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Old 12-31-2015, 11:02 PM   #1
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Could somebody suggest some good medicinal indoor plants? :/

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I do believe that you have to go see some guy down on the corner at some trailer park in your area.

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Could somebody suggest some good medicinal indoor plants? :/
Ummm...yeah. What condition are you looking to treat exactly?
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Unless you in Colorado I can't be much help
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Aloe Vera lol
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Plants with the name 'wort' were typically used for medicinal purposes...Ie ..St.Johns Wort.

Stay away from the names with 'shade' meaning deadly..like nightshade.


I'm not an expert. So use extreme caution before drinking, smoking or injesting in any fashion. Investigate and research anything and everything you experiment with first.
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Plants with the name 'wort' were typically used for medicinal purposes...Ie ..St.Johns Wort.

Stay away from the names with 'shade' meaning deadly..like nightshade.

I'm not an expert. So use extreme caution before drinking, smoking or injesting in any fashion. Investigate and research anything and everything you experiment with first.
A lot of conventional herbs (lavender, thyme, basil, etc..) are considered medicinal by some and can be grown indoors if sufficient light is available.

Again, any smoking, drinking, or hallucinating you want to do with these things, that's up to you, I'm not a doctor, I don't recommend anything, just saying, etc..

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