Megan Fox opened up about her experimentation with the psychedelic drug ayahuasca and said the trip was actually like going to “hell for eternity.”
The “Transformers” actress discussed the intense experience on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Monday night. The 35-year-old actress revealed she took a trip to Costa Rick with her boyfriend, Machine Gun Kelly, to try the drug in a proper setting with indigenous people. As you know, the plant is made into a psychoactive tea, which has become popular amongst Hollywood celebrities.
The tea, which causes auditory and visual hallucinations, is normally taken over a three-day span in an outdoor setting.
Megan Fox Describes BRUTAL Trip On Psychedelic Drug
“So we went to Costa Rica to do ayahuasca in a proper setting with indigenous people,” she said. Adding, “So I was thinking it was like glamping like it was gonna be some kind of five-star experience.”
She continued, “But you get there and you really are in the middle of the jungle, and you don’t get to eat after 1 p.m. You have to walk a very far distance to get your water and you can’t shower because they’re in a drought, [There was] nothing glamourous about it and it’s all a part of making you vulnerable so you sort of surrender to the experience.”
Incredibly, Fox recalled how preparations for the spiritual ceremony began by lining up with “20 other strangers” to induce vomiting. Of course, Kelly had reservations about throwing up in front of other people but described it as a “necessary step” in the bonding experience.
How Bad Is It?!
“That gets you ready to then go into the ceremony that night because you’re like, my vanity is gone, I’ve just done this in front of all of these strangers and now I’m ready to really open up,” Fox recalled.
After drinking the substance, Fox described the three-day experience as “incredibly intense” and said, “Everybody’s journey is different, but on the second night, I went to Hell for eternity. Just knowing its eternity is torture in itself because there’s no beginning, middle, or end. So you have a real ego death.”
At that point, she called part of her experience…HELL. “It just goes straight into your soul, and it takes you to the psychological prison that you hold yourself in,” Fox explained. Adding, “So it’s your own version of hell, and I was definitely there.”
In the end, many describe the experience as an awakening, and many have used it to combat issues like drug abuse. Many also believe the experience can help with anxiety and other ailments.
Sounds like fun?!