Artifact from the secret cabinets of Catherine the Great. Commissioned by her lover Grigory Orlov.
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A comic about why witches are stereotyped as riding broom:
Apparently once upon a time there was an ointment one could rub on a broom - that was most popular amongst herbalists (such as many witches) - that was a hallucinogenic. One would ride the broom for masturbating purposes and the ointment would be absorbed through the mucus membrane of the vagina and give the rider a sensation of flying.
Now you will never look at Quidditch the same way again.
How about that.
Yes! Thanks to the hallucinatory alkaloids of the nightshade family most likely acquired through the mandrake, belladonna, and henbane plants. They all contain molecules of scopolamine and atropine, which can produce distorted vision, euphoria, hysteria, out of body experiences, and sensations of falling or flying. via Napolean’s Buttons: 17 Molecules That Changed History by Le Couteur and Burreson
From Anal Canal by Filobedo