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We've got a LOT of harm reduction information to share with you so we've broken it up into four different sections to try and make it a little bit easier to navigate and find the information that you're looking for.

Harm Reduction Information for Safer, More Positive Experiences

It is important to use all four of the pages linked below in conjunction with one another. Important safety information could be missed by neglecting to read all sections in their entirety before a psychedelic experience. Whether you are intending to micro-dose or macro-dose, doing either from an informed position, armed with the most up-to-date harm reduction information, will help to keep you safer and having more positive experiences which will be more beneficial to your usage.  


With harm reduction being our primary goal we'd like to share information on some of the most common lookalikes for foraged active species in NZ, as well as share knowledge about some other known risks that you may encounter when foraging for wild fungi. 

A psychedelic themed impression of a person having a psychedelic journey on Mushrooms containing psilocybin (MCP)

If you've decided to embark on a psychedelic journey, whether it be a therapeutic or healing experience, a spiritual ceremony, or a recreational trip, the advice on this page can help you to lessen the likelihood of having a bad experience if it's a macro dose (a dose with perceivable effects) that you're considering.

A micro dose prepared for consumption with niacin and lions mane for a "stamets stack"

Learn about the most popular method of micro-dosing and how to go about doing it safely. Here we talk about dose levels, regimes, tolerance breaks, stacking psilocybin with other synergistic medicines, and the potential benefits of micro-dosing.

Dried Psilocybe subaeruginosa and Manuka hoey ready to be made in to "Blue Honey"
Dried Psilocybe subaeruginosa and Manuka hoey ready to be made in to "Blue Honey"

We'd like to share some of the best ways to prevent food poisoning such as E. coli and botulism when preserving wild harvested fungi, as well as some ways to avoid consumption of secondary fungus (mold).

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