Info and experience reports on various LEGAL and natural psychoactive plants and plant based drugs that are considered the real deal and used by many to alter their state of mind.
Includes the effects of each plant, legal information, user experience reports, web links for further reading, drug testing info, and where they can be purchased legally online.
Total of 11 legal or semi legal plant based drugs. While this isn't a huge number of plants/substances this app was inspired by the website erowid.com but instead of including thousands of extra irrelevant and barely-active substances it includes plants considered to be the real deal that are relatively easy to legally find and obtain. Great anyone interested in reading about some of the most potent psychoactive plants and natural entheogens.
A sample of what is included:
- Plants Containing LSA (an LSD Like substance)
- Cactus containing Mescaline (San pedro cactus, 100% legal - unlike peyote)
- Amanita Mushrooms
- Kratom (a plant with opiate like effects)
- Plants Containing DMT and 5-MEO DMT (Potent psychedelics)
- Salvia Divinorum (Intense psychedelic plant, legal in most US States)
And many more...
Also explains the legal concerns surrounding of these plants. For example, it is completely legal to purchase and grow san pedro cactus but not legal to boil down the cactus to extract the mescaline it contains.
- Psychoactive Chat room.
- Submit your own experiences to share with other readers.
The creator of this app does not condone drug use of any kind. This app is only for people interested in reading about these substances and their effects; it is not meant to encourage drug use. None of the information provided is guaranteed to be accurate. You must be at least 18 years of age to use this app. The creator of this app is not responsible for your actions.
A psychoactive drug, psychopharmaceutical, or psychotropic is a chemical substance that crosses the blood–brain barrier and acts primarily upon the central nervous system where it affects brain function, resulting in alterations in perception, mood, consciousness, cognition, and behavior. These substances may be used recreationally, to purposefully alter one's consciousness, or as entheogens, for ritual, spiritual, and/or shamanic purposes, as a tool for studying or augmenting the mind. Many psychoactive drugs have therapeutic utility, e.g., as anesthetics, analgesics, or for the treatment of psychiatric disorders.
Psychoactive substances often bring about subjective changes in consciousness and mood that the user may find pleasant (e.g. euphoria) or advantageous (e.g. increased alertness) and are thus reinforcing. Thus, many psychoactive substances are abused, that is, used excessively, despite health risks or negative consequences. With sustained use of some substances, psychological and physical dependence ("addiction") may develop, making the cycle of abuse even more difficult to interrupt. Drug rehabilitation aims to break this cycle of dependency, through a combination of psychotherapy, support groups, maintenance and even other psychoactive substances. However, the reverse is also true in some cases, that certain experiences on drugs may be so unfriendly and uncomforting that the user may never want to try the substance again. This is especially true of the deliriants (e.g. Jimson weed) and powerful dissociatives (e.g. Salvia divinorum). Most purely psychedelic drugs are considered to be non-addictive (e.g. LSD, psilocybin, mescaline). "Psychedelic amphetamines" or empathogen-entactogens (such as MDA and MDMA) may produce an additional stimulant and/or euphoriant effect, and thus have an addiction potential.