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"Hydroponics has never been used with poppies before. This book is significant in that users and would-be users don't have to venture to the bad side of town for heroin that could be bunk," says Robert Bunch, author of Invisible Marijuana and Psychedelic Mushroom Gardens.
The Babylonians used this method in their Hanging Gardens, as did the ancient Chinese, Aztecs and Mayans in their celebrated floating gardens. In this book, you'll learn their secrets as well as the following:
* How to avoid the menacing eyes of infrared detectors and nosy neighbors
* How to combat an overdose
* What size garden is right for you
* How to control your opium - without it controlling you
* How to purchase equipment without arousing suspicion
You'll have no problem finding the equipment, and no problem paying for it either - by the time you're done, your batch of heroin will cost what you would have paid for an ounce of fine marijuana.
Just by reading Hydroponic Heroin, you'll gain all the knowledge you need to become an opium farmer, even if you're a city slicker.
"Sobriety is the most potent drug known to man," says Mr. Bunch. "Escape it often enough and watch your third eye open."
This book is a veritable classic among such literature, and it's brevity is archetypal for said genre. However, as concerns the price... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Dade Co.
This thin book has some interesting info for anyone interested in growing poppies themselves. I do believe it is very much overpriced though, and I would not order it, if I had it... Read morePublished on January 11, 2013 by Bradford Kent Bryant
I loved this book so much I put together a huge system and processed my own heroin. I destroyed my whole system though because one night I tripped on the poppies so hard that I... Read morePublished on September 28, 2002