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This month, Auntie considers whether it is safe to travel with controlled substances, whether microdosing can help improve athletic performance, and whether different strains of magic mushrooms have different effects.
This month, Auntie offers advice on how to talk with a teenage relative about psychedelics, thoughts about mixing psychedelics with cocaine, and considers how psychedelics interact with SSRIs and MAOIs.
This month Auntie considers how to confirm the strength of LSD, the difference between taking nitrous oxide from a tank as opposed to a whippet, and guidelines for mixing ketamine and alcohol.
This week Auntie considers how to approach new research drugs such as “Unicorn,” whether it is beneficial to take supplements like cacao or blue lotus with mushrooms, and offers some thoughts about how to use psychedelics recreationally with friends.
This week Auntie considers the challenges of understanding possible contraindications between psychedelics and prescribed medications, why all high dose mushroom experiences are not the same, and how quickly stored LSD loses its potency.
This week Auntie offers thoughts on how to talk with a friend you are concerned about who likes to do fentanyl, broaching the topic of drug use with a parent, and if mushroom potency can be accurately tested.
This month Auntie helps research a form of iboga that you can allegedly microdose, answers whether drinking orange juice helps relieve challenging mushroom trips, and suggests what to consider when starting a microdosing regimen.
This week Auntie considers which substances increase your chances of heat stroke or dehydration, microdosing to get through family holidays, and doing psychedelics for the first time when your partner doesn’t want to join you.
This month Auntie considers how our relationship to psychedelics changes as we age, how experienced those “leading” psychedelic journeys should be, and whether color is an indication of bad, or good, acid.