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▪ Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) is a powerful psychedelic drug.
▪ It is a type of tryptamine alkaloid.
▪ It is a naturally occurring substance,
found in various plants and animals,
and in small quantities in the human brain,
where its function is unknown.
• DMT exists in a number of different forms. It is usually smoked,
but can also be injected or ingested.
• DMT is considered to be a powerful hallucinogen, producing a
much more intense effect than other popular hallucinogens.
DMT is released during psychedelic states:
▪ Near death experiences
DMT negative effect :
The thick smoke of DMT results in the majority of the adversities.
- Some of the most common effects include:
o Increased heart rate.
o Respiratory irritation.
o Upset stomach/vomiting.
o Increased body temperature.
o Intense visuals/altered perception.
o Panic attacks/hysteria.
o Loss of consciousness.
WHAT makes DMT so special?
most potent psychedelic known to man, we are born with it in
Produced from pineal gland during near death
experiences(NDEs), during birth and when you dream.
Structurally, It resembles neurotransmitter “Serotonin” which
responsible for most of our thoughts, feelings and reactions.
Brain forms impenetrable shield, “Blood-Brain barrier” to
prevent crossing of toxins to brain tissue but allow DMT to cross
it, according to Japanese scientist.
DMT is also the primary active ingredient of ayahuasca, a tea
that Amazonian tribes brew from two plants and drink as a
Ayahuasca has been known to treat today’s most wide- spread
diseases, such as depression, addiction, cancer and list goes on.
Could DMT be what helps to heal our physiological and
After hearing about ayahuasca from the legendary
Harvard botanist Richard Shultes, the writer William
Burroughs traveled to South America and swilled
the stuff in 1953.
In a letter to the poet Allen Ginsberg, Burroughs
said that during his first ayahuasca trip he thought he
had been poisoned, and he felt himself turning into
half-man-half-woman. Burroughs nonetheless drank
the tea again and praised its ability to facilitate “space
DMT study that changed every thing!
In 1990, Rick Strassman, a psychiatrist at
the University of New Mexico, conduct an
About half of all participant reported making
contact with strange entities or beings.
They described them as “Aliens”, “helpers”
Could we really be dealing with
another dimension of existence?
1- DMT allow awareness at cellular level even atomic levels, tapping
into the neuro-pathway of the brain or even commuication
2- processing old data of Brain with a new factor in the base
algorithm (disruption/excitement at the Brain receptor).
3-The sensation of seeing aliens, elves, or being in the presence of
God(s) is not unique to DMT users. recent research has shown that
by stimulating parts of the temporal lobe you can reliably reproduce
the feeling of being in the presence of God
In 1931, the first time synthesized DMT by Canadian chemist:
In 1946, the discovery of DMT as natural product by the
Brazillian chemist: Oswaido de lima.
Starting 1955, DMT has been found in 50 different species of
plants and 4 different animals.
In 1957, DR: Stephan Sezaro, discovered the effect of DMT by
injecting him self in the laboratory.
In 1965 ,two German researcher, F. Franzen and H. Gross,
published a paper in the flagship British science journal Nature
announcing that they had isolated DMT from human blood.
In 1972 , Nobel-prize winning scientist Julius Axelrod of the U.S.
National Institutes of Health reported finding it in human brain
In 2012, Egyptian auther, Ahmed Mourd, wrote a novel
about the effect of DMT on young people
In 2014, Egyptian team work
created a dramatically film
called"The blue elephant",
referes to the novel to be easily
known for public.
▪ DMT is Schedule 1 in :
▪ Estonia, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Russia andThe
▪ This means it is illegal to manufacture, buy, possess, or
distribute (sell, trade or give) without a DEA license.
▪ Australia :
South Australia controls "any plant containing DMT
• Brazil and Japan :
List DMT as a controlled substance, making production,
distribution, or possession illegal .
▪ Canada :
▪ DMT is Schedule 3
▪ Denmark :
▪ DMT is on the "B-List" of drugs.
▪ All the group members disagree with DMT Drug ,
because DMT is illegal and forbidden.
▪ DMT is classified as a Schedule I drug under the UN 1971
Convention on Psychotropic Substances, meaning that use of
DMT is supposed to be restricted to scientific research and
medical use and international trade in DMT is supposed to be
▪ Dimethyltryptamine (or DMT) is a psychedelic drug that can
induce out of body or near death experiences.
▪ Dimethyltryptamine is a naturally occurring neurotransmitter
similar in structure to serotonin.
▪ DMT is found naturally in the mammalian brain and is theorized
to play an important role in thought processing, dreaming and
near-death experiences, as well as meditation and out-of-body
experiences such as astral-projection.
Dimethyltryptamine can be made both synthetically and
extracted from various natural plant sources.
He theorizes that it is created in trace amounts by the pineal
gland during normal metabolism, and may be released in
massive amounts during birth, death, hallucinations and
It is also used in certain religious practices, presumably for its
ability to induce divine insights, visions and feelings of euphoria.
The effects of Dimethyltryptamine include physically, slightly
elevated blood pressure, heart rate, pupil diameter, and rectal
▪ DMT itself I forgot most of the trip, but I remember it felt like the most
"right" psychedelic, like it was what psychedelic faculties were meant for.
It seemed a step above anything else.
▪ LSD- telepathy and great light filled visions, love of good and knowledge
of psychic energy manipulation.
▪ Diphenhydramine: much telepathy, knowledge of what it would be like to
be in a dementia world with no life and how to survive.The telepathy was
unreal...but not worth the extremely negative effects it had on the brain.
▪ various RCs on blotter- maxed-out electric feeling, lots of good times,
helped a guy I know get off blow.
▪ DOx- brief holotropic work, saw into darker side.
▪ These are the dangers common to all psychedelic drugs:
Accidental injury: When on a psychedelic drug, it is easier to
accidentally injure yourself.
Bad trips: A bad trip is a negative psychedelic experience. It can
range from a mildly negative feeling of anxiety/discomfort, to full-
Permanent psychosis: Psychedelics are believed by researchers
not to cause permanent psychosis, however they could trigger a
latent mental illness in someone who was already predisposed to it,
or make existing mental illnesses worse.