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Is ayahuasca illegal in Australia?
The ayahuasca vine, which is native to South America but is also grown here in Australia, isn’t illegal.
But DMT, which Craig extracts from acacia plants and mixes with the ayahuasca vine, is illegal.
Earlier this year, a submission was made to the Therapeutic Goods Administration – the body that’s responsible for regulation medications in Australia – to change the classification of DMT.
The hope was to make ayahuasca legal in religious contexts – like the ceremonies hosted by shamans in Peru, or at some churches in Brazil and the US, where the ceremonies are legal.
Dr Grob said a study he conducted at one of the churches in Brazil showed the positive results of ayahuasca.
“We interviewed a number of our subjects who had, prior to their entry into the ayahuasca church in Brazil, past histories of severe alcoholism and problems with other forms of drug abuse. These individuals who we got to know and got to talk to at great length reported that their alcoholism and drug abuse problems remitted after their experiences with the ayahuasca church.”
But an ayahuasca church won’t be opening in Australia any time soon; the TGA rejected the application to change the classification of DMT.
They cited a number of reasons why – including a lack of evidence on DMT’s toxicity at low doses; the “further investigation needed” into how DMT reacts with common medicines like antidepressants; how users would regulate the amount of DMT in the ayahuasca tea, and the unknown risk of dependency or abuse of the drug. Buy 4-aco-dmt Australia, Southern Australia, Albury, Perth, Darwin, Mackay, Queenbeyan, Queensland, Melbourne, Sydney,NSW, Adelaide, Brisbane