Before mixing MDMA and LSD, read this
Mixing LSD and MDMA, known as “candyflipping”, is one of the most well-known drug mixes around. But is it safe?
Mixing drugs is always a bad idea, but that doesn’t stop people from experimenting. Candyflipping gained popularity in the 90s and early 2000s, especially at raves and nightclubs. Like 90s fashion, it seems to be making a bit of a comeback with renewed interest in the process. So, what is actually going on?
LSD and MDMA both induce euphoric, psychedelic effects, but they work by impacting different areas of the brain. Traditionally, LSD is taken first followed by MDMA a few hours later. There is little research available on the actual effects of mixing the two, and the whole experience can last anywhere from 12 to 24 hours.
When mixing drugs, the impact on your body and mind become even more unpredictable, and harder to manage. While both LSD and MDMA have a reputation as being relatively harmless, it’s important to remember the safest drug use is not taking anything at all.
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