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Bufotenin is a chemical constituent in the poison and eggs of several species of toads belonging to the genus Bufo, but most notably in the Colorado River toad (formerly Bufo alvarius, now Incilius alvarius) which is the only toad species in which bufotenin is present in large enough quantities for a psychoactive effect. Extracts of toad venom, containing bufotenin and other bioactive compounds, have been used in some traditional medicines. Such as ch’an us (probably derived from Bufo gargarizans). Which has been used medicinally for centuries in China. Buy DMT Powder Online.
The toad was “recurrently depicted in Mesoamerican art”, which some authors have interpreted as indicating that the effects of ingesting Bufo secretions have been known in Mesoamerica for many years; however, others doubt that this art provides sufficient “ethnohistorical evidence” to support the claim. Buy DMT Powder Online.
Increased in heart rate
Increased in blood pressure
Rapid movement in eyelashes
Audible trouble, such as hearing different voices
The Layout of several colors at the same time
In addition to bufotenin, Bufo venoms also contain digoxin-like cardiac glycosides, and ingestion of the venom can be fatal. Ingestion of Bufo toad venom and eggs by humans has resulted in several reported cases of poisoning, some of which resulted in death.
Contemporary reports indicate that bufotenin-containing toad venom has been used as a street drug; that is, as a supposed aphrodisiac (it is not an aphrodisiac but is a lethal poison). Ingested orally in the form of ch’an us, and as a psychedelic, by smoking or orally ingesting Bufo toad venom or dried Bufo skins.
The use of chan’s and love stone (a related toad venom preparation used as an aphrodisiac in the West Indies). Has resulted in several cases of poisoning and at least one death. The practice of orally ingesting toad venom has been referred to in popular culture. And the scientific literature as toad licking and has drawn media attention.
Albert Most, the founder of the Church of the Toad of Light and a proponent of the spiritual use of Bufo alvarius venom, published a booklet titled Bufo alvarius: The Psychedelic Toad of the Sonoran Desert in 1983 which explained how to extract and smoke the secretions.
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