Discussion in 'Exotic Psychedelic Plants' started by Dazed4now, Jan 16, 2005.

  1. Dazed4now

    Dazed4now Member

    has anyone tried this?
    i was at a party with a friend n he was tryin it out
    bout 30 minutes after we got there he was holding a beer in his hand but nothing was there
    he was taking drags off a ciggarette which wasnt really there
    and talking to thin air
    last thing i saw him doing before i left was chewing on his fingers and they were literally bleeding n he just kept chewing away

    it was to crazy, good thing i didnt try it
  2. khronus

    khronus Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    I have not tried this but common sense goes along way here. Atropa belladonna is not something to be messing with in my opinion. A nice plant to grow but it is very dangerous and I believe there are very few on the planet that know what to correctly do with this plant. She is very poisonous and will kill you very easily. BE WARNED

  3. Isn't that the same active ingredient as datura? So far I haven't heard of anyone having a good experience with any of that trippy family.
  4. goldmund

    goldmund Member

    Hitler took a tincture of belladonna mixed with all sorts of other things, including amphetamines, every day till the day he died.
  5. Dazed4now

    Dazed4now Member

    howd u know that?
  6. goldmund

    goldmund Member

    I took a Modern German History course in college. It was in one of the books I read. Apparently, Hitler had all sorts of naturopathic beliefs. He was a vegetarian, never drank, used homopathy, and had somewhat of a quack doctor who proscribed him all sorts of stuff, including belladona. Some doctors speculate that his witches brew, might have caused him to lose it a bit from '43 on.
  7. gnrm23

    gnrm23 Senior Member

    hitler & drugs...
    i have heard nux vomica extract ("tonic" doses of Strychnos alkaloids)...
    & all sorts of occult leanings...
    & a lot of his inner circle were also into some heavy drugs & wierd beliefs, yep...

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