Citation: Alkaloidaholic. "Mulberry Experiment: An Experience with Unripe White Mulberry (exp14084)". Erowid.org. May 1, 2002. erowid.org/exp/14084
There have been many claims that the unripe berries and green shoots are hallucinogenic. I consumed 30 unripe mulberries with very little psychoactive effects. There was an edgy, speedy, irritated feeling. Also I felt minor stomach discomfort. I am uncertain what the chemical make up of this plant is and why only unripe berries are hallucinogenic. Possibly when the berry ripens the hallucinogenic chemicals metabolise into a non-psychoactive substance. It may also simply be a myth.
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