Buy DMT (N,N-DIMETHYLTRYPTAMINE) without prescription.
What is DMT (N,N-DIMETHYLTRYPTAMINE) ?
DMT (N,N-DIMETHYLTRYPTAMINE) is a hallucinogenic, psychedelic drug. It is the active ingredient in ayahuasca, which has been used for religious rituals and recreation in South America for thousands of years. The substance occurs naturally in many plants and animals, although when ingested as a recreational drug, it is typically more concentrated and potent.
N,N-DIMETHYLTRYPTAMINE has effects similar to LSD and magic mushrooms. As with LSD, some people refer to using DMT as ‘tripping’, which can be a good or bad experience.
How to use N,N-DIMETHYLTRYPTAMINE ?
DMT can be injected, smoked or snorted.
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.
The South American plant, chacruna, contains DMT and is sometimes mixed with the ayahuasca plant to make the shamanic brew, ayahuasca.
This drugs can be prepared for injecting, and this is particularly dangerous.
DMT can be crushed up into a powder and snorted.
How DMT Works?
Like other psychedelic drugs, including shrooms and LSD, it acts on the serotonin receptors in the brain. The changes to serotonin levels and processing in the brain cause visual distortions, or hallucinations. The brain begins to interpret visual, and sometimes auditory, input differently. Most people who experience these changes report seeing an elven or mechanical, crystalline world. While the duration of the hallucination is usually short, the person who experiences it will usually feel that it was real. Some people who abuse the drug numerous times self-report that they have seen the underlying structure of the universe.
Physical side effects of DMT include:
- Increased heart rate.
- Increased blood pressure.
- Dilated pupils.
- Chest pain or tightness.
- Rapid rhythmic movements of the eyes.
- In high doses, DMT can cause seizures, respiratory arrest, and coma.
Depending on the user, the experience of taking the drug can be overwhelmingly exciting, or extremely frightening. The “trip” can be so powerful that users may have a difficult time incorporating the experience into their real life after the moment has passed. The mental side effects associated with the drug can linger for days or even weeks after ingestion.