JediFlipping: MEPH + LSD + Mushroom


In the vast expanse of the cosmos, where the boundaries of human perception and understanding are constantly challenged, there exists a realm of experience that transcends the mundane and ventures into the extraordinary. It is within this uncharted territory that we embark on a journey to explore the enigmatic phenomenon known as “JediFlipping“, a potent fusion of mephedrone and psilocybin mushrooms that has captured the imagination of psychonauts and scientists alike. As we delve into the depths of this remarkable synthesis, we shall navigate the intricate interplay between the realms of the mind and the universe, seeking to illuminate the mysteries that lie at the heart of this unique psychopharmacological odyssey.


Our tale begins at the intersection of chemistry and consciousness, where the alchemical marriage of mephedrone, a synthetic stimulant, and psilocybin mushrooms, the fabled fungi with a storied history of spiritual and therapeutic use, gives rise to an experience that defies categorization. This potent combination, revered by its proponents for its capacity to induce states of euphoria, heightened awareness, and profound introspection, has piqued the curiosity of both the recreational and scientific communities, beckoning us to unravel the secrets of its enigmatic allure.

As we traverse the landscape of this psychotropic odyssey, we shall endeavor to elucidate the complex interplay between the pharmacological properties of mephedrone and psilocybin, examining the synergistic effects that arise from their confluence. Drawing upon the wealth of knowledge gleaned from the annals of scientific research, as well as the experiential wisdom of those who have ventured into the uncharted realms of Jedi Flipping, we shall strive to paint a vivid portrait of this extraordinary phenomenon, one that is both grounded in empirical evidence and imbued with the poetic beauty of the human experience.


With a spirit of curiosity and reverence, we invite you to join us on this voyage into the unknown, as we delve into the captivating world of Jedi Flipping. Together, we shall traverse the boundaries of human experience, venturing into the uncharted realms of the mind and the cosmos, in pursuit of the elusive secrets that lie at the heart of this remarkable phenomenon. And as we embark on this journey, may we be guided by the wisdom of the ancients, the insights of modern science, and the boundless potential of the human spirit, as we seek to unravel the mysteries of the universe and our place within it.

What is Jedi Flipping: Mephedrone + Mushroom?

Jedi Flipping is a slang term for a combination of mushrooms (psilocybin), psilocybin mushrooms and mdma. The term “Jedi” refers to the need for relative “possession” of the psychedelic experience. This combination combines the two powerful but similar psychedelics tryptamine (psilocybin) with mephedrone or other empathogens/stimulants such as MDMA.

The jury is out on what this combination actually does for people. Parameters such as dose, individual metabolic factors, personal experience, and setting and environment can greatly affect the experience. Some claim they get the best of all three — the ego dissolution and mind expansion of psilocybin with the clarity and brightness of LSD and the openness and euphoria of mephedrone.

Others suggest that the mephedrone interrupts the mixture for the first hour before it hits hard, resulting in a very uncomfortable experience as the mushrooms and LSD remain in full force.


So, why mix?

For some, the mixing of the three may occur accidentally, a byproduct of a particularly stormy night. Others may mix because of simple curiosity or interest in the pursuit of previously unexplored depths of consciousness. No doubt the experience may be of interest to those who choose to venture into deep space. As one 20-year-old interviewee told us, “My vision was covered in warm and intricate visual effects. I noticed significantly enhanced tracers – for example, my friend sat down after he had a drink, and I saw him sit down five more times after his body landed»

The rationale behind Jedi Flipping lies in the complementary nature of the substances’ effects. Mephedrone’s stimulating properties can counteract the sedative aspects of magic mushrooms, allowing users to maintain energy and sociability throughout the experience. Additionally, the combination may enhance the mystical and introspective qualities of psilocybin, leading to a more profound and memorable journey.

But as you can guess, mixing so many different and unregulated substances comes with certain risks, and there’s no guarantee that you’ll have a great time.


What is Mephedrone?

Mephedrone, also known as 4-methylmethcathinone (4-MMC) or “meow meow”, is a synthetic stimulant drug that belongs to the cathinone family. It is chemically similar to amphetamines and produces effects such as increased energy, euphoria, and enhanced sociability. Mephedrone is often used recreationally for its stimulating properties and has been associated with the party and clubbing scene.

What are Magic Mushrooms and What Effects Do They Cause?

Magic mushrooms, or psilocybin mushrooms are a group of fungi that contain the psychoactive compounds psilocybin and psilocin. These compounds induce a range of effects, including altered perception, hallucinations, and a sense of spiritual or mystical experiences. Users often report feelings of euphoria, introspection, and a deep connection with nature or the universe. The intensity and duration of these effects depend on the dosage, individual sensitivity, and the specific strain of mushroom.

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What is LSD?

Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) was discovered in the 1930s by Albert Hoffman. It was used for some time in experimental treatments for psychological disorders before it was rejected and made illegal in the United States in 1968.

LSD causes intense auditory and visual hallucinations in users, and many people describe its effects as dreamlike and surreal. Trips under the influence of LSD can last from 12 to 24 hours and are difficult to predict. LSD also has a difficult recovery period, with fatigue, nausea, and dehydration lasting up to 24 hours after the effects are gone.


How to Use Psychedelics Responsibly

Responsible use of psychedelics involves careful consideration of set, setting, and dosage. Set refers to the user’s mindset, including their emotional state, expectations, and intentions for the experience. Setting refers to the physical and social environment in which the substances are consumed. A safe, comfortable, and supportive setting is crucial for a positive experience. Dosage should be carefully measured and adjusted according to individual sensitivity and prior experience with the substances.

Important to know

Setting refers to your thinking before and during the trip. The best way to have a positive psychedelic experience is to start with a calm and open mind. People who feel relaxed and at ease are much more likely to have a positive experience than those who are stressed or nervous.

Before embarking on a trip, it is advisable to take a few minutes to calm your mind. Some people find meditation helpful, while others find breathing exercises and yoga helpful. Anything that helps you feel centered and relaxed is probably a good option.

A general tip that experienced psychedelics give newcomers is to set your intentions before you go. Say out loud that you intend to have a positive, enlightening experience, or write it down so you can revisit it later.


Where you choose to have your experience is just as important as your mindset. Most people get the best results by taking psychedelics at home, in an isolated part of the house. The key is to stay focused and distracted so that you can focus on enjoying the ride without any outside stressors.

Most people also recommend having some art and music as a goal for your open-minded mind. Some people are soothed by listening to music while traveling, while others prefer to absorb art with their heightened senses and awareness.

The last component of a positive experience is a trusted friend who doesn’t stumble, otherwise known as a traveler. Companions will help you if something goes wrong; their mere presence is often enough to reassure the anxious and help them start the journey off on the right foot.

What does mephedrone JediFlipping look like?

JediFlipping evokes an unusually euphoric psychedelic experience. The euphoria comes from mephedrone, which is known for inducing an extremely positive, uplifting and sensitive mood. Meanwhile, both LSD and psilocybin cause long-lasting visual hallucinations. The latter two can also affect mood, and all three can cause profound mystical and spiritual experiences.

Mephedrone JediFlipping will feel different for everyone who decides to experiment. Your overall experience will depend largely on how much of each substance you decide to take. For example, if you, a Jedi, take mostly mephedrone, you are likely to experience euphoria. On the other hand, if you take mostly magic mushrooms, you may experience more intense hallucinations and perhaps a few more ups and downs.

According to online trip reports, flipping Jedi is one of the most intense psychedelic experiences one can experience. Many users report feeling depressed and often note severe nausea and vomiting in trip reports. Psilocybin itself can often cause nausea, so it is probably the culprit in these cases as well.

Some users claim to feel each drug individually when the Jedi flips, although most also say the sensation is most similar to a strong mephedrone trip with some additional visual distortions.

Mephedrone greatly enhances the effects of mushrooms and LSD. Mephedrone users say that when they take it, they feel connected to the world, and their vision and hearing become sharper and more in tune with their surroundings. It has a similar effect to Jedi flipping, making the hallucinations from mushrooms and LSD more intense and increasing the user’s capacity for emotion and introspection.

It also matters if you take all three substances at the same time. Many psychonauts can unintentionally flip Jedi by simply taking something else while intoxicated with something else. This is a fairly common scenario: you feel like you’re falling and you don’t want the fun to end, so you do something else again. But in doing so, you may unwittingly find yourself in potentially unsafe circumstances.

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Is JediFlipping safe with mephedrone?

Combining drugs is generally unsafe, but the combination of mephedrone, psilocybin, and LSD is even less safe. All three drugs have the potential to cause dehydration, so using them together triples the risk. Moreover, mephedrone users often suffer from elevated body temperature and are forced to drink excessive amounts of water. However, drinking too much water can also be a problem, and water intoxication is a common side effect of mephedrone.

Some users have also expressed concerns that the physical stresses of taking mephedrone and psilocybin, such as anxiety and nausea, respectively, can increase the chances of causing panic and a bad trip. Badtrips often create tremendous stress on a person’s body, which can be dangerous given the other stresses created by other drugs.

More tangibly, mephedrone and LSD can cause a rapid heart rate, and their combination can increase the risk of heart attacks and heart attacks. They both also cause an increase in body temperature, which can lead to kidney failure and long-term organ damage.

Hangover from JediFlipping

Don’t be surprised by a severe fall. All three substances alter the levels of neurotransmitters in the brain that are necessary for daily functioning. They also alter sleep patterns and can cause very intense hallucinations. Psychonauts going into Jedi space may experience a “psychedelic hangover” for days after the event – fatigue, bad moods, mood swings, headaches and general malaise are all common.

Serotonin Syndrome

Serotonin syndrome is a particularly common risk when mephedrone is in the mix (although other psychedelics also affect the brain’s serotonin system). Serotonin is vital to the proper functioning of the nervous system, but an excess of serotonin in the wrong place at the wrong time can cause serotonin syndrome, causing serious problems. Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, chills and muscle tension are the best consequences of serotonin syndrome. At worst, serious complications such as seizures and loss of consciousness can be fatal.


Flips of any kind are popular on the dance floor, where substances like mephedrone, LSD and hallucinogenic mushrooms liven up the music and flashing lights. But the same risks of using each of these substances separately persist when they are mixed together. In particular, the intense sweating and rapid increase in heart rate caused by mephedrone can cause people to overheat and become dehydrated. In the worst cases, dehydration and overheating can cause dizziness, disorientation, and even loss of consciousness. If a person is severely overheated, it is important to move to a cooler place and seek medical attention to replenish electrolytes and fluid loss due to dehydration.

Heart problems

All substances used in Jedi flipping can cause a rapid increase in heart rate. This fact makes Jedi flipping especially risky for those who already have heart disease, and even riskier for those who are unaware of an underlying heart condition. Therefore, it is extremely important that you seek medical attention immediately if you feel abnormal tightness in your chest or chest pain during your trip. If you suspect that your friend is experiencing chest pain while stumbling, it is advisable to help him or her seek medical attention.

How long does mephedrone JediFlipping last?

The Jedi turn lasts longer than the acid trip, anywhere from 6 to 16 hours. All three of these substances are metabolized by similar pathways and therefore slow the body’s ability to metabolize and deactivate all three. This leads to a longer trip and a higher risk of side effects.

One of the subtleties of Jedi flipping is timing. Since the effects of psilocybin, LSD, and mephedrone last different amounts of time, reaching their peak simultaneously requires careful planning. Most people take LSD first, as it lasts the longest, then psilocybin a few hours later, and mephedrone last, about an hour after taking the mushrooms.

Dosages for mephedrone JediFlipping

Mephedrone JediFlipping is fairly rare and not recommended, so it does not have a normal dose. Nevertheless, trip reports show that most people stick relatively closely to the recommended doses for each drug individually:

  • LSD: 50-150 mcg

  • Magic mushrooms: 2-5 grams

  • Mephedrone: 15-20 milligrams

*Please note the different measurements – micrograms for LSD, milligrams for mephedrone, and grams for magic mushrooms.

It is wise to avoid this combination, but if you do, take about 50% (or even less) of each drug the first time you use it. You can always take more, but you can’t take less.

Harm reduction during mephedrone JediFlipping

As is repeated many times in this article, mixing different psychedelics and street drugs is dangerous. But with everything mixed in, there are some basic methods you can take to reduce potential harm and improve access to help in case of an emergency hit.

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Below are general safety tips, but note that these are just tips. It is impossible to be 100% safe with any cocktail of drugs, let alone cocktails of substances purchased without the regulatory protections of legalization.

Check the substances

The biggest risk in using any psychoactive substance is its purity. Most recreational substances are sold clandestinely, which means that consumers cannot regulate or verify the quality. It’s hard to know what you’re actually buying and whether what you’re getting is pure and genuine. Mephedrone, for example, is often mixed with amphetamines or other nefarious substances. So when you’re doing Jedi, you’re really consuming the original drugs, plus any additives added to them.

This is where testing kits come in handy. Mephedrone and LSD test kits are available online, and they test the most common impurities added to street drugs. We love and trust the mephedrone and LSD testing kits sold by the nonprofit organization DanceSafe.

However, it is important to note that while these test kits are useful and important, they are also not reliable. If mephedrone or LSD are mixed with unusual impurities, they will not show up in the test. It is impossible to test dried hallucinogenic mushrooms. Therefore, before consuming them, it is worth taking some time to examine them to confirm the authenticity of the mushroom. The most common mushrooms for consumption are Psilocybe cubensis, but there are more than 180 different species of mushrooms containing psilocybin.

Keep doses low

Overdosing is no fun. Overdosing during a Jedi flip is no exception. During Jedi Flipping, overdosing occurs almost 90% of the time. Microdosing or taking less than a full dose of each substance can reduce, but not eliminate, some of the risks associated with party drugs. Note that a combination of substances can increase the sensation of each individual substance than if they were taken individually.

Don’t do Jedi Flippin’ if you’re taking medication

Even if you miss a regular dose of a prescription drug, it may still be active in your body because of its half-life. The half-life of a drug is the time it takes for its activity to decrease in the human body by up to half. Some medications, including many different prescription antidepressants, can take up to several days to be completely eliminated from the human body. This means that the possibility of drug interactions persists for several days, even if you have stopped taking pharmaceuticals.

However, stopping medication in advance just to experience psychedelics is also dangerous. Many pharmaceutical drugs can cause withdrawal symptoms if you stop taking them suddenly. To safely withdraw from a prescription drug, the dosage must be gradually reduced over time. For this reason, it is always recommended that you work with a health care professional when weaning off pharmaceuticals.

Safe place

It’s easy to get carried away when you’re out of town. But jedi flipping can be more than just a hobby-it’s an intense experience that can take you out of reality and make it difficult to appreciate your surroundings. To be clear, it’s always dangerous to mix different drugs. However, if you do mix them, it’s important to do it in a safe and comfortable place, surrounded by reliable people, with easy access to help if you need it.

A safe environment is important to create the right set and environment needed to encourage a positive trip. However, it’s important to keep in mind that trips tend to have their own direction. There is never any guarantee that a psychedelic experience will be positive, especially when mixing so many substances.

Be sure to follow our harm reduction recommendations and consume strictly according to the specified algorithms!

This way you can avoid or minimize the risk of undesirable effects on your physical and mental health!


Experienced psychedelic users may be intrigued by the idea of combining LSD, mushrooms and mephedrone. Although such curiosity can be very dangerous for hobbyists.

If you are going to try mephedrone JediFlipping, take time to prepare for it. Set your mind at ease and prepare a safe and comfortable place to go – this will help you tremendously and prevent unwanted consequences. You should also have a close friend with you in case you need anything during the trip.

Mephedrone JediFlipping is time-consuming: trips last anywhere from 12 to 24 hours, depending on the dose. There is no standard dosage for Jedi, so most users follow the dosage recommendations for taking each medication individually.