Dutch Quality Changa
Components of Changa
The percentages of DMT and MAOI concentration in the mixture can vary.
In traditional Changa mixes a blend of herbs were used in combination with an MAOI containing leaf, typically Caapi. However this isn’t necessary, I actually find the non-MAOI containing leaves to be more enjoyable. You don’t have to research what leaves are going to work best together or worry about what ratios between different leaves are needed. Simply pick a herb from the list and use it as the stand-alone ingredient for the Enhancement, this will give you a sure and thorough understanding of the effects of each leaf and is my preferred method. If further down the track you feel like experimenting you could then mix and match with the herbs you liked best or try out one of the suggested blends.
Changa is a DMT-infused smoking blend. Extracts from DMT-containing plants are combined with a blend of different herbs. And ayahuasca vine and/or leaf to create a mix that is 20–50% DMT, akin to smokeable ayahuasca.
Changa was created by Australian Julian Palmer in 2003-2004 and named when he ‘asked’ for a moniker for the drug during an Ayahuasca session.
The substance became highly popular in Australia in the mid-2000s, but its widespread introduction outside of Australia appears to be dated to the Boom Festival in Portugal in 2008 where many of the first online accounts of its use outside of Australia occur.
Not only this but somehow each successive cone gets better and better with no tolerance. Even waiting for as little as 5mins between attempts.
It just keeps pushing further and further, making for some extremely elongated expeditions. Compared to having crystal laying around. Your face lights up just from this feeling let alone when the smoke starts to take effect.
This can make you feel painfully sick after a few cones. If your impatient like me and can’t wait that extra day or two before it is completely dry. Simply burn the cone before you blast off with a lighter. Then take it off and if it’s still burning it means there’s still acetone – just let it finish burning.