Psychedelic Experience In Nature

Psychedelics have been used in various cultures throughout history as a means of spiritual and cultural exploration, and many of these traditions involve using psychedelic substances in natural settings. There is growing interest in the therapeutic potential of psychedelics in modern times, and some proponents of psychedelic therapy believe that using these substances in natural settings could enhance their therapeutic effects.

One of the primary reasons for using psychedelics in nature is the potential for a heightened sense of connection with the natural world. Psychedelic experiences can be deeply transformative, and many people report feeling a sense of unity or interconnectedness with the natural world during these experiences. Being in a natural setting can amplify this feeling, and some people believe that this can lead to greater insights and personal growth.

In addition, natural settings can provide a safe and supportive environment for psychedelic experiences. Being in a calm, natural setting can help reduce anxiety and promote relaxation, which can be beneficial for individuals who may feel nervous or overwhelmed by the prospect of a psychedelic experience.

However, it is important to note that using psychedelics in natural settings also carries potential risks. Natural settings can be unpredictable and may pose risks such as exposure to extreme weather, wild animals, or other environmental hazards. In addition, using psychedelics in nature may be illegal in some areas and could result in legal consequences.

Overall, while there may be potential benefits to using psychedelics in nature, it is important to approach these experiences with caution and to work with trained professionals to ensure a safe and supportive environment.

At ReWild Medicine we have designed a novel treatment and along with safety protocols to allow medically monitored ketamine-assisted psychotherapy in outdoor and nature-based settings.

Learn more about psychedelic-assisted ecotherapy at ReWild Medicine.