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DMT

COMMON & BRAND NAMES

DMT, Dimitri, Divine Moments of Truth, Businessman’s Trip

EFFECTS CLASSIFICATION

Psychedelic Tryptamine

CHEMICAL NAME

N,N-dimethyltryptamine

DESCRIPTION

DMT is a powerful, visual psychedelic which produces short-acting effects when smoked. It is used orally in combination with an MAOI. It is naturally produced in the human brain and by many plants. DMT is a psychoactive chemical in the tryptamine family, which causes intense visuals and strong psychedelic mental effects when smoked, injected, snorted, or when swallowed. When smoked, DMT generally reaches full effects within 10-60 seconds of inhalation. The main effects of DMT last approximately 5-20 minutes when smoked, with a period of 1-2 hours before fully returning to some what normal in most peoples case.

EFFECTS

  • short duration
  • overwhelming fear
  • immersive experiences
  • slight stomach discomfort
  • radical perspective shifting
  • overly-intense experiences
  • hard on the lungs to smoke
  • change in perception of time
  • auditory hallucination (buzzing)
  • powerful “rushing” of sensation
  • difficulty integrating experiences
  • profound life-changing spiritual experiences
  • intense open eye visuals and kaleidoscope patterning
  • color shifting (for example red green and gold coloring to the whole world)
  • fast onset and intensity can lead to problems if not prepared (dropped pipe, knocking things over, falling)

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LSD

2 Hits of Blotter Acid

COMMON & BRAND NAMES

Acid, L, Tabs, Blotter, Doses, Trips, Window Panes, Sugar Cubes, Dosing, Gel Tabs, Microdots, 10 Strips, A Sheet, A Vial

EFFECTS CLASSIFICATION

Psychedelic

CHEMICAL NAME

d-lysergic acid diethylamide

DESCRIPTION

LSD is widely known and the most researched psychedelic. It is the standard against which all other psychedelics are compared. It is active at extremely low doses and is most commonly available on blotter or in liquid form. LSD is one of the most commonly used ‘psychedelic’ or ‘hallucinogenic’ substance. It comes in a variety of forms, but is virtually always taken orally. Today, LSD is most commonly found in the form of small squares of paper called blotter (full sheets of paper are decorated with artwork or designs, perforated, then soaked in liquid LSD solution and dried). Other forms include, pills, gelatin sheets or shapes (pyramids, cubes, etc), liquid, sugar cubes dosed with liquid lsd, and powder. Blotter is most common because it is easily produced, easily concealable and the format allows for few adulterant chemicals. LSD was first synthesized in 1938 and discovered to be psychoactive in 1943. It became popular in the ’60’s and was made illegal to possess in 1968. It has been widely available on the black market since that time.

EFFECTS

  • nausea
  • anxiety
  • mood lift
  • flashbacks
  • pupil dilation
  • megalomania
  • difficulty focusing
  • dizziness, confusion
  • tension, jaw tension
  • increased perspiration
  • paranoia, fear, and panic
  • slight increase in heart rate
  • closed and open eye visuals
  • change in perception of time
  • unusual thoughts and speech
  • increase in energy (stimulation)
  • slight increase in body temperature
  • unwanted and overwhelming feelings
  • increase in associative & creative thinking
  • profound life-changing spiritual experiences
  • unwanted life-changing spiritual experiences
  • increased awareness & appreciation of music
  • increased awareness of senses. (eating, drinking, smell)
  • over-awareness & over-sensitization to music and noise
  • general change in consciousness (as with most psychoactives)
  • unusual body sensations (facial flushing, chills, goosebumps, body energy)
  • increased salivation and mucus production (causes coughing in some people)
  • quickly changing emotions (happiness, fear, gidiness, anxiety, anger, joy, irritation

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