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  • Hey, do you know you can get high by eating  certain fish? There is even a term for it:  

  • Ichthyoallyeinotoxism. But how does  it feel like to take a “fish trip”?  

  • What species of fish can get you high? And, are  you even supposed to attempt to get high this way?  

  • Let's find out, with People Also Ask.  

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  • what other people are searching on Google  that relates to your query. Today's query  

  • is Hallucinogenic Fish, Ichthyoallyeinotoxism  & Salema Porgy. So let's start with our first  

  • two PAA: Can fish make you high? What fish  can get you high? Google's auto-generated  

  • answer is extracted from a Wikipedia entry titled  “Hallucinogenic fish”. According to this entry,  

  • several types of fish are said to have psychedelic  effects when eaten. Sarpa salpa aka Salema porgy,  

  • a type of sea bream, for example, is widely  thought to be hallucinogenic. They may  

  • induce hallucinogenic effects similar to LSD if  eaten.However, based on the reports of exposure  

  • they are more likely to resemble hallucinogenic  effects of deliriants than the effects of  

  • serotonergic psychedelics such as LSD. So how it  feels like? Let's talk about our next PAA: What  

  • is Ichthyoallyeinotoxism? This answer cited a case  report published in Clinical Toxicology in 2008.  

  • According to this report, Ichthyoallyeinotoxism  is a rare kind of food poisoning contracted  

  • following the ingestion of fish. The responsible  toxins are unknown, and the clinical feature is  

  • characterized by the development of  Central nervous system disturbances,  

  • especially hallucinations and nightmares. And it  appears that a fish trip is usually not a good  

  • trip. This report provides two case studies,  A 40-year-old man experienced mild digestive  

  • problems and terrifying visual and auditory  hallucinations after eating a Sarpa salpa in a  

  • restaurant. He was then sent to the hospital and  recovered 36 hours after the meal. Another man,  

  • 90-years-old and previously healthy, had auditory  hallucinations 2 hours after eating a Sarpa salpa.  

  • The two following nights, he had numerous  nightmares and recovered spontaneously after  

  • a period of 3 days. But what did they actually  experience during the fish trip? The answer to  

  • our next PAA has more detailed description. So  what does it feel like to have a Sarpa salpa trip?  

  • Google's auto-generated answer is linked to an  article titleMeet the Hallucinogenic Fish That  

  • Can Give You LSD-like Nightmarespublished  by Atlas Obscura which is an online magazine  

  • covering unusual and obscure travel destinationsAnd obviously, the travel destinations include  

  • the psychedelic trips. According to the articlein 1994, a 40-year-old man felt nauseated about  

  • two hours after enjoying fresh baked Sarpa  salpa on his vacation on the French Riviera.  

  • With symptoms like blurred vision, muscle  weakness and vomiting persistent and worsening  

  • throughout the next day,he cut his vacation  short and hopped in the car, only to realize  

  • mid-journey that he couldn't drive because of all  the shrieking enormous arthropods distracting him.  

  • Another 90-year-old man, in 2002, began to have  hallucinations of screaming humans and squawking  

  • birds after eating the fish in Saint Tropez, also  on the French Riviera. He experienced terrifying  

  • nightmares for another two nights, but he didn't  tell anyone since he thought he was developing  

  • a mental disorder. After reading this article,  I think I personally won't attempt to get high  

  • this way. Okay, let's recap. Today we learned  that certain species of fish can get you high,  

  • what is Ichthyoallyeinotoxism, and it's usuallybad trip. If you made it to the end of the video,  

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Hey, do you know you can get high by eating  certain fish? There is even a term for it:  

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Hallucinogenic Fish, Ichthyoallyeinotoxism & Salema Porgy/Sarpa Salpa :Can fish make you high?

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    羅紹桀 posted on 2021/09/07
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