200Mg of organic material, about 100Mg of DMT.
Changa is a smokable form of ayahuasca. It consists of a blend of herbs, including dried ayahuasca vine (or another MAO inhibitor) and DMT. It’s used as an alternative to ayahuasca or smokeable DMT. Changa is more gentle than 5-MeO-DMT and not nearly as long-lasting as ayahuasca. It gives users the ability to ease into the DMT realm more slowly. It takes a few tokes to get into the deeper levels, so users aren’t forced into psychedelia so aggressively.
The basic principle is that the MAO (monoamine oxidase) inhibitor prevents the DMT from being broken down too quickly — resulting in a stronger and longer-lasting DMT experience.
⚠️ You should never mix any prescription or over-the-counter medications with changa.
Stimulants – The neurotoxic effects of drugs like MDMA may be increased when combined with a changa mixture. Serotonin syndrome risk: Serotonin syndrome requires immediate medical attention and can be fatal if left untreated.
⚠️ The following combinations are considered high risk:
MAOIs – Such as banisteriopsis caapi, syrian rue, phenelzine, selegiline, and moclobemide.
Serotonin releasers – Such as MDMA, 4-FA, methamphetamine, methylone and αMT.
SSRIs – Such as citalopram and sertraline
SNRIs – Such as tramadol and venlafaxine
5-HTP, 25x-NBOMe, DXM, MXE, Tramadol
What Does Changa Feel Like: Changa feels very much like ayahuasca or 5-MeO-DMT. It’s generally much milder than these other forms of DMT, but not always. Some changa trip reports depict extremely profound and deeply psychedelic experiences.
Dosing: The general dose of DMT in changa is somewhere between 30 and 200 mg of DMT — so you’ll need to know the rough concentration of DMT in the changa you’re using before you start. This isn’t always easy to find out, and most of the time, you’ll have to find the dose of changa based on how it feels, rather than relying on a specific weight of dried changa leaf.
The best way to use changa is to start with a very small dose. Take one puff and wait a few minutes to see how it affects you. From there, you can take gradually longer pulls or hold the puff for more time before letting it out. The more you smoke, the more psychedelic it becomes.
Duration: Changa usually doesn’t hit so hard right from the beginning. You’ll feel its effects, but they’re much milder at first. Most people report having to take several deep pulls before they get anywhere close to the potency of other forms of DMT.
How Long Does Changa Last? Changa has a very short duration of effects — usually within about 10 to 30 minutes, and in rare cases up to 45 minutes. The stronger the MAO inhibitor you’re using, the longer the effects remain. Even with the strongest MAo inhibitors, the whole experience rarely lasts more than 45 minutes.