Chart Details The Best And Worst Drug Combos


The holiday season is fast approaching, and after the year that was, there’s sure to be a lot of people using their time off to indulge in all sorts of drug-fuelled naughtiness.

Whatever your poison, be it alcohol, pingers or weed, you’ll want to make sure you’re not making any dodgy decisions and combining drugs that are dangerous when taken together. To save any unwanted hospital trips, TripSit has created the Guide To Drug Combinations chart to keep you on the straight and narrow, so to speak.

The fourth iteration of this handy guide from TripSit—whose mission ‘is to provide open discussion of harm reduction techniques and positive support’ for drug users—lists all your major drugs (alcohol, ketamine, cocaine, MDMA, mushrooms etc…) and several research chemicals, detailing what combo of drugs come with the biggest risks.

‘This chart should only be taken as an ‘at-a-glance’ reference to the safety of drug combinations, and we hope for it to be a jumping-off point for the informed drug user to aid in making sensible decisions with drugs. It’s certainly not intended as a sole reference point,’ TripSit warns. And while we don’t encourage drug use, if you’re going to snort your weekly pay away on a Friday night at the pub, you might as well do it safely, and TripSit’s Guide To Drug Combinations a great place to start.

If you or a friend are struggling with drug addiction, you can receive free and confidential advice on the National Alcohol and Other Drug Hotline on 1800 250 015 or checking out the Alcohol and Drug Foundation website.

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