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MET
Effects
by Erowid
DURATION #
Caution :   Reactions and experiences may vary dramatically from person to person. [see below]
MET Duration
Oral
( very tentative )
Total Duration
~4.0 - 6.0 hrs
MET Duration
Vaporized
( very tentative )
Total Duration
~10 - 40 mins
After Effects
30 mins
EFFECTS LIST #
POSITIVE
  • Euphoria
  • Open and closed eye visuals
  • "Rushing" sensation
NEUTRAL
  • Colorshifting
NEGATIVE
    (likelihood of negative side effects increases with higher doses)
  • Nasal pain (when insufflating freebase)
  • Unpleasant taste (when vaporized)
  • Hard on the lungs to smoke
DESCRIPTION #
General Effects Notes
The effects of MET have been compared to DMT ("beginner DMT" and "like a combo of DMT & Salvia" both reported on Bluelight). One report on Bluelight describes effects increased and lengthened from co-ingestion with an MAOI.

EXPERIENCE EXCERPTS #
[25 mg vaporized followed by 15 mg vaporized] "[...] This is a sort of slightly speedy tryptamine, slightly LSD-like state with a warm MDMA-ish center. [...]" -- Exp 90320
[15 mg vaporized] "[...] The come up was about 2-3 times as slow as the come up on DMT. It was strangely reminiscent of something, which I eventually realized was the come-down from DMT. This 'I'm not in the crazy fractalizing weirdness any more but I still feel pretty damn odd' feeling came first, but was almost immediately accompanied by a deeply satisfying feeling of body warmth and comfort. [...]" -- Exp 89318
CAUTION & DISCLAIMER #
Erowid's effects information is a summary of data gathered from users, research, and other resources. This information is intended to describe the range of effects people report experiencing. Effects may vary dramatically from one person to another or one experience to another based on a variety of factors such as body chemistry, age, gender, physical health, dose, form of material, etc.