1 Posted : 11/28/2018 4:29:31 PM
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Anyone tried this rare botanical?

Sounds interesting but I cant find much if any info on it.

Would love to try it myself once I know more.

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#2 Posted : 11/28/2018 4:54:17 PM

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A friend of mine has seeds but we couldn't get em to pop.
#3 Posted : 11/29/2018 11:22:50 AM

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Yes I tried it 10 years ago. But as far as I remember I made a tea out of the plant but didn't get much effects at all.
Might have been mild, but this is worth investigating.
I'd be all ears to other's experience.
I remember I was digging smoked and sublingual salvia divinorum when I tried that lagochillus inebrians.
Smell like tea n,n spirit !

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#4 Posted : 11/29/2018 12:06:25 PM
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You combined it with salvia?
#5 Posted : 5/10/2019 3:51:34 PM

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Seems reasonable to pop this link here:

Note similarity of the molecule to salvinorins, but bear in mind there's a practically infinite number of diterpenoids and even small changes to a molecule can have drastic effects on activity/properties.
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#6 Posted : 3/28/2020 4:33:15 AM

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I have tried it with positive results. For me the secret was to make a tincture. I could barely get anything with a water based tea. Very possible I was doing something wrong as a tea.

In tincture the effects are strong and unique. A 4-5 hour feeling of constant bumpy forward movement with an initial feeling of euphoria. I put 1oz of mixed crushed parts of the plant in a 1pt jar and filled with 151 proof alcohol. Shake, let sit, strain and add to your drink of choice. My max does was 3 tablespoons of tincture but effects were felt at 1 tablespoon.

Seeing as this thread has been inactive for almost a year and I dont want to hijack it I have made a separate thread here:

Hopefully this is ok......

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