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Common evening primrose, “oenothera biennis” [Wikipedia]
“Since you’ve pushed so much oxygen into your body during the first part, you can hold your breath for an unusually long time.” I liked this introduction, from Joseph Dana, to the Wim Hof breath-holding technique (with instruction video). “You begin to feel tingly and almost light.”
Recommended: This Wired story about “Mostly Harmless,” a mysterious unidentified hiker who died in 2018.