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    Improving Psychonaut Quark13's Avatar
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    vaporizing tobacco

    Hi, Does anyone here has experience with vaporizing tobacco, or a combination of marijuana and tobacco?
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    Re: vaporizing tobacco

    I've tried one time weed+tobacco at 190°C and the taste was...revolting...
    Never did it again...
    Hey psychonaut! Tu vois la paille qui est dans le nez de ton voisin, mais pas la poutre qui est sous le tien!

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    Re: vaporizing tobacco

    gross imo. i guess if you "HAVE" to smoke some tobacco, then that's the "best" way to do it... although i personally wouldn't ruin the lovely taste of MJ by mixing them, unless you're smoking some schwag, in which case it probably doesn't matter.
    cannabis is an entheogen too!

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    Re: vaporizing tobacco

    oh yuck

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    Re: vaporizing tobacco

    Thanks for the replies..

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    Re: vaporizing tobacco

    haha thanky kindly
    cannabis is an entheogen too!

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    Re: vaporizing tobacco

    I use tobacco somewhat medicinally but only because I can get eCigs that use an atomizer at the local convenience store. I rarely smoke it but I find it calms me or lets me focus without having the addiction side effect of the nicotene. I actualy tried to see if I could get addicted again and failed so I guess its not meant to be. Still I hit the atomizer once in a while when I wanna feel a 'throat hit' or wanna relax a little.
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    Re: [Tobacco] Weird

    I understand that Tobacco contains hamala like rue and caapi. I bet this is why the natives and shamans used it with other psychoactive plants. makes sense.

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    Re: Tobacco

    I never liked smoking cigs or smoking for recreation.... About 5 years ago though I started working with Amazonian jungle tobacco some people call mapacho. I use it in ceremony, for meditation, and I also work with it as a snuff - both the powdered rapé snuff and the liquid rapoté snuff. It is very powerful when used in ceremony for guidance and healing.

    It is a great addition to other plant medicines. If for example I work with San Pedro or Ayahuasca and the visions dont open up I can use tobacco to open the visions better. At the same time, if the visions are too intense and disorienting I can use tobacco to moderate them and chill them out. It can help me take the experience in either direction depending on what I need in the moment. Also really great for helping clear the mind, focus the mind, or for clearing out unwanted energy in the ceremony. I even met some shamans in Peru that heal with just tobacco.

    Nice thing about using it in ceremony - after 5 years I have still never felt any compulsion to use it habitually, any addiction or withdrawals, and so far it has brought me a lot of insight and healing. One of my friends even healed his depression with tobacco - after 10 years trying to heal it with Ayahuasca and that not working, he did his first ever tobacco purge and puked out a spirit that had caused his depression.... That was years ago and he has been great since then.
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