Psychology

Is there a way to stop a mushroom trip once it’s started?

“How can I cancel a mushroom high?” they asked. “I just want it to be done now. Not having a good time at all.” …kind reminder about shrooms should narrate everybody’s trips: “Remember, friend, they are not your enemy, they are your friend.”

[Some] people… suggesting that there’s certain “trip-killer medications” that can bring you back to Earth. Those mentioned include alcohol, cigarettes, zopiclone (a sleeping pill), diazepam (anxiety medication), mirtazapine (an antidepressant) and quetiapine (an antipsychotic). Others blanketly recommended any type of benzo. However, aside from the fact that you might not have these particular drugs on hand, their use as “trip-killers” are anecdotal, and they’re likely to affect each person differently… there are a handful of tangible things that you can do to ground and calm yourself during moments of panic. These include staying hydrated, having snacks on hand, tripping with a good, supportive friend who can help if things go haywire or switching up your scenery by changing the music, going for a walk, taking a shower or having a cry. If the weather’s nice and you’re outdoorsy, being outside can be particularly helpful – mushrooms often enhance people’s connection to the natural world, and nature can be comforting in times of distress.

Original Article (Mel Magazine):
Is there a way to stop a mushroom trip once it’s started?
Artwork Fair Use: Curecat

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