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Old 01-09-2012, 03:11 PM   #11
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seal a meal will keep it fresh for years but you have to make sure to keep it in cool dry dark conditions.
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Old 01-09-2012, 05:16 PM   #12
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Heres one with Native American versions... Did you know it can be used as a insecticide?

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I know this is getting off topic, but does anyone know if it's legal to grow opium poppies? That could be a really handy plant if the SHTF. It would be great to help with pain, and would really come in handy if you ever had to pull a tooth.
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No that's not legal.
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I know this is getting off topic, but does anyone know if it's legal to grow opium poppies? That could be a really handy plant if the SHTF. It would be great to help with pain, and would really come in handy if you ever had to pull a tooth.
Yes I know and no, it's not.

Opium poppies are considered the same as marijuana as far as I know.
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OK,
From the weight of these responses I am going to trash the box of tobacco. Not gonna grow it either.
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OK,
From the weight of these responses I am going to trash the box of tobacco. Not gonna grow it either.
Don't throw it away, how much do you want for it?
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Do Cigars go stale too?
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Do Cigars go stale too?
Most things organic can spoil in one way or another. It's a safe bet that most if not all plant products are always perishable.
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Do Cigars go stale too?
As a person who just spent 30 dollars on 3 cigars last week, only to find out they were stale, I'd have to say so.
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