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What is aMT?
aMT is a powerful hallicinogen with some simulant effects that can make you:
  • Feel euphoric, upbeat and friendly to those around you
  • See illusions/distorted perceptions (and sometimes frightening hallucinations when you see and hear things that aren't there)
  • Feel anxious and panicky 



aMT is very active in small  doses which means it’s easy to take too much and overdose this can lead to you becoming agitated and having bad experiences like anxiety attacks.  

aMT was tested as a potential antidepressant in the sixties but there is actually little information about its harms, especially any long-term harm. It’s difficult to know how any regular users will be affected if they use it for a long time.

There is also a slight risk that aMT will react with other medicines and a range of foods to cause dangerous increases in blood pressure (for example, certain SSRI anti-depressants, some wines and cheeses, or with Bovril or Marmite). 

What does aMT look like? 
aMT is being sold as white and coloured powders, as different coloured capsules and pellets and as a liquid.
How do people take aMT? 
The capsules and pellets are swallowed and the powder can be dissolved in water or other drinks, snorted, ‘bombed’ (rolled up in a cigarette paper and swallowed) or smoked.