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Jaguar tripping on DMT (Banisteriopsis caapi) vine. °VIDEO°

 
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Jaguar tripping on DMT (Banisteriopsis caapi) vine. °VIDEO°


It is interesting to note that many people have seen halucinations of jaguars on their trips on Ayahuasca

This is DMT by the way:



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It is interesting to note that many people have seen halucinations of jaguars on their trips on Ayahuasca
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That was cool!! What was the name of this? I'd like to watch the entire show.
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Re: Jaguar tripping on DMT (Banisteriopsis caapi) vine. °VIDEO°
nice find OP, wonder how they filmed this?
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That was cool!! What was the name of this? I'd like to watch the entire show.
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Thanks!!
The clip is from from the "Peculiar Potions" episode of BBC's series "Weird Nature"

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Re: Jaguar tripping on DMT (Banisteriopsis caapi) vine. °VIDEO°
Added an informational video on dmt in the original post

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Re: Jaguar tripping on DMT (Banisteriopsis caapi) vine. °VIDEO°
I don't see how this is possible considering DMT isn't orally active without the use of some sort of MAO inhibition. While psilocybin has been proven to enhance sight and other senses, I cannot fathom how DMT would help you hunt in any situation. Interestingly enough, I have done ayahuasca and the documentation that came with the plants I had ordered to make the brew specifically mentioned the strong chance of interacting with jaguars entities in a different dimension. Unfortunately I did not encounter any.
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I don't see how this is possible considering DMT isn't orally active without the use of some sort of MAO inhibition. While psilocybin has been proven to enhance sight and other senses, I cannot fathom how DMT would help you hunt in any situation. Interestingly enough, I have done ayahuasca and the documentation that came with the plants I had ordered to make the brew specifically mentioned the strong chance of interacting with jaguars entities in a different dimension. Unfortunately I did not encounter any.
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While this might be true for humans it does not imply that it goes for cats or jaguars, or any other animals. My cat for instance would die if he would eat onions or chocolate because their bodies can't process it. I wouldn't jump to such simple conclusions. All animals have different metabolisms.

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Re: Jaguar tripping on DMT (Banisteriopsis caapi) vine. °VIDEO°
I don't see how this is possible considering DMT isn't orally active without the use of some sort of MAO inhibition. While psilocybin has been proven to enhance sight and other senses, I cannot fathom how DMT would help you hunt in any situation. Interestingly enough, I have done ayahuasca and the documentation that came with the plants I had ordered to make the brew specifically mentioned the strong chance of interacting with jaguars entities in a different dimension. Unfortunately I did not encounter any.
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While this might be true for humans it does not imply that it goes for cats or jaguars, or any other animals. My cat for instance would die if he would eat onions or chocolate because their bodies can't process it. I wouldn't jump to such simple conclusions. All animals have different metabolisms.
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Well, firstly, I did not make any "simple conclusions". Banisteriopsis caapi or "yage" doesn't even have any DMT in it. The jaguar is under the effects of the MAOI I mentioned, not dmt... I have taken a strong dose of MAOIs and it can be quite a trip in itself. Also MAOs are part of mitochondria and exist in all animals.
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Re: Jaguar tripping on DMT (Banisteriopsis caapi) vine. °VIDEO°
So when the Jaguar sees his "Spirit Animal" Is is a Fat Guy from NYC named TONY?
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Re: Jaguar tripping on DMT (Banisteriopsis caapi) vine. °VIDEO°
I don't see how this is possible considering DMT isn't orally active without the use of some sort of MAO inhibition. While psilocybin has been proven to enhance sight and other senses, I cannot fathom how DMT would help you hunt in any situation. Interestingly enough, I have done ayahuasca and the documentation that came with the plants I had ordered to make the brew specifically mentioned the strong chance of interacting with jaguars entities in a different dimension. Unfortunately I did not encounter any.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28386229


While this might be true for humans it does not imply that it goes for cats or jaguars, or any other animals. My cat for instance would die if he would eat onions or chocolate because their bodies can't process it. I wouldn't jump to such simple conclusions. All animals have different metabolisms.
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Well, firstly, I did not make any "simple conclusions". Banisteriopsis caapi or "yage" doesn't even have any DMT in it. The jaguar is under the effects of the MAOI I mentioned, not dmt... I have taken a strong dose of MAOIs and it can be quite a trip in itself. Also MAOs are part of mitochondria and exist in all animals.
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You are right there about the caapi and MAOI. Thanks for the correction.But we do not know what kind of effect this has on the jaguar. Cats seem to trip on catnip too while we are not.

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