"If we don't manage our psychoactives, they will manage us."
..... Home page of Psychoactive Management
 [Image: A silver pipe made by the U.S.Government for tobacco smoking, offered to Indian tribes with an agreement to have them move out of their territory. This picture links to 'peacepipe.html' file, just like the picture to the right. The point of this digression into Native American tobacco practices, is that ritual use of a psychoactive is better management than the casual smoking widely practiced by the average tobacco consumer.]  [Image: Sprinkling tobacco on the ground, in a ceremony. This picture links to 'peacepipe.html' file, just like the picture to the left. The point of this file on Native American tobacco practices, is that ritual use of a psychoactive is better management than the casual smoking widely practiced by the average tobacco consumer.]

Psychoactive Management-- A consistent approach to drug abuse prevention, at both a personal and a policy level.
Click under this line for the main page, with links and "The Five Rules of Psychoactive Management." Links go to topics of D.A.R.E., family interventions, harm reduction, legalization, Andrew Weil, Charles Tart, self-help groups, tobacco dependence, zero tolerance, and others.

http://www.ground4ideas.com/p/psychoactive_management.html

Parents: Nothing objectionable here, in my opinion anyway. If you disagree, email me at bill34543@yahoo.com
This site is not intended for any commercial or political purpose, nor for swapping photographs, movies, songs, rumors, merchandise, or contraband; only ideas. Note: Regarding illegal use, this is a bad idea because following Rule 5 is hard, with contraband ("compare notes with non-users").

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