Okay so this is partly an experience but it also segways into an important health question so I wasn't sure if this was the correct place to put it, anyhow lets begin. Story So to summarize best I can, before I started using psychedelics I was a heavy smoker. Weed would definitely have been my substance of choice. I later discovered my love for psychedelic mushrooms and started to use them alot more frequently then any person with a tenth of a brain knows they should. I basically was doing them in large doses every week. Now the final time I did them I did my regular large dose and tripped hard but in a very pleasant way as I had numerous times before. Although this time, for the first time my trip turned very bad. (obviously due to me overdoing the bejesus out of it) at least thats what I assume. Now from what I'd heard prior to this, a bad trip was just temporary discomfort but mine was so intense that it essentially gave me some ptsd. After two months of daily panic attacks and some other very messed up shit going down, Including: - Anxiety/attacks - Depression - quick hallucinations - all around feeling like a bag of dicks. I decided to go see a doctor. The doctor diagnosed me with drug induced anxiety. I worked with meditation and various other methods of relaxation and I'm now able to keep myself relatively anxiety attack free although there is the odd one here and there. The question Okay that was a long summary. Finally the issue I'm curious about. As I said weed used to be my favourite but with the effects of this fun situation I described above I also cannot smoke weed anymore. My high is fine but my burnout triggers awful panic attacks and this is insanely upsetting to me. Weed has always been my waiting period drug to keep me from frequenting harder stuff even more than I already do. That and it has helped me mend numerous relationships and I would very much like to be able to smoke it again. Do any of you experienced people out there have any advice as to how I could possibly make this happen ? P.S any thoughts at all are welcome!