5-MeO-DMT: What is it good for?

March 6, 2018 Angela

5-MeO-DMT: What is it good for?

The short answer would be, what isn’t 5-MeO-DMT good for?

The better answer is that this 5-30 minute journey into the “void” lets you experience a profound spiritual reality that radically shifts your perspective and makes a deep connection to all that is.

Not a bad result for relatively little investment.

Despite the war on drugs, psychedelics are non-toxic, non-addictive and are powerful tools that let you get out of your usual apathetic brain routines and experience the full potential of what your brain is capable of.

Like most psychedelics, you enter a world where you can’t hide from yourself and where what is hidden deep inside of you comes up for a review from a compassionate perspective. Those results stick with you days, weeks and even months afterward to ponder on and hopefully incorporate into your day-to-day life.

5-MeO-DMT effects

As if that weren’t enough, 5-MeO-DMT can also:

  1. Reduce inflammation
  2. Lessen pain
  3. Diminish addiction
  4. Lower depression and anxiety
  5. Weaken PTSD symptoms
  6. Stop habitual negative behaviors and thought patterns
  7. Boost the immune system
  8. Increase attention span, mental clarity and learning abilities 
  9. Protect the brain from degeneration
  10. Augment antidepressant drugs
  11. Enhance awareness and provide a sense of inner peace.

So, what’s not to like about this brief foray into the other side? Or should we say, to your insides?

Do’s and don’t’s

We wouldn’t be the responsible people that we are if we didn’t add another list:

  1. Never use it while taking an MAO-A inhibitor, a type of antidepressant drug.
  2. Don’t do it alone. Especially if you are new to psychedelics in general and 5-MeO-DMT specifically.
  3. Do it in the proper set and setting, not in a party or rave event but in a quiet, safe place.
  4. Get the best results from your journey by doing proper integration afterwards like spending time in nature, meditating, writing in a journal, being creative and/or getting counselling.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us. Safe travels!

Angela

Angela Mahler is a web designer and content writer who has interests in so many different areas that it makes her job of writing for others seem like no work at all. Angela is intrigued and follows trends on everything from personal growth, psychology, women’s issues, human rights, plant medicines, spiritual healing, health, nutrition, yoga, arts, crafts, music, dance, technology, SEO, marketing, copywriting, sustainable growth, vandwelling and so much more.

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