Amanita muscaria + Salvia divonorum

Amanita muscaria by Holger Krisp
Amanita muscaria by Holger Krisp
Salvia divonorum by David J. Stang
Salvia divonorum by David J. Stang

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

Low risk no synergy: This combination won't do much more than the individual effects of the psychoactives involved.

Reports of people trying this psychoactive combination

“the most horrific experience of my life. I found myself caught in a neverending loop of thought… I felt I was in some sort of hell, destined to experience this loop forever.” Erowid.

“I’d been pretty far out; couldn’t even remember my name. I tried and tried, but it was a bizarre sort of trying, as if the name was trying to get to me. It seemed to be calling out from a great depth, but I just couldn’t grab on to it. No idea of normal reality. I could not have responded in any way if spoken to. There was no fear at all. Last time I was that far out on salvia alone, on a much higher dose, I was terrified. This time I just sat and waited. Amanitas have quite a strong anxiolytic effect on me… Erowid.

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