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    i heard coleus blumei has mild psychedelic effects when ingested or chewed.

    i have a bunch of the plant growing in at my house so is this true?

    does anybody have any info or experiece with the plant?

    *i heard it was used as a replacement for salvia d. by the Aztecs and Mayans, and that coleus is closely related to salvia d.
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    Apparently it is. Try it in varying dosages, and see what it's like?

    http://www.erowid.org/plants/coleus/coleus.shtml

    http://www.erowid.org/experiences/subs/exp_Coleus.shtml

    I've never used Coleus but I have grown them in the summer.

    The leaves smell nasty (to me) so I wouldn't chew on them or make a tea out of them and drink it.

    Do you think the dried leaves would go well mixed with herb? Or could you vaporize them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PriestTheyCalledHim View Post
    Apparently it is. Try it in varying dosages, and see what it's like?

    http://www.erowid.org/plants/coleus/coleus.shtml

    http://www.erowid.org/experiences/subs/exp_Coleus.shtml

    I've never used Coleus but I have grown them in the summer.

    The leaves smell nasty (to me) so I wouldn't chew on them or make a tea out of them and drink it.

    Do you think the dried leaves would go well mixed with herb? Or could you vaporize them?
    from what i heard it can't be smoked and the best results come from buccal use.

    i have a huge plant with big leaves i guess i'll give it a few tries.
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    has anybody actually tried coleus?
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    There's a lot of varieties of Coleus - make sure you have the right one
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    Quote Originally Posted by sekio View Post
    There's a lot of varieties of Coleus - make sure you have the right one
    i know, coleus blumei.

    and i'm sure i don't have one of the "hybrid" varieties.
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