When you hear the words legal drugs, what do you think of? For many people, legal drugs are medications, or painkillers, or even drugs like caffeine and nicotine. These kinds of drugs are commonplace in society – taken, for better or for worse, by millions of people. But legal drugs can also be used for recreation or to create a different mood. People of all ages want to enjoy themselves on a night out, when they go to a club or a gig. These people are looking for a little excitement and want to enjoy their free time to the max, but they also don’t want to risk their health by taking drugs that are illegal and potentially very harmful. Legal drugs are natural products that can offer benefits to partygoers and clubbers without the potential dangers. Because they are legal, it is completely safe to take these kinds of drugs without risking a prison sentence or criminal charges. Legal drugs are often made from herbs and plants that are reputed to have a positive effect on a person’s body or their mind, and many of these herbs have been used for thousands of years by different cultures. Natural drugs and legal highs are increasingly popular at music festivals and parties. Many people want to change their mood a little but don’t want to lose they want to experience something new but don’t want to harm their health. Serious side effects are very rare with herbal highs; that being said, users may sometimes experience a headache or a little dizziness. It is still important, even when the drugs are legal, to use them in a responsible way and pay attention to the dose instructions as given. Because these kinds of herbal supplements are not mass-produced, the effects may be different for different people. And, although they have been tested safe for human consumption – as a food supplement – so they are safe to take in the quantities suggested, it’s still not advisable to drive or operate machinery under the influence of these legal highs. Before you take any herbal supplement, check with your doctor if you also have a serious health condition. Stop taking the supplement if you experience any bad effects. Remember that herbal highs come in a variety of strengths, so experiment with the lower-strength drugs first if you are unsure what effect they will have on you.