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> Making a USABLE tDCS Device?
NZhu
post Dec 04, 2011, 05:18 PM
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I've read about one way to make a tDCS device which is litteraly connecting a battery to a resistor to a pair of sponges, but at the end of all of these instructions they say don't ACTUALLY try this which pretty much makes the device worthless.

Does anyone know of a way to make a tDCS device that can be used?

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post Mar 13, 2012, 08:17 AM
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Lol. Heres a link to my blog about it. Augmentation Limitless Yes. Yes, I of course say don't do this. What do you expect man? I mean, regardless of how much evidence and research one does... there is risk. I mean, what if you have some magic pheocytochroma that worked it's way to directly below your temple... and the tDCS causes the release of some huge amount of epi causing a hypertensive crisis and death.... how the hell can someone predict something like that? If I say water is safe, then some dumb ass somewhere who gets hospitalized for diluting his electrolytes by drinking 4 gallons in a sitting... now has maneuvering room to file a lawsuit against me.

If what your looking for is a declaration of safety? Your not going to get it. Even devices which you purchase come with big disclaimers.
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