hist-brewing: Gruit Ingredients found (2/3 ain't bad!)

Richard Richard at WowMe.com
Mon Jan 10 05:07:36 PST 2000


Neither of these is the morning glory that contains lysergic acid.  Or am I wrong?  My understanding is that morning glory in beer causes sever diarrhea and that is why it was never historically used.  Is this correct?

Richard
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "John Purdy" <John_Purdy at Jabil.com>
To: <hist-brewing at pbm.com>
Sent: Friday, January 07, 2000 15:58 Richard
Subject: hist-brewing: Gruit Ingredients found (2/3 ain't bad!)


> Did I not post this while we were going over the issue like madpersons?  
> 
> http://herbalchemy.com/BULKHERB.HTM <http://herbalchemy.com/BULKHERB.HTM> 
> 
> Over 1,500 herbs listed, including these entries : 
> yarrow flowers whole 4.75 
> yarrow flowers powder 5.80 
> bayberry root bark bayberry root bark powder 22.55 bayberry root bark
> bayberry root bark cs 13.45 
> 
> And for the more daring : 
> morning glory wu zhao long whole 3.50 
> morning glory seed qian niu zi powder 3.50 
> morning glory seed qian niu zi extract 100gm 8.70 
> morning glory seed qian niu zi whole 3.30 


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