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Can you please translate my CT results and indicate any potential diagnosis? Liver: heterogeneous enhancement with nutmeg pattern in the periphery of the liver, most pronounced in the caudal aspect of the right lobe". I had a good echo, good sleep study
NoT: Without a proper full consult and evaluation. Insufficient information. Additionally, this forum is not meant to substitute for such. ...Read more
This organ plays a major role in metabolism and has a number of functions in the body, including glycogen storage, decomposition of red blood cells, plasma protein synthesis, hormone production, and detoxification. It lies below the diaphragm in the abdominal-pelvic region of the abdomen. It produces bile, an alkaline compound which aids in digestion via the emulsification of ...Read more
Yes: There are some alkaloids in nutmeg that make you goofy in huge doses. Is that really what you want? ...Read more
My friend ate a huge amount of nutmeg to get high. I think about 3 bottles each 8 oz, he weighs 225. I heard you can od on to much. Will he be okay?
Could be a toxic amt: He should get to an er. That much could be toxic. ...Read more
Myristicin: Nutmeg is from a plant species called myrista, of which there are many kinds. It contains hundreds of chemicals, and nobody is absolutely sure which ones in which combination causes the hallucinogenic properties, but myristicin is the leading contender. It can cause atropine-like effects similar to aminita mushrooms and belladonna, with hallucinations, seizures and cardiac problems in high doses. ...Read more
Not a good idea: Anything that alters mental functioning can be dangerous for type 1 diabetics, as it may interfere with their ability to check their blood glucose levels, take their medication, and remember to do these things at the proper time. It may interfere with recognizing the symptoms of low blood sugar, which can be devastating especially in type 1 diabetics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Active component: I happen to have a rare mature nutmeg tree and have felt curious about this product. It was a coveted spice in the past, and widely used as such. However, toxic or psychedelic effects, raw or in tea are related to its active component, a hallucinogenic substance called Myristicine. I appears that the answer to your question is that that is dose related. By and large tea must be less concentrated. ...Read more
Is it unhealthy for me to get high on nutmeg as a method of coping with my mental illnesses? (i can't afford any type of hospital treatment)
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