DMT is a white crystalline powder that is derived from certain plants found in Mexico, South America and parts of Asia.
It is typically vaporized or smoked in a pipe, or consumed orally in brews like ayahuasca. Occasionally, DMT is snorted or injected.
DMT’s chemical root structure is similar to the anti-migraine drug sumatriptan, and it acts as a non-selective agonist at most or all of the serotonin receptors. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that hugely influences the majority of our body’s brain cells.
When smoked, the average dose of DMT is 30-150 mg, and the onset of action can be felt almost instantly.
The effects peak and plateau for 3-5 minutes, and gradually drop off with the duration of effect totaling 30-45 minutes.
DMT has been used for possibly thousands of years by Amazonian tribes that activate DMT innately in rainforest plants by brewing it in tea, called Ayahuasca with MAOIs (which is necessary to make it active when ingested).
The substance may be among the most powerful psychedelic drugs on earth, with potential for powerful visual hallucinations. There is little evidence to suggest that it could cause chemical dependence or medical complications. However, there is a chance that psychological issues may develop from bad trips.
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