Getting High Injecting Snake Venom

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We met with a guy who's been injecting himself with snake venom for 20 years and he looks better than ever.
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The hemotoxins which attack human blood cells in a tree viper's venom can result in an agonising death in less than 30 minutes. The neurotoxins in a cobra bite can kill a person in half that time. for the past 20 years Steve Ludwin has been sticking all this lovely deadly snake juice in a syringe and mainlining it all the way to immortality. Privately milking an array of deadly snakes including rattlesnakes, monocled cobras, and a few casual vipers thrown in to the mix, Steve has been injecting what would for any normal human be fatal amounts venom into his body since the late 80s.

The basic principle - laid out by pioneer herpetologist, Bill Haast, who died last year at the age of 100 - is that regular exposure to the venom results in the body developing an immunity. Steve claims to not only never get ill, but that cobra venom is the ultimate pick me up, with effects lasting a days after injecting, making Steve stronger, faster and more resilient. Finally it looks like mainstream scientific research might be catching up.



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Injecting yourself with cobra venom to improve your skateboard skills is the most edgelord thing I've ever heard

Author — Roger Taylor's Alfa Romeo

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Love how this man compares sticking venom in his body to a spicy chicken challenge

Author — tahym h

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Makes me feel a little bit more normal about being a recovering heroin addict

Author — Matt Davison

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Teenager trapped in a 43 year old body: how can I skateboard faster? Inject cobra I am the cobra!!!! *skateboards in S shapes*

Author — TheHorizonTries

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We’re all gonna feel like dumbasses when he lives to 124

Author — Jake Erickson

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He’s 46? I thought he was like 25 or something

Author — Taylor Templeton

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*just chilling in the gym*

Random dude: aye are you injecting steroids

This guy: nah man just snake venom

Author — Lucae Kijiji

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This is so cool. I’ve basically been doing the same thing for 12 years except with drugs instead of snake venom.

Author — Blind Joe

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Watching this at 5 in the morning when you have coronavirus is a really a life changing experience

Author — Tommy Reynolds

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The reason why this dude looks so young is bcos he shed his old skin like 5 times a year.

Author — Neil Sangte

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For people talking about him shaking, he posted this on reddit.

"The shaking in the video I've had a lot of questions about, but in reality it was just that I was nervous. It was early in the morning, we had to have paramedics present and an ambulance team outside, in case anything went wrong, and I had two camera guys in the room with me... Oh and a big light so the room was lit up. None of which I'm used to when I'm doing this on my own!"

Author — Thomas A

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I’m so high I can’t tell if he has an accent or not

Author — WalkerBrosFilms

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He might be wierd or crazy to us, but he is living his dream. I dont judge him, as he said he would like to be an experiment to help other people with his antibodies from venom. Good lad.

Author — bulevartz

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Where is this dude now?

Edit: He's still freaking kicking.

Author — Mattrix Gaming

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The title is misleading. He doesn't get high nor try to get high.

Author — Doug Cote

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Each to their own! He’s not bothering anyone leave him to it lol! Does anyone know what he’s up to now?

Author — Harris King

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Yikes! That hole in his leg that he cured himself was rough. And while his practices are a little strange, he seems to have things under control. More power to him.

Author — M4YT3 B33

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This man knows no fear wether he lives 100 years longer or 30 minutes

Author — Bân Creed

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Bro just smoke weed and take shrooms like the rest of us

Author — Lexie Tibbs

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"Not slytherin, not slytherin, not slytherin."

Author — Justin Deavitt