DMT or dimethyltryptamine, is a potent and fast-acting, naturally-occurring psychedelic drug that in fact is present in the human body, and in every living being. Found in many plants DMT has been used over the ages by many cultures as a psychedelic in both extract and synthesized forms. DMT was first synthesised in a laboratory by Canadian chemist Richard Manske in 1931, and it was later extracted from the roots of Mimosa hostilis in 1946. Pure DMT at room temperature is a clear or white to yellowish-red crystalline solid.
In the United States DMT is currently listed as a Schedule I Drug although there are exceptions for religious uses.
DMT is generally not active orally. Smoking or injecting the drug can produce powerful hallucinations for a short time (normally less than half an hour unless combined with other drugs\ingredients). A standard dose of DMT smoked is between 15-60 mg. This is generally smoked in a few successive breaths. The effects last for a short period of time, usually 5 to 30 minutes, dependent on the dose. The onset after inhalation is very fast (less than 45 seconds) and peak effects are reached within a minute. When DMT is inhaled, the duration is markedly increased, and some users report diminished euphoria but an intensified otherworldly experience.
DMT experiences can include profound time-dilation, visual and auditory illusions, and other experiences that, by most firsthand accounts, defy verbal or visual description. Some users report intense erotic imagery and sensations. Users should be wary as the effects hit the brain within a matter of seconds and quickly lead to a near-catatonic state.
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