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Microdosing Psychedelics For Cognitive Enhancement

Microdosing Psychedelics For Cognitive Enhancement

Most drugs used for nootropic purposes are far different from drugs that are used recreationally. However, a handful of substances with “no accepted medical use” in countries like the United States hold great promise as cognitive enhancers. 15 more words

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How To Microdose Psychedelics Safely For Cognitive Enhancement

How To Microdose Psychedelics Safely For Cognitive Enhancement

Most drugs used for nootropic purposes are far different from drugs that are used recreationally. However, a handful of substances with “no accepted medical use” in countries like the United States hold great promise as cognitive enhancers. 15 more words

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Modafinil, the Ultimate 'Study Aid': What is It and Where To Buy It

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Modafinil, the Ultimate ‘Study Aid’: What is It and Where To Buy It

An entire generation of students and entrepreneurs certify the use of Modafinil as a cognitive enhancer. 12 more words

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Transcranial direct current stimulation & cognitive enhancement

There’s so much research out there… So much that some time ago I learned that in science, as probably in other fields too, one has only to choose a side of an argument and then, provided that s/he has some good academic search engines skills and institutional access to journals, get the articles that support that side. 559 more words

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The Neurohacker's Toolbox: Nootropics

this post originally appeared on Neurohacker Collective

Nootropics. You might have heard of them. The “limitless pill” that keeps Billionaires richer than you. The ‘smart drugs’ that students are taking to help jack up their hyperfocus ( 743 more words

The basic esentials

Today we live in a super processed world where the food we consume has been strained of its vital components and inoculated with the precious chemicals that make our taste buds fire off like crazy. 273 more words

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Super-Intelligent Humans are Coming

By Stephen Hsu

Nautilus

In Daniel Keyes’ novel Flowers for Algernon, a mentally challenged adult called Charlie Gordon receives an experimental treatment to raise his IQ from 60 to somewhere in the neighborhood of 200. 299 more words

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