hair loss

First Day: Apply some grinded potatoes on your scalp.

Second Day: Apply some ashes on your scalp.

Third Day: Apply some red onions on your scalp.

Fourth Day: Apply some stinging nettle broth on your hair.

Fifth Day: Apply some cocnut oil on your hair

Drink every day a cup of young beech branch tea, for blood cleansing, and wash your hair before application of medicine with organic medicinal clay soap. Don’t dry with hot air hairdryer air.

hemp

Normal cannabis or as you get in on the street or in coffeeshops in holland and the usa, has mostly a lot more thc (psychedlic/psychoactive compund) then cbd (anxyolytic, calming, “antipsychotic”/antipsychedelic compound), amomg many other Cannabis alkaloids, that also act medicinical (also seen in the spiritual efect of spirit over psyche, over mind, over matter), and therefor intensifies the psych(e)(ic) state you had before the psychedelic experience, or exposes what is burried deep down in your soul (is psychedelic/bringing forth the soul) , or you might get an access to paranormal consciousness.
Where as industrial or CBD Hemp has a greater amount of CBD and therefore mostly poses no threat to your psych(e)(ical) state of mind but calmes down, also anxiety and expanded states of the soul!
Cannabis medicinal properties cross over a wide range of sicknessess, e.g.:
Pains, multiple sclerosis, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, cancer, insomnia, epilepsy, anxiety, ADHD, bipolar, depression, schizophrenia, OCD, colitis ulcerosa, arthritis, Morbus Crohn, arthritis etc……
It is also used by Saddhus as a spiritual plant to induce trance like states of mind and connect with the spirit and devine worlds!

bong-teeenager

Can brainalterations in developing teenagers induced through the early use of Cannabis and its influence in the endocanabinoidsystem of the brain also be seen in a positive way, when there’s more brainactivity through THC than in adults that don’t use Cannabis, and through not complete myelisation of nerve fibers they are more sensitive to outer (electromeagnetic induction – feelings vibrations) influences?
Can this be seen as a sensitization (of body/soul (nerves)) and an actvation of the emotional mind/entering an emotional (trance) state?
And through THC a not so well developed Hippocampus the shortterm memory becomes weak and therefor you live more in the moment?
This seen from a Baba’s/Guru’s/Spiritualist way of thinking is a desirable development becoming more open to emotions and living in the moment, but from an industrialized societies point of view it is a hinderance in the struggle for more performance.
So in a spiritual way Cannabis can be seen as more of a help (evolution through more active brain/entering an emotional (trance) state) but in a modern industrialized and performance orientated sense as more of a brainimpairment (sensitization and shortterm memory impairement).
(It’s Shiva’s plant isn’t it?)
What does that say about tobacco use in teenagers or alcohol (which also is a cell poison) use or other entheogens which alkaloids also resemble neurotransmitters when they also sensitize (regard also the use of entheogens in initiation rituals in some tribal indigenous cultures, by opening up to spiritual realities )?
But the alleged amplification of “schizophrenia” in the population possibility is neglectable since there’s a medical consensus that one must be predespositioned to “schizophrenia” to be induced through THC and that applies merely to 1% of the worlds population, and the paradigm of the existance of the illness “schizophrenia” is also doubtable!

going_deeper Spiritual Reality

From a medicinal biological psychiatric perspective, love, hate, sadness or any other intense feeling, perception or thought is too much or not enough of any hormones or neurotransmitters, especially altered states of consciousness, thus an imbalance and thus a psychotic illness! Because you can suffer from all the above mentioned somehow!
But if you look at it from a spiritual reality point of view, they are just human experiences of altered states of consciousness, that a lot of people already went through and are realized somehow, and that need to be explored, analyzed and compared to already known and explored altered states of consciousness, such as shamans, witches, healers, yogis, sadhus, gurus, sacred scriptures viewpoints etc. altered states of consciousness, and then implemented in a wholesome positive way into your reality.

Lophophora_williamsii_Peyote

Peyote is a Spanish word derived from the Nahuatl, or Aztec, peyōtl[ˈpejoːt͡ɬ], meaning “glisten” or “glistening”. Other sources translate the Nahuatl word as “Divine Messenger”.

Known for its psychoactive properties when ingested, peyote is used worldwide, having a long history of ritualistic and medicinal use by indigenous North Americans. Peyote contains the hallucinogen mescaline.

When used for its psychoactive properties, common doses for pure mescaline range from roughly 200 to 400 mg. This translates to a dose of roughly 10 to 20 g of dried peyote buttons of average potency; however, potency varies considerably between samples, making it difficult to measure doses accurately without first extracting the mescaline. The effects last about 10 to 12 hours. Peyote is reported to trigger rich visual or auditory effects.

In addition to psychoactive use, some Native American tribes use the plant in the belief it may have curative properties. They employ peyote to treat such varied ailments as toothache, pain in childbirth, fever, breast pain, skin diseases, rheumatism, diabetes, colds, and blindness. The US Dispensatory lists peyote under the name Anhalonium, and states it can be used in various preparations for neurasthenia, hysteria, and asthma. Peyote also contains an alkaloid called peyocactin. It is now called hordenine.

To meet the spirit or deity chew and eat about 1 to 6 peyote buttons of older plants or less.

Muscade-nutmeg

Nutmeg is the spice made by grinding the seed of the fragrant nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) tree into powder.

In low doses, nutmeg produces no noticeable physiological or neurological response, but in large doses, raw nutmeg – freshly ground from kernels, as well as nutmeg oil – have psychoactive effects, appear to derive from anticholinergic-like hallucinogenic mechanisms attributed to myristicin and elemicin.

Nutmeg was once considered an abortifacient, but may be safe for culinary use during pregnancy if used only in flavoring amounts. However, if consumed in large quantities, it contains hallucinogens that may affect the fetus, and consequently, nutmeg is recommended for avoidance during pregnancy.

In early Indian scriptures, it is mentioned as “intoxicating fruit”. In Egypt, it is sometimes smoked as a surrogate for hashish. The Arabs used it in ancient times as a healing agent. The most remarkable use of nutmeg is found in western countries, especially with criminal prisoners, for whom other drugs are unattainable

To achieve a narcotic effect, it is ingested at least one teaspoon full or sniffed or smoked (try microdosing first).

Datura_stramonium_jimson weed

Datura belongs to the classic “witches’ weeds”, along with deadly nightshade, henbane, and Mandrake. Most parts of the plants are toxic, and Datura has a long history of use for causing delirious states and death. It was well known as an essential ingredient of potions and witches’ brews.

In India, it has been referred to as “Poisonous” and as an aphrodisiac. In little measures, it was used in Ayurveda as medicine from ancient times. It is used in rituals and prayers to Shiva. It is also used in Ganesh Chaturthi.

Anthropologists have found that indigenous groups, with a great deal of experience with and detailed knowledge of Datura, have been known to use Datura spiritually (including the Navajo and especially the Havasupai). Again, knowledge of Datura’s properties is necessary to facilitate a healthy experience. Southern Paiute Indians believe Datura can help locate missing objects.

In olden times the flowers and seeds were used in treatments of skin rashes in the face; for internal treatments, it was used for colds, nervous disturbances; it was also used with madness, varying fever sicknesses, tumors, breast infections, skin diseases, asthma, rheumatic pains, swellings, pain relieve at birth and diarrhea.

The plant is assigned a very strong hallucinogenic effect, so that only somebody, “who is so authorized”, can control it.

In many indigenous cultures, it is used as a hallucinogen that allows contact with the spirit world, for recognition of sicknesses and as a youth initiation agent.

The physiological activity expresses itself in fatigue that leads to hallucinatory phase and ends in deep sleep and unconsciousness.

For a good trip chew and eat some seeds or drink about 1 cup of plant tea or less (try microdosing first), to enter the spirit world and a dreamlike visionary state.

psilocybe_semilanceata Ninos Santos

Hallucinogenic species of the Psilocybe genus have a history of use among the native peoples of Mesoamerica for religious communion, divination, and healing, from pre-Columbian times to the present day.
It is reported that Mushroom healers did cure such severe illnesses as cancer, HIV, short-sightedness, chronic diseases (e.g. chronic malaria), severe psychological illnesses etc. with the aid of magic mushrooms.

European witches seem to have used it in combination with wine to make the trip more pleasant (“softer”), though I don’t advise it since the effect of alcohol on the Ninos Santos is a diminishing one.

As with other psychedelics such as LSD, the experience, or “trip”, is strongly dependent upon set and setting. A negative environment could contribute to a bad trip, whereas a comfortable and familiar environment would set the stage for a pleasant experience. Psychedelics make experiences more intense, so if a person enters a trip in an anxious state of mind, they will likely experience heightened anxiety on their trip. Many users find it preferable to ingest the mushrooms with friends, people with whom they are familiar, or people who are familiar with ‘tripping’. The psychological consequences of psilocybin use include hallucinations and an inability to discern fantasy from reality.

The Mesoamerican indigenous lore goes, that the avatar or god Quetzalcoatl was also known as Kukul-kan carries Jesus in his mouth over the land of the Indians and the blood that drops from Jesus’ heart turns into the Ninos Santos.
In ancient times it was not the figure of Jesus that was carried around but a famous indigenous warrior from which heart the blood dropped.

Ingest about 1 to 4 mushrooms or less (try microdosing first) to enter a trancelike visionary state with deep insights into the nature of reality and/or the spirit world.

Fly agaric

Amanita muscaria is noted for its hallucinogenic properties, with its main psychoactive constituents being the compounds ibotenic acid and muscimol. The mushroom was used as an intoxicant and entheogen by the peoples of Siberia and has a religious significance in these cultures. There has been much speculation on possible traditional use of this mushroom as an intoxicant in other places such as the Middle East, Eurasia, North America, and Scandinavia.

Amanita muscaria was widely used as an entheogen by many of the indigenous peoples of Siberia. Its use was known among almost all of the Uralic-speaking peoples of western Siberia and the Paleosiberian-speaking peoples of the Russian Far East. There are only isolated reports of A. muscaria use among the Tungusic and Turkic peoples of central Siberia and it is believed that on the whole entheogenic use of A. muscaria was not practiced by these peoples. In western Siberia, the use of A. muscaria was restricted to shamans, who used it as an alternative method of achieving a trance state. (Normally, Siberian shamans achieve trance by prolonged drumming and dancing.) In eastern Siberia, A. muscaria was used by both shamans and laypeople alike and was used recreationally as well as religiously. In eastern Siberia, the shaman would take the mushrooms, and others would drink his urine. This urine, still containing psychoactive elements, may be more potent than the A. muscaria mushrooms with fewer negative effects such as sweating and twitching, suggesting that the initial user may act as a screening filter for other components in the mushroom.

The Koryak of eastern Siberia have a story about the fly agaric (wapaq) which enabled Big Raven to carry a whale to its home. In the story, the deity Vahiyinin (“Existence”) spat onto earth, and his spittle became the wapaq, and his saliva becomes the warts. After experiencing the power of the wapaq, Raven was so exhilarated that he told it to grow forever on earth so his children, the people, could learn from it. Among the Koryaks, one report said that the poor would consume the urine of the wealthy, who could afford to buy the mushrooms.

The wide range of psychoactive effects have been variously described as depressant, sedative-hypnotic, psychedelic, dissociative, and or deliriant; paradoxical effects such as stimulation may occur, however. Perceptual phenomena such as synesthesia, macropsia, and micropsia may occur; the latter two effects may occur simultaneously and or alternatingly as part of Alice in Wonderland syndrome, collectively known as dysmetropsia, along with related distortions pelopsia and teleopsia. Some users report lucid dreaming under the influence of its hypnotic effects. Unlike Psilocybe cubensis, A. muscaria cannot be commercially cultivated, due to its mycorrhizal relationship with the roots of pine trees

A fatal dose has been calculated as 15 caps.

Eat about 1 preferably dried (or fresh) mushroom or less to induce dreamlike visionary trance states. (Try microdosing first)

ergot

The most prominent member of this group is Claviceps purpurea (“rye ergot fungus”). This fungus grows on rye and related plants and produces alkaloids that can cause ergotism in humans and other mammals who consume grains contaminated with its fruiting structure.

It has recently been convincingly demonstrated that ergot may have played a role in the ancient Greek Eleusinian mysteries.
Ergot (a fungal disease affecting rye) in the Middle Ages contaminated whole areas of ergotism if accidentally ground into rye flour. This mass poisoning was called “Antonius fire”.

The neurotropic activities of the ergot alkaloids may also cause hallucinations and attendant irrational behavior, convulsions, and even death.
Ergot extract has been used in pharmaceutical preparations, including ergot alkaloids in products such as Cafergot (containing caffeine and ergotamine or ergoline) to treat migraine headaches, and ergometrine used to induce uterine contractions and to control bleeding after childbirth.

Ergot does not contain lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) but instead contains lysergic acid as well as its precursor, ergotamine. Lysergic acid is a precursor for the synthesis of LSD. Their realized and hypothesized medicinal uses have encouraged intensive research since the 1950s culminating on the one hand in the development of drugs both legal (e.g., bromocriptine) and illegal (e.g., lysergic acid diethylamide= LSD), and on the other hand in extensive knowledge of the enzymes, genetics, and diversity of ergot alkaloid biosynthetic pathways.

Midwives and doctors have used extracts from ergots to hasten childbirth or to induce abortions for centuries and ergot was frequently used by midwives as “a childbed remedy”.

Ergots are drunk for psychoactive purposes as cold water extract. The dosage is very uncertain and dangerous! (try Microdosing)
If you’re anxious about the ergot, try LSD preparations, which is a synthetic derivate of the ergot and much more safe.
They can be obtained on the black market or the dark web. (you might want to try microdosing first)
It induces a trancelike visionary state with deep insights into the nature of reality.