Tihkal says: Lying midway between DMT and DIPT is the ethyl compound, N-ethyl-N-methyltryptamine, or MET. It can be made by adding ethyl acetate to a reaction mixture where the formamide of tryptamine (see under NMT) has been reduced to NMT but there is still a goodly excess of hydride still remaining. The free base, as an oil, shows oral activity in the eighty to one hundred milligram range, so going from a methyl to an ethyl does indeed protect the compound from total enzymatic annihilation when taken orally. Now I got interested when someone mentioned MET in Drugnews section. Any trials of this in smoked freebase, if it is similar to DMT? I just noticed that MIPT entry does not have any info on smoking either, I wonder if it works for MIPT..