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A bear in Turkey has hallucinations and is suspected of ingesting a large amount of hallucinogenic honey, causing him to behave abnormally

Time:2023-02-03 08:35:20 author:Beast Read:309次
A bear in Turkey has hallucinations and is suspected of ingesting a large amount of hallucinogenic honey, causing him to behave abnormally

Among plants, many plants are poisonous. The toxicity of some plants is to make the devourer hallucinate and make their behavior abnormal. Such plants are usually called "psychedelic plants", such as mushrooms, collectively referred to as hallucinogenic mushrooms. Recently, in Turkey, people found a very "bold" bear, swaying when walking, as if drunk, attracting many citizens to watch, the bear neither dared to attack nor escape, and behaved very differently. funny. In order to avoid an accident with the little bear, the staff took it to the truck and prepared to send it to the animal hospital for treatment. The bear, who was originally a beast, was very rude at this moment. He couldn't even sit still, and he could only lie down like an uncle. After the veterinarian's examination, the bear was uninjured and had no disease. The reason why it became abnormal was because it had swallowed a lot of hallucinogenic honey and had various hallucinations. When it wakes up, the bear will be released back into nature. Why does honey have hallucinogenic effects? This is because the bee colony here collects rhododendron pollen, which contains wood toxins, etc., so the honey brewed by bees has also become hallucinogenic honey. It may be okay to steal some honey, and swallowing a lot of this honey will definitely stimulate the nervous system. Make it extremely excited and hallucinations, so this little bear becomes so unscrupulous like a "drunk man". In the Rhododendron family, most of the Rhododendron plants contain a variety of toxins such as diterpenoids and Veratrum azalea. Whether it is humans or animals, if they eat Rhododendron nectar by mistake, it is easy to cause them to be excited, Those with abnormal behaviors such as slurred speech, vomiting and loss of motor coordination, among which the Rhododendron family has a "horse drunk wood" whose stems, leaves and seeds are highly poisonous. Drunk. Bears are omnivorous animals and like to eat honey very much. When they find the hive, they will attack the hive and dig the honeycomb. Because the bear's hair is dense, it can avoid being stung by bees, and the bear is hibernating. In the state, they must rely on the body's fat to be converted into energy to maintain their body's needs. Among all nutrients, sugar is the easiest to convert into fat, so bears are very addicted to honey.
  • Several famous hallucinogenic plants in nature
  • Psychedelic mushroom species< /li>
Mushroom is a dish that people like to eat very much, but there are also many mushrooms that are poisonous and cause hallucinations. There are about 200 kinds of such hallucinogenic mushrooms in the world, and there are more than 100 kinds in China. The most representative type of magic mushroom is Amanita fungus, which is a neurotoxin with hallucinogenic effects. Accidentally ingesting these hallucinogenic mushrooms can trigger neural excitation, delusions of time and space, until symptoms such as self-distortion, delusions and split thinking occur, such as seeing various hallucinations, including seeing various magical animals, mysterious sights Wait, so the mushrooms in the wild, if you can't distinguish the types of mushrooms, don't pick and eat them at will.
  • Fruits that let the elephants mouth down
In the protected areas of Africa, some elephant groups are occasionally seen lying down and falling asleep. A little vigilance, thinking that they are poisoned, in fact, the elephants are drunk. Amarula is a fruit tree in Africa. Amarula fruit tastes sweet and sour. After mature and fermented, it becomes a fruit wine, also known as elephant wine, which can make elephants get drunk. It can be seen that the alcohol concentration of Amarula fruit wine is very strong. It is very dangerous for an elephant to get drunk. On the one hand, there is no elephant to guard it, and it is easy to be attacked by predators. At the same time, the elephant is too heavy, and if it is pressed by its companions, it is easy to be crushed to death.
  • Catnip for addicting cats
Catnip is a hallucinogenic plant, some of which can cause temporary (5-15 minutes), and the gaffe movements rarely seen in ordinary cats, such as sneezing, chewing, rubbing, rolling, meowing, delirium, etc., will make cats involuntarily do it under the effect of catnip! Even under the action of catnip, some cats will chase mice imaginatively, while others will sit and stare blankly. Even if they lose their "rationality", they will not forget their instincts. Catching mice is the task of cats. Rat's natural enemy! Catnip can make cats lose their vigilance. Catnip also works on tigers, jaguars, cheetahs, and lynx, but it seems to have limited effect on lions. I don’t know if it only works on solitary cats, but also on social cats. doesn't work! Pay attention to the six-dimensional nature and let the flow know nature!

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