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   Oct 25

Your Questions About Gardening

Carol asks…

Why aren’t morels grown commercially?

I have always heard that morel mushrooms cannot be grown commercially, but I have never been given a clear answer as to why that is. They do sell kits that supposedly allow you to grow your own at home, but one has to wonder; if this is possible, why wouldn’t they be grown commercially given their relatively high price per pound for a fungus. Anyone know?

GardenersCardiff answers:

This is not entirely true. Maybe morels require specific conditions and lots of land to grow, which only happens at a certain time of year to be ultimately financially viable.

Check source.

Charles asks…

Psilocybin Advice now please!?

Psilocybin Advice now please!?
I need to grow my own psilocybin featuring magic mushroom or something..Where can i buy the ingredients or the grow your own kit? I need it for the purpose of what shamans used it for i need to trip out and understand some spiritual stuff no1 advice me of how its illegal please cause i wont listen, thanks.
1 hour ago – 4 days left to answer.
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@KUMO CAN YOU PLEASE LINK ME A WEBSITE WHERE I CAN BUY THIS VERSION BUT ISNT IT THE psilocybin THAT CONNECTS YOU TO LUCID DREAMING? SPIRITUAL N THAT???? THATS Y I NEED psilocybin
56 minutes ago

AND AS FOR THE COWS DUNG.. EXPLAIN. COS COWS ARE NEAR FIELDS NEAR ME

GardenersCardiff answers:

Try: magic-mushroom-kit.com

Just google “psilocybin growing kit”

Joseph asks…

How can the FDA regulate red yeast rice because it has a natural chemical known to lower LDL cholesterol?

The (FDA) position is that red yeast rice products that contain monacolin K, i.e., lovastatin, are identical to the synthetically made lovastatin in the drug Lipitor and thus is subjected to regulation. In 1998, the FDA initiated action to ban a product (Cholestin) containing red yeast rice extract. The FDA argues that the rice contains the chemical Lovastatin similar to patented prescription drugs So, the FDA hasn’t approved the rice as a drug. The ban was subsequently rescinded, in light of law that natural products are not patentable the U.S., you can can’t buy red yeast rice itself. You can only buy the supplements. Is the FDA going to ban mushrooms and oysters next seeing that they contain lovastatin too? What other natural foods are we going to regulate because they are not patented? Peanut butter?

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/red-yeast-rice/NS_patient-redyeast

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/cholesterol-lowering-supplements/CL00013

The use of red yeast rice in China was first documented in the Tang Dynasty back in 800 A.D. In China and in other countries, you can walk into any store buy red yeast rice or grow your own.
To rat-faced Bob, you’re an idiot.
To MikeGolf: You’re missing the point, Einstein. Don’t try to tiptoe around the main issue here. You can double-talk all want. The rice has a naturally occurring chemical called lovastatin. The FDA cannot and should not regulate or ban a food just because the pharmaceutical companies, who own them, tells them to in order to make profit selling dangerous drugs like Lipitor. So, because pharmaceutical companies like Pzifer make and sell a patented drug with the same chemical, but is synthetically made, in it as the one in rice, red yeast rice is subjected to regulation? You can’t patent any natural product or being (e.g, peanuts, cows, dog, diamonds, etc.) You want to ignore the unconscionably ties the FDA has with Pharma. Regulation like this is due to self-interest and corruption. I just cooked oatmeal with peanut butter in it today. Can I patent that?

FIY, A lot of oat meal companies like Quaker Oats still do have the ”Can Help Lower Cholesterol tag on their front labels.

GardenersCardiff answers:

Because the FDA is corrupt. Did you know the FDA only says drugs can cure prevent or treat any disease. They are just in bed with the drug companies

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