Intentional use that maximizes the benefits while minimizing the negative effects or risks to the user and their community is responsible use. There are many, many factors that can go into what is and isn’t “responsible,” but I boil it down to three major factors:
Do not take an unexpected dose without understanding what the potential effects may be. Do not ever experiment alone. Do not mix or combine unknown molecules together. Do not participate in an activity that should not be done while impaired (swimming, biking, climbing, etc). Be sure to check out local laws regarding the legality, regulation, or restriction of any specific molecule.
Do not drive or operate heavy machinery. Do not experiment while caretaking for another.
The intention can be as simple as to relax and have a good time, but be cognizant of it. Why are you seeking to alter your perspective? Go into it with a known maximum for that experience based on the intention.
I would never suggest that anyone try this without the consent and supervision of a medical professional (nurse, MD, DO, PsyD, etc) or therapist who can answer questions on a 1:1 basis. This giant gap in knowledge between scientists and public service workers who keep our society healthy and safe is a huge problem. And it’s a problem we are far too delayed in addressing and why I’m so passionate about sharing my information with everyone, including doctors, therapists, and, yes, even the police and politicians if they are open to learning about how these medicines can be powerful tools to help reduce harm in the community.
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