Squash is popular this season, but be careful not to use too much. Eating 4.4 grams (2 teaspoons) of this spice can cause yawning poisoning. This spice contains a natural compound called myristicin, which has a hallucinogenic effect in many doses, such as psyllium pills. The use of this drug as a drug among adolescents and prisoners is common. But although access to this spice is legal and easy, there are also many unpleasant aspects.