What is Changa?
Changa is a DMT-infused smokable blend popularized in the early 2000s by the Australian psychonaut Julian Palmer. Changa consists of two main ingredients that are also found in ayahuasca: N,N-DMT, and an MAOI-containing herb. Similar to recovering freebase DMT, the DMT used in changa is extracted from various plant sources. This includes various species of Acacia, Mimosa hostilis, and P. viridis (chacruna). The MAOI alkaloids, known as harmalas, are typically extracted in their freebase form from either Banasteriopsis caapi (ayahuasca) vine or Syrian rue.
To make changa, the extracted DMT and harmalas are dissolved in a solvent like alcohol and mixed with a customizable herb blend. Once the solvent evaporates and the mix dries over a few days, the changa is ready to smoke. The various synergistic herbs (mullein, parsley, mint, etc.) used in a blend may be inert. Still, they can also potentiate the effects of the DMT/harmala and add unique flavors and aromas.
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