A bear was found high. He is madly intoxicated with honey. what is that?
gather abc, Monday (29/8/2022), a stray brown bear cub. He was rescued in Turkey’s north-western Deuz province.
A video posted online shows a young female bear stumbling and crying in the back of a pickup. He was rescued from the forest.
Nuts honey or deli bells in Turkey are produced by bees of the Rhododendron type. It is known that honey has a hallucinogenic effect.
The bear was then taken to the vet, where he was treated. Officials said the bear is in good condition and will be released back into the wild in the next few days.
Turkey’s agriculture ministry then took to Twitter asking people to come up with the bear’s name.
Mad honey comes from the Black Sea region of Turkey and is produced in small quantities by beekeepers in the Kakar Mountains. Buying and selling is legal in most countries, and labeled high prices.
Small amounts may cause dizziness, a feeling of euphoria, and even hallucinations. Excessive consumption can lead to a dangerous drop in blood pressure, nausea, fainting, seizures, arrhythmias, and in rare cases, death.
The strange effects of mad honey have been documented for thousands of years. The Greek philosopher and military leader Xenophon described the effect of eating mad honey on soldiers during an expedition in 401 BC.
“The bees were outnumbered, and all the soldiers who ate the comb lost their minds, not a single one of them able to stand upright,” he wrote.