Psilocybin-containing mushrooms are one of the most well-known psychedelics in the world with over 200 different species recorded.
First synthesized by Albert Hoffman in 1938, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD) is one of the most potent of the classic psychedelics.
Considered to be one of the rarest known psychedelics, Ayahuasca has been used by the Indigenous peoples of the Amazon Rainforest for thousands of years.
Cannabis, the most widely-used of the psychedelics. Surpised to see this on the list? Tap below to learn why it's included.
Used by the Indigenous peoples of the Americas, Peyote is now an endangered organism.
San Pedro (and other) cactus contain psychedelic compounds that have been celebrated by first people in the America's.
Salvia divinorum, once widely available over the counter in the United States, it is native to Central America.
Native to Polynesia, Kava Kava has been ceromoniously used by the Indigenous peoples for thousands of years.
Iboga, the plant source of Ibogaine, is native to Africa. Ibogaine has an extended history of documented use and has recently shown promising results for the treatment of addiction.
Native to Siberia, Amanita muscaria is one of the most recognizable mushroom species and some theorists believe that these mushrooms inspired modern religions and traditions (like Christianity and Christmas)
Crystalline Dimethyl Tryptamine AKA Business Man's Special: Pure DMT crystals can be smoked for an intense, out-of-this-world experience. Tap the button below to find out more!
MDMA is considered a psychedelic by some people, but technically does not fall under the list of entheogens. Tap the button below to learn more about MDMA and, similar, "designer drugs".
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