5MEO-DMT & BUFO ALVARIUS
Bufo Alvarius is the Sacrament of USNT Church, USNT does not use or work with the synthetic compound of 5meo-dmt.
The secretions of the Bufo Alvarius Toad, contain a mixture of various compounds, including 5-MeO-DMT, which is the primary compound, the secretions of the Bufo toad also contains other alkaloids such as bufotenin and bufotenidine. Bufotenin, also known as 5-hydroxy-N,N-dimethyltryptamine, is another tryptamine alkaloid found in the Bufo toad secretions. It is structurally similar to both 5-MeO-DMT and DMT and has been reported to have psychoactive effects. Bufotenin can induce hallucinogenic experiences, although its effects are generally considered to be milder compared to those of 5-MeO-DMT. Bufotenidine, also known as 5-hydroxy-N-methyltryptamine, is another alkaloid that has been identified in the secretions of the Bufo toad. It is structurally related to bufotenin and has been found to possess psychoactive properties as well, although its specific effects and potency are not as well-documented or studied as those of 5-MeO-DMT and bufotenin. It's important to note that the composition of the secretions can vary between individual toads and even within different populations of Bufo toads. The concentrations of these alkaloids can also differ, which may influence the overall effects experienced by individuals who consume or interact with the secretions. In summary, alongside 5-MeO-DMT, the secretions of the Bufo toad may contain additional alkaloids such as bufotenin and bufotenidine. These alkaloids contribute to the psychoactive properties of the secretions and can influence the nature and intensity of the experiences associated with their consumption or use.
In addition to the differences in their chemical composition, one notable and by far the most important distinction between 5-MeO-DMT and the secretion from Bufo Alvarius is the spiritual and ceremonial significance attributed to the Bufo toad secretion. 5-MeO-DMT, as a chemical compound, is often synthesized or extracted for its psychoactive properties. It is commonly used in recreational and therapeutic settings to induce intense psychedelic experiences. The focus is primarily on the effects of the compound itself and the subjective experiences it produces. In contrast, the secretion from Bufo Alvarius, often referred to as "Bufo" or "Bufo Alvarius," holds a spiritual significance in certain indigenous and shamanic practices. The use of Bufo Alvarius secretion is deeply rooted in traditional rituals and ceremonies, particularly in indigenous cultures of Mexico and other parts of Central and South America. It is regarded as a sacred substance and is believed to have transformative and healing properties. The consumption or inhalation of Bufo Alvarius secretion in a ceremonial context is often seen as a spiritual journey or a means of connecting with the divine. It is considered a tool for self-exploration, personal growth, and spiritual awakening. The ritualistic use of Bufo Alvarius secretion typically involves guidance from experienced facilitators or shamans who provide a supportive and sacred environment for the experience. This spiritual dimension associated with Bufo Alvarius secretion sets it apart from the purely chemical compound 5-MeO-DMT. While both substances can induce intense psychedelic effects, the cultural and spiritual context surrounding the use of Bufo Alvarius secretion adds an additional layer of significance and reverence to the experience.