Amanita muscaria + MDMA

Amanita muscaria by Holger Krisp
Amanita muscaria by Holger Krisp
MDMA by Dominic Milton Trott
MDMA by Dominic Milton Trott

Low confidence: This risk rating could be wrong, we don't know much about this combination.

Low risk decrease: This combination will decrease the effects of one or both of these psychoactives.

Reports of people trying this psychoactive combination

“the mdma is making us want to sleep, which is very odd, I had done mdma once before and the last thing I wanted to do was sleep, it was the same feeling as the first time only not as strong, and it had a sedative effect to it for both of us, possibly because of the amanitas we had previously ingested… I feel very very uncomfortable, feelings I had never had before nor ever wanted were rampant. I felt a recurring feeling that the inside of my brain was on fire, it didn’t hurt, but it felt like my skull was under immense pressure from the inside… I saw people running across the room, things in the ceiling, small people, all sorts of weird and scary things” Erowid.

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