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> Creativity cocktail - ketamine/huperzine, choline? help me clarify
dsohei
post Aug 02, 2011, 04:36 PM
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alright, to sum up, i'm a 31 year old male, 185 lbs 6 feet. practice a paleo diet with minimal toxins, experienced in regular daily meditation and self-hypnosis/nlp for 5+ years. i am not perfect, but i have significantly healed some long standing health issues such as depression, ptsd trauma, and autoimmune disease symptoms (really messed up childhood lol)

so on to the present: getting further into study of nootropics, re: 4 hour body, etc. also experienced user of ketamine, entheogens, etc, to aid in meditative states and self-discovery. in my normal, baseline life i tend towards being overly serious, practical, and slightly depressed. i mitigate all this with copious therapeutic techniques but have recently been experimenting with alpha gpc, phosphatidylserine, huperzine, vinpocetine, etc.
so far, huperzine is similar to the effects of ketamine in regards to the lucid creative state of mind, where ideas come quickly, new connections are made, and everything is enjoyable and intrinsically motivating.

what, if any, are the connections between huperzine and choline? what is huperzine actually doing to help create this state of creativity? is there a better creativity cocktail?
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post Aug 03, 2011, 08:11 AM
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Well, making long history short, yes, there is a connection between huperzine and choline.
-Choline is used by the body to create acetylcholine, a neurotransmissor involved in memory rettention.
-Huperzine is an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor, being acetylcholinesterese an enzyme that breaks down acetylcholine its inhibition would lead to a higher acetylcholine presence.

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