Red Larkspur (Delphinium nuducaule)


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Red Larkspur (Delphinium nudicaule)
red larkspur delphinium nuducaule

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Ecclesiastes 3:1 "There is a time and a purpose for everything under the heavens."


If you're looking for something that's NOT poison, but is a recreational/medicinal narcotic, check out khat God doens't have a problem with that one, and it isn't attached to any occult cultures, nor is it poisonous(use responsibly and make sure it is legal where you are first). I don't care what the others say, responsible inebriation is covered in Ecclesiastes 9:7, and God made these for use. It's just a matter of determining which ones are to be avoided, and which ones are okay. Also, narcotics are prescribed as medicine every single day. People have rights, get over it. The Native Americans have rights, respect that.


Classification: Poison; Ceremonial; (Poisonous plants are a bad kind of psychoactive, and are often mismarketed as "psychedelic"). This plant is not a psychedelic. It is a psychoactive poison. It has been portrayed as a "hallucenogen" or "entheogen" but this is all the serpent at work. (Entheogen is slang for "sorcery") It is POISON. Others like Psilocybin on the other hand, have proven clinical and medicinal value, and can not kill. Remember to judge each plant accordingly, and not group them all in the same category. I'm also annoyed with people who don't do research and make up their own "facts". Don't argue with me, I am thorough.


Plant Family: Ranunculaceae; Genus: Delphinium; Species: D. nudicaule;


Common nicknames: Canyon larkspur, red larkspur, orange larkspur, and canyon delphinium[wikipedia]


Properties/Medicinal Benefits: Poisonous; The root of Delphinium nudicaule has been used as a medicinal narcotic, mostly by the Mendocino Native Americans of the Yuki tribe.[wikipedia]


Phytochemicals: diterpenoid alkaloids: hetisine, 2-dehydrohetisine, 6-deoxydelcorine, dictyocarpine, dihydrogadesine, methyllycaconitine, lycoctonine, takaosamine, nudicaulamine, nudicauline, and nudicaulidine.[1][2]

All of these are documented on academic databases like PubChem and Google Scholar. I link to them at the bottom of every page. [ Note this is not all of them that exist within the plant, and I never claim to cover every one of them. I try to get as many as possible listed though. ]


Native To: low level canyons, slopes, foothills, and mountain ranges across the USA. From California, to the Sierra Nevada area, to the California Coast Ranges, and Oregon.


I will add much more to this page over time. I want to emphasize the distinction between types certain plants. Psychoactive means one of several things.. Either it means: subtle(can't tell), overt(obvious), or poisonous. Not all psychaoctives are poisonous, or psychedelic, or even narcotic. Some are safe, some are deadly. It's very common for people to mislable a poison as a "psychedelic", or "hallucenogen". Psilocybin mushrooms won't kill, but Red Larkspur will. The poison may induce something similar to a "psychedelic experience", but in more of a "I'm dying from consuming a poisonous plant experience". There is a difference however, and a lot of shops online are misleading people. I've studied these cultures, and cite a good book on the subject called "Drugs Of The Dreaming Mind" to backup the claim that shamanic cultures(witchcraft) often utilized poisonous and even deadly plants to flirt with death, where they practiced divination and other demonic occult practices listed in Deuteronomy 18.


They are legal however, and any bullying by any government official over them is discrimination, is illegal, and is enforced by the DOJ. The modern world hasn't made that connection yet, but I am here to expose it. While I am a Christian, I disagree with most of them, and am strongly against discrimination. The SRCSO in Florida, and other government agencies are discriminating against non-Christian shops, and people in different religions and groups are doing it too. Sadly, mostly Christians discriminate these days, and neo nazi's, and other supremacist ( including the freemasons ). God has not commanded you to treat people differently because they're not a member of your religion. We live in America.


Speaking of discrimination certain sellers are being discriminated against me, and yet the products they're selling are still legal, and still being sold all across the country, as are all of these other plants. MN-ethnobotanicals is openly telling people that HBWR seeds contain LSA(a controlled substance), and yet no one is messing with him. (It's not illegal so I'm not saying they should..) The point is, we can clearly see favortism, protection, and discrimination going on. Look at the description, second one down. Here is a screenshot


Poisonous plants like this are often associated with sorcery(shamanism, witchcraft, freemasonry). They bring people near death which enables them to commune easier with the other side. Psychedelic, psychoactive, and poisonous plants, are utilized by shamans(sorerers, including the Native Americans), to "get in the spirit", so to speak, thus amplifying their desire to worship, and commune with their "spirit guides" and "gods". They're used for divination and necromancy, among other things. Because of this, I have put together a blog to warn Christians, titled "Ethnobotany, pharmakeia.. a warning for Christians. I hope you enjoy it!

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Academic citations:

[1] P. Kulanthaivel and M. Benn (1985) Heterocycles 23 2515-2520.

[2] K. E. Panter et al. (2002) Biochem. Syst. Ecol. 30 113-128.

Proof google scholar is legit from .edu

Books:

Toro, G. and Thomas, B. (2007) Drugs of the dreaming: Oneirogens: Salvia divinorum and other dream enhancing plants. Rochester, VT: Park Street Press. [ Pages 74,75, 113 ]

Academic resources:

PubChem - pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

Google Scholar

Jstor.org

Encyclopedia Entries:

Wikipedia contributors. (2023, April 22). Delphinium nudicaule. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 17:24, March 28, 2024, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Delphinium_nudicaule&oldid=1151198631

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