The Fly agaric is considered the premier shamanic tool among many of the world’s cultures from Siberian shamans to the various North American Native and Meso-American peoples, and pre-Christian European societies. It’s legal, easy to find and pairs magically well with cannabis.
Popular as a cannabis alternative, Mexican Wormwood (Artemisia mexicana) has a long history as a folk medicine and in ritual practices. Smoked, it produces a gentle stimulating effect followed by pleasant euphoria. Discover its cultivation and psychoactive qualities.
Tripping horses long puzzled scientists. Turns out, the seeds of Sleepy grass (Stipa robusta) grow a fungus that may contain the highest concentrations of lysergic acid amides—a close cousin of LSD—found in nature.
Native tribes have used peyote for thousands of years, and the shamanic ritual has spread to intrepid juggernauts seeking the visionary wisdom of the land. But did you know that more than 150 other species of cacti contain mescaline or similar shamanic compounds? Get ready to travel great distances with this backyard entheogen.
The Hawaiian Baby Woodrose (Argyreia nervosa) may hold the honour of containing the highest concentrations of lysergic acid amides found in nature. This LSD-like heavy hitter isn't a rose at all but is related to the morning glory family—well known by psychonauts for its hallucinogenic properties. Set yourself adrift on Nature's LSD trip!