Ketamine + Psilocybe Species

Ketamine by DanielTahar
Ketamine by DanielTahar
Psilocybe subaeruginosa by Liam Engel
Psilocybe subaeruginosa by Liam Engel

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

Reports of people trying this psychoactive combination

”exponentially more intense than either substance on its own, probably more intense even than if I had doubled the doses” Bluelight.

”My glow in the dark stars that I placed around my room’s light in a spiral shape were all spinning around, swirling around, and smiling at me. I felt free. I felt like things were getting off my chest. I started forgiving everybody for everything they’ve ever done to me” Erowid.

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