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How to make your own painkillers

Updated on June 27, 2011

Making your own painkillers from wild plants

A how to showing you how to make your own pain medication completely free of charge from wild poppies. Check this out if you're bored of paying for painkillers from the chemist that don't even work whenever you're in pain

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I bet you're sick of paying for painkillers whenever you have a headache. Let me show you a way to make a totally free and very effective painkiller from a plant that grows wild: poppies.

Please note this is not a how to guide on how to make opium, that would be illegal. Instead this guide shows you how to make poppy tea, a preparation containing mostly codeine. Read on to learn how to make this free, effective painkiller.

So firstly you need some poppies. Once you have these you need to grind them using a coffee bean grinder or food processor. Leaves, stalks, buds everything. Once you have the ground up poppy dust you need to pack it into a coffee machine and continue as if you were making a cup of coffee.

You may need to double brew the poppies. To do this simply pour the once brewed tea back into the coffee machine and repeat the previous step. Once you have done this you can add sugar, milk or sweeteners to taste, and there you have it. A simple, effective way to relive pain for cheap.

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      ronald 

      3 years ago

      or you could use 2 tilenol and one bayer asprin the combination is as powerful as a pain kiler and legal a family keep remidy

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      @GreatWestern: but its kimda works

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      @Pnorway: If you do want smokable opium pods that are about 15-17% morphine per pod just wait until the flower sprouts pull it off and bleed the opium into egg cups or wax paper you can't grow enough to get addicted...ususaly

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      GreatWestern 

      7 years ago

      Most interesting squid I've come across so far.

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      Pnorway 

      7 years ago

      Ooooooo ... thank you, qarka. useful ideas.

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