Several other esters of psilocin were originally patented on January 16, 1963, by Sandoz Ltd. via Albert Hofmann & Franz Troxler. Despite this fact, it remains a psychedelic with a limited history of use prior to its release as a grey area compound on the online research chemical market.
There are, however, claims of subjective differences in effect between the acetylated and non-acetylated forms of psilocin. Some users report that it lasts slightly longer than psilocin while others report that it lasts for a considerably shorter time. Many users report less body load and nausea compared to psilocin. Some users find that the visual distortions produced by 4 Aco DMT drug test more closely resemble those produced by DMT than those produced by psilocin.
How It looks Like
This appears as a white or beige powder (sometimes dark) with a crystalline appearance, without particular adhesion. This powder is also sold in capsule form by some suppliers, more rarely in vials. Nowadays, it is the most popular of the synthetic/semi-synthetic tryptamines although the use of these substances remains limited.
4 Aco DMT Dosage
It is usually sold as a fumarate salt (4-AcO-DMT fumarate) containing on average 1 mg pure 4-AcO-DMT for every 1.24 mg of the powder. Or if it’s a hydrochloride salt, it will contain on average 1 mg pure for every 1.15 mg of the powder. In practice the difference may be negligible, but it’s worth knowing.
Oral dosage (approximate) (according to Erowid)
Threshold of effect: 5-10 mg
Low: 10-20 mg
Common: 20-30 mg
Strong: 30-50 + mg
Effects of 4-AcO DMT and How Long DMT Lasts in The Body
Surprisingly the effects of the molecule are close to those felt with magic mushrooms like those of the psilocybe genus. It is very representative of this adage. The overall duration of the trip is about 3 to 6 hours, depending on the dose and the person.
Physical and intellectual stimulation
Feeling of euphoria
Want to express yourself and go to others
Feeling of well-being
Exacerbation of the senses
Risk of Consuming DMT Drug
The relative toxicity of 4-AcO-DMT and more specifically neurologically is a fortiori low, as is the psilocine: almost no neurotoxicity. But these are only exaggeration and the reality is that no serious scientific study has been conducted on the subject.
Notably, physical risks including vomiting, loss of consciousness, and seizures, but these are fairly uncommon. As far as we know, nobody has died from taking it nor is it likely to be physically dangerous for most people.
As with any psychedelic, it should probably be avoided by pregnant or breastfeeding women or anyone prone to seizures. Basically heart problems, blood pressure problems, or mental health issues like severe anxiety. If only to err on the side of caution given the lack of clinical research.
Puffs of anxiety
Tachycardia and hypertension
Abundant perspiration and hyperthermia
Loss of appetite
Want to resume / Craving