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post Feb 24, 2017, 03:28 AM
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Hi guys, newbie to this forum! I'm just looking for clues as to why vaping appears to dull or pause the otherwise noticeable effects of piracetam, modafinil, lions mane and others. If I stop vaping, then the effects restart after 1-2 hours. I'm curious what the theory of action is here. I wondered if the nicotine stimulating the nicotinic receptors and or GABA might dampen acetylcholine production, but I'm too green in neuropharmacology to figure this out. Anyone have any thoughts please?

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post Feb 24, 2017, 11:16 AM
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The nicotinic receptors may be doing a bit of an override.
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