Have you tried legal highs yet?

December 21, 2008

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Rock the Party Scene with Herbal Highs

September 13, 2008

by Linda Tom

Do you like to shake it your way with the crowd in DJ’s tune? Being a performer, raving with the best vibes jigging at the dance floor through out the night is the dream of everyone. Everyone wants to enjoy their best during party nights. After stressed hard work at the day end it is very tiresome regain the party mood and then dancing away whole night. However it’s more disgusting to wake up with heavy headache next sunrise. The after consequences always make people allergic towards attending parties. Party pills or Party Highs is one of the options to which people resort for the ecstasy.

For a spontaneous party feel and experience, party animals normally use several pills such as Ecstasy, ketamine etc. The effects of these party highs are very detrimental to the mind & body. Many people believe that party pills are non-addictive; but most of them have shown serious side-effects, such as hallucinated vision, spasms, teeth gritting, nausea, sweating, increased heart rate, high BP levels, anxiety, and depression. So, when you usually score the stuffs, it is very important to determine the effects also. Most of these drugs are not allowed in all countries, so be careful before using any party highs, it shouldn’t violate the law.

World is full with alternative solutions, to experience full energy to rave in the party there are several alternatives available in market named as legal highs. Legal highs are more demanding, when herbs are included with its ingredients. Everyone believes in herbal products because of its quick results with fewer side effects.

Herbal pills work as a natural alternative to the illegal drugs. With herbal highs you can offer you absolute ecstasy while not messing with the law & your health. Herbal party pills are formulated in such a way that each ingredient will keep you buzzing with energy & enigma for hours on end.

Most other party pills have BZP and TFMPP in them which causes dehydration and are extremely dangerous when consumed with alcohol. But herbal highs are completely made from natural elements & contain neither of these; hence it is safe to mix it with alcohol too.

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Seth Rogen used legal highs on the set of Pineapple Express

August 11, 2008

If you saw Pineapple Express, you saw all the “weed” Seth Rogen and James Franco smoked. The movie was one of the best stoner comedies ever. The tremendous acting skills of Seth Rogen and James Franco were not the only factors at work. They were smoking legal bud! Was it marijuana? Nope. But I’ll tell you what.. they were high! Remember the “weed” they smoked on the MTV Awards? Was it a prop? Nope. They were smoking legal highs!

Legal highs are not props. They are legitimate herbs that can really get you high. Don’t smoke these and drive! These products have been on the market for 25 years but have largely gone under the radar as many users would just buy them at headshops rather than go online. Things have changed. The internet has taken off and so have legal highs.

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Will legal highs show up in a drug test? There are many different kinds of legal highs but you can guarantee they will not show up in a drug test!

Most Common Herbs for Legal Highs and Psychoactive Properties

August 9, 2008

5-HTP – The psychoactive action of 5-HTP is thought to derive from its effect on serotonin synthesis in central nervous system tissue. It is believed that an artificially high supply of 5-HTP causes the brain’s serotonin-producing neurons to increase production. Increased serotonin production then leads to increased serotonin release. Used in many Herbal Ecstasy Products as a legal high.

Artemesia Vulgaris (Mugwort or Common Wormwood ) – The nervine action of Mugwort is thought to aid in depression and ease tension

Avena Sativa (Wild Oats) – Avena Sativa is quickly becoming a popular natural alternative to pharmaceutical erection enhancers without the dangerous side effects. Also known as Oats Milky Seed or Wild Oats, Avena Sativa is used to stimulate both men and women quickly and effectively. In men it appears to be effective for treating impotence and premature ejaculation. In women it may increase sexual desire. It also contains compounds which are soothing to the brain and nervous system. Used in many Legal Herbal Products as a legal high.

Bitter Orange Extract – Bitter orange contains synephrine, a drug similar to ephedrine, acting as a stimulant.

Calea Zacatechichi – Calea Zacatechichi is a medium sized shrub that has reportedly been used by the Chontal indians of Mexico as a hallucinogen. Its dried leaves are used before sleep to increase dreaming. Its effects are not well documented. Used in many Legal Bud products as a legal high.

Cayenne – Cayenne pepper (also called Capsicum frutescens) is a stimulating herb made from the dried pods of chili peppers and is well known for its pungent taste and smell.

Cocoa Bromine – Theobromine, active principle, is the primary alkaloid found in cocoa and chocolate.

Cola-Nut – Orally, cola nut is used for short-term relief of mental and physical fatigue and depressive states, especially those associated with general muscle weakness. It is also used orally for chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), melancholy, atony, exhaustion, dysentery, atonic diarrhea, weight loss, and migraines.

Damiana – Damiana has been used in folk medicine for centuries. Most notably, it has a reputation for being an aphrodisiac, a substance that supposedly heightens sexual desire and enhances sexual performance.

Fo-Ti – In Chinese medicine, fo-ti is a longevity tonic that is used for greying hair, premature aging, weakness, vaginal discharge, and erectile dysfunction. Red fo-ti is considered a tonic to increase vitality and energy, strengthen the blood, kidneys and liver. White fo-ti is used for constipation.

Guarana – Stimulant. Because guaranine is chemically equivalent to caffeine, guaraná is of interest for its potential effects on cognition. In rats, guaraná increased memory retention and physical endurance when compared with a placebo.

Kava Kava – Effects of kavalactones include mild sedation, a slight numbing of the gums and mouth, and vivid dreams. Kava has been reported to improve cognitive performance and promote a cheerful mood. Muscle relaxant, anaesthetic, anticonvulsive and anxiolytic effects are thought to result from direct interactions of kavalactones with voltage-gated ion channels. Used in many legal buds.

Korean Ginseng – Both American and Panax (Asian) ginseng roots are taken orally as adaptogens, aphrodisiacs, nourishing stimulants, and in the treatment of type II diabetes, including sexual dysfunction in men.

Lactuca Virosa (Wild Lettuce) – The effects of ingesting L. virosa are similar to opium, although no opiates are present in the plant. Effects are felt quickly but do not last long, between half an hour to a couple of hours. They dwindle slowly. The plant has been used as an anesthetic and a sleep aid, as well as recreationally. Oils and extracts can be produced from L. virosa, they are often added to tea to help induce sleep. Used in many legal buds.

Lavender – Lavender is frequently used as an aid to sleep and relaxation.

Leonurus Sibiricus (Mini-Marijuana) – The plants buds and sometimes leaves are used to smoke to achieve a mild to intense high somewhat similar to marijuana. Although the plant does not contain THC, it contains a similar compound.

Leonitus leonurus (Wild Dagga) – Leonitis leonurus is also known as Lion’s Tail or Wild Dagga. It is a
member of the Mint family of plants that is used by the Hottentot tribesmen to promote euphoria and exuberance when smoked. The active component in Wild Dagga is leonurine, the same alkaloid that is
mildly psychoactive in the similar Leonurus sibiricus (marihuanilla). Used in many legal herbs.

Passion vine – The flower has only traces of these chemicals, but the leaves and the roots of some species contain more and have been used to enhance the effects of mind-altering drugs. Once dried, the leaves can also be smoked. Passion flower also may be effective for anxiety disorder, but further studies are needed.

Sinicuichi – Heimia salicifolia is a perennial shrub with small narrow leaves and yellow flowers growing up to 1.5 meters. It has been identified as the Aztec hallucinogen “sinicuichi” though this fact is controversial. Sinicuichi is reported to be an auditory hallucinogen, but the effects of H. salicifolia are not well known.

Skull Cap - Traditionally it is known as a nerve tonic and sedative for relieving anxiety, neuralgia, and insomnia.

Star of Bethlahem – Bach Flower. Used as an upper. Not much info is available.

Tagetes – contains psychoactive properties.

Valarian – sedative and muscle relaxant.

Wild Hops – sleep inducer, sedative, to relax smooth muscle function, to relax central nervous activity. Treats premature ejaculation and sexual neuroses.

Yerba mate – Mate contains xanthines, which are alkaloids in the same family as caffeine, theophylline, and theobromine, well-known stimulants also found in coffee and chocolate. Used in many weight-loss products and herbal ecstasy products.

Legal Highs

August 7, 2008

A ‘Legal high‘ is a natural, legal substance that lets a person reach a high similar to that of illegal drugs but without any prohibitions or side-effects to it. Many legal highs are being used over illegal ones in night clubs & other party spots in the last few years because of its many advantages & growing fame.

Some of the legal highs include smoking blends and pills. These are created to give you the same effects as that of illegal drugs such as cannabis and other illegal plants. But unlike the illegal ones, the best advantage one can have from legal highs is that they are allowed anywhere with no ban on them. The second biggest advantage is that legal highs like Red Bliss give you almost similar or sometimes better effects than the illegal ones but with no risky effects seen in the illegal ones. Certain legal high products are made to have similar effects to that of specific illegal drugs such as cocaine but they are completely legal to possess. Most of the legal highs are made of natural elements with no trace of any harmful chemical in them. These are not only legal but are also very safe to consume. One of the many reasons that legal highs have gained a lot of fame is that in some countries these are sold as drug harm minimization solutions. Some people have even said that using legal highs as alternatives lowers the addiction and exploitation of illegal drugs. Many individuals addicted to harmful drugs such as methamphetamines have replaced the illegal drugs for legal highs to get over their perilous lifestyle. Using banned substances may result in you being terminated from your job, risking heavy penalties and dealing with a negative stigma. Hence it’s no surprise that people are switching from illegal drugs to legal highs at such a rapid rate.

If you are looking out for the best natural alternative to illegal substances, then there is no better party pill than Red Bliss. Red Bliss is a better substitute for you if you don’t want to use illegal and harmful drugs but want the same high feeling that illegal pills give. With Red Bliss you reach the maximum high without any of the nasty comedown effects.

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Legal Highs: A Concise Encyclopedia of Legal Herbs and Chemicals with Psychoactive Properties Second Edition

August 7, 2008


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