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Hi - I really liked reading your post as you combined three elements that made you interesting for me to read; your personnel experience with these substances, your scientific knowledge and your enjoyable to read writing style where your passion for the subject matter was felt by me.
I would think you would make a terrific contributor to a publication like MAPS (multidisciplinary association of psychedelic studies) puts out quarterly.
I am interested in the data that shows release of naturally occurring dmt at birth and death. I can understand from reports of near death experiences that this could correlate with the experiences of people taking dmt but when one is born why would dmt be naturally released at this time and what is the evidence for this?
Chris Urgeleit

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