Hallucinogenic Tea Injections: Not Medically Advised

After indulging in some highbrow reading online that talked about hallucinogenic mushrooms as a potential treatment, a man, wanting to cure his bipolar problems, thought it would be a good idea to inject himself with an infusion containing Psilocybes… The mushrooms ended up “literally” growing in the self-medicator’s blood.

http://www.slate.fr/story/199206/champignons-hallucinogenes-injection-veines-pousser-sang-corps

https://www.livescience.com/magic-mushroom-injection-case-report.html

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