Growing poppies.

Discussion in 'Opiates' started by TreePhiend, May 16, 2004.

  1. TreePhiend

    TreePhiend Member

    Ok, how many plants would you need to just occasionally smoke some opium? I'm talkin like 2-4 times a year, and not that much. Is opium simply the dried milk of the poppy plant or must it be concentrated somehow? Thanks!
     
  2. madboy139

    madboy139 Member

    opium is simply the dried latex of the unripe poppy pod. you can just plant them in your back yard they look like any other poppy so nooone will know the difference. they grow like a mother fucker. they are truly a weed and one plant will soon be many.
     
  3. backtothelab

    backtothelab Senior Member

    One, but let me advise you, like the kid prior to me said, they grow like a fucking weed. They will over take everything, and you really can't get rid of them. They are legal to own, considered a noxious weed, but if you harvest them, ie: someone sees you walk out into the yard and cut a slice in one= the slammer. Normally I've cut a slice(not too deep) and let it drip for like 3-5 hours, then come back to break a big gooey chunk off. Seriously though, if your going to smoke like twice a year, just buy, or plant a shitload and become a poppy addict.
     
  4. backtothelab

    backtothelab Senior Member

    sry i did'nt really answer the whole thing--yes, it is the dried sap of the opium plant. No prep just let the sap ooze for a while, and take some. Also, let me add, if a cop sees a bunch with cuts, your screwed. If you have a compost heap, milk a pod once or twice, then toss it in.
     
  5. madboy139

    madboy139 Member

    pick the pods after you get out the opium. make tea with them there should still be some alkaloids left.
     
  6. xaosflux

    xaosflux Sysop Lifetime Supporter

    does anyone have any
    links to a poppy specific page?
     
  7. gnrm23

    gnrm23 Senior Member

  8. what kind is the easiest to grow and where can i get seeds...will local stores carry them????
    it also seems like an easy plant to grow...so would it be possible to grow indoors?????
     
  9. 0piate

    0piate Member

  10. backtothelab

    backtothelab Senior Member

    i would'nt bother with indoor, but i suppose if you really wanted to.

    I got my seeds from a friend, but i know the walmart sells a couple different varieties of poppy, which may or may not be the type desired. Actually, walmart sells MG,HBW, and a type of salvia, but i'm pretty sure, almost positive that it's not divinorum
     
  11. xaosflux

    xaosflux Sysop Lifetime Supporter

    Has anyone on here cultivated and harvested poppies for personal use before?
     
  12. backtothelab

    backtothelab Senior Member

    yes, what's up'
     
  13. xaosflux

    xaosflux Sysop Lifetime Supporter

    Was thinking about doing this...


    How much space do you need?

    How long is the growth cycle?
     
  14. jtryp

    jtryp Member

  15. kentuckyfunk

    kentuckyfunk Member

    Allright.... I Will Be The New Owner Of 2000 Poppy Seeds Next Week!!!!!!! I Can't Wait Till Those Ugly Ass Leaves Fall Off....hehe
     
  16. tiki_god7

    tiki_god7 Member

    do all types of poppy plants produce opium or just a certain kind? I bought a kind off ebay called papavar somniferum heard that they all produce opium...the guy I bought them from said they do.....hate to get stiffed though
     
  17. SpringSnow

    SpringSnow Member

    It's only the somniferum type (of which different types exist).
     

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