Neuroscientist Describes Her DMT Trip



Neuroscientist Dr. Michele Ross is a former drug researcher for the National Institute on Drug Abuse, turned medical marijuana and psychedelics advocate.

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  1. I have researched dmt so much lately and every account that I've seen they say the time frame is no more than 10 minutes long but it feels like so much longer, GODS TIMING IS DIFFERENT THAN OURS!

  2. This all seems fairly superficial. Arthur Janov’s book “Primal Scream” is a record of psychiatric patients using LSD as a tool in psycho therapy – and, of course, this is what LSD was synthesised for.
    He had spectacular success in certain patients until the treatment became illegal in 1970. As the title of the book suggests the course of treatment can involve some dramatically unpleasant experiences for the patient, and I believe this, together with the myth that it could be used for brainwashing (the Manchuria Candidate) resulted in LSD being banned, which has been a major tragedy for psychiatric therapy .

    DMT seems largely to focus on pleasant, escapist experience coupled with some quasi-spiritual ones and it is sad that all that research in the ‘30s, ‘40s, ‘50s and ‘60s should have gone to waste, and for it to have been replaced by something as superficial and ego-boosting as DMT. A real tragedy, but typical of dumbing down and gender equality and all that other negative stuff. Oh, and I believe taking DMT turns your hair green

    “Jacob’s Ladder” is a good film to see for anyone interested in genuine psychedelia

  3. Ive been all of everything in the room everything was super clear not like seeing through eyes the only way i can describe it was being the air i was inside and outside of myself and my partner. Was the most profound of things ever

  4. The fact that a "neuroscientist" couldn't help using the word LIKE at least once or twice every sentence was really distracting while trying to enjoy her trip to report . Just a little advice, re-watch this video and you'll see what I mean and in turn it might help you articulate when speaking since you've already got the whole Neuroscience thing down. Come on girl just drop the LIKE

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