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How To Get High Legally

 

September , 2013

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The brain is pretty good at playing tricks on us, especially on our moods. Almost all mind-altering substances are similar to brain chemicals and work their effects by mimicking, enhancing, or blocking their effects.

Valium, for example, creates its effect by enhancing the neurotransmitter GABA in the brain, and some anti-depressants are SSRIs, or selective seratonin reuptake inhibitors—all simply making the brain do things it already does, just in different amounts.

CARBS

Snack on some carbs. Seriously—they are necessary for moving tryptophan across the brain. Tryptophan is the amino acid that makes up seratonin, the neurotransmitter heavily associated with mood, and when carbohydrates are not available in the bloodstream, tryptophan gets trapped and won’t move to where it needs to be. Neither will your mood.

Fruits known for fighting depression include papaya, bananas, strawberries, mangos, pineapple, grapefruit, guava, apricots, peaches, apples, and dates. Omega-3's (not from fish oil) are also important in combatting depression.

A lot of herbs will do the same thing—St. John’s Wort and Kava Kava are two herbs well-known for their positive effects on mood and stress levels. Others, such as lemon balm, valerian, chamomile, peppermint, and skullcap, potentilla leaf also have calming and balancing effects.

CATNIP

It is possible to obtain a very mild intoxication when catnip is mixed in equal parts with tobacco. The euphoria produced is reported to be significantly weaker than that of marijuana. The apparent active ingredient is assumed to be present in the plant's resin. >

OLOLIUQUI

Ololiuqui is a naturally occurring substance found in the seeds of the morning glory. The morning glory is a vining plant and its flowers are generally white, pink,red, purple or blue. loliuqui was first extracted by Central and South American Indians and was used ritualistically as part of religious ceremonies. Upon examination, ololiuqui was found to contain lysergic acid amide. Lysergic acid amide is approximately one-tenth as potent as lysergic acid diethylamide or LSD.

n modern times, those seeking an hallucinogenic experience have found morning glory seeds to be highly effective. Although about fifteen varieties are readily available, the two most popular are referred to as Heavenly Blues and Pearly Gates. These are favored because of their high lysergic acid amide content. While lysergic acid amide is present in the entire plant, the seeds are favored because they have the highest concentration and, therefore, the greatest potency. Dosage for a "trip" of 4 to l4 hours duration ranges from a minimum of l00 of the triangular shaped black or brown seeds, to a maximum of 300. This quantity is sufficient to produce the same effects as that of 200-300 milligrams [micrograms] of LSD.

WILD LETTUCE

Wild lettuce (lactuca virosa) includes about one hundred wild and domestic species, only a few of which are native to America. The most widespread, prickly wild lettuce, sometimes called compass plant, is usually one to five feet tall, with small pale yellow flowerheads. It occurs in all of the United States, growing in both fields and waste areas. Both wild lettuce and domestic lettuce (sativa capita) must be properly prepared to experience intoxication.

The leafy part of the wild lettuce plant is used, while only the heart of the domestic variety is used. The vegetable material must first be liquified in a blender, and at least a pint of juice is needed. The juice is allowed to stand in a bowl, under a heat lamp, until all that remains is a brown-green viscous substance. This residue is then placed in an opium pipe, pointed downward and a flame is applied. The smoke is then inhaled and held deeply in the lungs much like marijuana. The high from this residue is reported to be mild sedation and a dreamy, "spaced-out" feeling. Addiction is not believed to occur, however, smoking large quantities has been reported to be toxic.

PRICKLY OR MEXICAN POPPY  

Another plant rich in intoxicating alkaloids is the prickly or Mexican poppy. From the same family as the opium poppy, this legal poppy gets its name from the resemblance of its flower to the now illegal variety. Listed as poisonous inPoisonous Plants of the United States, the seed are fatal to fowl and the plant can cause painful irritation when its prickles puncture the skin.
 
Found generally in the South, some of its twelve species reach all the way to Canada. With white or yellow blossoms, this coarse plant grows one to three feet tall in pastures, fields, and waste places which are not under cultivation.

To obtain the active ingredients, one need only roll the dried leaves and petals into a cigarette. One cigarette is said to produce a mild, Euphoric, marijuana-like feeling which lasts about thirty minutes. Another cigarette on the same day is reportedly ineffective, and will not produce intoxication until smoked again on another day. No side effects are listed and apparently very little potential for addiction exists.

NUTMEG AND MACE
Spices commonly found in many households are nutmeg and mace. Ingested in quantities of about one-third ounce, these spices can be used to induce euphoria,while larger doses can produce hallucinations. The active ingredients in nutmeg and mace are reported to be myristicinand elemicin.
 
Nutmeg is typically brewed and consumed as a tea, and mace s often inhaled as a fine powder. The duration of effect for these two substances is reported to be quite long. Use of these substances is usually self-limiting in that they both produce profoundand uncomfortable side-effects. Caution in using these substances is necessary, as liver failure and death may
result.

EXERCISE HIGH

The endorphins produced during ALL FORMS OF exercise have a chemical effect on the brain: they are groups of peptides that interact with opiate receptors and reduce the perception of pain and stress—similarly to opiate drugs, except they are naturally occurring in the body and aren’t addictive. When endorphin levels increase, you feel happier and more relaxed.

SEX

Orgasms produce endorphin highs.s are produced after an orgasm.

CHOCOLATE

Chocolate makes people happy because it contains substances that trigger the release of endorphins.

GIVING

It’s been shown that being generous—with your friends by treating them to lunch or by donating time or money to a favorite organization—makes people happier than spending money on material things. It produces real-time joy.

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