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What are Hallucinating Herbs?

Hallucinogens Definition

Hallucinogens are a class of drugs that cause profound distortions in a person's perceptions of reality, otherwise known as hallucinations. While under the influence of hallucinogens, a person might see images, hear sounds, or feel sensations that seem to be real but aren't.

How Hallucinogens Work

Classic hallucinogens disrupt communication between chemicals in the brain. One of these chemicals is serotonin, which affects mood, sleep, hunger, body temperature, sensory perception, sexual behavior, and intestinal control.




Kanna is the colloquial name for Sceletium tortuosum, an indigenous medicinal succulent plant from South Africa. It's also known as kougoed and channa, which translates to "something to chew" or "is chewable."


 Kratom is a tropical tree native to Southeast Asia. Consumption of its leaves produces both stimulant effects (in low doses) and sedative effects (in high doses), and can lead to psychotic symptoms, and psychological and physiological dependence.

Having "bad trips" ?

Making "bad trips" good

Almost all participants had frightening experiences when using psychedelics and many described these as bad trips. The key feature of a bad trip was a feeling of losing oneself or going crazy, or ego dissolution. Most users said that these experiences could be avoided by following certain rules, based on tacit knowledge in the subcultures of users. 

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Interesting Facts About Psychedelics

What is LSD?

LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), first synthesized in 1938, is an extremely potent hallucinogen. Hallucinations are when you see, hear, feel, taste, or smell something that seems real but is not. It is commonly called Acid.

Uses & Effectiveness  of Kratom?

Kratom has pain-relieving effects like opioid drugs. It also has many of the same serious safety concerns as other opioids.

What does DMT feel like?

As with most drugs, DMT can affect people in very different ways. Some truly enjoy the experience.

What does Magic mushroom look like?

Many poisonous mushrooms look very similar to ‘magic mushrooms’ and it’s easy for pickers to mistake them. People have fallen severely ill or even died from eating a poisonous mushroom.