Changa drug is the common name for the dried leaves of the Morinda citrifolia plant, the source of DMT. The dried leaves are rolled into thin strands and then formed into a powder. Smoking the dried leaves produces the same effect as a cigarette, except it doesn’t burn your lungs like a cigarette. Changa can be smoked just like tobacco, except it does not have any tar or toxic chemicals. Changa is a relatively new drug, and has been in use for many years, but it is still relatively unknown in the United States. There are quite a few benefits to this New Mexican wonder substance but understanding its structure will help you appreciate its benefits even more.
Changa looks and tastes like chocolate, and it has a mildly sweet, lemony flavor. It is mostly known as a recreational supplement, and is a relatively new entrant in the international drug market. Most of its users are young adults, who may use it as a way to self medicate for the effects of stress or depression. It is popular among jungle Gypsies and other groups who use exotic herbs in their worship rituals. Changa is taken in a similar manner to ayahuasnas (indicated by smoking), although it has not been studied extensively in medical circles.
One characteristic of Changa that makes it unique is its heavy reliance on the DMT compound. DMT is an indigenous ingredient of many hallucinogenic plants. Because the DMT in Changa is much stronger than in Ayahuasnas, the dosage is reduced significantly to reduce the possibility of adverse side effects. This is another reason why Changa is used as a primary or secondary drug; it has fewer harmful side effects than other drugs. If you’re curious about trying Changa, do your homework and find out all you can about its uses and effects.