Discussion in 'Exotic Psychedelic Plants' started by otb01, Jun 1, 2007.

  1. otb01

    otb01 Member

    I just picked two samples of coleus leaves while walking home to my apartment. One four-leaf sample and one five-leaf sample were each picked from two plants at two different blocks. I have a few questions:

    1. Based on the pictures, is this one of the psychoactive Coleii?
    2. How many of those would I have to smoke to get some visual activity?
    3. How do you guys suggest drying those?
  2. Uninova

    Uninova Member

    From what I've read,
    coleusblumei or coleus pumila are needed; and coleus blumei is the common
    coleusplant that you probably have. Their are, however, according to a friend I talked to who has quite the green thumb, over a half dozen kinds of coleus.

    I recommend going back, getting about 45-65 leaves, quickly come back to your house and put them in the freezer for about 20 minutes to burst the cells, and then eat them.
    The leaves (so i've heard) won't be good after about 1 1/2 - 2 hours. They need to be EXTREMELY fresh. Dried just won't work.

    Also try soaking as many leaves as possible in your mouth (under tongue, in lip, cheek, etc.) because I hear colues is similiar to salvia and you can soak salvia in your mouth and
    trip out!

    Good luck!
  3. otb01

    otb01 Member

    No, no, no. I was asking about smoking dosages -.-
  4. Uninova

    Uninova Member

    It's not really meant for smoking cause you would have to smoke a shitload and it'd have to be fresh not dried.
  5. otb01

    otb01 Member

    I've read posts where people get experiences off of 2-8 leaves :), dried

    I just wanted to confirm that
  6. Sensei

    Sensei Senior Member

    saw this, checked erowid, am now buying a few plants to check it out.

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