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i take melatonin and i smoke calea zacatechi (spelling is
messed) also i smoke a herbal mixture with many dream herbs,
manly mugwort witha little bit of dried amanita. not every night
though it isn't always what i would call restful sleep.
I notice that when I just take a multivitamin high in b vitamins right before bed that enhances sleep and dreams. I've done valerian with that too, but valerian seems to leave me with a really groggy feeling when I wake up.
Anything that increases serotonin levels should give you more intense dreams, right? It's what I have experienced with an SSRI.
Hmmm... I'm not sure about that. The main thing is to maximize acetylcholine levels, but possibly serotonin plays a part as well.
Originally Posted by chico
Should these "enhancements" be taken on an empty stomach in order to yield best results? Often, I eat right before going to bed.
Ideally, yes, but it's not essential.
Originally Posted by korky8097
hyperreal, where do you get that stuff? THe DMAE i mean.
Health food stores sell it, but I've found that they're often out of stock. I've actually stopped using DMAE, because choline is cheaper and more easily come by, although this centrophenoxine nanobrain mentioned sounds interesting. It's a compound of DMAE and another chemical called parachlorophenoxyacetate.
I understand the concern of the forum is if a drug can be taken to increase amount and quality of dreams. And risking toleave the subject wonder: since dreaming is a process of the subconcuiousness, Wouldn´t something like repeating a "mantra"calling for dreams work even better, since this process goes directly into subconcient???<?:namespace prefix = o ns = "urnchemas-microsoft-comfficeffice" />
anyway the process could take longer, maybe a few days, but I have personally achieved excellent results with this one.