5-methoxy buy DMT is a naturally occurring hallucinogenic indolylalkylamine that potently activates serotonin (5-HT) receptors. As 5-methoxy buy DMT is inactivated by monoamine oxidases, inhibitors of monoamine oxidases are often combined with 5-methoxy DMT to prolong its activity. The pharmacological and toxicological properties of this compound have been recently reviewed. 5-methoxy buy DMT is regulated as a Schedule I compound in the United States.
Buy DMT Interactions with other drugs
- SSRI’s (any selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor, like Prozac)
- Antihypertensive (high blood pressure medicine)
- Appetite suppressants (diet pills)
- Medication for asthma, bronchitis, or other breathing problems; antihistamines; medicines for colds, sinus problems, hay fever, or allergies (any drug containing dextromethorphan/ DXM or with DM, DX or Tus in its name)
- CNS (central nervous system) depressants (Xanax, Ativan, etc.)
Illegal or recreational drugs that are dangerous to combine with DMT include:
- Amphetamines (meth-, dex-, amphetamine), ephedrine, MDMA (Ecstasy), MDA, MDEA, PMA
- Dextromethorphan (DXM)
Illegal or recreational drugs that can be dangerous to combine with DMT include:
- Mescaline (any phenethylamine)
How do you take DMT?
You can most likely take DMT in the these forms, in the ayahuasca brew or smoked as a powder. You can read a detailed guide to smoking it here. The powder form will produce a short-lasting but intense trip, and the ayahuasca brew will produce a long-lasting experience.
Research suggests that it plays an important role in various processes taking place in the central and peripheral nervous systems. All of this makes it is a fairly safe compound to ingest—and helps us understand the potential benefits of a DMT trip.
For centuries, indigenous people have used DMT for healing and change, and, more recently, science is backing this up. Johns Hopkins researchers recently conducted a survey into the anti-depressant qualities of 5-MeO-DMT and found that the use of the compound resulted in huge improvements in well-being—among 362 adults, around 80% of respondents reported improvements in anxiety and depression. Another study, conducted with rats, found that micro dosing DMT also led to positive improvements with anxiety and depression.
All of this could have something to do with DMT’s propensity to creating god- or spirit-like hallucinations. After all, there’s a reason Rick Strassman called it “the spirit molecule”—and a reason the name has stuck. With many psychedelics, studies show that the more a person experiences certain “mystical” qualities during a trip, the more healing they receive, it’s believed that DMT’s ability to make users “see God” could be the key to its healing powers.
However therapeutic DMT may be, it is still a highly potent psychedelic that does cause a range of psychological and physiological changes.
The most common physiological side effects include elevated blood pressure and heart rate, dizziness, lack of coordination, nausea (if DMT is taken as part of ayahuasca), shivering, and potential loss of consciousness. This means that anyone with a heart condition should take high precautions if smoking DMT.
As for the psychological effects, DMT can cause intense open-eyed hallucinations, which can completely alter one’s perception of the environment. This can result in heavy confusion, which may escalate into anxiety or panic. The closed-eyed visualizations can also be overwhelming and may cause a feeling of discomfort, fear, or, at the extreme, psychological trauma. In some users, DMT induces a feeling of separation between the mind/soul and the body. Therefore; losing this connection can catalyze an incredibly powerful and profound shift in consciousness, but it can also produce symptoms of depersonalization.
Lastly, the cases where it really might be potentially harmful is when there is interaction with other drugs or substances. Refer to the Pharmacology section of this guide for more information on what to avoid.
To ensure your safety, it’s to always have a sober sitter present. We can’t stress the importance of this enough.