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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: Solid Log]
    #865486 - 03/15/24 06:31 AM (1 month, 7 hours ago)

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Solid Log said:
I just bought a pound of Cultivated American Ginseng Root Powdered. 
I am going to order Astragalus Root Powder tomorrow.




Right on  man! I hope it turns out to be awesome  :thumbup:

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Solid Log said:
I've been practicing Silat and Escrima since 1993 and Taiji, Bagua and Xingyi since 2008.  I like practicing slow twisting and circling steps with blades.  It nourishes my brain and I circulate my chi to stay healthy and massage my internal organs to stay soft and limber. 
The first thing I would teach someone is how to relax and root and circulate Qi.  After relaxing, someone can learn basic Gong Fu!





Very interesting  :yesnod:

Maybe I need to look into doing some of those exercises for myself  :cool:

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I like to say it affects your Chi, rather than It gets you high.
Definitely grow your own if you can.
OHH!  And they do sell Wild American Ginseng!  I found it on Amazon.





Ah,  I do need my Chi aligned  :biggrin:

Dang, that wild Ginseng root is expensive on Amazon!

I'd like to order some to maybe grow, but man I can't afford it!

What are you ordering roots or powder?



I live in America, I can try to hunt you some ginseng this year if you want? I haven't hunted it in years. (They grow around where I live)





Do I ever!!! Yes please,  And if you do go,  please take habitat pics and shots of them in the wild too,  if you can  :smile:

I also live in america,  and it grows in my state too,  just not in my area as far as I know.

I just looked, and it said my state has some of the highest quality Ginseng out of the whole country.

It's more situated in the Eastern and south Eastern part of my sate,  towards the mountains. But it does grow here in the west too.

I have never seen any before,  and I spend most of my time in the woods,  foraging for plants and mushrooms,  so I doubt that it grows in my immediate area.

However,  when I go morel hunting tomorrow,  I'll be on the look out just for the hell of it.

Keep me posted,  and good luck  :thumbup:

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Siberian Ginseng extract is available on Amazon for hella cheap.
It's been cooked.  I don't what kind of solvent they used to make the essence.
I am so high on American Ginseng.  Siberian is like smoking Schwag Pot.





Yeah,  I like growing my own herbs. Why spend ungodly amounts of money on all that,  especially cannabis,  when one can just grow their own  :wink:

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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: Versicolour]
    #865491 - 03/15/24 07:36 AM (1 month, 6 hours ago)

You have to dry the Ginseng after you pick it.  Study how to do it before you pick so you have the facilities all set.


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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: Solid Log]
    #865492 - 03/15/24 08:17 AM (1 month, 5 hours ago)

American Ginseng is the best :vibin:


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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: Versicolour]
    #865493 - 03/15/24 08:18 AM (1 month, 5 hours ago)

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Versicolour said:
Quote:

Solid Log said:
I just bought a pound of Cultivated American Ginseng Root Powdered. 
I am going to order Astragalus Root Powder tomorrow.




Right on  man! I hope it turns out to be awesome  :thumbup:

Quote:

Solid Log said:
I've been practicing Silat and Escrima since 1993 and Taiji, Bagua and Xingyi since 2008.  I like practicing slow twisting and circling steps with blades.  It nourishes my brain and I circulate my chi to stay healthy and massage my internal organs to stay soft and limber. 
The first thing I would teach someone is how to relax and root and circulate Qi.  After relaxing, someone can learn basic Gong Fu!





Very interesting  :yesnod:

Maybe I need to look into doing some of those exercises for myself  :cool:

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spirit_shadow said:
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Versicolour said:
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Solid Log said:
I like to say it affects your Chi, rather than It gets you high.
Definitely grow your own if you can.
OHH!  And they do sell Wild American Ginseng!  I found it on Amazon.





Ah,  I do need my Chi aligned  :biggrin:

Dang, that wild Ginseng root is expensive on Amazon!

I'd like to order some to maybe grow, but man I can't afford it!

What are you ordering roots or powder?



I live in America, I can try to hunt you some ginseng this year if you want? I haven't hunted it in years. (They grow around where I live)





Do I ever!!! Yes please,  And if you do go,  please take habitat pics and shots of them in the wild too,  if you can  :smile:

I also live in america,  and it grows in my state too,  just not in my area as far as I know.

I just looked, and it said my state has some of the highest quality Ginseng out of the whole country.

It's more situated in the Eastern and south Eastern part of my sate,  towards the mountains. But it does grow here in the west too.

I have never seen any before,  and I spend most of my time in the woods,  foraging for plants and mushrooms,  so I doubt that it grows in my immediate area.

However,  when I go morel hunting tomorrow,  I'll be on the look out just for the hell of it.

Keep me posted,  and good luck  :thumbup:

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Solid Log said:
Siberian Ginseng extract is available on Amazon for hella cheap.
It's been cooked.  I don't what kind of solvent they used to make the essence.
I am so high on American Ginseng.  Siberian is like smoking Schwag Pot.





Yeah,  I like growing my own herbs. Why spend ungodly amounts of money on all that,  especially cannabis,  when one can just grow their own  :wink:



Right on, I'll look for some this year. The season in my area is around October but I'll go earlier just to find good spots.


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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: spirit_shadow]
    #865494 - 03/15/24 08:21 AM (1 month, 5 hours ago)

This is what they look like:(be aware there are look alikes. Ginseng has a plant based stem where a lot of the look alike are just baby trees that have bark on the stem and won't have berries.)


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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: spirit_shadow]
    #865497 - 03/15/24 03:38 PM (30 days, 22 hours ago)

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spirit_shadow said:
This is what they look like:(be aware there are look alikes. Ginseng has a plant based stem where a lot of the look alike are just baby trees that have bark on the stem and won't have berries.)





Right on man!

It seems that I have found it before in my life in the woods. It looks so very familiar.

Keep me posted though,  for sure,  as I am very interested in obtaining this herb to grow for myself  :cool:

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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: Versicolour]
    #865502 - 03/15/24 04:29 PM (30 days, 21 hours ago)

It takes a long time to get good roots. As I said I planted mine probably around 2009 or so :lol:


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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: spirit_shadow]
    #865503 - 03/15/24 06:37 PM (30 days, 19 hours ago)

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spirit_shadow said:
It takes a long time to get good roots. As I said I planted mine probably around 2009 or so :lol:




Dang!  Well,  maybe it's not a good idea to grow it then.

I found a pretty neat video on Ginseng though.

Makes me want to go out and find some!


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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: Versicolour]
    #865508 - 03/15/24 06:52 PM (30 days, 19 hours ago)

I am Fasting and drinking spoons of American Ginseng Root Powder in Water.


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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: Solid Log]
    #865513 - 03/16/24 06:20 AM (30 days, 7 hours ago)

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Solid Log said:
I am Fasting and drinking spoons of American Ginseng Root Powder in Water.




Um,  how much do you weigh brother?

You are always fasting!

You must be a skeleton with a thin layer of skin draped over your bones, ahahhaha!

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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: Versicolour]
    #865516 - 03/16/24 08:05 AM (30 days, 5 hours ago)

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Versicolour said:
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spirit_shadow said:
It takes a long time to get good roots. As I said I planted mine probably around 2009 or so :lol:




Dang!  Well,  maybe it's not a good idea to grow it then.

I found a pretty neat video on Ginseng though.

Makes me want to go out and find some!





It's a great idea cos the sooner the plant them the less you will have to wait :lol:

Edit: I used to hunt so much that when I would close my eyes I would see roots 🤣

That was the only time I ever enjoyed a bologna sandwhich too. When I would be hiking all day and run out of food but found a good spot so I stayed, then by the time I got back to town somebody had bologna and I said give me that fucking shit 💀


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Edited by spirit_shadow (03/16/24 08:09 AM)

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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: Versicolour]
    #865519 - 03/16/24 09:08 AM (30 days, 4 hours ago)

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Versicolour said:
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Solid Log said:
I am Fasting and drinking spoons of American Ginseng Root Powder in Water.




Um,  how much do you weigh brother?

You are always fasting!

You must be a skeleton with a thin layer of skin draped over your bones, ahahhaha!




I am 50 pounds overweight.


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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: spirit_shadow]
    #865522 - 03/16/24 04:55 PM (29 days, 21 hours ago)

less mood :feelsoldman:

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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: Solid Log]
    #865527 - 03/16/24 07:46 PM (29 days, 18 hours ago)

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spirit_shadow said:
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Versicolour said:
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spirit_shadow said:
It takes a long time to get good roots. As I said I planted mine probably around 2009 or so :lol:




Dang!  Well,  maybe it's not a good idea to grow it then.

I found a pretty neat video on Ginseng though.

Makes me want to go out and find some!





It's a great idea cos the sooner the plant them the less you will have to wait :lol:

Edit: I used to hunt so much that when I would close my eyes I would see roots 🤣

That was the only time I ever enjoyed a bologna sandwhich too. When I would be hiking all day and run out of food but found a good spot so I stayed, then by the time I got back to town somebody had bologna and I said give me that fucking shit 💀





I need some to plant then,  haha!

Yeah,  I used to hunt cubes so much,  that I dreamed of cow fields several times a week  :lol:

Hunting for mushrooms/herbs is an amazing addiction and rush!

I could never be hungry enough to eat bologna  :awepuke:

That stuff is made out of things even a starving animal would probably not eat.

I will admit though,  when I ate meat,  I used to love fried bologna,  but alas,  that was in a galaxy far far away...........


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Solid Log said:
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Versicolour said:
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Solid Log said:
I am Fasting and drinking spoons of American Ginseng Root Powder in Water.




Um,  how much do you weigh brother?

You are always fasting!

You must be a skeleton with a thin layer of skin draped over your bones, ahahhaha!




I am 50 pounds overweight.





Ah,  so you only weigh 100 pounds  :lol:

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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: Versicolour]
    #865534 - 03/16/24 08:15 PM (29 days, 17 hours ago)

You can become hungry enough to eat anything if you hike long enough without food.....hunger is the best spice :lol:


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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: spirit_shadow]
    #865537 - 03/16/24 08:19 PM (29 days, 17 hours ago)

Peyote will make me vomit and lose weight.


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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: spirit_shadow] * 1
    #865539 - 03/16/24 08:22 PM (29 days, 17 hours ago)

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spirit_shadow said:
You can become hungry enough to eat anything if you hike long enough without food.....hunger is the best spice :lol:




True,  and that is what it would take for me to ever eat bologna again  :biggrin:



On second thought,  I think I'd starve..........

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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: Solid Log]
    #865540 - 03/16/24 08:24 PM (29 days, 17 hours ago)

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Solid Log said:
Peyote will make me vomit and lose weight.




Weird how I have grown it for many years,  and have once never tried it  :lol:

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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: Versicolour]
    #865546 - 03/16/24 08:40 PM (29 days, 17 hours ago)

Once my mom got me a bong and a sack of Thai Bud for a birthday.
I stopped smoking with people unless they put in every time.


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Re: Post something positive v3 [Re: spirit_shadow]
    #865563 - 03/17/24 08:58 PM (28 days, 17 hours ago)

:smug:

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