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Known to psychedelic enthusiasts as the “God molecule” N,N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) is said to cause vivid and strangely similar hallucinations in many people who take it.
Now a new extended-state version of the potent drug could help psychiatrists stay longer than ever before. It is to check and record if it is actually in another shared dimension.
As new republic Medicinal Mindfulness, a Colorado-based psychedelic startup, is currently seeking approval from the Food and Drug Administration and is studying something called DMTx, according to reports. This is a dilated intravenous infusion version of DMT that makes the user’s trip much longer than about five. The 10-minute experience that drugs usually provide.
DMT has many interesting properties. Studies have shown that our brains produce this drug naturally and those who take it often experience variations on the same theme. Going into another dimension or what appears to be another dimension is full of etheric beings of its own. , sometimes referred to as “mechanical elves” who are there to welcome them.
While the overwhelming majority of people who have taken DMT report positive experiences, the relatively short duration of travel suggests that the contacts people claim to be present with these tend not to last very long. means It feels like hours.
But with DMTx, Medicinal Mindfulness hopes to extend IV travel to hours or even days.
Currently, DMT is only legal in the United States for certain government-approved research purposes, but in states such as New York and Colorado, researchers and New Age types continue to admire its therapeutic and spiritual uses. So we are trying to make it even more legal.
David McQueen, co-founder of the Center for Medicinal Mindfulness and principal organizer of the DMTx program, said: TNR Some of the experiments the group hopes to accomplish after FDA approval will examine whether two people hooked on IVs in different rooms can communicate while traveling.
To be clear, the findings are staggeringly surprising and suggest that what we think we know about reality and consciousness is very incomplete. It’s going to be trippy as hell.
It’s unlikely, but we’re certainly watching.
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