Plants that Contain DMT (N, N-dimethyltryptamine)

Photos: pp. 195- 197, Basic Principals of Forensic Chemistry by Kahn, Kennnedy and Christian

DMT exists in all of our bodies and occurs throughout the plant and animal kingdoms. It is a part of the normal makeup of humans and other mammals; marine animals; grasses and peas; toads and frogs; mushrooms and molds; and barks, flowers, and roots.
Psychedlic alchemist Alexander Shulgin devotes an entire chapter to DMT in TIHKAL: Tryptamines I Have Known and Loved. He aptly entitles this chapter "DMT is Everywhere" and declares: "DMT is ... in this flower here, in that tree over there, and in yonder animal. [It] is, most simply, almost everywhere you chose to look." Indeed, it is getting to the point where one should report where DMT is not found, rather than where it is.
DMT is most abundant in plants of Latin America. There, humans have known of its amazing properties for some tens of thousands of years. However, it is only in the last 150 years that we have gained some inkling of the antiquity of DMT's relationship with our species.

-pp. 42-43, DMT: The Spirit Molecule by Rick Strassman, M.D. (2001)

DMT Ingredients Contents Plants
N, N-dimethyltryptamine, plants, DMT, ingredients
N, N-dimethyltryptamine, plants, DMT, ingredients
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