Your goals may be spiritual, social, psychological, or work-related. For your setting, find a comfortable, spacious room to begin your trip. Ideally, there will be a couch to lay on and a stereo system or headphones for music. If you choose to move to an outdoor location later on, do so with caution.
Changing the setting of your trip may cause unwanted side effects. By following the above four steps, you increase the likelihood of a trip going exceedingly well. Remember, research your family’s mental history, be cautious with dosage, and do your best to manage all 6 S’s. For us, LSD is one of the few drugs where food is a wonderful component. We usually start eating around an hour after the peak. We find that earlier in the trip we will want to eat sweet and succulent fruit, creamy high-fat treats (yogurt, ice cream, cheese), sour candy and drinks and salty snacks. Many of these foods remind us of a bright day, and we think of them as the "sun foods". Later as we are coming down we move to earthy foods and drinks, dark red wine, nuts, and we even smoke the occasional robust cigar.
Some of the foods we eat are pretty obvious, some are pretty quirky. Oranges, grapes, mango, papaya, guava, passion fruit, strawberries and melons also are wonderful. We buy them very ripe, so they are extra sweet and juicy. Or freeze some grapes or blueberries for a weird and wonderful snack. Sometimes we mix sugar and pure critic acid together, and then dip fruit in it. It makes the sweet even sweeter, while adding a sour component. Dip watermelon in it for the most amazing sour patch candy you will ever taste. Start with a ration that tastes great sober and then fine tune while tripping. Consider brushing teeth afterwards to avoid damage from sour stuff! Nuts that come with lime salt or spicy salt, or both. Canned three bean salad, sour and sweet in every bite. Fruit yogurt, especially Noosa Yogurt, which is full fat fortified with honey. Honey, especially with honey comb is pretty amazing. Ice cream, especially something with high fat content. Doritos, Pringles, or similar strongly flavored fatty and salty snack. Pickles, especially cornichons, or fancy custom pickled veggies. Strong cheese, blue cheese, farmhouse cheddar, roquefort, parmesan and other hard strong varieties and feta. Milder cheese works well too, but we prefer something strong enough that a very small amount goes a long way. Tequila, Spicy Tequila (infuse some with some hot peppers) Full bodied red wine. Cigars, excellent quality dark robustos, with flavors of chocolate, nuts, leather, or coffee. Once we are basically down, we enjoy a small meal if it’s not too late. High quality ramen is amazing, as are soups in general. We generally don’t enjoy meat, other than incidental to the dish (our favorite ramen dish includes some finely ground meat). We prefer food that doesn’t involve much chewing at all. If we have really come fully down, we will eat high quality pizza, and some of our friends swear by any delivery pizza for post-experience.
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