AKA: DIMITRI, DMT, AYAHUASCA
What is DMT?
Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) is a hallucinogenic drug, which means you’re likely to experience a distorted view of objects and reality and it can cause hallucinations. It’s effects are 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.
A number of indigenous people’s traditions and religions use drinks or food, such as ayahuasca, that contain DMT.
This has led some people to consider DMT as being ‘spiritual’ and ‘safe’ rather than seeing it as a chemical hallucinogen.
What does DMT look like?
In its pure form, DMT is a white, crystalline powder or solid, however, pure DMT is rare and it’s more common to get impure DMT, which can be a yellow, orange or pink powder or solid.
DMT is normally sold in wraps, containing between an eighth and a half of a gram of DMT. Prices start at £25, but increase as the purity of the DMT increases.
How is DMT taken?
DMT can be injected, smoked or snorted.
What are the effects of DMT?
The effects of DMT include:
What are the risks of taking DMT?
How pure is DMT?
DMT is rare and there is little evidence on how pure it is.
Can you get addicted to DMT?
As with LSD, there is no evidence that DMT is addictive but tolerance may develop rapidly so that with repeated use a higher dose is needed to get the same effects. The tolerance probably goes back to normal quite quickly after stopping taking it for a period.
DMT and the law
What if you’re caught?
If the Police catch you with DMT, they’ll always take some action. This could include a formal caution, arrest and prosecution.
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