Ever get high on betlenut??

Yes, you can get igh from betelnut!!

Betel nut is widely regarded as the world’s fourth most-used stimulant after caffeine, alcohot and tobacco.

In small doses, it creates a sense of euphoria and alertness. Prolonged use can create addiction and the World Health Organisation classifies the betel nut as a carcinogen. Some studies show that the nut’s active ingredient ingredient, arecoline, acts on the same receptor proteins in the brain as nicotine.

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Use of betel nut alone is a threat to health, and its combination with tobacco greatly increases an individual’s risk of premature illness and death.


  1. Papke, Roger L., Nicole A. Horenstein, and Clare Stokes. “Nicotinic activity of arecoline, the psychoactive element of” Betel Nuts”, suggests a basis for habitual use and anti-inflammatory activity.” PLoS One 10.10 (2015): e0140907.

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