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    Eating Honey Oil!

    What would happen if you had some KILLER honey oil (5 grammer), put it into capsules then ate them.....Would you get really messed up, or just sick?

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    Re: Eating Honey Oil!

    Most likely both. I suspect it would be extremely intense. It won't be as potent as if you had smoked it instead, as decarboxylation has not taken place. That requires heat. Also, for best effect, it is better if the oil is first dissolved in alcohol, say a couple of nips of cointreau (orange flavour) - which is a basic tincture.

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    i read that back in the day there was this group of warriors called the hashashans their leader would feed them spoonfulls of hash they would inevitably feel great and pass out and he would take them to this beautiful garden and they were told it was heaven and then they were given more hash and they passed out again and were returned, they were then told that if they fight for him and give their life for him they will go back to where he had taken them spiritually, this caused the fighters to be unafraid of death and wer ruthless warriors that was the authors belief where the first negative outlook on marijuana started when they fought with catholics.....he also states that ppl in india eat hash and have hallucinations so maybe eating that oil would do some crazy shit, personally i would smoke it slowly dont eat it all lol

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    The Myth of the Assassins
    Two Muslim myths, one from the 10th century A.D. and the other from the 13th century A.D., have been the sources of some of the contemporary attitudes about the drug. The first myth deals with hashish as a magical eastern drug brought by the Arabs into Spain in the 10th century. These invaders confined its use primarily to themselves, taking it back to Africa when they left Spain. Although it did not become a European habit, some beliefs about the drug were left behind.

    The existence of this "magical eastern drug" was probably known to Marco Polo, the Venetian traveler of the 13th century A.D. before he left on his journey to the East. Marco Polo returned to Europe with his own tale of cannabis which, in the potent form of hashish, was said to be used as an intoxicant by Hasan-I-Sabbah to send his ruthless followers on missions of murder. The word "assassin" was said to be derived from the word "hashish," or from Hasan (Geller and Boas, 1969: 6). Marco Polo had written about how this "Old Man of the Mountain" sent his men out on their missions with all the color and pageantry that Europeans associated with the East. As Marco Polo described:

    In the territory of the Assassins there were delicious walled gardens in which one can find everything that can satisfy the needs of the body and the caprices of the most exacting sensuality. Great banks of gorgeous flowers and bushes covered with fruit stand amongst crystal rivers of living water.... Trellises of roses and fragrant vines cover with their foliage pavilions of jade and porcelain furnished with Persian carpets and Grecian embroideries.

    Delicious drinks in vessels of gold or crystal are served by young boys or girls, whose dark unfathomable eyes cause them to resemble the Houris, divinities of that Paradise which the Prophet promised to believers. The sound of harps mingles with the cooing of doves, the murmur of soft voices blends with the sighing of the reeds. All is joy, pleasure, voluptuousness and enchantment.

    The Grand Master of the Assassins, whenever he discovers a young man resolute enough to belong to his murderous legions . . . invites the youth to his table and intoxicates him with the plant "hashish." Having been secretly transported to the pleasure gardens the young man imagines that he has entered the Paradise of Mahomet. The girls, lovely as Houris, contribute to the illusion. After he has enjoyed to satiety all the joys promised by the-Prophet to his elect, he falls back to the presence of the Grand Master. Here he is informed that he can enjoy perpetually the delights he has just tasted If he will take part in the war of the Infidel as commanded by the Prophet (Geller and Boas, 1969: 6).

    Another translation (Kitti, 1967: 24) begins the tale this way:

    Now no man was allowed to enter the Garden save those whom he intended to be his ASHISHIN.

    In reality, this was a religious situation and scholars have long since exposed Marco Polo's tale as being a myth, at best an imaginative embellishment of tales he had heard.

    Africa
    Use of cannabis in most parts of Africa developed slowly, most of it during the past 100 years (Blum and Associates, 1969, I: 73). A report from Africa in 1891 (Reininger, 1966: 141-142), dealt with a tribe that used hemp as an intoxicant in their newly formed religion and in preparation for battle. A similar use is described in the Congo, when Simba warriors in 1964 were said to use a cannabis-alcohol mixture in preparation for battle, to rouse themselves for the battle and to magically guarantee immunity from harm.

    In Morocco, Marijuana, called kif, has been used as an intoxicant by adult males for centuries; that custom continues today even though the drug is illegal (Mikuriya, 1970: 122-123).

    Although moderate use appears to be tolerated in the areas of India, North Africa and the Middle East, excessive use is generally viewed as indicative of serious personality problems (Geller and Boas, 1969: 7).

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    Re: Eating Honey Oil!

    think it was lennon that admitted to eating hash

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    Re: Eating Honey Oil!

    Wow that was an awesome read moose...Maybe someday when I have the cash i will bake special brownies, and with 1 browine I would put honey oil in the middle, like a jelly filled donout. But I would probably end up like that cop after eating a bunch....Freakin out!

    What would you prefer:
    1) Oil from 100% Sativa.
    2) Oil from 100% Indica.
    3) Oil from 1/2 indica & 1/2 Sativa

    Man that would be nice to smoke all 3 and compare them.

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    Ide prefer the sativa oil or the half and half. Last time I smoked honey oil from a pure indica I couldnt enjoy it fully cause i was fast asleep.

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    Re: Eating Honey Oil!

    Yah I didnt even think about that....The indica oil would be nice for people with sleep problems..maybe.

    I would also prefer pure sativa or 1/2, 1/2

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    Re: Eating Honey Oil!

    thanks moose i guess i was a little off with the story thanks for the read!