Surprisingly, many recreational drugs are being sold legally on the Internet. These include strong hallucinogens that are comparable to LSD. These require no age verification or even a prescription. What I found is that these drugs are not regulated yet, because very few people know about them or use them. The purpose of this article is not to promote these drugs, but to educate the public that they exist. None of my links in this article will go directly to a source that sells them. Although, every drug I list is sold widely on the Internet and has sources that are easy to find.
It is important to realize that none of these drugs are regulated and have not been scientifically tested. Therefore, the information that I have about possible side effects will be limited to side effects that drug users have reported.
The hallucinogens include Amanita Muscaria, Ayahuasca, Salvia Divinorum, Sinicuichi and Rivea Corymbosa. This is not a complete list of all legal hallucinogens, just certain ones I found that are easily obtainable on the Internet.
Amanita Muscaria is a mushroom that causes hallucinations. Side effects may include euphoria, exhaustion, sweating, dissociation, nausea and sedation. Many drug users have reported they have had a bad trip on Amanita Muscaria. Out of all the legal drugs I have listed this one also seems to have the worst side effects.
Ayahuasca is a hallucinogen that is widely used in medicinal rituals. In Peru they believe this substance can cure depression, cancer and a wide variety of ailments. It is said to create a euphoric state in which you will have visions. No known negative side effects.
Rivea Corymbosa chemical make-up is similar to LSD and acts as a mild hallucinogen. Used often in Mexico and Peru to dull pain and treat tumors. Rivea Corymbosa produces a relaxed calm state and creates hallucinogenic visions. No known side effects with regular dose. If you overdose it can cause nausea and vomiting.
Salvia Divinorum seems to be the most commonly used and has effects similar to LSD. While there are no known health side effects, it is possible you could present a danger to yourself or others while hallucinating.
Sinicuichi is a bush with green leaves and is a combination between a hallucinogen and a sedative. Sinicuichi is taken orally by crushing the leaves and making it into a tea. The only possible negative side effect I could find is that some people have reported a temporary yellow or green tinted vision.