There are some people who are draining their energy to fight for the legalization of marijuana, which is indeed prohibited because it can be intoxicating, in some countries. However, you know, that cannabis is not the only plant that can make a person get the hallucinatory effect when consuming it? Apart from that, try the ayawasca retreat center if you want to experience a unique hallucination for treating your depression or addiction.
However, there are still some other plants that contain similar substances that cannabis have, or other substances that can provide hallucinatory effects. Some of them are legal to own and consume.
What are they? Let’s look at the following page.
1. Dream Herb Also referred to as Calea Zacatechichi is a plant from Mexico which reportedly makes people who consume it more detailed in remembering dreams and more often dreaming.
Dream Herb is a stimulant that can speed up reactions. For treatment, this plant can reduce fever. Chontal people destroy their dried leaves to drink like tea. This plant is legal to own and sell. However, some countries have banned residents from consuming Dream Herb.
Also referred to as banisteriopsis caapi is a wine from South America that is often consumed by indigenous Amazonians. Ayahuasca contains MAOI, a powerful anti-depressant, which can only be taken with a prescription for those suffering from acute depression. Usually, these plants are brewed and drunk to optimize their psychedelic properties. In Peru, Ayahuasca is used in religious sacraments. In the United States, this vine is legal. However, drinks, or variations of extracted DMI compounds, are all illegal.
Is a perennial herb made with the basic ingredients of pale yellow flowers? When in full bloom, these flowers can be dried and consumed as a pain reliever. While wormwood oil can be used as a heart stimulant. But what needs to be considered, now wormwood is known to be a poisonous plant that should not be consumed in excess. Illegal, wormwood is often mixed with marijuana to give a higher ‘flying’ effect.