A roti of fine white maida, leavened, rolled out oval in shape, sprinkled with nigella kalonji seeds and baked in a tandoor or ordinary oven. Small, mud plastered ovens closely resembling present-day tandoors' have been excavated at Kalibangan, and Indus Valley site. In about ADAmir Khusrau notes naan-e-tanuk light bread and naan-e-tanuri cooked in a tandoor oven at the imperial court in Delhi.
LSD[ edit ] Some of the strangest urban legends told are those about lysergic acid diethylamide LSDa potent psychedelic drug that gained popularity in several countries in the s and s, and experienced a brief resurgence in the mid to late s before An analysis oft the all recipes website from onward.
The drug's relation to the s counterculture was likely part of the reason for such legends.
Babysitter places baby in the oven while high on LSD[ edit ] Main article: The Baby-Roast This is an unverifiable drug-scare story dating to the s of a hippie babysitter girl putting a baby in the oven and a turkey in the bassinet.
It has been debunked  by Snopes. This myth is parodied in The Simpsons episode " The Secret War of Lisa Simpson ,"  in which the children go on a school field trip to a "scared straight" wax museum at the local police station.
One exhibit contains a wax dummy of a hippie woman eating a sandwich with a baby in it. Chief Wiggum says "That's right, she's got the munchies for a California Cheeseburger! However, there have been no known cases of microwaving or baking babies involving LSD specifically, or any other psychedelic drug including cannabis alone.
There are, however, many reported cases of psychotic violence under the influence of PCP see below. Bad LSD[ edit ] A " bad trip " is easily caused by an expectation or fear of ill effects, which may later be blamed on "bad acid.
The stronger the dose, the stronger and potentially more anxiety-provoking the trip can get. The idea of adulterating blotter LSD with these chemicals, however, has no known basis in fact.
Bananadine The false claim states that it is possible to synthesize LSD or some similar hallucinogenic drug called "bananadine" from banana peels or other common household foods and chemicals.
The actual synthesis of LSD usually requires advanced knowledge and experience in organic chemistry and requires both expensive laboratory equipment and expensive, carefully controlled precursor chemicals.
Originating from a recipe originally published as a hoax in the Berkeley Barb in March variants of this legend often circulate on the Internet and were popular on BBSs well before the widespread availability of Internet access through William Powell 's " The Anarchist Cookbook.
The slang terms "mellow yellow" and "saffron" for the color of the peels were borrowed from the Donovan song, " Mellow Yellow ," perhaps because the phrase "electrical banana" is mentioned in one of the lines. This legend frequently surfaces in American elementary and middle schools in the form of a flyer that has been photocopied through many generations, which is distributed to parents by concerned school officials.
It has also become popular on Internet mailing lists and websites. This legend states that a temporary lick-and-stick tattoo soaked in LSD and made in the form of a blue star, or of popular children's cartoon characters, is being distributed to children in the area in order to get them addicted to LSD.
The flyer lists an inaccurate description of the effects of LSD, some attribution typically to a well-regarded hospital or a vaguely specified "adviser to the president"and instructs parents to contact police if they come across the blue star tattoos.
No actual cases of LSD distribution to children in this manner have ever been documented. LSD is not addictive, and it is unlikely to be abused by an unwitting user. Therefore, there is no plausible motivation for a drug dealer to distribute LSD in this manner.
The same claim is often suggested with large doses, the difference being that the person is considered psychotic only for the duration of the trip.
An extension of this legend is that a person who does LSD more than "X number of times" is permanently disqualified from the military as a result of being "legally insane," a version which was likely inspired by wishful thinking of drug-using draft dodgers in the s. However, no such law exists, at least not in the United States.
The script described a shipment containing "one pound of LSD [tabs], enough to turn the entire population of Los Angeles into dangerous psychotics" on the premise that one dose made a person legally insane due to the recurrence of completely unpredictable flashbacks throughout the user's life after a single dose.
LSD causes genetic mutations[ edit ] Beginning instudies raised concerns that LSD might produce genetic damage  or developmental abnormalities in fetuses. However, these initial reports were based on in vitro studies or were poorly controlled and have not been substantiated.
In studies of chromosomal changes in human users and in monkeys, the balance of evidence suggests no increase in chromosomal damage. For example, white blood cells of people who had been given LSD in a clinical setting were examined for visible chromosomal abnormalities; overall, there appeared to be no lasting changes.
Interpretation of this data is generally complicated by factors such as the unknown chemical composition of street LSD, concurrent use of other psychoactive drugsand diseases such as hepatitis in the sampled populations. It seems possible that the small number of genetic abnormalities reported in users of street LSD is either coincidental or related to factors other than a toxic effect of pure LSD.
Man permanently thinks he is a glass of orange juice or thinks he becomes an orange [ edit ] Another common legend, again dating back to the s, was that a man who took LSD went insane and permanently thought that he was a glass of orange juice.
Because of this, he could never bend over, slept upright and did not make any sudden movements. Alternative versions sometimes have the man thinking he is a glass of milk or a whole orange. Another version of this myth states that the man believed he had become an orange, and was afraid he would be 'peeled' by his friends.Welcome to Legendary Dartmoor, the largest non-commercial Dartmoor website where you will find every aspect of Devon's jewel the Dartmoor National Park.
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