Changa DMT is a blend of N,N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) mixed with a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI).
The addition of MAOIs extend the DMT experience in duration and intensity when compared with smoking DMT freebase alone.
Typically, extracts from DMT-containing plants are combined with a blend of different MAOI-containing herbs, such as the ayahuasca vine, and/or leaf or harmala alkaloids from Peganum harmala to create a mix that is 25 to 50% DMT.
Changa was created by an Australian in 2003-2004 and named when ‘asked’ for a moniker for the drug during an ayahuasca session.
It’s popularity has continued due to its ease of smoking, more powerful effects and longer duration (approximately 10-20 minutes) when compared to smoking freebase DMT crystal.
The main effect is psychological, also with intense visual and auditory hallucinations, euphoria, and an altered sense of space, body, and time.
Many users describe profound as life-changing experiences like visiting other worlds, talking with alien entities known as “DMT elves” or “machine elves,” and total shifts in the perception of identity and reality.
When also smoked, it produces brief but yet intense visual and auditory hallucinations that have been described by users as an alternate reality, otherworldly.
Changa consists of two primary components dimethyltryptamine and monoamine oxidase inhibitors.
Any number of blend combinations are possible.
Doses vary substantially from one sample to the next depending on what ingredients are used and in what ratio.
Some Changa samples can be more than 100 times stronger than others
It is typically consumed in the following ways:
- vaporized or smoked in a pipe
- consumed orally in brews like ayahuasca
- snorted or injected on rare occasions
- businessman’s trip
- businessman’s special
- forty-five-minute psychosis