3 thoughts on “Tea (DMT that is)”

  1. I was wondering if you knew the exact method of preparing this tea. I am doing a college research paper on DMT in the brain and various ways of obtaining this mystical chemical. If you can help me it would be much appreciated. thank you.

  2. Ha, sorry Bree, that’s not the sort of information I have or use. My interest is in enlightement and consciousness.

    I doubt there is anything “mystical” about the chemical contents of “Hoasca” – no doubt some natural alkaloid that affects normal Serotonin and Norepinephrine activity in the brain. It’s the sacramental tradition that gives it special status here.

    There are web sites that provide objective information about such natural psychedelics, but most people seriously interested in studying them would not support making them easier to obtain in public. If it’s formal research, can I suggest you contact Sue Blackmore or follow her link to “Transfom” on this page.

    Legal use of drugs for appropriate (licensed) research is part of their remit.

    Take care

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