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Lochmonster

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Anyone else try this?? It is an herb, used to be used in cigarettes (way back when they were made ethically) and is in most over the counter cold/cough remedies. I make a tea out of it and find it to be very refreshing and open up my lungs quite a bit.

I get it up here in NYC at different herb shops, is less than $5 an ounce so it is probably cheaper still in other places.

Anyone know of any other all natural stuff that could be used for freediving?
 

basco

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Well, it would be garlic then. But be careful, everything has it's side effects. You might get a blackout easier or something like that. Why not just dive?
 
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