While in Costa Rica, Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly embarked on quite the adventure.
The couple travelled to Central America to consume ayahuasca, a psychedelic beverage, in “a real atmosphere, with indigenous people,” the “Jennifer’s Body” star revealed on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Monday.
The experience causes auditory and visual hallucinations and is supposed to help with anxiety, trauma, and other issues.
They went to a spot known for catering to celebrities looking to go on a spiritual experience, but it turned out to be nothing more than the distant jungle, according to Fox.
“I was hoping it was going to be like glamping, like some kind of five-star experience,” she joked.
“However, when you get there, you’re in the middle of the forest, and you don’t get to eat until after 1 p.m. To get water, you have to walk a long way, and you can’t shower because they’re in a drought,” Fox recounted.
“It wasn’t glamorous, and it was all part of the process of making you vulnerable, so you surrender to the experience.”
The ceremony began with the group, which included approximately 20 other people, puking up their stomach contents by sipping lemongrass tea, according to Fox.
“And you have to vomit a certain amount before they allow you come back with everyone else,” she said of the event, confessing that she and the “Bloody Valentine” rapper were hesitant to throw up in front of others until they realised it was “such a good bonding experience.”
The ceremony lasts three nights, according to the former “Transformers” actor, but she went to Hell for forever in a delusion on the second night.
“Just knowing there is no beginning, medium, or end is torment in and of itself. So you’ve had a true ego death,” she explained.
“It just goes straight into your soul, and it takes you to the psychological prison that you hold yourself in,” Fox, 35, said of the experience, which he said surpassed talk therapy or hypnotherapy “because it just goes straight into your soul, and it takes you to the psychological prison that you hold yourself in.”
“So it’s your own version of hell,” Fox continued, “and I was absolutely there.”