A vape pen, of course, is a simple, sleek, pen-shaped electronic device that lets users easily inhale drugs — usually nicotine or THC.
But modified versions of them can easily be filled with DMT. That obviates the need to use a complicated smoking apparatus like a dab rig, that can be clumsy and prone to misfires.
There were tutorials uploaded about DMT vape pens at least six years ago
Now this powerful psychedelic drug was being packaged in vape pens? Does this mean people can now trip on DMT anywhere and everywhere, from the back of a bus to a break at work?
But, anecdotally, it looks like a small minority of kids compensate by being unrepentant fiends. The internet has given them knowledge of, and the dark net access to, an alphabet soup of mind-cranking molecules, from 2C-B to 4-AcO to 5-MeO. Truthful information on the internet teaches them these psychedelics are relatively physically harmless, and so these psycho-nots are nom-nom-noming a whole cheese plate’s worth of drugs. (The stories of kids getting spun out on psychedelics are less well-shared online.)
No other drug carries the sleek cultural approval and awe that DMT does, and if a kid smokes a breakthrough dose at a party, it can get her the kind of respect other kids in other generations got from jumping off a rooftop or smashing a beer can into their foreheads.
And then there’s this ultimate sign of DMT’s ubiquity: