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Sunday, January 27, 2013

Get Your Anchor of Life From the Ancient Plant of Joy!

Hur...ry, Hur...ry, Hur...ry, ladies and gentlemen, girls and boys!
Step right up and place your money down to experience the ultimate,
the most spectacular pain-relieving, mind-altering experience of your life!

Have a taste of our magic potion for complete relief from all your pains!

Over 4,000 years ago, the ancient civilizations of Persia, Egypt, and Mesopotamia discovered the wild Papaver somniferum plant produced a poppy that grew seedpods containing latex rich in mysterious, medicinal alkaloids. When dried, the juice from the seedpods of the poppy became the greatest natural magical elixir of all time.

 You too can reap the benefits of this stupendous ancient discovery! Just listen to this rich history.

The Plant of Joy, as it soon became known, continued to evolve through centuries of select breeding and improved cultivation. The ancient Egyptians traded this profitable wonder drug to the Phoenicians and Minoans, who then moved it across the Mediterranean Sea into Greece, Carthage, and Europe.

Soon, the all the populations of the civilized world were enjoying the benefits of the little poppy! The people called it...

The Juice of the Gods!

The Sacred Anchor Of Life!

The Milk Of Paradise!

The Almighty Destroyer Of Grief!

Step right up and discover for yourself the supernatural panacea used by the ancient physicians of Greece and Rome!

Homer, the renowned Greek storyteller, conveys its effects in The Odyssey. When Telemachus is depressed after failing to find his father Odysseus, Helen, wife of Menelaus and queen of Sparta, offers her help...
"She had a happy thought. Into the bowl in which their wine was mixed, she slipped a drug that had the power of robbing grief and anger of their sting and banishing all painful memories. No one who swallowed this dissolved in their wine could shed a single tear that day, even for the death of his mother or father, or if they put his brother or his own son to the sword and he were there to see it done..."
Just listen to what Classical Greek physician Galen said about the amazing medical applications of this wonder drug. He noted how it...

 "...resists poison and venomous bites, cures chronic headache, vertigo, deafness, epilepsy, apoplexy, dimness of sight, loss of voice, asthma, coughs of all kinds, spitting of blood, tightness of breath, colic, the lilac poison, jaundice, hardness of the spleen stone, urinary complaints, fever, dropsies, leprosies, the trouble to which women are subject, melancholy and all pestilences."

This medical wonder spread to Asia's trade routes and expanded to India, then reached China by the eighth century, all the while enriching the lives of those with illness and pain as it entered the pharmacopoeia of governments everywhere.
And soon, spurred by widespread public use, the recreational benefits of the powdery substance became evident! People everywhere found the wonder drug produced enchanted, rapturous effects that were irresistible. From Calcutta to Bombay to Peking people used the analgesic drug not only to relieve pain but also to enjoy unparalleled feelings of instant pleasure and euphoria.

Even many years later, Thomas Sydenham, the 17th-century pioneer of English medicine, wrote...

"Among the remedies which it has pleased Almighty God to give to man to relieve his sufferings, none is so universal and so efficacious as opium."

Everyone eulogized its amazing properties. A leading American medical textbook (1868) revealed that the substance...

"...causes a feeling of delicious ease and comfort, with an elevation of the whole moral and intellectual nature...There is not the same uncontrollable excitement as from alcohol, but an exaltation of our better mental qualities, a warmer glow of benevolence, a disposition to do great things, but nobly and beneficently, a higher devotional spirit, and withal a stronger self-reliance, and consciousness of power. Nor is this consciousness altogether mistaken. For the intellectual and imaginative faculties are raised to the highest point compatible with individual capacity...
"Opium seems to make the individual, for a time, a better and greater man...."

And, yes, even some of the founding fathers of America praised the poppy. Here is an account of the affection the author of independence had for the plant:

“Thomas Jefferson cultivated opium poppies at his medicinal garden in Monticello. The seeds from its plants, including the poppies, were sold at the gift-shop of Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants until 1991 - when a drug-bust at the nearby University of Virginia panicked the Board of Directors into ripping up the plants and burning the seeds.”

And now, you too can enjoy the euphoria of opium. So, step right up for this relatively cheap, easily available wonder drug!

And, now, thanks to the miracle of science, professionals have converted opium into heroin, which is less bulky, making it easier to hide and smuggle everywhere.

Convenience guaranteed!

Heroin can be taken by intravenous injection, by subcutaneous injection, by suppository (anal or vaginal insertion), by vaporizing and inhaling it intranasally, or by “going out on a limb” and eating it.

And, folks, be assured that heroin is one, dependable, powerful medicine!

Guaranteed to give you more bang for your buck, the conversion into heroin also multiplies its potency to approximately twice that of morphine.

It comes in lovely forms of white powder, brown sugar, or black tar!

Opium, heroin, and opiates (derived from opium or synthetic version) are used by the rich, famous, and the intellectual. Just ask the following...

John Belushi, Keith Richards, Chris Farley, Janis Joplin,
River Phoenix, Sid Vicious, Jim Morrison, Charles Dickens,
Kurt Cobain, Bela Lugosi, Billie Holliday,
Robert Downey Jr., and Edgar Allen Poe

Now, select the grade and price of opiate you need from our large selection.

Try one or a combination for that supreme effect. Let us help you begin your adventure today! Our large selection includes the following common opiate drugs:
  • Opium
  • Codeine
  • Morphine
  • Tramadol (Ultram)
  • Methadone
  • Buprenorphine (Subutex)
  • Propoxyphene (Darvocet)
  • Pethidine (Demerol)
  • Hydrocodone (Lortab/Vicodin)
  • Oxycodone (Percocet, Oxycontin)
  • Hydromorphone (Dilaudid)
  • Oxymorphone (Opana)
  • Fentanyl
  • Heroin (diacetylmorphine)
So, What Are You Waiting For?

You say you want to experience the ancient, Sacred Anchor of life?

You say you need immediate relief from excruciating chronic pain?

You say you would do anything to continue being absolutely pain free?

You say you want that mellow feeling of euphoria that allows you to float away from the overwhelming pressures of everyday life?

You say you need to calm your nerves to deal better with your work and your family?

You say you are underage and crave an emotional anesthesia that both parents and teachers find hard to detect?

You say you just need a flash of pleasurable satisfaction to slow down your whirling thoughts and actions?

You say you suffer from insomnia and need a little something extra to induce your well-deserved rest?

You say you want to feel true serenity and the medicated warmth of simple life?

You say you, like the writers of the Romantic era, you wish to alter your thinking and “free your mind” to ecstasies that produce images and raw material for literary discovery and creation?

Use Opium, Heroin and Related Opiates
For That Eternal Paradise!

(*Just an Important Notification in Fine Print)

The Signs of Opiate Abuse

All prescription opiates have become hard to obtain because of their addictive nature, but unfortunately problems with these drugs are continuing to rise throughout the country. Hundreds of thousands of people that do not have a prescription to any opiates live with an addiction to opiates and this causes problems in all aspects of their life. When someone is addicted to opiates, in any case or form, they will show warning signs. These signs include problems such as

Trouble with school:

grades dropping or quitting all together
Changes in their social group
Mood swings
Weight loss
Loss of a job or career
And changes in physical appearance: sunk in eyes, unhealthy appearing skin, and tiredness

The warning signs mentioned above can be visible within days of misuse beginning and they vary from person to person and in some cases they can even be more extreme. When an individual is using opiates they will experience both short term and long term side effects of the drug. The short term effects of opiates usually last for up to several hours and can include, but is not limited to:

Increases in body temperature
Dry mouth
Heavy feeling appendages
Increased heart rate
Head aches
And agitation

The Effects of Opiate Abuse

Other than the short term effects of taking opiates, there are also the long term effects of taking opiates. These devastating effects come into effect after several months of misuse and they can remain present for the rest of the individual’s life, regardless if he or she comes clean from the opiates.

The common long term effects of opiates list:

Possible contraction of HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis
Poor hygiene (rotting teeth, aged skin, and unhealthy eyes, hair and nails)
Infections to the heart valves
Liver disease
Collapsed veins
Respiratory depression
And death

One other major issue that occurs in thousands of people’s lives every year is the problem of opiate overdose. This problem occurs for several reasons such as taking too much of one drug to get high or stopping use for a period of time and going back to your large quantity that your body was used to. An overdose can be determined by the following warning signs of:

Slurred speech
Rapid heart beat
And seizure

The Importance of Seeking Help for Opiate Abuse or Addiction

An overdose can cause sudden death if it is not addressed immediately. Seeking help if any of the warning signs mentioned above is the only way to ensure the safety of yourself or your loved one.
Opiate use rising in America can lead to problems for the country and an economic downturn is almost inevitable. This is due to the quantities of people that become addicted to opiates.

Because of this drug addictive nature and side effects people that become addicted to the drugs will stop at nothing in order to obtain more. They will risk things in their life that sober people would never consider risking and these risks can include the following:
Their family (giving up their families because they do not approve of their misuse of opiates)

Their friends (forgetting friends because they do not like taking drugs the way that they do)

Their homes (another bill worth getting rid of in order to be able to obtain their next prescription opiates high)

Their physical health (something that no opiate addict cares about simply because they cannot stop using opiates no matter what)

And their lives (they will use and use until there is nothing left. No money, no family or friends, and even their physical health. Eventually opiates will take everything a person loves and leave them with nothing but death.)

(Julie Martin, “The Dangers of Opiates,” TechMaza Infotech, April 4 2012)
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