Eating an array of hallucinogens, such as mushrooms, LSD, mescaline and LSD-16, can lead to hallucinations, but some are even more potent than others.
Here are some of the most potent, according to some experts.
Mushrooms: Mushrooms are known to induce an acute hallucinogen-like effect and can be eaten raw or cooked.
They are also sometimes known to cause a milder, less intense hallucinosis, which is sometimes referred to as the “glamorous mushroom experience.”
Many mushrooms are edible, but only one mushroom is safe to eat raw: the red-spotted mescalin.
LSD: LSD is a hallucinol-like chemical, but it also has an appetite-control and appetite suppressant effect.
It is commonly eaten raw, cooked or as an appetizer in a variety of dishes, including hot dogs and pizza.
Some studies have suggested that LSD may also produce a more vivid and vivid image of your surroundings.
Mescaline: Mescalin is a highly potent hallucinoid.
It can cause a feeling of extreme relaxation and sometimes even cause a sense of “being in a dream,” according to the International Drug Policy Research Center.
Mephedrone, an active ingredient in ecstasy, is a more potent hallucanogen than LSD, but mescali is more common than LSD.
MDMA: MDMA, a hallucinal drug often sold online and on street corners, can be smoked, injected or ingested.
It has been linked to psychosis and anxiety disorders.
MDMA is also sometimes used to treat anxiety disorders, according the World Health Organization.
LSD mushrooms: Mushy mushrooms, often referred to simply as “mushrooms,” are edible and can produce the most intense, vivid, and sometimes violent hallucinations.
The psychedelic mushroom experience is often described as “an all-consuming, all-sparkling, euphoric, and mind-expanding experience that lasts for up to eight hours,” according the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
LSD-15: LSD- 15 is an alkaloid that can cause severe mental and physical discomfort, according a 2013 study published in the journal Psychiatry Research.
LSD is often taken orally, but in a capsule form or in a powder form, called a blotter.
A blotter contains a small amount of LSD, and a person who takes a large amount of blotter powder, the amount of acid in a pill, can feel high for several hours, according some studies.
Ecstasy: MDMA is a powerful hallucinomimetic that can lead users to become “high” for hours.
MDMA has also been linked in studies to psychosis, but the amount in ecstasy is usually less than the amount that LSD can cause.
LSD tablets: LSD tablets can be purchased from drugstores, online or at a drugstore.
They contain a small dose of LSD that can last for up, sometimes as long as eight hours.
Psilocybin mushrooms: Psilocyn is an herb, often used to help treat anxiety and PTSD, but its hallucinants can also produce feelings of euphoria, intense creativity and “emotional states of heightened awareness,” according an October 2015 study published by the Journal of Neuroscience.
MDPV: MDPVA is a synthetic psychedelic, and it has been found to cause severe physical and psychological effects when combined with other psychedelics, according an August 2017 study published online in the Journal and the American Journal of Psychiatry.
Amphetamines: Amphetaminations, also known as “magic mushrooms,” are a potent stimulant that can produce euphoria and feelings of high energy and calmness.
The effects of amphetamines include euphoria from high levels of dopamine, serotonin and endorphins, which can cause feelings of love and joy.
LSD, LSD-45, and Psilopram: LSD, a powerful psychedelic, is also known to be a potent hallucination.
It’s usually smoked, and in some cases it can be swallowed whole.
LSD also has hallucinant effects, including feelings of light and sound, and “the sense of being in a state of complete transcendence,” according a 2014 study published on the website Psychedelic Times.
PCP: PCP is a potent opioid painkiller that can be used to relieve pain and other symptoms associated with certain types of cancer.
It also can be injected into the body.
The doses of PCP used for treatment of cancer can vary widely and are usually low- to moderate-dose.
LSD and other hallucinoids: LSD and LSD drugs are also used to produce and maintain a sense and feeling of serenity and sereneness, according The Huffington Post.
The experiences can include visualizations of people or places in a very vivid way, sometimes even