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Mapacho (Nicotiana rustica) seeds to cultivate a Mapacho tobacco plant at home. Mapacho (Nicotiana Rustica) is related to regular tobacco, but contains up to twenty times more nicotine. If you harvest and cure the leaves of the Mapacho plant, you can make your own Mapacho cigarettes or use Mapacho as a replacement for tobacco in joints.
Mapacho (Nicotiana Rustica) is sometimes called wild tobacco. It’s related to regular tobacco (Nicotiana Tabacum), which is used for producing cigarettes and cigars. However, Mapacho contains much more nicotine: nicotine content of a single leaf can be up to 9%, which is up to 20 times more than in regular tobacco.
Nicotine affects the nervous system. Nicotine raises the heart rate and blood pressure and quickens respiration. In this way, smoking Mapacho makes you feel alert, awake, sharp and cheerful.
Be careful: nicotine is a very addictive agent. Just like smoking regular tobacco, smoking Mapacho is very addictive!
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You can smoke the leaves of the Mapacho plant as a cigarette or cigar. You can also use Mapacho to replace tobacco in joints with cannabis. To smoke Mapacho, the leaves are usually cured first. You can cure Mapacho by hanging leaving the leaves and leaving them to dry in the sun for a few weeks or in an enclosed space with a heat source that provides indirect heat to the leaves.
In South America, Mapacho leaves are sometimes soaked in water. The water then gets snorted or sniffed. This way of using Mapacho is called singado. Ground Mapacho leaves sometimes function as a snuff as well.
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Mapacho is a nicely smelling plant with pretty yellow flowers. Mapacho is accustomed to a subtropical climate, but also feels at home in cooler parts of the world – Mapacho even gets cultivated in some parts of Russia.
Mapacho is an annual plant that dies after the last flowers have blossomed. Mapacho grows easily and quickly and usually gets to around 1 or 2 meter in height. To sprout the seeds, it is important to provide sandy, nutritious soil and a deep pot that allows the plant to grow long roots. If it is warm enough, it is possible to sow the seeds directly into the soil outside, but it is usually recommended to sow them in a pot first. The soil needs to be moist, but not wet. Most importantly, Mapacho needs lots of sunlight to thrive!