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Here, the honey is cultivated in rhododendrons and azaleas. In this region, it was used as poison during the war, but also as a hallucinogenic drug. In Nepal, Gurung honey hunters risk their lives every day, hunting for honey in precarious conditions.
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Most of us already know the great health benefits and other uses of honey. You can use it in flu and sore throat treatments, it’s great for your immunity, it improves sexual performance and it’s also delicious is tea or cakes. But did you know you could also use it as a recreational drug?...
Show more...Most of us already know the great health benefits and other uses of honey. You can use it in flu and sore throat treatments, it’s great for your immunity, it improves sexual performance and it’s also delicious is tea or cakes. But did you know you could also use it as a recreational drug?

The variety is known as “mad honey”, and besides its recreational drug properties (which granted its reputation as hallucinogenic honey), it also has amazing health benefits. The active ingredient in mad honey is grayanotoxin and, besides its recent fame after the release of the documentary about honey hunting in Nepal, is also historically found in the Turkish Black Sea region, where it’s known as “deli bal”.

Here, the honey is cultivated in rhododendrons and azaleas. In this region, it was used as poison during the war, but also as a hallucinogenic drug. In Nepal, Gurung honey hunters risk their lives every day, hunting for honey in precarious conditions.

They look for the hives of the Apislaboriosa, the world’s largest honeybee. The hives are usually located on steep cliffs, doubling the risks: not only do they risk getting stung, but they can also fall to their deaths, or injure themselves. However, once extracted, the honey is in itself the best reward. The people of Nepal use it for medicinal purposes, as well as a recreational drug.

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I took 1 big spoon (im used to taking mad honey). The sensation was first burning my mouth and throat, then I felt a bit nauseated, more then usual.

Olivia Jenkins
Jul 29, 2019, at 10:47 pm
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