mushroom poisoning

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Noun1.mushroom poisoning - toxic condition caused by eating certain species of mushrooms (especially Amanita species)
food poisoning, gastrointestinal disorder - illness caused by poisonous or contaminated food
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The study says that combining both a MAOI-containing plant and DMT-containing substance is necessary for full hallucinogenic effect.
But the noise, the lack of interest from the staff and the hallucinogenic effect of the wall art was too much and we left.
He witnessed its strong hallucinogenic effect first hand when he spilt some on his skin.
It has hallucinogenic effect and can cause fatal rise in temperature.
He was a user of qat, the herb commonly chewed by many in the Somali community, which is said to have a hallucinogenic effect.
Gibson's writing enters the bloodstream like a drug, producing a mild hallucinogenic effect that lasts for hours.
Josh was also introduced by Charlie to 'Z', a mild drug with a hallucinogenic effect.
Some substances ( known as ' mushrooms') induce a hallucinogenic effect, which is found to prompt life- changing revelations similar to those reported throughout history by religious mystics and those who meditate.
Nutmeg Chinese women believe nutmeg to be an aphrodisiac; in quantity, it can produce a hallucinogenic effect.
A spokeswoman for North East Council on Addictions, the region's largest drugs charity, said she was "extremely concerned that a drug with such a strong hallucinogenic effect could be bought over the counter".
Marijuana has a high tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content that creates a hallucinogenic effect.
Beyond the unique taste, the foul-smelling dish has a hallucinogenic effect.