Category: Deliriants

A deliriant is a substance that produces visions and hallucinations that are untethered from reality. They induce a state of delirium (a state where someone has lost touch with reality).

The user is often unaware that they are having a hallucination at all — often engaging in conversation with a person that isn’t actually there.

Deliriants rarely produce an enjoyable experience. They’re often accompanied by visions of demons or other scary and threatening entities.

Nutmeg has a storied history of abuse despite the potential for terrible consequences. Let’s dive into its history and the risks and benefits of using it.

Amanita mushroom, AKA the fly agaric, is both hallucinogenic and poisonous. It's used in small doses to induce vivid and intense dreams. Amanita muscaria is legal in North America.

Mandrake is a real plant. It's toxic in higher doses and powerfully deliriant in lower doses. Learn about the strange world of the mandrake root.

Datura is a genus of hallucinogenic plants in the nightshade family. The hallucinations from this plant are often extreme & nightmarish.