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Another Poppie "opium" question.
    #573842 - 07/22/11 02:43 AM (5 years, 3 months ago)

Ok I want to grow some poppies. But I don't know which ones are the best and legit ones to grow and where to obtain them. I heard Papaver somniferum is the best ones to buy But Which ones? I heard they got different ones withen Papaver somniferum(hens&chicks/blue seeds etc). Is there anyway I can obtain the ones they grow for medicinal use in pills? Anyone know the name of those? Or ones used in Afghanistan to make heroin? And the ones at the grocery store are Papaver somniferum but Is there anything different about them compared to ones ordered from internet.

I just need to know the best ones. Preferably Ones used for medicinal use or the afghanni ones.


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Re: Another Poppie "opium" question. [Re: critik]
    #573872 - 07/22/11 11:01 AM (5 years, 3 months ago)

The giganteum strain apparently has great production but from what I've read if you want the opiate high and aren't growing fields of poppies for opium you'll want to make tea.


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Re: Another Poppie "opium" question. [Re: ninja cat 09]
    #579286 - 08/18/11 10:04 PM (5 years, 2 months ago)

i have grew the  giganteum strain and they are quite nice  :laugh:  [image][/image]

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Re: Another Poppie "opium" question. [Re: cannabis420420]
    #579397 - 08/19/11 03:10 PM (5 years, 2 months ago)

you want the white peshwar papaver somniferum and if you are in canada you can get it from the vancouver seed bank

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