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Ayahuasca is a South American hallucinogenic drink. The color is brown/red and the taste is very bitter. A nickname is 'la purga' because the user often vomits during the trip and sometimes suffers from diarrhea. Some see the Purga as a spiritual and physical cleansing. Ayahuasca means liana of the soul, other names are yagé, hoasca or caapi. Indigenous peoples from the Amazon have been using this drink in magical-religious rituals for centuries. They see the drink as the main medicine of the jungle.
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LSA (Lysergic Acid Amide) is a psychedelic substance that occurs naturally in many plants. It has about 1/10 to 1/30 of the strength of LSD. There are similarities to LSD, but generally, it´s much less stimulating and can be sedating in higher doses. The most common plants in which it is found are morning glory (Ipomoea violacea), which seeds are edible, and Hawaiian baby woodrose seeds. Like many other psychoactives these plants have a spiritual and religious history of use in South American Indian tribes. Therefore these seeds have first penetrated as a somewhat obscure entheogen into the Western world.
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Kratom is a spice made from the leaves of a Thai tree. In Thailand it has been in use for some time due to its medicinal function. Since a few years it has been popular in the west, mainly due to its narcotic effect. Kratom has a strong effect on your mood and energy. It gives a feeling of happiness and power and will incite activity. On a low dose, it is euphoric and stimulating however, on high dose it has a calming effect. Over 25 different alkaloid have been found in kratom leaves, of which mitragynine is probably the most important. Mitragynine is related to substances in psychedelic drugs. Kratom, however, does not have a psychedelic effect. It has the narcotic use of opium and, like other opiates, has a sexual lust enhancing effect.
In recent times, the truffle, as hallucinogenic stimulant, had a huge popularity boom. What popularly truffle is called, is actually a sclerotium. Sclerotium is a combination of mycelial strands (hyphae). These wires are underground. By a drop in temperature and moisture increase (dew) creates a perfect environment from which a mushroom can grow. If the climate is not ideal than the mycelial forms a sclerotium, the truffle. This truffle is formed in order to save nutrients and serves as a buffer so that from this, when the climate is ideal, a mushroom can develop. This truffle is underground and has the active substances psilocybin and psilocin. Psilocybin is converted to psilocin in the body. Psilocin is a hallucinogenic substance that affects the serotonin metabolism in the brains. Serotonin is a substance in the brains that receives signals about self-confidence, sleep, emotion, sexual activity and appetite. Psilocin, a classified entheogenic alkaloid, creates a 'magical' effect on the serotonin metabolism. This creates the well-known hallucinogenic trip. There are different types of trip experiences. The kind of trip depends upon the type of truffle that you take. The amount determines the duration and intensity of the trip.
Usually, DMT (which is found in, among others, Mimosa hostilis, Psychotria viridis and Phalaris arundinacea) has no effect when taken orally. This is because it is broken down by monoamine oxidase (MAO). MAO is an important enzyme that breaks down certain chemical substances in the body, like drugs and poisons.
MAO inhibitors inhibit the function of the MAO enzyme, which halts the breakdown of chemical substances like DMT. This renders DMT effective upon oral consumption. The combination of a plant that contains DMT and an MAO inhibitor is known as ayahuasca (or yage).
MAO inhibitors should be consumed with great care and caution, as they can render innocent foods poisonous. The consequences can range from headaches and nausea to loss of consciousness and even death. In shaman traditions MAO inhibitors are mainly used after at least one day of fasting. It is advisable to follow this tradition.
Mescaline is a naturally occurring psychedelic substance found in several cactus species, most notably, Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) and San Pedro (Trichocereus pachanoi). Several other types of trichocereus family also contain mescaline. Mescaline belongs to a family of compounds known as phenethylamines, making it quite distinct from the other major psychedelic: the ‘indoles’ class. LSD, psilocybin, harmaline and DMT are all indoles. Many synthetic 'designer' drugs such as ecstasy and 2C-B are phenethylamines, and are related to the molecular structure of mescaline. Complementing mescaline, the abovementioned cacti contain numerous related active ingredients, causing experiences that are qualitatively different from those of pure mescaline. The experience produced by, for example, Peyote is therefore quite different than that of the cacti trichocereus kind.
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Salvia is an herb with an incomparable psychedelic effect. You need to get used to this extract of the Salvia Divinorum, the only sage plant with hallucinatory effects. But it will pay off. The powerful functioning promises an intense and overwhelming effect. Depending on the way you use it, it is advisory to have a sober friend nearby.
Salvia Divinoryum means “Seer’s Sage” or “Sage of the Seers”. This powerful herb was used in religious and healing rituals of the Mazatec shamans. It is a visionary product which chief active psychoactive constituent is called salvinorin A and is non-comparable to other hallucinating products. It is extremely powerful in pure form and therefore forbidden in several countries. The products offered here are safe and non-addictive.