7 Psychoactive Drugs
7 Psychoactive Drugs You Can Grow at Home
These ten plant (well, nine plants and one fungus, to be technical) can be grown in your home, backyard, or greenhouse, and all of them can get you high. Some are so hardy they’ll grow on your lawn whether you like it or not, and some require real horticultural skills and years of commitment.
In terms of legality, they run the gamut from “completely fine” to “you will go to jail,” depending on the plant, where you live, and what your intentions are, so consider this all informational, and don’t do actually do anything you read about on the internet, ever.
It doesn’t take a lot of care or specialized knowledge to cultivate, and it’s probably either legal in your state or it’s “illegal,”
Chewing or smoking the leaves of Salvia divinorum, aka “sage of the diviners,” produces a short, intense psychedelic experience that some people like but a lot of people hate.
It’s amazing that one of the most “serious” drugs—heroin—comes from innocent poppy flowers. Cultivating your own supply of opium/heroin presents serious legal and logistical problems, but growing the actual plants is easy.
The great thing about growing things to get high is that almost anything you grow can get you high if you really want it to. Even the lowly dandelion.
The seeds of the some kinds of morning glory plants contain ergot alkaloids, a substance chemically similar to LSD. Unlike LSD, morning glories can be grown in your garden legally.
Growing your own kava is a challenge for a home horticulturalist. The plants require very specific conditions to thrive. Outdoors, you need nutrient rich soil located at around 500 to 1000 feet above sea level in a tropical area.
You shouldn’t; it’s poison. Ingesting Jimson weed can cause convulsions and death, but if you survive, you’ll hallucinate.
where you live, and what your intentions are, so consider this all informational, and don’t do actually do anything you read about on the internet, ever.