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GLOSSARY

Bufotenin (5-HO-DMT or bufotenine)

DEFINITION

Bufotenin, which is sometimes spelled Bufotenine, is a derivative of tryptamine and is closely related to serotonin, a neurotransmitter. Bufotenin is an alkaloid that can be found in mushrooms and toads. The substance is structurally similar to DMT and 5-MEO-DMT. Research has shown that Bufotenin can have a variety of impacts on people, including visual hallucinations. The drug typically kicks in much faster than other psychedelic substances, such as LSD. Then, it leaves the system faster as well. This indicates that it has a much faster action time in the central nervous system.

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