From my trip to Nepal, I brought crazy honey with me. 2 spoons relax, from 3-5 you can go on a trip. Crazy honey is a substance shrouded in centuries of mystery. Until recently, most people outside the regions where it has been produced for thousands of years have never heard of it. And the initiates used this poison as a drug, medicine, and even a military weapon. Interestingly, in the 1700s, Turkey traded the honey hallucinogen to “enlightened” Europe, where it was mixed into alcoholic drinks to make them even more “stunning”. Since rhododendrons thrive at high altitudes and bees often nest on sheer cliffs, collecting honey can be more dangerous than consuming it. In Nepal, crazy honey hunters make perilous vertical ascents, often being attacked by angry insects.