HEMPTURE ‘Green Sunshine” CBD BLOTTERS x 25

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HEMPTURE ‘Green Sunshine” CBD BLOTTERS – x 25



You can either consume or hang on your wall.

This VERY limited collectors edition comes framed.

A modern, boundary pushing twist on the infamous LSD blotter. 

Psychedelic herbs are crucial ingredients for ayahuasca, a traditional medicinal and visionary brew from the Amazon region. They contains a high concentration of natural MAO-inhibitors and have powerful purgative effects.

Each blotter contains: CBD (Water soluble)(Cannabidiol), Syrian rue (Peganum harmala), Banisteriopsis caapi (Ourinhos), Blue lotus (Nymphaea caerulea), White Lily (Nymphaea alba), Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium), Mexican tarragon (Tagetes lucida)

Some of the psychoactive plants are banned today by industrialised countries for example, ‘cannabis’, opium, magic mushrooms, ibogaine, ephedra, mandragora, S. divinorum, etc. While we don’t agree with this as a human rights issue, as a business we need to be aware of the law in our little green country. Lets follow the Oregon model.

Our mission is to bring you the herbs that the government want to ban, or are on the verge to ban but haven’t do so as yet.. We will push the boundaries as far a possible, little steps, or big steps when possible! The chemicals in psychoactive plants may change human perception profoundly…. Its time to wake up from your slumber, no better time then after the year we had, 2020 – the one we will never forget.

The altered states of consciousness reached after ingestion of psychoactive herbs or by the use of other techniques served in shamanistic cultures to contact divine beings and in initiative rituals, which allowed an adolescent to join the adults of a tribal society. The rituals were usually difficult to survive and served to maintain the closed nature of the tribal community and to force obedience or subordination to the group; thus, the group conserved and reproduced its culture in all aspects, making social and technological development more difficult.

Before they were banned about a half century ago, psychedelic drugs like LSD and psilocybin showed promise for treating conditions including alcoholism and some psychiatric disorders. We say it’s time for regulators, scientists, and the public to revisit drugs that were once used but fell out of use because of political machinations, especially the failed war on drugs.

There is a growing interest coming from both the medical profession and the general public. Psychiatrists, disillusioned by the costly, ineffective and Big Pharma policies whereby patients are maintained indefinitely on SSRIs, perpetual mental slavery in other words..

Its about time we moved to natural medicines, as the simple fact is that ALL synthetic drugs are toxic to the human body..

Micro-dosing is the key to true enlightenment. Lets begin your journey.



Syrian rue (Peganum harmala)
Peganum harmala, which is also known as Syrian rue, is a popular MAO-inhibitor. It’s often used in Ayahuasca analogues, because it’s more concentrated and easy to prepare than the traditionally used Banisteriopsis caapi. Contains harmine and harmaline.

Banisteriopsis caapi (Ourinhos)
Banisteriopsis caapi is one of the two main ingredients of Ayahuasca, a traditional medicinal and visionary brew from the Amazon region. It contains a high concentration of natural MAO-inhibitors and has powerful purgative effects. “Ourinhos” literally means “little gold” and this strain is apparently the one used by the Ayahuasca-drinking churches (Santo Daime, UDV, and Barquinha).

Blue lotus (Nymphaea caerulea)
Blue Lotus was sacred to the ancient Egyptians. The bright-blue flowers were not only desired for their delightful perfume, but also for the relaxation and heightened awareness they induce.The effects of the Blue Lotus, or Blue Waterlily, are both narcotic and euphoric, while mild hallucinations might occur at higher dosages. It’s also an excellent sexual stimulant.

White Lily (Nymphaea alba)
White Lotus or White Waterlily ((Nymphaea alba) contains the psychoactive compounds nupharine and nymphaeine, which have euphoric, sedative and narcotic effects. According to some sources Waterlily is also a potent aphrodisiac.

Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium)
Wormwood is the main ingredient of the legendary drink absinthe, which was invented in 1792 by a French doctor. Intended as a medicine, it became very popular as a recreational drink. The effects are narcotic and mildly hallucinogenic.

Mexican tarragon (Tagetes lucida)
Tagetes lucida, or Mexican tarragon, grows in the Sierra Madre mountains of Mexico and was known to the ancient Aztecs, who employed it in their incense rituals. The Huichol Indians still use it in their ceremonies, mixing it with Nicotiana rustica, to obtain visions.

Hempture  blotters are printed on HQ 250 gsm blotting paper – using food grade ink.

Read more about Psychedelics @ Hempture  https://hempture.ie/psychedelics-hempture/

In Association with The Trip Academy.


Not much is known about the psychoactive properties and dosage. We encourage adult experimentation in the right environment. For legal reason we cannot provide advise on dosage or possible effects in any circumstance. Micro dosing is what we suggest. We encourage research on these ingredients so you can make an informed decision. Legally we cannot offer any further suggestions, recommendations or information other than what is listed on this page.

-In high dosages Wormwood is poisonous. Long and intensive use can lead to addiction, as well as physical and mental harm. Do not drive motorized vehicles while under the influence of wormwood.

-Contains MAO-inhibiting substances (MAOI). This means it can be very dangerous when combined with certain medication, so its best to avoid SSRI’s and similar medication, SSRI’s include prescription drugs such as Citalopram (Celexa, Cipramil), Escitalopram (Lexapro, Cipralex) Fluoxetine (Prozac, Sarafem) Fluvoxamine (Luvox, Faverin) Paroxetine (Paxil, Seroxat) Sertraline (Zoloft, Lustral)

-Its also best to try avoid foods that contain tyramine, Tyramine (TIE-ruh-meen) is an amino acid that helps regulate blood pressure. It occurs naturally in the body, and it’s found in certain foods. Medications called monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) block monoamine oxidase, which is an enzyme that breaks down excess tyramine in the body. Blocking this enzyme helps relieve depression. If you take an MAOI and you eat high-tyramine foods, tyramine can quickly reach dangerous levels. This can cause a serious spike in blood pressure and require emergency treatment. Foods that are fermented, cured, pickled, aged, or spoiled have high amounts of tyramine.