Ethical… plants and compounds
I suggest we all first ask ourselves, “Is this an ethical tool that could really help me to improve?” There are many excellent options that will give you a solid “yes” to the latter… choose species that grow well, grow widely, and grow quickly.
Start small, start conservative, and ask more questions than you think necessary. If you are seeking to know thy self, ensure you first know thine medicine… simply eliminate from your consideration any slow-growing…
Original Article (Tim Blog):
An urgent plea to users of psychedelics: let’s consider a more ethical menu of plants and compounds
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