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It’s high time we covered acetylcholine — the most plentiful neurotransmitter in the body. And our Know Your Neurotransmitters series continues with the best guest possible to talk to us about acetylcholine.
Psychedelics are endlessly fascinating: the preliminary research shows so many therapeutic benefits — yet there’s so much we still don’t know.
We know about the detrimental effects of light on our sleep — but how we can harness light in a positive way, for alertness, mood, and our Circadian rhythms?
Sarcasm can the foundation of misunderstanding but maybe there’s something about sarcasm that can connect us to the power of creativity.
Social lubricant. Addictive evil. Between these extremes there’s a sea of alcohol.
Jesse talks to the authors of the new book “Stealing Fire” about the widespread use of altered states (achieved through many different means) to achieve heightened performance.
What makes human brains special? How do animal brains compare to our own?
Our complex biology requires complex, personalized medicine.
Marijuana isn’t the first thing you think of to fight off aging. But studies hint that low-dose cannabinoids might be just the thing to protect against brain inflammation.
GABA is crucial for stability in the brain. Supplementing with passion flower is one of the best methods of promoting GABA.
Our first-ever nootropic stacks: NEXUS and MITOGEN
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