If you are interested in using psychedelics but don’t know where to start, this episode is for you

Shelby and Madison of DoubleBlind magazine are back to chat about everything parents need to know about incorporating psychedelics into their lifestyle. The Blunt Blowin’ Mama audience had a ton of questions and we answered them all. From breaking the stigma of ‘druggie’ title, to how to properly micro-dose, we leave nothing off the table. Education is the first step in demystifying the psychedelic experience. As parents we need to practice taking time for ourselves. Magic mushrooms and low-dose MDMA can be helpful for unwinding, relaxing, and most importantly, healing.

Tripping is not just for fun, taking psychedelics can help you reconnect to yourself and the universe

What if I told you there was a way to experience childlike joy and have less inhibitions. Psilocybin mushrooms have been proven to assist with lack of productivity, depression, inflammation, and focus. Unlike pharmaceutical drugs or alcohol any long term physical side effects of psilocybin are virtually nonexistent. If you want some reliable advice for how to grow your own ‘shrooms and how to find reputable retreat centers for a safe controlled trip check out the resources referenced in this article.

So you have decided to take a leap of faith and go on your first trip! Here are some helpful tips and tricks

It is imperative that you prepare your setting for your trip. Ensure your responsibilities are handled, your kiddos are in the care of a trusted provider, and that you have prepared your physical body for your experience.

Tips for a positive transformational trip…

  • Practice breathing exercises
  • Journal
  • Hydrate
  • Have a sober guide that you trust (especially if this is your first time tripping)
  • Curate a sacred environment
  • Set intentions for your journey

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