Monday, 19 November 2012

Is there any way to reduce the risk of having a bad trip?

Experiences with hallucinogens are heavily influenced by environment. Here are some ways to reduce the risk of having a bad trip: Make sure you take it with someone you know and trust, preferably someone who knows how strong the effects can be. Make sure you are somewhere where you feel safe, secure and comfortable. Avoid taking hallucinogens if you are upset, feeling low or insecure--this could lead to a bad trip. Avoid taking more. The effects come on stronger after a while, and you could end up having a much stronger trip than you can handle. If you're having a bad trip avoid flashing lights and visuals, get a friend to take you to a safe, calm space.