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A physic garden is a type of herb garden with medicinal plants. The original botanical gardens. We are dedicated to growing and using natures medicines.

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Three healthy and important herbs that help you maintain mental and psychological health, part 03.

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2023/07/11
03:48 UTC

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Making ancient alpine healing salve

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2023/06/25
18:29 UTC

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Three healthy and important herbs that help you maintain mental and psychological health.

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2023/06/13
01:48 UTC

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What are you growing/foraging/making right now?

I'd love to see this sub more active. Created it many moons ago, and now that my life has simplified I have more time to devote.

That said, let's start chatting!

I harvested some mormon tea recently and have made a tincture for the ephedrine.

Also just bottled up some Cinconcha bark tonic water. (With the added benefit of a good gin and tonic)

Whats are you all up to?

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2023/05/31
02:10 UTC

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Hi! Anybody know if these herbs cause organ damage? Are these safe? For anxiety.

Hi! everyone, I hope I can post here since this subreddit is about plants and herbs.

I just want your anecdotes or your experiences from you guys about if any of these three side effects happened to you guys/other people or not. I plan to take any of these for two months and then cycle them off.

That way, I can gauge the safety before I order any of these supplements. Thanks!

Have any of you guys got liver damage, pancreatic damage, or kidney damage from taking any of these supplements or have you heard of anybody who did?:

  1. Lemon Balm (Melissa Officinalis. Compound Rosmarinic Acid)
  2. Rhodiola Rosea (Rosenroot. Compounds Salidroside & Rosavins)
  3. Schisandra Chinensis (Compound Schisandrin B)
  4. Eleuthero (Siberian Eleutherococcus Senticosus. Compound Eleutherosides)
  5. Astragalus (Milk Vetch. Compound Astragalus Polysaccharide (APS))
  6. Passionflower (Passiflora. Compounds Chrysin & Vitexin)
  7. Lavender (Brand Name: CalmAid (Silexan). Lavandula. Compound Linalool)
  8. Magnolia Bark (Brand Name: Relora. Magnolia Officinalis. Compounds Honokiol & Magnolol)
  9. Cistanche (Tubulosa. Compound phenylethanoid glycoside (PhG))
  10. Black Seed Oil (Nigella Sativa, Compound Thymoquinone (TQ))
  11. Holy Basil (Ocimum Tenuiflorum. Compound Eugenol)
  12. Blue Vervain (Verbena Hastata. Compound Verbenalin)
  13. California Poppy (Eschscholzia Californica. Compounds Californidine, Eschscholtzine & Sanguinarine)
  14. Mulungu (Erythrina mulungu. Compounds Hydroxyerythravine & Erythravine)
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2023/05/30
12:57 UTC

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Harvesting and using jojoba?

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2023/05/03
00:15 UTC

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Im a student that made a plant dictionary list cause why not[UPDATE]

So for those who dont know I originally made this plant dictionary/list and wanted to share to the world cause idk Im kinda proud of it and I think it could be helpful😀 Anyways Ive updated it from feedback and suggestions I received from u guys like adding filters(more coming), better search and an auto scroll. Hope you guys like it and if there's any other feedback lemme know!(Will maybe make another update post if I get enough) Cheers🥰

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2023/03/31
18:55 UTC

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What is your favorite "drug" to grow?

So when it comes to entheogens to grow it really comes down to Cannabis and Psilocybe cubensis (Magic Mushrooms) for me.

Cannabis is quite possibly one of the most beautiful plants as it matures and expresses itself fully.

Psilocybe cubensis is a hobby that you become addicted too. Haha I know so many people that started in order to have their own supply and then were balancing massive grows with no real way to consume it all.

Both are incredibly easy, cheap, and fun.

I would say cannabis can be a bit more expensive to grow in some senses but still not too bad :)

What things do you just love to grow and why? Doesn't have to just be about the experience the product provides but could be aspects of growing or visual or whatever :)

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2023/03/06
23:06 UTC

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Is there a more active version of this sub?

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2023/02/04
01:55 UTC

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Medicinal plants for every Garden/Beneficial plants anyone can grow

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2021/12/01
18:08 UTC

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Making aloe gel shelf stable?

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2020/03/13
14:55 UTC

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