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DMT is a hallucinogenic chemical that occurs naturally in some types of mushrooms and, as well, can be extracted from the bark of certain plants. It belongs to the same family as LSD and has a similar effect. It can also be made synthetically.
It can be smoked in a pipe or joint, swallowed, snorted or brewed into a drink called ayahuasca. It can also be injected into the bloodstream using a syringe. It can cause visual and auditory hallucinations. Users describe the experience as otherworldly and mystical. They sometimes talk about having a near-death experience or of meeting angels and gods.
Psychedelic drugs can cause serious side effects, such as delusions and psychosis. It’s important to use the drug in a safe environment with trusted friends and be in good health before taking it. People with pre-existing mental illness, especially schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorders, should not take Buy DMT in Australia because it can worsen their symptoms. Similarly, people with depression and bipolar disorder may have a bad trip on DMT. It is particularly dangerous for people who are on certain medications, such as antidepressants and mood stabilisers.
In a study that looked at patterns of DMT and other tryptamine use in Australia, researchers found that the number of people who reported recreational DMT usage had more than doubled between 2007/08 and 2013/14. The increase was seen across all levels of education, family income and race/ethnicity. The most common route of administration was smoking. Ayahuasca was the second most popular method of use followed by snorting and ingestion.
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DMT is a powerful psychoactive neurotransmitter that affects the entire brain, including parts of the limbic system involved in emotion and memories. It acts as a non-selective agonist at most or all serotonin receptors, with the greatest affinity for the 5-ht2a receptor. It’s been found to reduce anxiety, depression, and PTSD in some patients.
It was recently approved as a breakthrough therapy in the US, for treatment-resistant depression and PTSD. Psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD and MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for severe depression were awarded this status because clinical trials have shown that the drugs have a strong potential for significant improvement over existing therapies.
Many psychiatrists have welcomed the decision to allow them to prescribe psilocybin and MDMA. They say it’s a baby step, but they expect that psychedelic medicines will transform psychiatry. They were previously banned, and demonised in the media as part of an ill-conceived ‘war on drugs’. Prohibition delayed research into these potentially life-changing drugs.
Despite these side effects, many people who have used DMT report that the spiritual encounter they had was very real and lasted longer than their normal consciousness. Additionally, they believe that the entity that they communicated with still exists somewhere in the universe.