Bees that feed on one particular flower don't only produce delicious honey; they also produce hallucinogenic honey that makes people trip out.
This hallucinogenic "mad honey," as it's called, is produced in Turkey near the Black Sea. It comes from honeybees that feast upon rhododendron flowers, a toxic plant known for being highly lethal. In ancient times, contact with this plant could knock out an entire army. And, when bees drink from it, they pass its intoxicating side effects on into their honey.
Don't get too excited – the toxins produced by the plant aren't anything to mess with. And, while you might get high from this honey, the other effects aren't so sweet.