I grow it, dry it, shred it in a blender, and then consume it as a tea. Also what a phenomenal discussion and resource list — this could be a course. Thank you so very much for your efforts. Tim, thank you so much for this episode. As per your request on your 5 bullet Fridays email — this was the place to connect with you. I have been a fan of yours for many years, an avid podcast listener, and have gained value from all of your books. Im an acupuncturist and meditation teacher — I know this is a stretch but I would love to share my online meditation course with you and anyone who you think may find it valuable.
As per your request i will not enter the url here — but feel free to ask for it. I find it interesting that he dismissed the role of a shaman and says that anyone can brew ayahuasca in the house.
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I wonder why that is. Great podcast, as always with many inspirational ideas! Also, nice thoughts about the smart drugs not actually making you smarter. The part I got upset with was what your interviewee said about ritaline — being addictive and that you could have the same effects of clarity with discipline, because it puts quite a heavy stigma on people who rely on this substance because of ADHD.
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Concentration problems caused by dopamine imbalance are sure not to be solved with more discipline — discipline can be useful in general, but it does not provide the dopamine level needed for the brain to filter out distractions the same way an average brain does. Actually you would assume that someone without ADHD who takes ritaline would indeed feel stimulated by the extra dopamine — awake, a little jittery, a little euphoric, so they might feel more motivated to go on reading and studying for hours, but the actual ability to concentrate and memorize actually gets worse with too high levels of dopamine.
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Butyrophenones such as haloperidol are useful despite a small theoretic risk of lowering the seizure threshold. Treat seizures, hyperthermia, rhabdomyolysis, hypertension, and cardiac arrhythmias if they occur. New York, N. I loved this episode. And any of your podcasts that explore alternative medicines. How about interviewing a Shaman or someone who can speak about shamanism as it relates to the medicines.
Merging the science with the spiritual. I have some ideas. But hate to name drop on an open forum. Not sure which episode it was mentioned in but looking for recommendation on mujo. I would like to know if Hamilton will ever do an episode on scopolamine angles trumpet plant? Thank you Toni.
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It is a book for those who already know the material. Thank you for your extensive documentation of all those amazing books and people mentioned! I wish there was a 4 hour funnel to absorb it all!
You are a really great interviewer and Hamilton is astounding yet so humble. Worth listening to again and again! Photo: Danilo Parra. Peter Attia vs. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:. Email required Address never made public. Name required. Is their anyway to speed up this podcast to speed 2. Great podcast tim. First class.
Thank you Toni Like Like. I've not experienced such and I don't intend to, but that did not prevent me from writing a whole book about the subject. Language is: Finnish Northern Europe Topics: amanita, mushroom, shrooms, psychedelic, hallucinogenic, entheogenic, nature, ground.
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