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2010-10-26 22:07:04
Thanks for explaining that, Peasant. I appreciate it. I really wouldn't know about the drug scene so much as I don't care for recreational drug use. Of course I take tablets, but that's for depression and other medical complaints. To me, a coleus plant will always mean colours and nothing else, certainly not drug use. You take care as well, Peasant.... :)
2010-10-26 21:44:04
I do a research and I found that this is very popular drug so I think that's the reason for such high score... I sure you didn't uploaded this because his hallucinogenic effects. You'll be surprised what people use to get high. It seems that we are surrounded with all sorts of drug and lot of them look harmless... Far more surprise was a plants that can be used as a poison... But it's not so black as it look's at first sight because there's a lot of plants that can be used as a cure. Take care PG..
2010-10-26 21:22:25
Yes, looks like people might like this plant for different reasons, as you say, Peasant. For myself, it's the colours that do it for me. Not quite sure what you mean by 'Re: up voting this picture. mystery solved..'. Sorry about that.. :(
2010-10-26 21:08:37
Well , some people love it, and a color is not a reason for that... Re: up voting this picture. mystery solved.. :D
2010-10-26 20:35:05
I would never use this plant for that reason, Peasant. I just love the different colours it gives out. Thankyou again for the info... :)
2010-10-26 20:32:46
Thanks for the interesting info, Peasant. I never knew that people have used this plant for that kind of reason. Granted, I don't think that it would be practised nowadays. I could be wrong about that though.
2010-10-26 20:13:18
opala... take a look at this: quote: "When psilocybin mushrooms are in short supply, and users are willing to settle for a milder but similar mind excursion, they sometimes turn to the coleus plant, particularly the species coleus blumei and coleus pumila"
2010-10-26 19:46:08
PG, hmh, take a look at this... at the bottom is: Psychoactivity Coleus Blumei (Solenostemon scutellarioides) has very mild relaxing and hallucinogenic effects. Coleus has not been explored very much but has been known to have been used by the Mazatec indians. You posted some kind of a pot... :)
2010-10-26 14:28:10
Thanks for the explanation, Skip. I don't find this very funny at all. I would like my posts to receive votes because someone likes the post, not just give votes for the fun of it...
2010-10-26 14:06:45
This has happened to me quite a few times in the past Mary, it's just more games, but there's not much point in trying to figure out why they do it. just for attention I guess.
2010-10-26 13:40:50
I'm sorry, but the voting for this particular photo has gone beyond a joke. I am getting quite concerned about this now...
2010-10-26 12:59:46
Just also to say too, the other posts along with mine that others have placed here as just as good if not better photos, but they have low votes. Why ? I can't understand what's going on....
2010-10-26 12:57:21
Hi everyone, While I appreciate and say thankyou for the votes that I have on this particular post, I can't quite help but to wonder why this photo is getting so many votes all at once. The last I saw this photo, it was -1, (which wasn't that long ago) but now as I comment here, it has 31 votes. I just can't believe how many votes this has already. Just thought I'd write this here about that... PictureGirl....
2010-10-26 12:06:15