Mike Tyson reveals dream of being 'guinea pig' for psychedelic drug trial with hallucinogen 'injected into bloodstream' | The Sun

MIKE TYSON has put his name forward to be a “guinea pig” to trial a new psychedelic drug called DMTX and have it injected “straight into his bloodstream”.

The boxing legend previously revealed the psychedelic 'Toad Venom' drug convinced him to step back inside the ring in 2020.

The Baddest Man on the Planet hung up his gloves in 2005 after retiring against Kevin McBride.

But he made his comeback in November 2020 where he pitted his wits against fellow boxing legend Roy Jones Jr in an exhibition bout.

The two fought to a draw in a behind-closed-doors event in what proved to be an uneventful eight-round affair.

Now former heavyweight champion-turned cannabis entrepreneur has revealed he would love to test out the new drug which 'delivers DMT by drip to volunteers' and lasts for an hour.


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Speaking to British expert and author Graham Hancock, Tyson said: “It's not been widely publicised yet but it's called DMTX. As you know DMT is a quick journey, it's 12, 15 minute journey. A rocket ship to the other side of reality.

“They have found a technology to basically deliver DMT by drip to volunteers. And those volunteers are making extended journeys in the DMT realm.

“They are coming back with the same observations. I want to do that one, the drip.”

Hancock added: “It's like they are mapping another world. It doesn't wear off, it goes straight into the bloodstream and doesn't wear off. And it lasts for about an hour.”

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Hancock, responding to Tyson asking how he can get it, replied: “You talk to Imperial college in London, I think they might be very interested in talking to you.”

The American fighter then said: “I could be one of those guinea pigs. I would love to be a guinea pig for that.”

N,N-Dymethyltriptamine (DMT) is one of the world's most powerful known hallucinogens and is similar to drugs such as LSD and psilocybin.

DMT is said to increase connectivity between different brain networks and boost synaptic plasticity.

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