Acacia species and Banisteriopsis caapi

Acacia longifolia flower by Liam Engel
Acacia longifolia flower by Liam Engel
Banisteriopsis caapi by François Delonnay Archivo Centro Takiwasi
Banisteriopsis caapi by François Delonnay Archivo Centro Takiwasi

Medium confidence: We're pretty sure this risk rating is right, but we aren't certain.

Low risk synergy: This combination will enhance the effects of each psychoactive, or sometimes give new effects.

Reports of people trying this psychoactive combination

“…I saw that objects had begun to send ripples through the air from their edges, like rocks being thrown into a pond. My sense of time was greatly distorted, and I had a sense of euphoria wash over me… as I looked at my sitter, she had what almost looked like transluscent multicolored face paint on that disappeared when I blinked and reformed. Erowid.

“…I remember through sobs saying that I just wanted it out of me and I wanted it to be done, referring to the pain and loathing, and at this point I vomited what little was in my stomach.” Erowid.

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