Bufo Toad Venom For Sales
Bufo Toad Venom also known as Bufotenin (5-HO-DMT) is named after the Bufo toads — which are the primary source of this natural psychoactive compound. It’s most closely related to DMT — producing a similar dreamlike state by interacting with the 5-HT2A receptors.
There are several species of toad that secrete this potent hallucinogen on the surface of their skin — but the most popular is the Colorado River Toad (Bufo alvarius). Traditionally, the skin of these toads was eaten to produce intense visual hallucinations and visions.
Unfortunately, these toads also secrete other compounds on their skin, some of which are highly toxic.
The better source of this hallucinogen is the seeds of plants like Mucuna pruriens, Anadenanthera colubrina, and Anadenanthera peregrin.
Bufotenin itself is not toxic — the LD50 of this substance (in mice) is around 200 mg/kg — which is a very high dose.