DMT (Dimethyltryptamine) is a natural tryptamine molecule found in many plants and animals. Ayahuasca DMT is one of the primary active ingredients in the Ayahuasca plant. It can be consumed as a psychedelic drug for the purpose of healing. It is commonly called the “spirit molecule.” DMT can be inhaled, injected, or orally ingested, and its effects depend on the dose. It is typically ingested and the effects can last up to three hours. It can be found in a variety of plants, consisting of ayahuma bark, capirona bark, chullachaki caspi bark, lopuna blanca bark, punga amarilla bark, remo caspi bark, wyra caspi bark, shiwawaku bark, suchu sanago and huacapurana.
acacia maidenii, acacia obtusifolia, acacia phlebophylla, acacia simplicifolia, anadenanthera peregrine, desmanthus illinoensis, diplopterys cabreana, meliocope leptococca, mimosa tenuiflora, phalaris aquatica, phalaris arundinacea, pilocarpus organensis, psychotria carthaginensis, psychotria viridis, virola calophylla, virola rufula, and virola theiodora.
fermented cheese, miso, tofu or other fermented soy products, dried fruits, tamari or soy sauce, sauerkraut, pickled foods, protein extracts, processed or smoked meat products, and certain yeasts.
To put it simple, DMT is found in many natural places some of which are even in our own cabinets at home. It is not a molecular structure we should fear. It is one we need to embrace. DMT helps brain receptors expand and deconstruct allowing users to take full advantage of their potential at a molecular level. The research is clear, DMT helps your body overcome both physical and mental diseases by deconstructing neuron receptors known to affect those suffering from trauma and physical ailments. DMT is an integral molecule which effects the healing benefits of Ayahuasca. It is a completely natural substance used for medicinal purposes.