Mike Tyson claims he ‘died’ after consuming hallucinogenic mushrooms.
Mike Tyson had an interesting drug experience.
At Wonderland, a Miami conference dedicated to psychedelics, microdosing, and medicine, the boxing legend spoke to the New York Post.
While smoking toad venom, he claimed to be in the afterlife.
“During my first trip, I ‘died,'” Tyson said.
“I’ve seen death to be beautiful during my travels.”
Both life and death must be beautiful, but death has a negative reputation.
I’ve learned from the toad that I won’t be around indefinitely.
The “toad” in question is Bufo alvarius, also known as the Sonoran Desert Toad, according to the New York Post.
Its venom can be smoked for a psychoactive experience.
It was discovered four years ago, according to Tyson.
Tyson explained, “I did it on a dare.”
“I was doing heavy drugs like cocaine, so why not?”
I was a wreck before I did the toad.
The most difficult opponent I’ve ever had was myself.
My self-esteem was low.
Self-esteem is often low in people with large egos.
That is subsidized by our ego.
The ego is stripped by the toad.”
Tyson went on to claim that he has tripped over toad 53 times.
He’s lost 100 pounds and reconnected with his family as a result of his efforts.
“It has helped me focus and has made me more creative,” he said.
“As a businessman and entrepreneur, I’m more present.” Tyson is a big supporter of drugs that can help people heal.
Tyson revealed in 2019 that he smokes about (dollar)40,000 worth of marijuana per month.
Each month, he sells around (dollar)500,000 worth of cannabis from his California ranch.
“Everything we do is legal under the law of the United States.”
Rob Hickman, Tyson’s business partner, told Cannabis and Tech Today in February 2019 that “we never touch the plants.”
“Now, a lot of people rent land from us and use it to grow their products.”
We’ll consider selling them our packaging if they grow it to the proper standards and are properly licensed in the state.”
“I’ve been fighting for over 20 years, and my body has taken a beating,” Tyson explained.
“I had two surgeries, and I used marijuana to calm my nerves and take the pain away… But before that, they put me on those opiates, and those opiates screwed me up.”
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