Risks and precautions

Psychedelics and MDMA in themselves are not dangerous, but under the prohibition policy of today, we have an open and unregulated market. The lack of age restrictions and quality control are consequences of the prohibition.

As a temporary public health measure, we recommend using testing equipment if you have decided to use psychedelics or MDMA. Testing equipment are readily available on the Internet.

You should not be under the influence of psychedelics/MDMA or any other drug while doing activities demanding high attention - such as driving a car or caring for children.

In several expert assessments, including two published in The Lancet, researchers assessed the damage potential in a variety of drugs. MDMA and psychedelics score consistently low in these assessments.