Tuesday, March 26, 2013

5-Br-DMT: SYNTHESIS AND EFFECTS

Please enjoy a new article on marine psychedelics that I wrote with Jason Wallach. It details a synthetic route to 5-Br-DMT as well as TiHKAL-style analysis of the subjective effects of the compound in human experimenters.



7 comments:

Domenic said...

omg like wow like ttly freak me out i mean right on

dmt is number 1

xx Domenic

Victoria said...

Hi Hamilton,

I just want you to know that I'm in love with you,and have possibly read everything you've ever written. You're such an inspiration to me. Also, I want you inside me. :)

jim peppins said...

I dont know if you meant it to be hilarious but the second part of your flotation episode in Boulder had me in stitches! thanks for the laughs

MÁYAN LOVË said...

Hamilton something strange happened to me recently - I was on somewhat of a history trip to Italy to investigate ergot heritage and view spiral architecture and statues and to try to understand what brought the Greeks and Romans there
One day I decided to eat raw fish as a protein source from a supermarket named De Spar. I ate 1 KG of codfish.
That night I had a dream exceptionally similar to a dream I'd had a few days ago. However what's strange is this time I recognized that the dream from the time before and I became somewhat conscious that I was dreaming and was able to choose where to move to - and I decided to make for a friend's house. I had barely stepped out of the room that I had recognised so well and walked down some stairs when I suddenly woke up. I'm unsure if it was just a mind trick and I wasn't truly in control but perhaps if I had been in an MRI machine when I suddenly felt conscious then maybe a part of the brain that would not usually light up during sleep would have shown activity.
I have taken no psychedelics in approximately one year.

john b said...

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucid_dream

Corinna Voth said...

Hello. This is unrelated but I had to find a way to get a hold of you. You have a lot of interesting things to say, but on Vice I hear you speak only in a vocal fry register, which not only is very monotone to listen to, but terrible for your vocal mechanism. With your zest for sharing knowledge, I think I can assume that you'd like to continue to use your voice to do so. I'm sure you would benefit from learning to speak without vocal fry. Take it from an opera student! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vocal_fry_register

PJosepherum said...

Research Blotz have produced this now, Hamilton. It is legal in most of Europe.