DMT (N,N - Dimethyltryptamine)
DMT is an analog of the tryptamine molecule. DMT occurs naturally in numerous plants and animals. It is commonly used as a recreational psychedelic drug, and it has a history of being used in rituals by indigenous cultures. DMT has a very quick onset and a relatively short action period. Typically, people feel the effects of DMT in minutes, and it usually fades by about three hours after ingestion. DMT is commonly used in the Ayahuasca brew, and it can be injected, inhaled, or ingested. Oral ingestion has the longest action time, while injection and inhalation have significantly shorter action times. People who take DMT often describe vivid experiences, mystical feelings, and hallucinations.