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Australians No Coca Cannabis Profits 1

Australians No Coca Cannabis Profits 1. Australians don’t grow coca they prefer cannabis profits as their #1 choice. With cocaine in big demand in Australia, why do they not just grow it? Australians pay the third highest price in the world market for their cocaine. Prices fluctuate at around $AUD300 g, making Australia’s cocaine the third highest price per gram in the world behind Kuwait and the United States. All Australia’s cocaine is imported, mostly from South America, making the drug lords huge profits. With the wide-open spaces, arable land, and perfect climate, why is cocaine not grown in Australia?

Australians no coca cannabis profits 1
Cocaine is extracted from four different varieties of the coca plant, grown in South America. Long before the Europeans discovered the coca plant’s effects, the South American tribes chewed the leaves…

Magic Mushroom Season in Australia

Magic mushrooms are reminiscent of Australia’s hippy era in the 1960s. And here we are, 50 years later, where they are becoming popular again among teenagers and the social scene in Australia. They are cheap and easy to find if you know when and where to look for them. You have to be careful you know a magic mushroom from a poisonous mushroom. Making a mistake can be deadly or leave you with permanent brain damage.

During the cold months of winter in Australia, magic mushrooms pop up around the country. The magic happens only once a year. with the right combination of temperature and moisture magic mushrooms rear their heads in all sorts of places. In gardens, forests, playgrounds, creeks, and parks. But, unless you know exactly what you are doing, you can poison yourself.

Magic Mushroom Season in Australia

Australia has 30 types of mushrooms with the hallucinogenic compound psilocybin. Psilocybin decreases brain activity in the prefrontal cortex for up to 6 hours after ingestion. British researcher, Robin Carhart-Harris found that people ingesting magic mushrooms received information the brain usually discarded. This is because its ability to interpret its sensory inputs is decreased. Magic mushrooms allow the mind to work freely, which can account for the hallucinations…

Ayahuasca in Australia

The shocking killing of Port Adelaide football coach, Phil Walsh, has highlighted the use of ayahuasca in Australia. Cy Walsh stabbed his father multiple times during a psychotic episode. He had experimented with the drug while travelling overseas and continued to use it in Australia. The courts found the psychosis was not a result of drugs, as there were none detected in his system. But, it is a warning of the possible dangerous effects of ayahuasca. And, it is not clear whether ayahuasca contributed to his ongoing psychosis.

Ayahuasca in Australia

Ayahuasca is not commonly used in Australia with only an estimated 1000 regular users across the country. Facilitators hold ceremonies in different areas with up to 50 people attending…

Strain of The Month October

Strain of The Month October 2016 is Pot of Gold. This strain loves the Australian climate and produces so much gold resin by harvest, you’ll be the proud gardner of a cannabis plant bronzed in gold.

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