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Gods, alternate realities and death. Scientists try to discover how DMT, present in ayahuasca, acts on the brain

Those who take it say they go through profound hallucinogenic experiences, ranging from contact with superior beings, parallel realities and even contact with death. Now, an American scientific study has discovered new information about how DMT (dimethyltryptamine), the psychedelic substance found in the South American drink ayahuasca— associated with tribal rituals – affects brain activity.

The conclusions of the study, published in the scientific journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, are enlightening, and reveal that the drug acts mainly in the most evolved areas of the brain, responsible for processes of language development, memory, and complex decisions. fabrication and imagination.— in short, where human beings construct and interpret reality.

Once under the influence of DMT, the brain regions responsible for these processes become hyperconnected, collapsing the normal hierarchical structure of the brain and the communication between these different areas becomes more chaotic, fluid and flexible.

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Source: Observadora

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