There are thousands upon thousands of plant and mushroom species on the planet. Yet only a handful of these contain molecules capable of altering our consciousness and inducing hallucinations. These lifeforms create dramatic shifts in perception, so much so that many cultures regard them as sacred.
How can you recognise an authentic shaman when you meet one? Here is some practical advice to ensure you find a healer with the right intentions.
Magic mushrooms, sacred cacti, LSD... No matter what substance you plan on taking, it's important to take several precautions before embarking on a psychedelic trip. Here's how you can prepare for a life-changing and enjoyable experience!
August 9th, 2019 Plants and Seeds
Hawaiian baby woodrose is one of many entheogenic plants that have been used throughout human history to produce mind-altering experiences. The active substance in the seeds is LSA, a close molecular cousin to LSD.
February 18th, 2019 Plants and Seeds
Often compared to cannabis, blue lotus presents a lot of therapeutic and recreational benefits, without most of the legal issues. If you're struggling to fall asleep, have stomach pain, or difficulty in the bedroom, we might have the solution for you!
October 19th, 2018 Plants and Seeds
If you’re one of those folks who needs a strong espresso to even get out of bed in the morning, natural energisers could be a much better alternative. Here are 7 natural energy boosters that invigorate both your body and your mind.
June 7th, 2018 Plants and Seeds
Tobacco is really bad for you. Aside from the health risks, it is said to increase the chances of marijuana addiction if you roll your joints with it. Luckily, we offer five healthier alternatives, so you can continue enjoying cannabis spliffs.
There are thousands of plants and animal species that in some way or another are capable of inducing altered states of consciousness. In this article, we explore 4 of the most intriguing natural psychedelics.
April 24th, 2018 Plants and Seeds
Mescaline has been used for centuries to generate profound psychedelic experiences. Enter, and discover how to make your own homemade mescaline tea.
The term "mad honey" may sound like a strange name for something that is generally thought to be really sweet; however, it is the intoxication caused by overconsumption of rhododendron honey that explains its title