Squidfase said 7 years, 9 months ago:

Are you addicted to the effects of hallucinogens?
Do you know anyone who is addicted?
How do they effect your life, or your mind?

Subject Zero said 7 years, 7 months ago:

I may be addicted to the effect of hallucinogens. I like how they make me feel. They make me feel better and also adventurous. They let me explore places in my imagination I had no idea that existed. It awesome and kinda scary too. I don’t do hard stuff like cocaine and other typical drugs. Mostly “natural” stuff and not everyday as it may lose the power. But it’s nice. Peyote is by far my favorite.




Have you ever tried it?

(: said 7 years, 7 months ago:

naa but u cany physically get adictted, respect the psycadelics though it can show you something unheard of

Deleted User said 7 years, 7 months ago:

First of all, these are psychedelics, not hallucinogens. At least I prefer this term because the effects of psychedelics go beyond just creating hallucinations, it’s more complex than this. Second, psychedelics isn’t something many people want to experience too often, definitely not often enough to effect the dopamine production and thus develop a real psychological dependency. There is a strict line between liking something a lot and being trulydependant. The effects of psychedelic drugs are very personal and unpredictable, it’s simply not something many people want to even experience more then once, so the chance of being addicted to be fucked up on acid all day is pretty slim.

Deleted User said 7 years, 7 months ago:

Ok, I see now what’s going on.
You actually created a doppelganger group.
There is already a group on Blah called Addictions (//blahtherapy.com/user-groups/addictions/forum/), you may want to address your questions there, as it has far more people, many of whom had first hand experience with addictions.

If you want to discuss the effects of psychedelics, dissociatives and such, you should try the High Society, Cloud 9 and also this //blahtherapy.com/user-groups/ayahuascapeyotelsddmtetc-life-changing-experiences/forum/

Deleted User said 7 years, 7 months ago:

Yep I agree with @mr-tambourine-man . ‘Hallucinogens’ are a label given by scientists and so on to belittle and discredit these natural substances. If one is to become ‘addicted’ then that is their own state of mind feeling dependent on things.

The Giggle Blizzard said 7 years, 7 months ago:

I refuse to believe that there is anybody (note that there will aaaalways be exceptions) who feels an addictive craving to do shrooms. Do it once and you’d understand.

Deleted User said 7 years, 7 months ago:

Being addicted to a powerful psychedelic like psylocibin would’ve meant spending 6 to 12 hours a day in another reality. I don’t think anyone has psyche strong enough to take such mind alterations.

Ruth6810 said 7 years, 2 months ago:

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Squidfase said 6 years, 11 months ago:

I love the negative relations. I admit I couldn’t find the sort of addiction group I was looking for when I created this group, but it serves a purpose none the less.

And I want to debunk the illusion that people don’t get ‘addicted’ to psychedelics. It may not be a physical addiction, but for those who suffer from BPD and all the roots under that general term, it serves as a self medicating upper. Some of us did/do prefer to live in a different realm, while existing in reality. Though some of these drugs can physically take a tole on your body after long term use.
And though it is rare that you would meet someone like this, it does happen.