By VICE Staff

You have almost definitely used drugs at least once in the last month. Might have been alcohol, might have been cocaine, might have been an expired angina medication that some deep web psychonaut discovered is good for making it feel like your tongue is about to explode.

The Global Drug Survey wants to hear all about your drug-taking experiences so it can continue to build a comprehensive record of how and why people use drugs around the world. Over the past few years, the anonymous data the team has gathered has revealed new drug trends and information, and has helped to inform policy and new harm reduction strategies.

This year, alongside all the more general stuff about what drugs you use, how often you use them, and what they were like, the GDS wants to know your opinion on: CBD and how people are using cannabis to treat their illnesses; what drinkers regret doing when they’ve been drunk; how exactly MDMA users dose over the course of a night; how people self-medicate with psychedelics; and, lastly, how variations in drug policy and access to harm reduction advice in different venues affected your approach to getting on it.