Alcohol, cigarettes, weed, drugs, etc. get us high, but they also make us pay the ultimate price in the end if we let them become an addiction. Alcohol zaps liver, smoking destroys lungs, and dope causes a whole lot of psychosomatic problems. Drugs just wreck a person physically and emotionally. Regardless of all these downsides, many of us sip booze, smoke weed, or snort drugs to experience euphoria. People love this euphoric state so much that they put their health at stake to enjoy the feeling. Hey, what if we tell you that there are numerous ways to get high without using drugs, weed, alcohol or other conventional intoxicants? Don't you believe our words? Continue reading this topic to know about them!
A binaural beat is a kind of auditory illusion created by presenting two different pure-tone sine waves with separate frequencies to a listener, one through each ear. Upon hearing, our brain perceives a delusional third beat with very low frequency. The third one is called a binaural beat, and it is said to have a soothing effect on the brain. Binaural beats relax mind to a large degree that listeners experience euphoria instantaneously. You may find an ocean of such binaural audio tracks on YouTube.com. They are harmless but can give nightmares to some people.
Nutmeg, readily available in the market as nuts or powder, is a food seasoning spice. It is widely used in Asian cuisine. Nutmeg powder is often used to flavor eggnog, a traditional Christmas drink made of milk, eggs, cream, etc. consumed in the United States and Canada. Nutmeg can get people very, very high. Two to four whole nuts do the trick for people who have never been high before. Nutmeg is a natural hallucinogenic drug. It contains a mirage-inducing chemical compound called myristicin. WARNING: A typical nutmeg trip lasts one day to two days. In addition to leaving a bad taste in mouth, it can make people very, very sick and depressed.
Many people sniff things like glue, sharpies, nail lacquer, gasoline, paint thinners, etc. to get high. The habit is particularly high among teenagers, as many of them don't have easy access to alcohol or other legal intoxicants. The chemical fumes of glue, when inhaled, enter the bloodstream through lungs and reach the brain. They then disturb the natural functions of brain, causing euphoric effects. Sniffing glue doesn't cause too many problems when tried once or twice, but poses a severe health risk if the habit turns into an addiction.