For those looking for a non-alcoholic substitution, Psychedelic Water is the first legal psychedelic brand of its kind built on the ethos that psychedelics are more than something you consume. Created with a one-of-a-kind formulation made with kava root, damiana leaf, and green tea leaf extract, Psychedelic Water is a psychoactive, lightly carbonated blend that creates a sense of euphoria for a hangover-free experience.
Boasting massive TikTok popularity with 13 million+ views and selling out within the first three weeks, Psychedelic Water's popularity and rising reputation are fueling the creatives and risk-takers with a state of happiness, mental clarity, and creative bliss. It really works too, with media coverage in Inside Hook, Yahoo!, VICE, Business Insider, Financial Post, and more.
Founder Keith Stein, Director of Marketing Ben Rogul, and CEO Pankaj Gogia are behind the new herbal supplement unlike anything else with its unique mood-boosting experience. These independent thinkers and creative pioneers launched Psychedelic Water to offer a psychoactive, lightly carbonated fruit-forward blend that is a calming mood-enhancer that makes you feel good without messing you up, slowing you down, or leaving you hungover. I got Pricky Pear which is delectably juicy, perfectly light, and subtly bubbly, this ode to new possibilities packs an ego-boosting punch. Natural Prickly Pear all the way from the dry, arid desert has come together with our Psychedelic blend to awaken and elevate your senses.
You can also get Oolong+ Orange Blossom, Hibiscus + Lime, and Blackberry + Yuzu.
My Opinion: It had an ok flavor and I did notice a mood enhancer as I relaxed which I never do enough of.
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