In it's powdered form DMT by Drug Genius (Ft. Edward Ongweso JR) 14

DMT, when extracted through a tedious process, emerges as a vibrantly colored powder.

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Schedule I DMT by Drug Genius (Ft. Edward Ongweso JR) 14

As specified by the United States Department of Justice:

Schedule I drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse. Schedule I drugs are the most dangerous drugs of all the drug schedules with potentially severe psychological or physical dependence.

It’s interesting to note that the majority of drugs listed on the Schedule I list have not only been found to have substantial or notable medical benefits but they far less dangerous to human beings and costly to society than legal drugs such as tobacco or alcohol.

Consider that in 2007, the economic cost of all illicit drug use—in every one of the five Schedules the DEA uses—was $193 billion according to a 2007 National Drug Intelligence Center report.

The economic cost of tobacco use alone—as estimated by the 2014 Report of the Surgeon General—was $289 billion. Of alcohol, the estimated economic burden to society was $223.5 billion. Together, some of the drugs we legally consume impose a cost on society 5x higher than every single illicit drug: a mere $512.5 billion (about 3% of GDP).

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110 mg/kg DMT by Drug Genius (Ft. Edward Ongweso JR) 14

110 mg per kg of body weight translates to:

  • 9.713 grams for the average American male who weighs 88.3 kg (194.7 pounds)
  • 8.514 grams for the average American female who weighs 74.7 kg (164.7 pounds)

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Lethal dose DMT by Drug Genius (Ft. Edward Ongweso JR) 14

The lethal dose (usually expressed in terms of the median lethal dose) is the dose which reaches the threshold of toxicity for the biological system in question and results in cell death—or the death of the larger organism.

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0.4 mg/kg DMT by Drug Genius (Ft. Edward Ongweso JR) 14

Dr. Rick Strassman’s government-approved experimentation with the psychoactive substance DMT from 1990-95 shed a great deal of light onto the descriptive experiences of DMT along with the effects of various dosages on a subject’s psyche.

In his book, DMT: The Spirit Molecule: A Doctor’s Revolutionary Research into the Biology of Near-Death and Mystical Experiences (found free here, he goes over his research, experimental method, results, and conclusions in depth.

0.4 milligrams per kilogram of body weight translates to:

  • 35.32 milligrams for the average American male who weighs 88.3 kg (194.7 pounds)
  • 29.88 miligrams for the average American female who weighs 74.7 kg (164.7 pounds)

The one thing to remember with psychedelic drugs, however, is that the effects of the dosage can differ from person to person due to differences in life experiences that manifest in the brain and differences in the biochemical state each person’s body is in at any given time.

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Dimitri DMT by Drug Genius (Ft. Edward Ongweso JR) 14

Most drugs have slang names where they are personalized, usually as a female.

Like most objects, female names are given to drugs because of romantic undertones and perceptions of a relationship that develop between the owner/user and the object in question.

However, there are a million different nicknames for drugs. The following are common US personifications:

Cocaine –> Connie
Ketamine –> Mrs. K
LSD –> Lucy
Marijuana –> Mary Jane
MDMA –> Molly
Meth –> Tina
PCP –> Angel
Qualudes –> Mandy
Salvia –> Sally D

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21st and Berks, this the whole set 2014 HHS1987 Freestyle by Meek Mill (Ft. Omelly & Takbar)

Meek Mill grew up in a North Philadelphia around 21st and Burke street thus the shout out.

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Headshot, cat licked his brains off the curb 2014 HHS1987 Freestyle by Meek Mill (Ft. Omelly & Takbar)

This line is saying more than meets the eye…

In North Philadelphia (where Meek Mill is from), a variety of issues contribute to crime but foremost among them is 911 response time. If a corpse is laying outside long enough for a cat to lick it’s brains completely off the curb, then this is also silently saying cops—and society—don’t really give a fuck about his livelihood.

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I never had a master but I done mastered 2014 HHS1987 Freestyle by Meek Mill (Ft. Omelly & Takbar)

Wordplay relating mastery of ____ (usually rapping) and educational attainment is common throughout the genre. Here, Meek Mill reveals that the fact he doesn’t have a formal certificate of mastery doesn’t prevent him from having mastered hustling.

This brings to mind another bar by CyHi The Prynce where he raps

Huh, and rap is like college
I’m working on my doctorate cause I already mastered it

Meek Mill did however graduate top of his class as a XXL Class of 2011 Freshman.

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Now I pull in the back, my whip sit in the front 2014 HHS1987 Freestyle by Meek Mill (Ft. Omelly & Takbar)

Meek Mill has a notorious assortment of cars that the rest of us mere mortals can only dream of. While he pulls up to his destination at the back because of his celebrity status, he can’t help but show off his hard-earned dollars at work in his newest, nicest ride that he’ll then place out front.

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