Two hikers chewed it up so to speak. I tripped on a mushroom while hiking and got lost in the mountains and a rescue team had to save the day.
The Lake District is a national park in the county of Cumbria in North West England, and a popular destination for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts. It’s also England’s largest national park with stunning outdoor scenery. But when logic and judgment are compromised, the powerful effects of mushrooms and outdoor elements don’t always mix.
Guardian report On April 8, a mountain rescue team was summoned to the Stonycroft, Newlands and Seathwaites area of the national park and received reports that a group of young men had tripped over a shroom and appeared to be in trouble.
team member Mountain Rescue England and Wales They say they get calls every day and only four days in 2022 they weren’t called to rescue hikers. But mushroom-related calls are less frequent and worth discussing (laughs).
Keswick Mountain RescueThe local branch responsible for rescuing stranded hikers answered the call. “A number of calls came in via passers-by who came across a group of young adult men who had ingested a magic mushroom,” said the Keswick Mountain Rescue Service report. “Two people in the group were feeling unwell, including the party’s driver. The casualties walked around and were advised by team medics about the timing of their next trip.”
Eleven volunteers from Keswick Mountain Rescue were dispatched to meet two Psychonauts and make their way down the mountain. As they walked down, the team’s medics gave good advice “as to the timing of their next trip,” hinting at how long it would take for the shrooms to wear off.
Most of the time, when the stumble is too strong, the only thing you can do is ride it out until it’s no longer effective. However, you can also eat foods and nutrients such as curcumin, resveratrol, grape seed extract, milk thistle, hawthorn, omega-3 fatty acids, magnesium, apples and kale to speed up shroom metabolism and reduce travel. I will explain.
The team was also called in to assist four pedestrians who were going down the Styhead Tarn pass towards Seathwaite. One injured his ankle and one of him had a panic attack.
Keswick Mountain Rescue Posted an update on Facebookwith a photo, shows that the rescue continued until it was dark outside.
new key voice report Some hikers passing by were worried about what they saw.
European Drug Debate Forum, Blue Pill, posted a thread About shroom hikers in the Keswick area. “It’s not good to smell your own brain,” commented one user. “Maybe they didn’t even step out of their living room and thought they were just in the lake!” another user wrote.
Wild magic mushrooms, on the other hand, are found in many parts of the world. From the October 1986 issue high times Writer Jerome Creek wrote a psychedelic-inspired travelogue in search of magic mushrooms in California. Magic mushrooms grow in the wild and can be eaten or made into a tea, but the setting and setting are very important and cause a powerful strain on the mind. It’s not necessarily a good thing.
The events unfolding only prove the quality of the shrooms taken by the hikers, wrote one Twitter user.
It took about two hours to complete the entire rescue.