Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) is a powerful hallucinogen. It is studied by the psychedelic team at Imperial College London, UK.
DMT’s journey is said to mimic the feelings of dying very precisely. To the extent that the wearer describes it as having an illusion similar to a near-death experience. (Near-death experiences are psychological events recorded by people who approached or believed they were dying .)
For the first time in history, scientists have measured the similarities between DMT journeys and near-death experiences. Their results were published in Frontiers in Psychology in August.
EAR-DEATH EXPERIENCE – A WAY TO HELP US FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE DIE.
Hallucinogens (. Things that occur naturally in our bodies.) Or are known as the main components of ayahuasca. – Traditional brewed wine is sipped in spiritual rituals of some indigenous peoples of the Amazon basin. In recent years, such rituals have also become popular. Attracting large numbers of Western tourists looking to broaden their psychological horizons. Ayahuasca translates from the Quechua language into “vine of the dead” or “vine of the soul”.
The researchers also concluded that near-death experiences are caused by physical changes in the brain. They hope DMT will help them better understand what happens to the brain when people die.
DMT is one of the most powerful shikigami. It is widely used in tribal ceremonies in South and Central America. Visitors who come here are also allowed to use DMT when participating in the ceremony.
People who take this hallucinogenic drug say they are “out of bodies”, traveling to another world.
DMT is referred to by a number of slang terms:
- businessman’s trip
- businessman’s special
- forty-five-minute psychosis
Possible side effects of DMT include:
- Increased heart rate
- increased blood pressure
- chest pain or tightness
- dilated pupils
- rapid rhythmic movements of the eye
When taken orally, DMT can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.