Prickly Poppy (Argemone mexicana)


The Mexican prickly poppy (Argemone mexicana) is species of poppy found in Mexico and now widely naturalized in many parts of the world.

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Type: Shredded€ 15.00
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The Mexican prickly poppy (flowering thistle, cardo or cardosanto as the Spanish call it) is a plant that is native to the American tropics but is now found throughout the world. It also grows in tropical Africa as well as in India and Nepal. The extremely hardy plant develops bright yellow flowers and produces yellow latex.

Little is known about the effects of the Mexican prickly poppy but the seeds are said to have a similar effect as cannabis. The dried herb, flowers and the latex juice from the plant are also reputed to have narcotic effects. In Mexico, the dried plant is sometimes smoked for its aphrodisiac and euphoriant effects.

Shredded: 80 grams

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    Aucun effet !
    J'ai essayé ce produit en le fumant mais aucun effet, je suis déçu car je pensais que ça ressemblerait au cannabis... Je ne recommande donc pas...


    It stings when you touch it
    I tried smoking these leafs but not much effect, my friend also smoked them and had no effects


    As a tea it did not work for me, but letting it ripe in high procentage alcohol for a few weeks it has a nice relxing and sleeping deeping efeekt on , wish i could make more Thanks for the offer

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Prickly Poppy (Argemone mexicana)
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