MIMOSA changa


DMT infused herbs


Integral Alchemist’s MIMOSA changa contains equal parts lemon balm, spearmint, and lavender, infused with DMT and syrian rue harmalas (MAOI’s) that work together to provide a powerful ayahuasca-like experience that is had via smoking, without the nausea of ayahuasca. Changa journeys are longer in duration than of pure DMT because of the monoamine oxidase inhibition that slows the metabolism of DMT and allows it to be continuously smoked to give the medicine more time to work. The experience is more coherent than pure DMT due to the grounding effect of the syrian rue. The effects are almost instantaneous so you can regulate the intensity by smoking it at your preferred pace in a bong or pipe with a soft flame (not jet lighter) at a dose of approximately 60-150+mg.

3 parts n,n,dimethyltryptamine extracted from mimosa hostilis root bark
1 part harmalas extracted from syrian rue seeds (MAOI)
4 parts herbs (lemon balm, spearmint, and lavender)

About DMT

DMT is a natural molecule found almost everywhere in nature, including plants, animals, and the human body where it is an important neurotransmitter involved in consciousness. Historically used by amazon tribal cultures as a powerful entheogen in the form of ayahuasca, DMT can induce euphoric mystical visions, spiritual insight, clarity of life matters, divine inspiration, radical changes in perspective, release of fear, sense of awakening, epiphanies, and the perception of extra dimensions and entities, among other indescribable phenomena.

DMT receptors are located not only in the brain but throughout the gut and body where it works to connect humans to their animal soul, wring out mental and emotional toxins, dissolve cultural conditioning, and heal inner wounds, as it resets the human organism to a more positive state of health. Even though the DMT experience transcends scientific understanding, studies show it promotes brain synaptic plasticity and neurogenesis, while healing disorders such as anxiety, depression, addiction, and PTSD.