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DMT

DMT is the common name for the hallucinogenic drug N,N-dimethyltryptamine, otherwise known by its scientific name 3-[2-(dimethylamino)ethyl]indole. It is also the root chemical structure for a number of other natural and synthetic hallucinogenic tryptamines, including psilocin, psilocybin, and 5-MeO-DMT, as well as the root structure for other drugs and important chemicals, such as the anti-migraine drug sumatriptan.

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[top]Using DMT

DMT is inactive orally without the aid of an MAOI drug as the enzyme monoamine-oxidase oxidizes orally-taken DMT too quickly for any effect to be noticed. The drug is usually therefore vaporized or snorted, or taken as part of an ayahuasca brew combining DMT with an MAOI. When combined with a pharmecutical MAOI drug, the resulting combination is called 'pharmahuasca'.

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. When smoked, injected, or ingested in combination with a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI), DMT induces an intense hallucinogenic and psychedelic state.

[top]Ways of administration:

[top]Smoking


Threshold 2 - 5 mg
Light 10 - 20 mg
Common 20 - 40 mg
Strong 40 - 60 mg

[top]Effects of DMT

The effects of Dimethyltryptamine include physically, slightly elevated blood pressure, heart rate, pupil diameter, and rectal temperature. Mentally you go into a hallucinogenic state of mind where you feel you have entered into another world. Loss of understanding what is real and what is not.

[top]Combinations with DMT

[top]Different Uses for DMT



[top]Pharmacology of DMT



[top]Chemistry of DMT

Systematic (IUPAC) name:N,N-dimethyl-1H-indole-3-ethanamine
Synonyms:3-[2-(dimethylamino)ethyl]indole, DMT
Molecular Formula:C12H16N2
Molar mass:188.27 g/mol [2]
CAS Registry Number:61-50-7
Melting Point:44.6-46.8C, 46C (crystals from ethanol and light petroleum)
Boiling Point:60-80C
Flash Point:no data
Solubility:freely soluble in dilute acetic acids and dilute mineral acids; soluble in chloroform, methanol [3]
Additionnal data:pKa 8.68 (ethanol-water)
Notes:All data are old, more than 20 years, probably due to the legal status of DMT
[1]

Van Urk's reagent : blue/violet [3]


[top]The dangers of DMT

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Originally Posted by dmtHELLA View Post
SWIM has witnessed only two true DMT smoking trips, and is now obligated to warn others.

SWIM extracts N-N DMT and gives to friends who are well experienced in hallucinogens.

Only 2 people have crossed the border. This is an outside view on both trips.

The first trip was done by A. A decided to smoke 100mg and has only railed 50mg previously. A smokes all of the DMT and immediately begins to tear of his hair (it is down to his shoulders) and is screaming extremely loud. The DMT was provided by his friend.

The 2nd trip happened last night, and was experienced by J. J smoke over 100mg, which SWIM provided and delt with the pipe for him. J takes 2 HUGE hits and clears the pipe. before letting out the smoke SWIM knows he is no longer here. SWIM can only see wide eyes, looking at nothing, and a large smile. SWIM begins laughing as he thinks this is funny. J is on a chair and has incense right in front of him. He falls into the incense slowly and is then spooked. J does a literal backflip, flipping the chair and landing on his head. He begins to flail around the room and thrash all his limbs and SWIM is immediately on him to prevent J from hurting himself. J is non responsive to any senses except for a very slight response to touch. For 15 minutes SWIM laid on J and held his right arm down, which when free would be hitting himself in the face. Luckily SWIM is a wrestler and can easily subdue him. J is calm when SWIMS body weight is holding his down, but when SWIM is not, J begins to destroy everything and himself. The entire time SWIM is laughing, very very hard as this is the funniest thing he has ever seen and SWIM knows there is no real danger at this moment. J then settles down and SWIM gets off him. J curls into a ball for 5 minutes and slowly regains senses. It is 10 minutes later before he can respond to sound.

DMT has earned SWIM's and J and A's respect.

J and A's consciousness had both left their bodies, leaving only a shell with no intelligence that seemed infatuated only with self destruction.

Both SWIM and J as CPR certified so SWIM made sure J was breathing and knew it would be fine, but SWIM did get frightened when J began shaking his head very very fast and began foaming at the mouth.

This is my warning to any who try DMT, MAKE SURE U HAVE A CAPABLE SITTER

I never though a sitter was necessary for any drug until last night...


[top]Producing DMT

Dimethyltryptamine can be made both synthetically and extracted from various natural plant sources. The most common source is the root bark of Mimosa Hostilis, a tree native to South America. Other genera/species known to contain DMT include many Acacia sp., Desmanthus illinoensis (Illinois bundleflower), Desmodium sp., Virola sp., Arundo donax (giant reed), Phalaris sp. (canarygrasses) and Psychotria sp., especially Psychotria Vidris. It should be cautioned that many of these plant species also contain other alkaloids such as gramine, nicotine, substituted amphetamines, bufotenine and other tryptamines which can be harmful or toxic.

The process of extracting DMT from these plants usually involves crushing the plant matter to a fine powder or liquid, using a non-polar solvent such as naphtha to de-fat the extract then doing an acid/base extraction to obtain the alkaloids from the extract. Purification is not always required to achieve a psychoactive effect but is recommended.

DMT can also be synthesized via a number of different routes. While the easiest routes seem to start from tryptophan, involving decarboxylation into tryptamine followed by N,N-dimethylation to N,N-dimethyltryptamine, this is problematic because the methylation step over-methylates to a N,N,N-trimethyltryptammonium salt. This can be reduced into DMT with either lots of heat/pressure (ref: Otto Snow) or with a strong reducing agent such as Lithium Aluminum Hydride. Methylation via Eschweiler-Clarke reaction involving formic acid/formaldehyde is also problematic because reaction of tryptamines with an aldehyde in acidic solution causes a Pictet-Spengler cyclization reaction to occur, instead creating tryptoline structures.

Other routes begin from indole itself, 3-indoleacetaldehyde, 3-indoleacetic acid, and aniline via formation of a phenylhydrazine. For more, check out the rhodium archives, Tihkal and Otto Snow's works, as well as the forums.


[top]Forms of DMT



[top]Legal status of DMT

DMT is a controlled substance (category : hallucinogen) : 21 CFR, 1308.11 [2].

DMT is illegal in most industrialized countries including the United States. However, living organisms containing DMT are not legally restricted. It is illegal naturally to try and extract the drug from these sources but they are allowed to be shipped freely around most of the modern world. Many of these preparations have other uses such as creating dyes as well as medicinal uses, such as treating burn-victims (Ref: See wiki)

Louisiana has passed Louisiana State Act 159, which outlaws certain plants and preparations of said plants, including Mimosa Hostilis, known to be used for their psychoactive properties except specifically for "aesthetic, landscaping and decorative purposes." For this reason, it may be illegal to import Mimosa root bark in that state without a legitimate reason, and companies may refuse to ship there.

[top]United Nations

[top]USA

DMT is a schedule I hallucinogen in the United States. Like mescaline, certain groups are allowed to use preparations of the drug for religious and ceremonial purposes.

[top]EU



[top]History of DMT



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[top]References

[1] Merck Index, fifteenth edition (2013)
[2] Calculated from Atomic Weights of the Elements, 2007
[3] DMT monograph
[4] http://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/21/1308.11


Created by Alfa, 30-08-2009 at 15:27
Last edited by John_bob, 08-07-2014 at 20:19
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