Mike Tyson told the New York Post that he was “dead” when he first tried the poison of the Sonoran Desert toad.
Tyson explained at a psychedelic conference in Miami how poison changed his life.
The toad venom, which Tyson says has been used 53 times, gives the user a psychotropic journey.
Mike Tyson Told the New York Post When he first tried the Sonoran Desert toad venom as a psychedelic, he was “dead.”
The use of poison from the Mexican amphibian Bufoalvarius, also known as the Sonoran Desert toad, is considered an illegal Schedule 1 drug in the United States, but is legal in Mexico and Canada. Poisons cause psychotropic travel when smoking.
Tyson told the New York Post in Wonderland, a psychedelic conference in Miami, that a friend suggested four years ago that he should try the drug when he was unhappy and overweight at £ 100.
“I dared to do it,” said a 55-year-old woman. “Why because I was doing heavy medicine like cocaine? That’s another dimension. Before the toad, I was a shipwreck. The toughest enemy I’ve ever faced. Was myself. I had low self-esteem. People with great self-esteem often have low self-esteem. We use our ego to subsidize it. Toads get rid of ego . “
Tyson continued: “I was’dead’during my first trip. On my trip, death turned out to be beautiful. Both life and death must be beautiful, but death has a bad reputation. The toad taught me me. “M I’m not here forever. There is an expiration date. “
Former heavyweight champion boxer said he has now used toad venom 53 times. Tyson added that his life improved after using the drug. He lost £ 100 in three months, resumed boxing and reunited with his wife and children.
“It makes me more creative and helps me focus,” he said. “I have a greater presence as a businessman and entrepreneur. People understand the difference [in me].. It speaks for itself. If you knew me in 1989, you knew another person. My mind isn’t sophisticated enough to understand what happened, but my life has improved. The overall purpose of the toad is to reach your highest potential. I have a different view of the world. We are all the same. Everything is love. “
“I started smoking after I retired,” said a heavyweight boxer. “What a mistake. I should have smoked my entire career. I should have smoked when I was fighting because I fell into this different state of mind.
According to the New York Post, Tyson has a toad nursery in the Sonoran Desert. His ranch in Desert Hot Springs, Southern California He also grows cannabis. Tyson has also partnered with several cannabis companies to advocate the use of psychedelics in medicine.
“I’m fighting for psychedelics to become an over-the-counter drug,” he told the New York Post. “It’s not over yet. I want to do more. I want to be the best in this field.”
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