I think if Sulayman AS was calling for help from Jinns, what's it different from us calling for another human's help?
I think there is a way for us to communicate with Jinn and it has to do with the state of Sakar
and it has something to do with the usage of ثَمَرَاتِ النَّخِيلِ وَالْأَعْنَابِ grapvine and fruit of some sort, Graham Hancock has some mentioning on ayahuascan brew of some sort.
Sakar is not intoxicant, since the word sends out a negative connotation unless you regard death as negative.
As long as we don't worship the jinn or human in that case we should be safe.