Rampaging Vikings were fuelled by hallucinogenic herbal tea that made them feel less pain

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Elite Viking fighters, known as berserkers who went into battle without traditional armour, entered into a state of animalistic frenzy before fighting. It is believed a herbal tea caused their 'frenzies'.
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