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DMT by Matilda Pickshaw - Thu, 04 Jan 2018 20:37:56 EST ID:bnS+Es6h No.884329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Who does this stuff? What do you know about it? To me human consciousness is the final frontier for our age. I can't explore space in a ship so I explore my mind instead.
Crazy how it's already inside us... Most living things have it. An ancient intrinsic part of consciousness I reckon.
I rip it from the bong freely. More of a supplement than a drug to me.
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Oliver Tillingridge - Thu, 04 Jan 2018 22:57:30 EST ID:x26E4VgC No.884330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884329
I'm not telling.
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Cedric Bardwell - Fri, 05 Jan 2018 10:22:00 EST ID:IrYc4Rzj No.884342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
start meditating op
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Sidney Broshwill - Fri, 05 Jan 2018 12:14:12 EST ID:W69QLDMJ No.884343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884329
lol op you joker
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Thomas Finningnuck - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 04:50:28 EST ID:7OBsp/5q No.884361 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884329
It hasn't actually ever been confirmed to be inside us. It's just a somewhat reasonable assumption because minute amounts of it was detected in rat brains after biopsy or dissection or something. We don't do that to human beings, and as of yet, there is no record of it having been done illegally that officially confirms we produce it in any amount during any kind of state of consciousness.

Not saying we don't, just pointing out we don't know if it's "already inside us" or not.
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Thomas Finningnuck - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 04:51:38 EST ID:7OBsp/5q No.884362 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884361
>We don't do that to human beings
by this, i mean while they're still alive or having died or been killed freshly for that purpose
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Martin Brengerhood - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 12:33:39 EST ID:bnS+Es6h No.884368 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884342
I've dabbled but I want to go deeper
>>884361
I'm aware of the rat studies you speak of. While DMT has never been confirmed to be produced by the human pineal gland, it actually has been confirmed in the human body including the brain. We DO produce it, we just don't fully know how yet.
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Augustus Pepperdock - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 17:16:01 EST ID:BvSqZUPv No.884372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>884329
I'massuming you're referring to NN DNT.

I sold a lot of it, and smoked it a couple of times. Very interesting substance, I noticed a unique and novel experience every time which is unlike other psychedelics.
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Augustus Pepperdock - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 17:16:32 EST ID:BvSqZUPv No.884373 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884372
excuse the typos please
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Eugene Pedgestock - Sun, 07 Jan 2018 17:48:06 EST ID:LywZUfmH No.884391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884368
>I'm aware of the rat studies you speak of. While DMT has never been confirmed to be produced by the human pineal gland, it actually has been confirmed in the human body including the brain. We DO produce it, we just don't fully know how yet.

There are some good hypotheses on how DMT is produced in the human body - and why it's found in such small amounts.

It's a fuckup of the chemical transportation in your body. Tryptamine meant to be converted into serotonin ends up taking a wrong turn, and gets near enzymes that are not supposed to get near neurotransmitters and it ends up creating DMT.
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James Singerhod - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 19:29:26 EST ID:ya7j+wKi No.884403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884391
Yeah but what about the third eye dude
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Matilda Hackleware - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 20:03:06 EST ID:xapkVUqs No.884405 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884403
THE THIRD EYE WAS A MISTAKE FROM GOD
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Caroline Clamblewark - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 00:52:05 EST ID:ieQJOwru No.884523 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's dreamstuff, my friend. Pure, tangible thought, distilled.

By the way, you are the source of the DMT others, but shh, you didn't hear that from me.
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Nicholas Brookbury - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 05:24:47 EST ID:Quy1qE9L No.884524 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Any source on OPs Pic Related? Whats up w/ that coolie van
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Hannah Backlekot - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 01:30:14 EST ID:huztZJg+ No.884624 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884361
I feel like the fact that it can have such a powerful effect on the mind tells us that it is at least compatible with the human body, like an alternative neurotransmitter. Maybe it actually does do something useful in the brain and when you introduce it into your bloodstream you just offset your chemical balance for a while. If it was totally foreign to the brain, I don't think it would have any neurological effects and would probably just make you sick. So I feel like there's gotta be something to it.
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Doris Sosslemut - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 02:25:36 EST ID:IrYc4Rzj No.884625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884624
of course, thats how every other drug works in the body, mimicing other drugs, and it acts nothing like serotonin.
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John Basslechone - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 03:56:47 EST ID:7OBsp/5q No.884627 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884624
Potent neurotoxins work by binding to, usually, acetylcholine receptors with much greater affinity and potency than acetylcholine does itself, which is why they cause things like paralysis, delirium, diarrhea, vomiting, convulsions, tremors, crying/lacrimation, urination, etc. It's more "compatible" with the brain than the neurotransmitter is, but it's definitely the opposite of useful.

I mean, you're thinking, which is a good thing and all, but in this case you've prob got some reading to do nigga, heh.
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Walter Shakeson - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 08:53:48 EST ID:LywZUfmH No.884632 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884624
It has a powerful effect on the mind because evolution is a fucking lazy process that keeps on recycling systems and chemicals.

That's all there is to it. Somewhere in the distant distant past back when animals acted like plants and slugs it might have had a use, and it stopped having a use, but the system was never removed because it had no detrimental effect on the lifeforms it inhabited until eventually some smart ape rose up out of the muck and smoked some fucking plants to commune with the motherfucking Thundergod and got really high.
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Nell Turveygold - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 12:30:45 EST ID:bnS+Es6h No.884635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here. We all know about the blood brain brain barrier right?

there are some substances that can cross it and many many more that can't. Seratonin is one of the ones that can't.
The strange thing is that N,N-DMT, though very similar to seratonin in structure not only crosses the BBB it is actively uptaken by our brains. There are VERY FEW SUBSTANCES that our brain hungers for in this way... Simple sugars like glucose (for energy), and not much else. Besides DMT that is.
Yes, our brains hunger for DMT. Why? I don't know.
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Edward Sovingnit - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 02:01:59 EST ID:vI7kiZ6B No.884659 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884635
herpdederp
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Wesley Billingwell - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 07:45:25 EST ID:Quy1qE9L No.884664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884635
Tell me about your pic related OP
That van looks coolie
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Fanny Tootgold - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 08:50:46 EST ID:sLjdozOb No.884666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884635

community college dropout detected lmfao you have no clue what you are rambling about.
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Eugene Cresslechat - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 22:36:12 EST ID:puFGdArN No.884689 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>884635
>brains hunger for DMT

It was all downhill from "there are some substances that can cross it and many many more that can't".
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Thomas Hicklebanks - Sat, 20 Jan 2018 09:01:09 EST ID:AY5gmDGM No.884827 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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this may not be the best place to ask, but what do people usually pay per point or gram of DMT? for those of us that don't want to mess with chemicals trying to synthesize the stuff


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