- New evidence caffeine may slow Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, restore cognitive function
"Although caffeine is the most widely consumed psychoactive drug worldwide, its potential beneficial effect for maintenance of proper brain functioning has only recently begun to be adequately appreciated. Substantial evidence from epidemiological studies and fundamental research in animal models suggests that caffeine may be protective against the cognitive decline seen in dementia and Alzheimer's disease"
(tags:oh+thank+god my+brain+will+live+forever fuck+yeah fuck+you neuro med )
- Australian researchers identify a new disease
Researchers at the Queensland Institute of Medical Research (QIMR) and the Royal Brisbane Women's Hospital have identified a previously undiagnosed condition and successfully treated it by performing an experimental stem cell transplant.
- Japan rocket to blast off with Venus probe and ‘space yacht’
Japan was set to launch its first Venus probe Tuesday, using a rocket that will deploy an experimental "space yacht" propelled by solar particles bouncing off its kite-shaped sail.
- Taurus ? Brain Music?
" BRAIN MUSIC? is a very special and advanced music. It was created by highly sophisticated computer engineers, and was specially designed to be in perfect harmony with your brain."
(tags:neuro music )
- Changa: The Evolution of Ayahuasca
"Changa is quite possibly one of the most amazing innovations in the technology of the sacred in our lifetime. The smoking blend is a combination of banisteriopsis caapi leaves (commonly known as the ayahuasca vine) and a natural extract of DMT…"
- Podcast : Inside the Tryptamine Palace
" In which experiential journalist Rak Razam delves into the secret history of DMT from Stephen Szara's experiments in the 1950s, William Burroughs (whom Oroc calls the "Godfather of DMT") and his radical break with English language caused by his DMT experiences ("language is a virus") through to the lower language bardos of the DMT realm where the golden code of meaning manifests."
Links for 2010-05-17
Published in brainjuice