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Ergot Wine Revisited

Krystle discusses the time she drank ergot wine. Ergot (Claviceps purpurea) is thought to be a component of the Kykeon, a hallucinogenic sacrament used by Socrates and others during the Eleusinian Mysteries. It is also a precursor to LSD.

This video is for harm reduction and educational purposes only. It is not intended to promote the use of any substance, whether legal or illegal…In this series (Flashbacks), Krystle revisits some classic videos by sharing never-before-seen footage and outtakes.

Note: Rather than using ergot yourself, let this video satisfy your curiosity about the effects of ergot. Remember, ergot is considered a poison and it comes with a ton of negative effects like: seizures, painful muscle spasms, loss of limbs, nausea, and vomiting.

For a more detailed discussion of the Ergot Wine, see Krystle’s book Lysergic –…

More Ergot Info and Harm Reduction Resources at:

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