Personally I used to do coffee every morning, but I switched to tea so that makes up my caffeine intake, usually, unless of course I decide to indulge in a pepsi or something.
As for alcohol, I have drank plenty of times, however I only drink in moderation (used to be once a month or less, now I haven't been drunk in nearly half a year). Overall it can be a fun but dangerous drug to use, definitely not one to abuse.
I have smoked tobacco products, from cigarettes to cigars to cigarillos to tobacco in a hookah or pipe, but overall its not for me. I don't like the taste and feel as though it serves no purpose aside from cutting my life and wallet shorter.
I began smoking marijuana at around the age of 15, used it occasionally. Throughout junior year and senior year of high school I was a major stoner, smoking every day and multiple times a day. After high school I cut down to using it once a day, usually at night time before I am going to sleep. My routine is to smoke, drink chamomile tea, and listen to some relaxing tunes and allowing that to flow into meditation. However, now that I am older, I find marijuana to be less fun than it used to be, induces a nearly uncontrollable urge to eat junk food, increases anxiety, and is getting in the way of my responsibilities so I am trying to quit. The difficult aspect behind quitting is that I get weed for free and my best friends all smoke. I realize, however, that is something that must be done.
I have done magic mushrooms three times, each time being one of the greatest, most profound and reality shattering events in my life. I had what a John Hopkins study has confirmed as a mystical experience (http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/press_re ... 11_06.html
) and overall it has been a choice that has left me with mixed results. On the one hand, I am glad to have received such powerful events, and to have learned what I have, but on the other hand it makes me feel a bit alienated and antagonistic to bourgeois civilization, the daily grind so to speak. It has made me feel at a deeper spiritual side of myself on the one hand, and on the other it has made me feel a sort of metaphysical anguish to live in such a deeply materialistic, consumer driven society.
I have also done Salvia, which I would recommend not using. It was a deep experience to have once, but I would not want too have it again. Imagine an LSD trip compacted into 5 minutes except with about 100x the strength. Its alright, but way to scary to try again.
Aside from this, I haven't done too many drugs. I tried opiates when I was in high school, but after a bad experience and the general negative side effects and possibility of addiction, I never did them again. I have also tried the Polynesian drink Kava Kava, if you consider that a drug.