First off it’s basically a rip off basic online Wikipedia documentation with a half dozen references to the Strassman book. DMT seriously just picked a random page to confirm Strassman’s spelling and his name was on that page. There’s tons of white space and the book could fit half as much paper. It’s also so repetitive at parts it might take a quarter of the paper if it actually just contained basic content.
Ok, not a reason to be so cruel if I feel this book was written by an eighth grader doing a research paper, right? The real bad part is how it is actually contains disinformation. It talks of DMT addiction which is an absurd concept. Any budding psychonaut knows that the brain quickly develops a tolerance to tryptamines, especially DMT. It’s very difficult to even smoke DMT correctly for first-timers! The idea that someone could develop an addiction to DMT is absolute madness.
The book basically sucks. It doesn’t even talk much about what a DMT trip is like. No machine elves, no stories of connections to other entities. If you want to learn a lot more about, just go on YouTube and watch DNT the Spirit Molecule.
I was hoping to add this book to my library on psychedelics but I may just toss it in the trash and order Strassman’s book. Save yourself a few dollars and read about DMT online or watch the film I mentioned.
How did you start using?
A: I was injured on the job, and the doctor prescribed Vicodin to help ease the pain. I went down to the pharmacy and picked up my hydrocodone – the generic version of the drug. I was a little hesitant to take these pills at first. However, since I was in a lot of pain, I figured I better do what the doctor advised.
Q: How did you respond to the medication?
A: Well, it didn’t help cure my back problem, but it really relieved the pain. I found that I could go back to work, pick up my kids and do just about anything I used to do before I injured myself. I felt like a million bucks, all things considered.
Q: And were there any other reactions to?
A: Oh, yes. Almost from the first time I took the drug, I got a nice little buzz off of it. Nothing too radical, mind you. But,