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Does DMT Cure Depression? Here’s What it may and may not do for you.

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More and more frequently, I am seeing this question pop up. People want to know if DMT will cure their depression or other perceived or diagnosed issues they are struggling with.

No doubt, there is a growing movement of therapeutic psychedelic use and I am a huge proponent of this movement.

In fact, I am one of those people who’s lives dramatically changed in positive ways from the use of psychedelics.

First of all, the molecules I’m going to discuss are VERY illegal and secondly, most importantly, DO NOT go experimenting with psychoactive chemicals all willy-nilly. For the love of god, talk to a therapist or mental health professional about this before trying it. If you’re going to do it, anyway, please just be in a good setting and have a sober friend or family member close by.

Please take my warning seriously and absolutely do not perceive anything in this article to be professional advice. Okay?

Great!

So, if you’re not yet familiar with DMT and would like to learn more about what it is, it’s history and what the experience is like in greater detail, check out this article:

In a study published in The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, reports from an independent group of individuals who’ve been regularly experimenting with 5-MeO-DMT for roughly a decade as well as a group of some 360+ individuals who reported to have only tried the same molecule a few times, were analyzed.

It’s important to note that N,N-Dimethyltryptamine which is most commonly associated with the shortened “DMT” is slightly different from the 5-Methoxy-N,N-Dimethyltryptamine AKA 5-MeO-DMT. The experiences of 5-MeO-DMT are reported…

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