Mike Tyson is a big fan of “smoking the toad.”The former world champion boxer discovered the ancient practise, in which users smoke the venom of the Sonoran Desert Toad to produce a short psychoactive trip, four years ago — and he said it changed his life.”I ‘died’ on my first trip,” Tyson, 55, told The Washington Post last month at Wonderland, a Miami conference devoted to psychedelics, microdosing, and medicine.
“I’ve seen death to be beautiful on my travels.” Both life and death must be beautiful, but death has a bad reputation. I’ve learned from the toad that I won’t be here forever. There is a time limit.”
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