Review Erowid at
Help us be a "Top Rated Nonprofit" again this year and spread
honest info (good or bad) about psychedelics & other psychoactive drugs.
("Share Your Story" link. Needs quick login creation but no verification of contact info)
Antidepressant, Anti-addictive at Low Doses
AMT, Opiates & Cannabis
Citation:   persistent. "Antidepressant, Anti-addictive at Low Doses: An Experience with AMT, Opiates & Cannabis (exp34313)". Dec 6, 2004.

  smoked AMT (daily)
  35 mg oral Methadone (daily)
    smoked Cannabis (daily)
I have been using AMT as an antidepressant and anti-addictive (Methadone Cannabis Heroin; 35 mg, 1-2 g and 0-200 mg daily, respectively) for one week now. I started out insufflating 5 mg each morning, and now smoke 5-20 mg each morning. The mood elevation effect is quite strong, with a mild amphetamine-like stimulation and very noticeable sociabilizing effect. This compound greatly increases my strength and endurance at work (I'm a tree trimmer) without any loss of appetite or distracting psychedelic effects. I have not suffered any amphetamine mouth chewing or jaw clenching either.

As an anti-addictive, this compound slightly decreases withdrawal symptoms and cravings, especially the fatigue, which is the most debilitating symptom of Methadone withdrawal. I would be very interested in comparing AMT to AET, which is mentioned in TIHKAL as an effective treatment for opiate addiction. Unfortunately AET has been schedule I for about a decade and now AMT has followed.

Exp Year: 2004ExpID: 34313
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given
Published: Dec 6, 2004Views: 16,921
[ View PDF (to print) ] [ View LaTeX (for geeks) ] [ Swap Dark/Light ]
AMT (7), Opiates (207) : Addiction & Habituation (10), Health Benefits (32), Retrospective / Summary (11), Not Applicable (38)

COPYRIGHTS: All reports copyright Erowid.
No AI Training use allowed without written permission.
TERMS OF USE: By accessing this page, you agree not to download, analyze, distill, reuse, digest, or feed into any AI-type system the report data without first contacting Erowid Center and receiving written permission.

Experience Reports are the writings and opinions of the authors who submit them. Some of the activities described are dangerous and/or illegal and none are recommended by Erowid Center.

Experience Vaults Index Full List of Substances Search Submit Report User Settings About Main Psychoactive Vaults