D is for DMT
Dimethyltryptamine. Some people claim that it can be synthesized from some plants. That is not true at all. It is however, already present in some plants such as mimosa hostillis. It can be extracted from such plants by almost anyone. Its cheap and easy to extract, and yet almost nobody sells it.
The trip from DMT can last a little as 5 minutes and up to 30(smoked). Other routes of use include IV and oral consumption in combination with a monoamine oxidase inhibitor(MAOI). Oral preparation of DMT in combination with an MAOI are comonly refered to as ayahuasca, or yage. The active dose of DMT is higher than that of Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD) or psilocybin, or salvinorum A. However, the trip itself is much more intense. On LSD and psilocybin you can still function. On DMT you cant do much other than stare at the floor.
The history of DMT is a long and complex one, dating back to the ancient use of ayahuasca by the Aztecs and other indigenous peoples of the Americas. DMT is a naturally occurring substance found in many plants, including the chacruna plant, which is used to make ayahuasca. Ayahuasca has been used for centuries for its spiritual and medicinal properties, and it is still used today by some indigenous groups.
In the 1950s, DMT was first synthesized in a laboratory by Richard Manske. This led to a number of scientific studies of the drug, which showed that it is a powerful hallucinogen. DMT can produce intense visual and auditory hallucinations, as well as feelings of euphoria, fear, and anxiety. The effects of DMT typically last for 15-30 minutes.
In the 1960s, DMT became popular among the counterculture movement. The drug was seen as a way to expand consciousness and to experience other dimensions of reality. However, DMT use also became associated with negative consequences, such as psychosis and flashbacks.
In the 1970s, DMT was made illegal in the United States and in many other countries. Today, DMT is still considered a Schedule I drug, which means that it is illegal to possess or use without a prescription. However, DMT continues to be used by some people for recreational and spiritual purposes.
Here are some additional details about the history of DMT:
DMT was first used by indigenous peoples of the Americas for centuries.
DMT was first synthesized in a laboratory in the 1950s.
DMT became popular among the counterculture movement in the 1960s.
DMT was made illegal in the United States and in many other countries in the 1970s.
Today, DMT is still considered a Schedule I drug, but it continues to be used by some people for recreational and spiritual purposes.
A molecule of dreams,
A key to open doors unseen,
A gateway to another place,
A place of pure embrace.
The mind is blown away,
The senses all a-sway,
The world is turned upside down,
And all is new and found.
The walls of reality,
They seem to melt away,
And all that’s left is you,
And the infinite blue.
A journey into the unknown,
A trip to the other side,
A glimpse of something more,
A taste of what’s divine.
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