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what medicinal herbs (besides pot) can cause euphoria?

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Question by lyndalee
Submitted on 9/14/2003
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what medicinal herbs (besides pot) can cause euphoria?

Answer by tom
Submitted on 10/25/2003
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For the ultimage in euphorics, you can't beat the various opioids that are extracted from the opium poppy.

Naturally-occuring hallucinogens can also produce euphoria.  Examples include:

Psilocybin mushrooms ("shrooms")
Morning-glory seeds
Jimson weed

CAUTION:  Several of these are quite toxic, and
effective dosages can be very difficult to determine due to variations in potency.  Furthermore, there is evidence that some hallucinogens can remain in the brain for a considerable period of time.

My advice is
"Just Say No" to taking medicinal herbs for recreational purposes without thorough
knowledge and expert guidance.  Just because they're "natural" doesn't mean they're not lethal if mishandled.


Answer by jonny anomaly
Submitted on 1/19/2004
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salvia, paoti and shrooms are good


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