Thursday, April 2, 2009

Alternatives To Legal Weed

With the outlawing of marijuana or cannabis, poppy seed extract or opium, and hashish or pot, one might question what substance in the aromatic plant legal professionals have found to be offensive and medical practitioners have frowned upon. As with all things, plants, flowers, spices and aromatic plants have certain extracts which result in reactions. A farmer feeds his horse fennel and honey to calm her and aid his digestion when suffering from colic. Socrates ingested hemlock to satisfy his death sentence.

Today, sedatives are made use of by Western Medicine to anesthetize extreme pain and prisoners are injected with compounds to carry out the death sentence; churches burn frankincense and myrrh to cleanse the air of unwanted spirits and verify an quintessence of spirituality. These products by symbolic analogy could be considered legal weed alternatives - they often elicit the same feelings a shaman would be seeking from outlawed substances. If you're looking for a way to enjoy a delicious smoke while staying on the right side of the law, legal weed alternatives from International Oddities merit further investigation.


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