What are the colorful little people that Yunnan people see after eating fungus poisoning?

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 What are the colorful little people that Yunnan people see after eating fungus poisoning?


The people of all provinces who have no chance to taste the delicious fungi can only listen to Yunnan people to tell their experiences of seeing small people and grasping dragons with their bare hands while wondering what kind of small people Yunnan people see.

In Yunnan, people who have not been poisoned are incomplete, and those who have not seen a villain are incomplete. What does a colorful little man look like? Lets look at the pictures of peoples (art) friendsmemories.

1. Hand-in-hand harmony (from [email protected] just dont exist very clearly)

2. Hand-in-hand creepy kaleidoscope

5. The Faithful Audience Type of Hayao Miyazakis The Phantom Princess

6. Draw only one detail-oriented type

In addition to the symptoms of poisoning from various God stickers, there are also some literature records:

The poisoned patients feel that the world is very beautiful, because they are afraid that these pictures will disappear, they keep chanting Buddhist sutras, shouting, sleepless all night.

The fungus that caused Yunnan people to poison and see young people is actually a kind of food with excellent taste and rich nutrition - Boletus calves (also known as see hands green).

According to the study of Clinical Analysis of Acute Psychiatric Abnormalities Caused by Boletus Poisoning, Boletus versicolor contains many toxic ingredients. Toxin, toad venom and hallucinogens are related to the occurrence of psychiatric symptoms after inappropriate consumption. Toxic substances participate in and affect neurotransmission and metabolism activities, and act on the central nervous system, which can disturb the normal function of the brain, so that people can see things that do not exist.

Moreover, not everyone can vomit safely after food poisoning.

(Every year there are cases of food poisoning and unfortunate death caused by eating wild fungi)

In addition to hallucinations of different severity (excessive dosage may cause schizophrenia), patients may also experience myocardial conduction block in brain edema, pulmonary edema and toxic myocarditis [4]. Studies have shown that some patients may also have axonal disease similar to polyradiculitis, and the prognosis of severe patients is poor [5]. By that time, let alone fungi, patients may have to say goodbye to most of the worlds delicacies.

3. The most important thing for the masses and fungus lovers in Yunnan... Food suggestions.

Some scholars have measured and analyzed the mercury content of common Boletus in Yunnan. It is found that if 300 g fresh Boletus is eaten in one week, it may lead to higher mercury intake than the weekly allowable intake standard stipulated by FAO/WHO (0.004 mg/kg-1BW), thus endangering health [6].

I hope everyone can eat their favorite food and keep healthy all the time.

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[2]. Cai Xiaoling, Li Zhihong, He Wei, Zou Yao. Research progress of Boletus calves [J]. Journal of Dali University, 2011, 10 (04): 59-61.

[3]. Mao Xiaolan. Species Diversity and Toxins of Toxic Bacteria in China [J]. Journal of Mycology, 2006, 25 (3): 345-363.

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[6]. Li Jieqing, Yang Tianwei, Zhang Ji, Jerzy FALANDYSZ, Martyna SABA, Wang Yuanzhong, Liu Honggao. Determination and analysis of total mercury content of wild Boletus in Yunnan Province and health risk assessment [J]. Journal of Yunnan Agricultural University (Natural Science), 2017, 32 (03): 523-535.

[7]. Zhou Lingxian, Yin Jianzhong. Analysis and Evaluation of Nutritional Components of Wild Edible Boletus in Yunnan [J]. Edible Fungi, 2008 (4): 61-62