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Offlineeve69
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Trip Off Turkey?
    #2138763 - 11/26/03 10:02 PM (14 years, 21 hours ago)

Is there a way to extract the tryptamines from turkey? If you eat enough can you trip? What about smoking turkey skin. Will it get you high?



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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: eve69]
    #2138765 - 11/26/03 10:04 PM (14 years, 21 hours ago)

you cant get high of l-tryptophan, which is what is in turkey


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: eve69]
    #2138773 - 11/26/03 10:05 PM (14 years, 21 hours ago)

Ya you GET SOOO TRIPPED  OUT!! LEVEL 5 ALL THE WAY!


(ps. turkey has no tryptamines in it. Only tryptophan  :rolleyes:)

Tryptophan is in milk and cheese...


Funny question though :lol:


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: theshiftingwalls]
    #2138776 - 11/26/03 10:06 PM (14 years, 21 hours ago)

Deep beat me to it...


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: theshiftingwalls]
    #2138862 - 11/26/03 10:48 PM (14 years, 20 hours ago)

They make you sleepy.


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: NugDumper]
    #2138953 - 11/26/03 11:40 PM (14 years, 19 hours ago)

Fat can be pretty nice though.  I suggest doing this:
When I moved out with my girlfriend she made me switch from 2% to skim milk.  I only drank skim for a year or so.  Then, get nice and stoned and drink some homo milk.  Mmm, damn near passed out from the sheer yumminess. :loveeyes:


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: Panoramix]
    #2138959 - 11/26/03 11:45 PM (14 years, 19 hours ago)

You sure love that homo milk...


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: theshiftingwalls]
    #2138972 - 11/26/03 11:50 PM (14 years, 19 hours ago)

I knew that was cumming. At least I changed the last sentence from "I nearly had an orgasm from the sheer yumminess" to "damn near passed out from the sheer yumminess"


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: Panoramix]
    #2138977 - 11/26/03 11:53 PM (14 years, 19 hours ago)

Thats what they all say :wink:.


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: theshiftingwalls]
    #2138982 - 11/26/03 11:57 PM (14 years, 19 hours ago)

Who all?  Not that I'm interested, mind you...  I'm just... Uhh... 'curious' :tongue2:


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: Panoramix]
    #2139000 - 11/27/03 12:08 AM (14 years, 19 hours ago)

:nonono:


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: eve69]
    #2139012 - 11/27/03 12:18 AM (14 years, 19 hours ago)

You can get totally high off turkey, but you need to get the yellow post-it notes for the extraction. The green ones won't work.


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: djfrog]
    #2139030 - 11/27/03 12:29 AM (14 years, 19 hours ago)

http://www.snopes.com/food/ingredient/turkey.htm

Claim: Eating turkey makes people drowsy.
Status: False.
Example: [Collected via e-mail, 2002]

Here's a holiday dinner factoid that I've never been sure about - does turkey contain a natural sedative that makes you feel sleepy after eating a lot of it?

Origins: Whenever

my husband and I find our cats collapsed in a heap on the bed, emitting loud kitty snores, we look to one another and say, "Someone must have slipped them some turkey." As widespread lore has it, something in turkey induces sleepiness, making those who partake of the bird unusually drowsy.

In this instance, lore almost intersects with science. Turkey does contain tryptophan, an amino acid which is a natural sedative. But tryptophan doesn't act on the brain unless it is taken on an empty stomach with no protein present, and the amount gobbled even during a holiday feast is generally too small to have an appreciable effect. That lazy, lethargic feeling so many are overcome by at the conclusion of a festive season meal is most likely due to the combination of drinking alcohol and overeating a carbohydrate-rich repast.

Those who still feel wary of turkey's purported sleep-inducing properties should find solace in the knowledge that many items we eat contain tryptophan. Milk, beef, and beans are among the foodstuffs which house this amino acid, and experts say chicken has higher levels of tryptophan than turkey does. If turkey were truly the sandman's henchman, we'd be falling asleep at the wheel on our way home from KFC.

Yet tryptophan may not be wholly innocuous. During the 1980s L-tryptophan was dispensed over the counter as a popular dietary supplement which buyers used for insomnia, appetite control, depression, premenstrual syndrome, stress reduction and other problems. But in 1989 the FDA recalled these supplements and urged the public to stop taking them immediately after they established a link between dietary supplements containing L-tryptophan and that year's mysterious outbreak of eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome (a painful blood disorder which can cause high fever, rash, weakness and shortness of breath, among other symptoms) in the United States. The EMS epidemic ultimately struck more than 1,500 people, killing at least 37.

The true culprit in that outbreak was never pinned down. At one point the disease appeared to be spurred only by the L-tryptophan supplements made by one particular company, leading to an "impurities gained during the manufacturing process" hypothesis. Yet this theory, though promising, did not adequately explain all instances of the disease. As to where things now stand, according to the FDA:

Based on the scientific evidence that is available at the present time, we cannot determine with certainty that the occurrence of EMS in susceptible persons consuming L-tryptophan supplements derives from the content of L-tryptophan, an impurity contained in the L-tryptophan, or a combination of the two in association with other, as yet unknown, external factors.

The FDA does not currently prohibit the marketing of L-tryptophan.

People still feeling anxious about the prospect of tearing into a drumstick should consider that those who took the dietary supplement were, on average, ingesting 1,000 to 2,000 milligrams of L-tryptophan daily. Four ounces of turkey contain only about 350 milligrams of tryptophan, and (unlike people on dietary supplements, who take them every day) most folks don't ingest that much turkey every day of the week.


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: kb73]
    #2139043 - 11/27/03 12:34 AM (14 years, 19 hours ago)

Wow, very informative. I wish I'd read that before eating all those greasy yellow post-it notes.


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: Panoramix]
    #2139241 - 11/27/03 02:02 AM (14 years, 17 hours ago)

you can get high from turkey but you have to smoke a whole 10 pounder....and they are a bitch to roll up in a joint.


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: kb73]
    #2139406 - 11/27/03 03:04 AM (14 years, 16 hours ago)

regardless of that article...turkey makes me tired as a motherfuck. I always crash after eating lots of it, and I rarely ever drink.


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: Shroomism]
    #2139770 - 11/27/03 08:50 AM (14 years, 10 hours ago)

Yeah, in spite of all evidence, turkey does get you high. God Bless the turkey on this turkey holocost day. Gobble gobble


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: eve69]
    #2140291 - 11/27/03 02:41 PM (14 years, 4 hours ago)

That turkey information is real far from what I would call a scientific journal. Most of their info comes from newspaper editorials. I think years of turkey eating is a better teacher then an internet article.... turkey makes ya sleepy.


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Re: Trip Off Turkey? [Re: kb73]
    #2140448 - 11/27/03 04:47 PM (14 years, 2 hours ago)

I was always under the impression you get sleepy just because of  all the good food you stuff yourself with :laugh:



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