A rare event surprised a city in the state Argentine currentsWhen a naked woman was seen running down the street and throwing herself into the Parana River.
Neighbors looked at her incredibly. The usual tranquility of the city of Ituzaingó in Mesopotamia was interrupted by a woman who ran naked on the street and jumped into the Parana River.It had to be Rescued by the police And realized that he had consumed Hallucinogenic mushroom Known as cucumelos.
The young woman was recorded running undressed, noticed the presence of police, and went to the beach sector. I went down the canyon and jumped into the waterAs reported by LT7Noticias.
The woman consumed hallucinogenic mushrooms and shook the tranquility of the streets of Ituzaingó, Corrientes.
The scene of a woman running naked was recorded on the witness’s phone.Local police had to intervene To save women It was thrown into the river.
The police officer managed to help her and rescue her Group of fishermen..A few minutes later, the woman was in an ambulance Billinghurst HospitalHe was under surveillance.
Police officials reported that the woman was completely gone.
From the health center, they Good healthAnd that she herself recognized it during medical care I was hallucinogenic To eat mushrooms. One of the agents who rescued her slipped, saying she might have been drowning if she didn’t act immediately because her woman was completely “lost.”
Effects of hallucinogenic mushrooms
Cucumelo-as known in Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay- Psychotropic drug Psilocybin, psilocin, baeocystin, etc. bring about psychological changes in those who consume them.
according to Global Biodiversity Information OrganizationIn psychopathology such as schizophrenia, the effects of Kukumero can be dangerous and are contraindicated for people with a family history. Schizophrenia or psychosis.
Magic mushrooms are banned in most countries around the world.
Etymologically, this word comes from the Latin word cucumellum. “Small cauldron”..It is a fungus that is considered international and its spores germinate mainly in the manure of ruminants in sunny places. rainy season.
The combination of fertilizer fermentation and decomposition, rain and high temperatures causes spores to germinate and mycelium (filaments that form the vegetative part) to grow, which produces fungi. Kukumero is illegal in most countries of the world.