Dimethyltryptamine, commonly known as DMT, is a powerful psychedelic compound found in certain plants and animals, as well as synthesized in laboratories. It is renowned for inducing intense, short-lived psychedelic experiences characterized by vivid hallucinations, altered perceptions of time and space, and a profound sense of interconnectedness. Often referred to as the “spirit molecule,” DMT is naturally produced in trace amounts within the human brain and is associated with mystical or transcendent experiences. The substance has been used traditionally in some indigenous rituals, and its psychoactive effects are typically rapid, peaking within minutes of ingestion. DMT’s unique ability to elicit otherworldly visions has captured the interest of researchers, spiritual seekers, and psychonauts alike, sparking exploration into its potential therapeutic applications and the nature of consciousness itself.