Top Ten Drugs and Chemicals with Weird Effects

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People have been seeking the ultimate high throughout their lives and had ingested all sorts of chemicals imaginable throughout the history of mankind. The following is our list of top 10 drugs with the most bizarre effects that man has tried. The list was based on the accounts of those who actually tried them, at least those who have survived to recount their experience.


1. Salamander Brandy

Salamander Brandy

This is not the brandy made from the salamander. It is actually from what these salamanders produce. This is not sold commercially and is produced in Slovenia. This bizarre concoction is a mix of alcohol and the poison that the salamander produces. It is believed that its effect can rival that of Ecstasy and LCD combined.


2. Urine


Eskimos and some Siberian tribes were known to have been consuming human urine in the past. They collect and drink the urine of persons who have consumed the fly agaric mushrooms. It was reported that those who had drunk the pee of persons who ate this type of mushroom get a different kind of high.


3. C-4 Explosives

C-4 Explosives

C-4 is described as a more effective type of explosives and is 1.34 times more powerful than the TNT. We all know this for a fact, but can we classify it as a drug? According to a book that lists all the downers, uppers and all-arounders, the C-4 is considered as a drug. It is reported that modern veterans actually ingest C-4 to for its psychedelic effects.


4. Known Venoms and Poisons

Known Venoms and Poisons

Poisons such as strychnine and arsenic are known to have strong hallucinogenic effects based on the accounts of those who have tried them and lived to share their experiences. It was also reported that holy men from India smoke the venom of the cobra by mixing its crystallized form with cannabis.


5. Xenon


Xenon is an inert and odorless gas that is naturally occurring within our atmosphere. It is used in lasers, lamps, nuclear power generation, medical imaging and in the production of micro-electromechanical systems. It is also used in anesthetics like Novocaine and nitrous oxide and results to hallucinogenic effects.


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