This is What A DMT Trip is Like

DMT (N,N-Dimethyltryptamine) is a potent, fast-acting, and short-lasting psychedelic. It belongs to the tryptamine family of psychedelics, along with psilocybin and ibogaine.

A DMT trip is often an intense psychedelic experience, especially at “breakthrough” level doses.

To ensure that you have a broad understanding of what a DMT trip is like, we have compiled this story on what might occur during the different stages of the experience.

The Stages Of A DMT Trip

When you are preparing for a DMT experience — whether mentally preparing yourself on the day you plan to do it, or just moments before.

Preparing For A DMT Trip

The Onset

This is the period until the very first changes in subjective experience are detectable. DMT has a rapid onset, occurring within 20 seconds after smoking or vaporizing the compound.

The noticeable changes that occur during the onset may include the following.

- Colors enhanced in your surroundings - Objects appearing more vivid

The Come Up

The come up phase of a DMT trip can be defined as the period between the first noticeable subjective or perceptual changes and the point of greatest intensity.

When you are coming up on DMT, you will likely experience:

- A gradual loss of bodily awareness - The high-pitched sound increasing in intensity - Objects in the environment morphing

The Peak

The peak phase of the DMT trip is when the intensity of the compound’s effects reaches its height. This stage occurs 2-5 minutes into the trip.

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