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Books - Recreational Drugs
Written by Lawrence Young   
Saturday, 20 February 2010 00:00


COMMON NAME Seven barks

Hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata grandiflora), one of the favorite shrubs of American gardeners, has leaves that can be rolled into joints that will either get one very stoned or very sick. And that's where the problem lies.

The stuff that gives hydrangea its kick is a chemical member of the cyanide family (remember those little pills spies always carried to take in case they got caught?). Cyanide can be very toxic.

If intake is limited to one joint, the smoker will probably achieve a pleasant, marijuana--like high along with a slightly drunken feeling. Smoking hydrangea leaves too often or in excessive quantities, however, may produce more cyanide than the body can comfortably handle, and the dividing line between enough and too much is a fine one, indeed the poison build up is too great, big trouble can develop. Let a word to the wise be sufficient: Keep away from this one. If your curiosity does get the better' of you, know your limit or you may end up as dead as the proverbial cat.


Our valuable member Lawrence Young has been with us since Sunday, 19 December 2010.

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