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delic jungle plant that experts say gives you a nearA traditional jungle plant can create a near-death experience when consumed, research has found. Ayahuasca, which natives in Central and South America drink in liquid form, is used to create the psy

chedelic drug known as Dimethyltryptamine (DMT). And while the drug is illeg

al in most countries, its link with spirituality is widely ac

knowledged. The powerful hallucinogen is usually used for ceremonial purposes in South America and has earned the nickname the spirit molecule. A study has

found a large overlap between the effects of the drug, and descriptions of so-called near death experiences (NDEs). Aya

huasca brew with baniseriopsis caapi mimosa hostilis rootbark and chackruna leaves on shamanic drum (Image: iStockphoto) The traditional jun

gle plant can simulate a near-death experience when eaten (Image: iStockphoto) Read MoreRelated ArticlesDemi Lovato overdosed on Oxycodone laced with fentanyl as dealer ran away Researchers from Imperial College London provided 13 volunteers with DMT and they completed a questionnaire afterwards. Their responses

were compared to those of a sample of 67 people, who have previously had NDEs. The plant is consumed in liquid form by native people in central and south America (stock image) (Image: iStockphoto) Read MoreRel

ated ArticlesEcstasy dealer faces jail after selling deadly dose to schoolgirl, 14, who fell ill after taking two tablets Each of the groups reported vis

ions of bright light and the feeling outside of the body. There was also an experience of travelling through a

void, inner peace and a sense of transitioning to a new world

. Vivid inner visions are created with after consuming the plant (Image: iStockphoto) Read MoreTop news stories from Mirror OnlineSnow causes treacherous conditionsBritain to rescue trapped UK citizensMiracle tot saved despite heart stoppingKobe helicopter given special clearance Similarities happen because the drug and NDEs trigger similar processes in the brain. Dr Robin Carhart-Harris, lead author of the study in the journal Frontiers in

Psychology, told the MailOnline that studying the effects of DMT would help scientists better understand the psycholo

gy and biology of dying.

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