Growing Psychedelic Plants: A Beginner’s Guide

Humans have had a special relationship with psychedelic plants for centuries. Sometimes known as “plant teachers,” they contain various psychoactive compounds and have traditionally been used in a religious or ceremonial context. In the past, their use was prevalent throughout Mesoamerica. Nowadays, they are becoming appreciated worldwide.

A growing body of evidence suggests some psychedelic plants have healing properties, mainly assisting the treatment of mental health disorders. Many individuals have also begun to utilize them for personal development and spiritual growth.

Unsurprisingly, some people wonder whether it is possible to grow psychedelic plants at home and regularly benefit from their lessons. This article explains how to cultivate five unique species with very different properties.

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