Live Kratom Tree’s For Sale
I have a batch of fully rooted Kratom tree’s ready to ship. The Mitragyna Speciosa Tree’s for sale here, are called the Rifat strain.
About The Rifat Strain – Mitragyna Speciosa
The Rifat Strain is one of the most sought after strains because of its well know potency and fast growth. The Rifat strain originally came from Thailand were hard workers including farmers, use the leaves for there stimulating and pain killing effects.
Just from my own personal Kratom cultivation experience, i would like to add that the Rifat strain is the most hardy strain out there. I recommend this strain for starting out because it is the easiest to grow and adapt and the potency of the Rifat leaf is nothing to be taken lightly.
The Kratom Deals I have available right now are as followed.
1 Rifat Kratom Tree (Mitragyna Speciosa) = $30
3 Rifat Kratom Tree’s (Mitragyna Speciosa) = $72
For Information On How To Order From Me Click Here
Here is a picture of the Extract made from the exact same leaves below. For more information you may contact me at EthnoDirect (AT) Gmail dot com.
The Canadian federal government is planning to add the Salvia Divinorum to Canada’s list of banned substances. The change would make it illegal to sell, grow, or possess Salvia Divinorum, which is currently sold in Canadian head shops.
The effects of smoking salvia include a brief and sometimes intense 5-10 minute high that may include hallucinations.
St. Boniface MP Shelly Glover said at a press conference on Tuesday. “We are very worried about the long-term effects.”
Salvia Divinorum has never killed anyone. No one has ever Over Dosed on this sacred herb used by the mazatec Indians. The use of Salvia Divinorum has been dated back for thousands of years for its abilities to connect one with there spiritual path. Salvia Divinorum is one of the Aztec sacred plants.
Like all Sacred plants Salvia Divinorum should be respected. We all know that making Salvia Divinorum illegal will not stop anyone from acquiring this herb but in return will only allow for the higher prohibition prices to take affect as we have noticed with alcohol prohibition in the paste.
Salvia Divinorum is not something that people like to try more than once or twice. Most people try it and see that its not that big of a deal. Salvia is not FUN it is not habit forming its not even addictive.
Making Salvia Divinorum Illegal will just give drug dealers a new product to push. With Salvia Divinorum being legal the price is really low in fact its so low that most people would not even attempt to sell it because there is hardly any money in it.
Salvia Divinorum is not as popular as it once ways years ago. Now days Salvia has lost most of its hype. People may still feel the need to experience new things but thats not going to change if Canada makes this plant illegal.
Ok. Lets say Canada Does make Salvia Divinorum Illegal. How are Canadian police going to be able to tell if someone is growing Salvia Divinorum or the other 900 varieties of sage. Think of the cost (Tax Money) to even attempt to ban this plant. It is really just ridiculous to even think for one minute we have the resources or ability to ban Salvia Divinorum.
Salvia Divinorum has to many look a likes in the Mint family. Police would be arresting people all the time for growing regular garden sage Wasting lots of time and tax money that could of been used for something productive.
Drug dealers would find out that Salvia is still in demand and would then extract Salvia and spray it onto other herbs just as they do with K2 smoke blends.
Lets face it. We can not successfully ban Salvia Divinorum making this plant illegal will only cause harm and more violence in the drug world giving extra money to drug dealers so that they may buy more guns. NO THANKS.
Worried about your kids smoking Salvia? Try educating them about the effects of Salvia Divinorum or would you rather them be thrown in jail for trying Salvia Divinorum?
Newly Rooted Banisteriopsis Caapi Cuttings – Video HD-720p
Kratom – Mitragyna speciosa Huge Bushy Rifat Tree (Video)
These Psychotria Viridis Plants are doing great. They adapt to your area pretty quickly compared to other Ethnobotanical plants.
The Psychotria sp. plants are very easy to clone or to propagate via leaf cutting. For more information check out my channel on YouTube Here. If your looking to obtain a live plant join the forum and make a post here
Here is a small collection of Salvia Divinorum Pictures that display the process of producing seeds in your Salvia Divinorum Plants(Diviners Mint)
Salvia divinorum Wasson and Hofmann and/or Bunnell strain Were
The original clones brought back to the United States and distributed around the world. The name Wasson and Hofmann was first applied to the strain in 1992 by the now-defunct ethnobotanical company (Of the jungle). They began listing it in their catalog as the ‘Wasson and Hofmann’ strain to differentiate it from another strain they introduced the same year, “Blosser” or “Palatable”strain. This clone was originally collected by Sterling Bunnell in 1962, not by Wasson or Hofmann.
Salvia divinorum “Blosser” or “Palatable“strain-
A clone which was collected by anthropologist Bret Blosser in December 1991 and sold by the now defunct …Of the Jungle Ethnobotanical company.
Salvia divinorum “Cerro Quemado” strain-
A descendant of a Salvia divinorum plant collected by L.J. Valdes,III, (the first person to isolate Salvinorin A, the active chemical in Salvia divinorum) near the village of Cerro Quemado, Mexico in the 1990s.
Salvia divinorum “Luna” strain-
Luna Is A descendant of a Salvia divinorum plant growing under a Salvia divinorum cul. “Hofmann & Wasson” clone, found by Daniel Seibert in Hawaii in 1994. this is possibly a seedling or a sport (mutation). It has a slightly different leaf form (more rounded and the edges more serrated) than the other clones.
Salvia divinorum “Julieta” strain-
A strain collected by Daniel Siebert from a Mazatec shaman in Huautla de Jimenez (in the Sierra Mazateca, Mexico) in 1999.
Salvia divinorum “La Fuerza” (The Force) strain-
A strain collected by Kathleen Harrison, ethnobotanist and former wife of Terence McKenna, in January, 2001.
Salvia divinorum “Owens” strain-
A strain collected by Jack Owens on Cerro Rabon (in the Sierra Mazateca, Mexico) in June, 2003. Jack Owens was a major supplier of dried Salvia divinorum leaves to the US from Mexico. He died at the beginning of September, 2004 and this strain is named in his honor.
Salvia divinorum “Paradox” strain-
A cutting from a seed-grown strain raised by Daniel Siebert in 1994. Salvia divinorum derived from seed grown plants is almost impossible to find and should contain valuable genetics.
Salvia divinorum “Resilience” strain-
A cutting from a seed-grown strain raised by Daniel Siebert in 2002. Salvia divinorum derived from seed grown plants is almost impossible to find and should contain valuable genetics.