DMT has a very strong and unusual smell and taste which people have likened to burnt plastic and new shoes.
DMT can be smoked or eaten if taken with Ayahuasca vine .
Because DMT is a very harsh and potent drug to smoke, it is sometimes mixed with herbs – such as ayahuasca – to make changa. Each batch of changa is different depending on what herbs are used, so strengths vary. Another method is the vaporizer with the spice sprinkled on mullein, which makes the smoke more tolerable.
The South American plant, chacruna, contains DMT and is sometimes mixed with the ayahuasca plant to make the shamanic brew, ayahuasca.
DMT is known for giving users a very intense ‘trip’ – the name given to the experience of taking psychedelic drugs.
The world appears very distorted when you trip on DMT: colors, sounds, objects and even time can seem very strange, and some people experience out-of-body experiences.
Taking DMT can make you:
As with any hallucinogenic drug, people can react unpredictably when they’re on DMT.
Some users have reported feeling like they’re going through a near death experience, and become very quiet and inward-looking as a result.
Some people report not being to move while they’re on DMT.
How long the effects last and the drug stays in your system depends on how much you’ve taken, your size, whether you’ve eaten and what other drugs you may have also taken.
When smoked, DMT kicks in very quickly. When taken as part of an ayahuasca ceremony, it can take much longer to take effect.
DMT trips are known for being extremely intense but also very short – sometimes lasting only a few minutes. When taken as part of an ayahuasca ceremony, a DMT trip can last several hours.
Lots of indigenous peoples in South America use drinks or food that contain DMT as part of their culture – the best known example is ayahuasca ceremonies.
For this reason, some people think DMT is spiritual and therefore safe, bit it is still a chemical hallucinogen.
This means it can:
DMT can produce very unpredictable – and sometimes very frightening – effects, which feed off a person's imagination.
If panic sets in, the experience can be scary and confusing.
Taking a hallucinogen like DMT can:
There’s no evidence to suggest that DMT is addictive, but you can become tolerant to its effects. This means you need to take more of it to get the same effect as before.
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