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N,N-DMT (N,N-Dimethyltryptamine) is one of the strongest natural hallucinogenic, an indole alcaloid from the tryptamine class. It is called simply DMT, although sometimes could be confused with its chemical “cousin” 5-MeO-DMT. It is contained in over a hundred species of plants, in animals’ organisms and also in human’s body (in small quantities) where its role isn’t utterly established. It is made by the human body through metabolism.
Some species of plants, which contain DMT (in different percentages), are Acacia simplicifolia, Desmanthus illinoensis, Mimosa hostilis, Phalaris aquatica, Phalaris Tuberosa, Psychotria viridis, Virola theiodora.
DMT is often distributed as colorless to pale green or pale pink crystals, extracted by some of the plants, containing this alkaloid. Plants, which contain big quantity of DMT, can be consumed directly as dried leaves.