Thursday, July 15, 2021

Toad Smokin' Thursday

A child of the 60's, I've heard of toad licking, but toad smoking? Euw! Da Mail, Christina Haack claims psychedelic experience smoking TOAD venom 'reset' her brain before meeting her new boyfriend… as she enjoys romantic bikini break in Tulum

Christina Haack has revealed how her experience getting high off a psychedelic toad helped her 'reset' her brain before meeting new boyfriend Joshua Hall.

The Flip Or Flop star, 37, opened up about her experience along with a sweet shot from her vacation to Mexico with Hall, telling her 1.6million followers: 'I met Josh when I wasn't in a state of fear or fight-or-flight.'

And it definitely seemed like the mother-of-three had a new perspective on life as she adventured around a natural swimming hole in Tulum with her new love on Thursday.

During the swimming trip the HGTV favorite slipped her fit figure into a pink swimsuit which put her flat abs and long legs in the spotlight.

She and Hall, a realtor, couldn't hide their love as they held each other while wading in the cool waters.

Ever the risk-taker, Haack was seen taking a dive from a rocky cliff high above the pond. And later they were seen putting on life-vests for another aquatic adventure.

After spending the afternoon swimming, the couple sat on a nearby bench and cuddled close.

Christina, who called it quits with second husband Ant Anstead last fall, opened up about the couple's unbelievable connection while sharing an snapshot of the lovers during their vacation.

In her caption she wrote about her non-traditional approach to self-healing, telling fans: 'I met Josh when I wasn't in a state of fear or fight-or-flight.'

Her journey included taking 'time off social,' and hiring a 'spiritual coach,' as well as smoking a psychedelic substance drawn from 'Bufo toad,' which she said 'basically reset my brain and kicked out years of anxiety in 15 mins.'

'Bufo toad,' commonly known as Colorado river toad or the Sonoran desert toad, secretes a powerful venom which can be harvested and smoked to achieve a high.

The effects include a 'warm sensation, euphoria, and strong visual and auditory hallucinations,' that are said to be similar to the effects of ayahuasca, a brew used in South American spiritual practice.

Finding herself in a brand new headspace, Haack was ready for love again, writing: 'When we met this past spring, the synchronicities hit us so hard and fast they were impossible to ignore.' 

I kinda think toad smoking didn't help her judgement much.

The wombat has Rule 5 Sunday: Rumiko Manbagi up at The Other McCain on time and under budget.

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