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By Corey Noles

Psychedelic Water Offers a New Twist on Mood Enhancing Drinks

Right off the bat, you should know Psychedelic Water isn’t packed full of magic mushrooms or any other illicit substance. With that said, it will still help with mood and a variety of other issues.

Think of it more as an alternative to alcohol.

Psychedelic Water is a mood-boosting fusion of Kava, Damiana, and green tea. The drink is very mildly psychoactive and lightly carbonated with all-natural ingredients.

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If you’re a person who has dabbled in psychedelics, this will not be like that at all. It is non-hallucinogenic and won’t make you trip like LSD or psilocybin. What it will do is offer a mild, calming sensation that feels good and lowers your inhibitions a bit.

The sensation arrives with a tingling of the tongue — which is the kava doing its thing. In short order, say 5-15 minutes, you’ll notice the effects kicking in. According to the company website, you’ll notice stress melt away and be replaced with a happy feeling.

Our Editor-in-Chief Charles Warner was a bit skeptical at first, but found himself saving the last few Psychedelic Waters because they made him feel so good he didn’t want them to be gone. 

“You definitely feel a mood enhancement and a bit of a body high that is not like caffeine,” Warner said.

“Social media has challenged our name and there have been other bumps along the way. I expect more,” said founder Keith Stein. “When you’re the first company doing what we are, it’s part of the game. But we’re not going away because what we’re doing is too important. We’re blazing a trail for other companies who want to enter the psychedelic space and demystifying an area that needs to be better understood. Psychedelics are the future, and we want to speed things up.”

For more information on Psychedelic Water and to find out where you can grab a pack locally, visit their website here.

Author Bio: Corey Noles is the Managing Editor for Innovation & Tech Today. In more than two decades as a journalist, he has covered crime, MLB, business, healthcare, politics and anything else that could snag a headline.

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Psychedelic Water Offers a New Twist on Mood Enhancing Drinks

January 13, 2022
By Corey Noles

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