Originally Posted by hoban7
missed the rule about giving websources; appologies. The bolivians have a paste that is similar to lipta called lejla....quinones,cereal,anisete, blah blah....all i have heard is it is softer than lipta, sweeter, no grit, eay to use, no burning, great activation, great taste... since it is not an illegal substance i could find out where to get it if someonee who isnt you wants to pm me?...i don't know if i just broke another rule or not but i am not incriminating anyone, advertising sites or sources, or solliciting anyone for illicit/illegal substances...give me a shout if swim
frankly using"swim" does not protect you from any authorities reading the boards....talk about the right (or wrong as the cas may be) andand swiafa (someone who isnt a federal agent) will be tracking your ip addy and looking through your windo in a heartbeat.................nah, that could never happen!..????
please do not discuss rules in threads. use of swim or other indirect forms in speech is not there to protect users but the forum itself and its administration and hosting services. we don't want this place to be a collection of confessions of drug
use- if you want to rant about this, please do some reading, on the tediously repetitive lengthy discussions on the subject and then eventually post here :
About the use of SWIM and alternatives
source discussions, for legal products are restricted to the source forums, to which one has access with gold membership. pm source discussion are not allowed, sorry.
leija dulce, which is mostly found in bolivian and peruvian cities, is basically your traditional quinoa ash based lye mixed with flavourin, cane sugar, spices, aniseed, anis, and also dulce de leche in Peru.
it's mostly handmade by the vendors, so the best bet would experimenting with making your own. i very much doubt it's going to be sold by anyone else than coca
vendors. Coca leaf, hence coca leaf tea, mate de coca is technically illegal ( in pretty much all countries having ratified the UN 1961 single convention on narcotic drugs
, schedule II in the USA for instance) , so source discussion is not even allowed in the source forums.
try using betel chewing limestone paste, which is already the tarry consistency and incorporate the ingredients. or go the full traditional way and burn up some quinoa.
frankly, the taste of sodium bicarbonate is fine once one is used to it. it's also used in South American cities. it's safer than ashe based lyes, cheap and easily available.
one can always pop a caramel, mint, gum,or other sticky lolly / butterscotch for a salt-butter caramel like flavouring as well, saves time and money imo