5 (Mostly) Legal Drugs You Can Buy On Amazon
Without even having to set foot in the "dark web," users have the chance to peruse this virtual Walmart and get high in some really bizarre ways. From poppers to psychedelics, this stuff is readily available, pretty cheap, and totally unregulated. We're not saying you should go and buy all this crap—but it certainly wouldn't hurt. Unless it kills you.
Below, five mostly legal drugs available for purchase on Amazon.
1. VisionQuest Organics Dream Herb Tea
Aren't Mondays the worst? Aren't Tuesdays the worst? Aren't most days the worst? If you're tired of the everyday grind, you should have yourself an "out of the body experience"—their words, not ours—and get into the Calea ternifolia scene.
Be wary of this stuff though, some of the side effects include hallucinations, nausea, and vomiting.
2. Thai Herbal Snuff
When was the last time a fine powder contained in a glass vessel covered in a mysterious Asian language led to good times? Actually, that's a pretty solid recipe for a night you'll never remember and/or forget. According to the user comments, this particular brand of snuff causes relaxation and euphoria—so you've got that going for you, which is nice.
3. Nitrous Oxide
Like most drugs, this is just a normal item that can be taken in an abnormal way. Nitrous Oxide, otherwise known as whippets, gets you absolutely rekt when inhaled. Most users report a "womp womp womp" feeling in the head, as if Skrillex is dropping beats on your brain stem. Of course, these little guys aren't illegal when bought in bulk.
Commonly found in sex stores and gas stations across the country, Poppers are the slang term given to alkyl nitrites which, when inhaled, produce a powerful aphrodisiac effect and have been known to *ahem* loosen ya up. The effects are commonly felt for two to four minutes and can sometimes leave you with a throbbing headache to accompany your throbbing erection.
5. Green Borneo Kratom
I spent a couple hours sipping Kratom tea, Thailand's illegal "herbal heroin" and I admit that I felt something. It wasn't quite euphoria, but rather an all-encompassing sense of okayness. This stuff is banned in a few countries and has been seriously sensationalized by the news, but it really isn't that bad for you. It does make you itch, though.
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