Foo Dog Snuff

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  1. Thirdedge

    Thirdedge Gold Member

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    Has anyone tried Foo Dog Snuff?

    It is an American product which more often than not means expensive placebo, but I am hoping this could be an exception.

    Interesting ingredients: "Extracts of: Ashwaganda, Pasak Bumi, Brahmi, Damania, Epmedium, Quassia, Galangal rhizome, St. John's Wort, Ginkgo biloba, 5 Hydroxy Tryptophan (5HTP) & Lotus."

    Swim seems to recall seeing an add for a herbal hash somewhere with very similar ingredients.
     
  2. Nagognog2

    Nagognog2 Iridium Member

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    My monkey would be a bit leary of taking something that contains an anti-depressant (St. John's Wort) as a recreational drug. Too little is known about what it does to brain chemistry, but what is known about anti-depressants (aside from the older ones that just knock you out) suggests a rather profound change of a delicate system.
     
  3. Senor Gribson

    Senor Gribson Titanium Member

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    i would like to add to nagognog's post; antidepressants like st john's wort have been used safely for hundreds of years before modern medicine, however they have always been taken with strict dietary precautions as they are notably dangerous otherwise. the dangers when mixed with the ingredients listed, as well as others not listed, would be unpredictable
     
  4. allyourbase

    allyourbase Palladium Member

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    as nag said....mixing what is possibly a selective seratonin reuptake inhibitor with seratonin agonists probably wouldnt be the brightest of ideas.
     
  5. Storming Heaven

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    SHITE!!
    If you manage to get it into your nose without throwing up then congratulations. It should also be noted that it is incredibly good at doing nothing. And finally if you do come across a pack just read the absolute gibberish on it its so nonsensical its funny.
     
  6. Alicia

    Alicia Gold Member

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    Swia see's serontonin syndrome happening.. Nasty.. full of something till ya pop! :eek:
     
  7. enquirewithin

    enquirewithin Gold Member

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    I'm not sure I would even give that to SWIM's dog!):
     
  8. Storming Heaven

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    you could give it to a cat though swim hates cats
     
  9. Senor Gribson

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    off topic, but swish should look up the video 'effects of mecaline analogues on cats'.
     
  10. wednesday

    wednesday Newbie

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    if a cat comes up to you while your smoking and starts sniffing around ok
    if you cat finds your collection of mescaline containing cacti then ok
    bu i really cant imagine a cat hallmping a big halmp out of a cactus
    i guess its just me