5-MeO-DMT, according to Urban Dictionary, is a ‘mindf**k’ drug, causing visuals described as if the universe is imploding into one’s head, which can either be blissful or scary. Explaining it further, a user will either make him sh** himself, not in the literal manner, or experience something transcendental, applicable to people who can handle its effects well.
But even though 5-MeO-DMT can be derived different plant and tree species and even in the Bufo Alvarius toad, the drug’s most popular source, first timers should be aware of its concentrations and ratios.
Traditionally, it has been used by the natives of the Central and South America in healing ceremonies, divine communions and vision quests (*Also used as an admixture to ayahuasca). People prepare its snuff coming from seeds of 5-MeO-DMT-containing trees, which are then roasted, shelled and ground into a very fine powder. And to administer it, one uses a long pipe to blow the snuff up onto another person’s nose.
For modern users, they usually snort or inject in its salt form, but vaporize it using a thin, glass pipe in its freebase form (from two to 15mg), leading to an intense psychedelic experience to last from five to 15 minutes (but sometimes is accompanied by muscle tremors and vomiting). If you’re doing at least 10mg, make sure there is a sober sitter with you so that he/she can watch over you (especially you may shake uncontrollably) and that he can take the pipe once you’re done to avoid it from breaking.
On some thoughts about tryptamines, in particular to 5-MeO-DMT, Serendipity publishes that on one second, a user will be enjoying or wasting his life away, and then his mind will forcefully be thrust towards a bright light in the next minute. This light, it adds, seems to look very friendly and knowledgeable that it can represent an easy way out that will resist the madness (and pain) one’s living mind is suffering from. It adds that any past and/or future events in one’s life can flash before his eyes in only fractions of a second; in fact, he might be able to see his deceased loved ones, who are telling him to resist the light and go back to reality. And when he does, he will be able to come out the daze as a changed person, someone with new life agenda and with a happier outlook.
Sounds interesting, don’t you think? If you have your very own experience of this drug, feel free to share it with the community by submitting your review or writing in the comment section below.
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