Buy Changa DMT infused smoking blend. Typically, extracts from DMT containing plants are combined with a blend of different herbs and ayahuasca vine and/or leaf to create a mix that is 20–50% DMT, akin to a smokeable ayahuasca. The effects of Changa are considered by many to be more grounded than just DMT freebase smoked on its own. This smokeable blend was spearheaded by Australian psycho naut Julian Palmer in the early noughties, and was used as an alternative to crystallised DMT. The issue with smoking the freebase version of DMT was that the effects came on hard and fast smoking DMT in its crystallised form can be a tumultuous ride.
What Does Smoking Changa Do?
Unlike DMT, which is often vaporized or freebased, changa is smoked like tobacco or cannabis. A pipe is good for a gentle introduction. A joint is a fun way to bring friends along. A bong definitely does deliver some extra wallop. Figure out which changa experience you want, then gingerly touch a flame (not a blowtorch) to the mix and inhale.
DMT is dubbed “the spirit molecule” for a reason. It’s an entheogen. An entheogen is a plant or synthetic drug that can inspire feelings of intense spirituality. In traditional ceremonies, ayahuasca is used as a conduit to the spirit world. Although, how that spirit world manifests to you and how you understand it is likely influenced by culture and language. In Western scientific terms, DMT may induce bodily processes that mimic those that occur during near-death experiences. In 2018, in fact, researchers at the Imperial College London decided to put DMT to the test. In a study, they compared the experiences described by patients given intravenous DMT with those commonly reported by people who have had a traumatic near-death experience.
What are the physical side effects?
The psychoactive effects may be what people are after when they use DMT, but the drug can cause a number of physical effects, too. Keep in mind that all bodies are different. Side effects can vary from person to person. How much you use, any other substances you take with it (which isn’t recommended, by the way), and even your weight and body composition influence how it will affect you. Possible short-term side effects of DMT include:
- increased heart rate
- increased blood pressure
- rapid rhythmic eye movements
- dilated pupils
- visual disturbances
- muscle incoordination