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May 22, 2006

In this week's episode of the Web's Favourite Cannabis Podcast, the Dopefiend talks about the differences between pure MDMA and ecstasy in pill form, hemp and ethanol production, reads another Salvia Divinorum trip report and recommends a Salvia documentary (click here), then gives news of drug testing at British pubs and Medical Marijuana for dogs!

Playlist: Kyle McCarty - Space Dance; Pat Methany - Sueno Con Mexico; The Beloved - The Sun Rising; Etienne de Crey - Prix Choc; Scientist vs Prince Jammy - Round 7; Damian Marley - Road to Zion; Jose Gonalez - Hints; So Fine - A Day in the Sun.

 


Jim
over fourteen years ago

Hey dopefiend I just had a suggestion for your website. I was thinking that a forum might be a good idea so every one who listens can share experiences, ask questions, or give out information. I do not know if this would be to difficult or time consuming to do but if its not to much trouble I would enjoy it and I think your listeners would too.

bima
over fourteen years ago

In regard to morning glory seeds, according to wikipedia.org, Terence McKenna had his first direct psychedelic experience by consuming several packets of commercially produced morning glory seeds.

brendan
over fourteen years ago

Hey dopefiend, love the show...great tunes and lots of valuable knowledge, keep that up.
Ive got an idea for a topic i feel the public should have a better idea about. Im 25 and I\\\'ve been smoking since I was around 17. Now like most people I started off with some pretty crappy goods, and eventually learnt what was good and sought that out...These days like most i try and keep the best possible product i can get my hands on. In the past couple year\\\'s there has been an overwhelming increase in the amount of bud dubbed \\\"China-bud\\\" in my city of Toronto Canada. This bud is being passed off as high end goods and being sold for the same prices. The real problem with this is the process in which this bud grows produces a product that has significantly more health issues then your average weed. The weed is loaded to maximum capacity with chemical fertilizers and not flushed at the end of its growing process. The buds never get put into curing and are barely ever dried thoroughly. The end result is a soaking wet bud which is essentially dripping in chemical fertilizer. The bud has some tell tale signs, mainly the overwhelming amount of hairs and the hay like smell. Ive been told it is known as beasters in the United States. Anyways, i feel this is an issue that the public should be aware of. Feel free to email me if ud like to talk.

Jim
over fourteen years ago

Yet another excellent podcast, you mentioned that I didn\'t include any specific visual trips and I am positive that I did it\'s just a little hard to remember what I saw. I\'d love to share more salvia stories in equal or better detail if you would like me to.