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Hallucinogen Rehab

Hallucinogens are a unique and particularly concerning class of drugs. As the name suggests, they are most often taken with the specific desire to experience hallucinations. Common ones include ketamine and LSD. They are often taken in tablet or pill form, but can also come in the form of tea or other liquid, powders, injectables, and more.

Although hallucinations can be unpredictable, they’re enjoyable often enough that people can easily become addicted to these drugs. Once taken, they make the user feel detached from their bodies and physical surroundings. It changes their perceptions and lets them see or perceive things that aren’t real or accurate.

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This detachment is so enticing for many reasons. Some like removing themselves from their current problems, while others do it alone or as a group simply for the thrill of the unique and ever-changing high. Our safe and comfortable hallucinogen rehab is the perfect place to heal and recover from a hallucinogen addiction.

Hallucinogen Addiction Treatment

At Lily Recovery, we understand each person is unique and deal with things differently than the other. From addiction itself to treatment, recovery, triggers, and relapse – each individual requires specialized care. This is why our hallucinogen rehab staff pays special attention to every case.

We employ some of the best, most highly-qualified, professional, and compassionate counselors and therapists around. Many of them come with lived experiences of their own, even further equipping them to help those struggling.

We know that everyone is different, which is why we offer such a wide variety of therapies, methods, and techniques. All of them are scientific, evidence-based, and proven to work. Some of our most common and most effective treatments include:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy. CBT is common because it’s an incredibly effective treatment for a variety of things. For addiction, this technique helps you recognize and identify negative thinking and behavioural patterns. From there, you’ll develop better and healthier patterns while acknowledging how certain thoughts and behaviours may have contributed to developing an addiction.
  • Motivational therapy. This is a method of treatment that helps you stay motivated to recover. It can be a difficult process and it’s easy to lose heart. We’ll use specific techniques and lines of questioning to help you maintain a genuine desire to continue treatment and heal.
  • Trauma-informed therapy. This is where your therapist operates in a way that specifically avoids any triggers you have or anything else that may bring up traumatic memories. This can be important for those with heavy or fresh trauma that they still struggle with day-to-day.

In addition to multiple private sessions each week, you’ll go through some group therapy as well. If this sounds scary or intimidating, consider the many benefits you’ll experience:


  • By engaging in conversation, you’ll feel less alone. You’ll develop a support network and create a sense of community and belonging.
  • Fresh perspective. By hearing the stories of others, you’ll gain a new perspective on some things while perhaps learning something new.
  • Confidence. Everyone progresses differently, but hearing even the small successes of your fellows can help you stay confident in your own treatment. This may also help you become more confident speaking and sharing yourself, whether in public or private.

Lastly, we offer a solid variety of holistic practices, activities, and therapies. These additional resources are here to further enhance your recovery while making your stay more enjoyable. It’s an important part of our hallucinogen recovery program for women, and may even benefit your life long-term!

Some of these things include:

  • Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Journaling
  • Art therapy
  • Access to nature
  • Workout equipment
  • Local and in-house NA, CA, and AA meetings
  • Motivational speakers
  • And more

We hope you enjoy these things thoroughly while learning more about yourself and making breakthroughs. Things like yoga and meditation can help you stay calm, focused, and relaxed while journaling and art helps you express yourself!

Like any drug, too much frequent use can lead to dependence and eventually addiction. It can happen quickly, or be slower depending on the person. You may not even realize you or someone you know is falling into addiction. If you’re unsure or at all worried about yourself or a loved one, there are several physical and behavioral signs you can look for:

  • Spending copious amounts of time using hallucinogens
  • Attempting but failing to stop
  • Using drugs in situations where it’s unsafe to do so
  • Continuing to use hallucinogens even after experiencing negative side effects or consequences
  • Uncharacteristically aggressive or violent behaviour
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Increased blood pressure
  • Respiratory problems
  • Vision problems
  • Dizziness
  • Numbness in legs or arms
  • Muscle spasms
  • Memory issues
  • Poor focus

In addition to enjoying the effects of hallucinogens, avoiding the unpleasant withdrawal symptoms is another reason one may become addicted. Withdrawal symptoms will kick in when you stop using as frequently as you have been.

Some of these symptoms include:

  • Memory problems
  • Anxiety
  • Confusion
  • Depression
  • Agitation
  • Impaired reflexes
  • Seizures
  • Muscle twitches
  • Diminished speech

If you’re concerned about the detox process or are afraid of withdrawal symptoms, consider a stay at our hallucinogen rehab center. Here, you’ll have access to 24/7 care and all the supplies you need for safe detox. Although some parts may be unpleasant, we’ll help you stay as comfortable as possible while providing medical care if needed.

Although the side effects and withdrawal symptoms of hallucinogen addiction are unpleasant, chronic use of the drug comes with several more serious concerns. Too much use and you’ll find yourself experiencing some health issues while being at higher risk for others. Some of these are treatable and reversible, but some will stay with you!

  • Depression
  • Heart problems
  • Suicidal ideation
  • Psychosis
  • Cognitive damage
  • Impaired motor skills

In addition to the physical consequences, you’ll also put a strain on other areas of your life including friends, family, and your career.

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Safe and Healthy Treatment for All

Addiction is a tragic disease that can affect anyone, of any age, and in any circumstance. We offer safe, quiet, and judgment-free psychedelic drug addiction treatment for anyone who needs it! Our average stay lasts about 30-45 days, but all situations are unique.

With only ten patients admitted at any given time, you’ll be able to develop a support network without feeling crowded or overwhelmed. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at any time. Our staff is quick to respond and will get back to you promptly, offering as much help and guidance as they can.

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