dimethyltryptamine


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dimethyltryptamine

 (DMT) [di-meth″il-trip´tah-mēn]
a hallucinogenic substance derived from the plant Prestonia amazonica.

dimethyltryptamine

/di·meth·yl·tryp·ta·mine/ (DMT) (di-meth″il-trip´tah-mēn) a hallucinogenic substance derived from the plant Prestonia amazonica, which is native to parts of South America and the West Indies.

dimethyltryptamine

(dī-mĕth″ĭl-trĭp′tă-mēn),

DMT

An agent that in low doses has hallucinogenic action like that of LSD.

dimethyltryptamine

1. a group of alkaloids found in the grass Phalaris aquatica and known to be closely associated with the acute form of poisoning with this plant.
2. a hallucinogenic substance derived from the plant Prestonia amazonica; abbreviated DMT.
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Inclusion criteria were that participants must never have previously taken ayahuasca, nor ayahuasca analogues (any combination of N,N dimethyltryptamine and a monoamine oxidase inhibitor) in any setting prior to the study and were required to pass the Mini Mental Status Exam (Folstein, Folstein & McHugh 1975) at the outset of the study.
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me one user calling himself Foaf revealed he used e-cigarettes to take powerful hallucinogen Dimethyltryptamine - known as DMT and dubbed "the spirit molecule".
The drug, dimethyltryptamine, which also induces severe vomiting, can be lethal and is users often report having visions of elves, gnomes and imps.
It contains dimethyltryptamine, or DMT, and is also known to cause nausea, diarrhoea and psychological distress.
A bibliographical research was performed searching for toxicological information on ayahuasca, dimethyltryptamine, harmine, and related compounds; clinical trials of acute ayahuasca administration; and studies of long-term ayahuasca consumption; as of May 2013.