Frequently asked questions:
What are psychedelics?
Synonymously used with the terms 'hallucinogens' and 'entheogens', psychedelics any psychoactive substance with the ability to alter mood, perception and cognition. They have the uncanny ability to bring forward unconscious thoughts and emotions.
The most common psychedelic substances include: Psilocybin, LSD, MDMA, DMT, Ayahuasca and Mescaline. Other substances are commonly mentioned in the psychedelic realm, such as Ketamine and Cannabis. Though these substances, do have psychoactive effect, they work through different mechanisms to generative a dissociative effect rather than a psychedelic effect, but have still been shown to be powerful healing tools.