10 Everyday Things That Can Surprisingly Make One High


There are items that are not dangerous, unless they are used for other purposes. Some may get into trouble because of ignorance, while others deliberately seek adventures. However, such experiments can have negative impact on health and may lead to death.

10. Freon

Freon is a gas used in refrigerators and freezers to produce cold. If a person inhales Freon, he/she can get intoxicated. Freon damages the liver, heart and brain; it can freeze the face and the respiratory system and cause death. As a result, only professionals can deal with Freon.

9. Nutmeg

Nutmeg is widely used, especially during the preparation of festive dishes. It is added as an appetizer to the first course dishes and desserts to enhance the flavor. But if you exceed the desirable amount, you can develop narcotic poisoning and get panic-stricken. Nutmeg contains the myristicin chemical, which is similar to ecstasy and amphetamine by its actions. This is a strong hallucinogen with serious side effects. It is sufficient to take 5 tablespoons of seasoning to get a life-threatening condition. Be careful!

8. Glue

Glue is used for crafts and repairs. But it is also dangerous. Its adhesive composition includes organic compounds, for example, acetone, toluene, and xylene. These substances are very dangerous. They enter the blood through the respiratory tract and affect the human body as depressants. These substances may damage the brain and heart and cause death.

7. Correction pen

This is another reason why it is better to write with a pencil. A liquid correction fluid can cause drug intoxication, when inhaled actively. It causes impeded speech, tremor in the muscles and hallucinations, disrupts kidneys and the nervous system. After inhaling the smell of a correction pen, one even loses the sense of smell. If a family has children, it is better to get rid of the correction fluid.

6. Cough syrup

Cough syrup is useful when treating bronchitis or pneumonia. It is composed of a substance that inhibits the cough reflex by having an influence on the brain. If you take the drug in doses, it is not dangerous. However, a large dose can cause hallucinations. You should not exceed the dose prescribed by the doctor or indicated in the instructions. Otherwise, you can get a drop in blood pressure, respiratory impairment, dizziness, convulsions, paranoia, and even death.

5. Mulberry

Mulberries may be poisonous. Unripe berries contain a hallucinogenic substance with a laxative effect.

4. Laughing gas

This gas was first used as a psychotropic weapon in order to induce a state of euphoria. At home, it can be found in a bottle with whipped cream. It is under the influence of this gas that the cream comes out of the bottle under pressure. It is very dangerous as it causes hearing loss, heart attack, damage to the brain cells, and even death.

3. Nail polish remover

If anyone colors nails in your family, or there are several family members doing it, hypothetically you have a chance to get poisoned by nail polish remover. It is very toxic. The liquid composition contains acetone, which reduces coordination, affecting the nervous system. Acetone is part of the corrosive construction materials and substances. Poisoning with acetone causes dizziness, vomiting, headache, convulsions, and loss of consciousness.

2. Hand sanitizer

Microbes are harmful, but if you frequently use hand sanitizers, these products can harm the health even more than germs. Doctors can tell you about frequent accidents with children, who use a hand sanitizer for other purposes, such as drinking or inhaling it, as the bottle contains 60-65% ethanol. Poisoning may lead to convulsions, hypothermia, cardiac pain, dizziness, and nausea. A person can fall into a coma.

1. Computer care products

Products for taking care of the computer became popular in the 2000s. Since then, teenagers have realized that inhaling the substance can bring them to an unusual condition. They do not realize that they can die because the gas contained in the spray gun replaces oxygen in the blood by destroying it. Fortunately, this problem is gradually disappearing due to the invention of tablet PCs and virtual keyboards.