All I hear is the stories from people saying it is so intense they don’t ever want to do it again. It’s also one of the strongest ones.
Not entirely unsurprising, I got a hatchling yesterday:
Now to hope it survives, those guys are pretty hard to come by. Ground up leaves are easy enough, but I like the idea of having a live one, even though I’ll probably never partake.
It’s the most well known DMT. So popular among tourists because if the widespread outlawing of DMT that some middle-American countries created farms for the plants to support their economy and prevent extinction.
One day I’ll give it a shot, although I really don’t like the purging. And I’d better be healthy, it’s not entirely without risk to shut down the body’s ability to break down DMT. It stops breaking down other things as well, things that keep the veins in your head from exploding. Hence, there’s actually a MOA diet to follow.
Funny guy, huh?
Obviously I meant that by bombarding the subconscious with subliminal messages, bypassing the critical functions of the mind, you’re definitely using tools to “improve” upon natural processes.
So let’s call it an overdose of Stevia then, shall we?
Take a notebook. Or better yet, a voice recorder. And if you end up quoting the entire script because you can hear what the subconscious hears, remember it’s copyrighted.