Hallucinogenic Fish, Ichthyoallyeinotoxism & Salema Porgy/Sarpa Salpa :Fish that causes hallucinations
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0:00 Today’s keywords:Hallucinogenic Fish, Ichthyoallyeinotoxism & Salema Porgy
0:39 Can fish make you high? & What fish can get you high?
1:17 What is Ichthyoallyeinotoxism?
2:22 So what does it feel like to have a Sarpa Salpa trip?
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Today’s keywords: Hallucinogenic Fish, Ichthyoallyeinotoxism & Salema Porgy
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. Hi, I am Shao Chieh Lo, welcome to what people also ask, where I search for something seemingly obvious and share with you some of its PAA, aka People Also Ask, which is a feature telling you what other people are searching on Google that relates to your query. Today’s query is Hallucinogenic Fish, Ichthyoallyeinotoxism & Salema Porgy. Can fish make you high? & What fish can get you high?
Can fish make you high? & What fish can get you high?
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.
What is Ichthyoallyeinotoxism?
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?
So what does it feel like to have a Sarpa Salpa 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 title “Meet the Hallucinogenic Fish That Can Give You LSD-like Nightmares” published by Atlas Obscura which is an online magazine covering unusual and obscure travel destinations. And obviously, the travel destinations include the psychedelic trips. According to the article, in 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 usually a bad trip. If you made it to the end of the video, chances are that you enjoy learning what people also ask on Google. But let’s face it, reading PAA yourself will be a pain. So here’s the deal, I will do the reading for you and upload a video compiling some fun PAAs once a week, all you have to do is to hit the subscribe button and the bell icon so you won’t miss any PAA report that I compile. So just do it right now. Bye!