Category: Natural Psychedelics

The natural world is full of psychedelic and other psychoactive substances.
In fact, most synthetic psychedelics are derived or inspired by naturally-occurring substances.
Many of the natural psychedelics are considered entheogens — which is a psychedelic used for the purpose of sacrament, religion, or spiritual growth and development.
Some common natural psychedelics include ayahuasca, the Colorado river toad, magic mushrooms, San Pedro or peyote (mescaline), morning glory seeds (LSA), or marijuana.

The more often you take magic mushrooms, the weaker the effects become. This is because of a concept called tolerance.

If magic mushrooms aren't stored properly, they become susceptible to mold, bacteria, & loss of the active ingredients. Learn how to store your shrooms properly.

DMT is surprisingly common in nature. It’s found in various plants, animals, and even a few species of sea sponges. Here are 18 plants that contain DMT.

5-Bromo-DMT (5-bromo-N,N-dimethyltryptamine) is commonly referred to as SpongeBob DMT due to its presence in several species of sea sponge.

Changa is a combination of an MAO inhibitor & DMT. Sometimes referred to as smokable DMT, changa is a profound, but short-lived psychedelic.

Ibogaine & its source plant, iboga, are powerful psychedelics with well-established anti-addictive effects — but it's not without its risk.

Kanna is a medicinal herb from South Africa with antidepressant qualities. It’s used alongside other psychoactive herbs to reduce some of the side effects.

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.

LSA stands for lysergic acid amide — it's the active psychedelic compounds in the morning glory vine & Hawaiian baby woodrose seeds.

Cannabis sativa has a long list of health benefits.

The psychoactive form, marijuana, is a popular visionary plant species for growth & integration.