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> Mind Machines, Brain Entrainment, AND Smart Drugs., Synergy Between Drugs & Technology.
Patrick D. Rockwell
post Aug 09, 2006, 12:55 PM
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Has anyone tried using Smart Drugs in combination with one of the so called Mind Machines or Binaural
Beat brain entrainment CD's? Has it helped? I'm very interested in cognative enhancement and I'd like
to buy a Nova Pro 100 later this year.

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post Aug 09, 2006, 01:00 PM
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my experience is that binaural beats do not contribute much towards cognitive enhancement, with or without combined smart drug usage. It's fine if you enjoy listening to binaural beats, but you can find such music/sounds for free, and shouldn't actually spend any money on it.
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post Jun 21, 2013, 12:44 AM
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I had a really amazing experience using Vasopressin and the Laxman mind machine, I was searching google to find out if anyone else had anything like this happen... And came across this thread. It allowed me to remember things from my childhood that I wasn't able to access using Vasopressin on it's own, something about the combination is unbelievable! There was a synergistic reaction between the Vasopressin and the mind machine. Have any of you experienced this?

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post Jun 21, 2013, 12:52 AM
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Can't say I have, thought I have tried the combo. An interesting study came out recently about matching the brains frequency in real time with an audio signal, and it had a statistically significant effect of memory retention. I'll try and find it tomorrow (if I can remember!) smile.gif
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post Jun 21, 2013, 11:53 AM
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Ehh couldn't find it in a 2-min search--so this will have to do instead.

http://healingmindn.com/personal/musiclangEEG2007.pdf

As for binaural beats, I personally think the the level of sophistication available now is just a marketing gimmick for people who cannot make real music smile.gif Go hit the Beethoven!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCqOHFvO3po
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