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Dimethyltryptamine promotes neurogenesis

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“In neurodegenerative diseases, it is the death of certain types of neurons that causes the symptoms of pathologies such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Although humans can generate new neuronal cells, this depends on several factors and is not always possible.”

“The challenge is to activate our dormant capacity to form neurons and thus replace the neurons that die as a result of the disease. This study shows that DMT is capable of activating neural stem cells and forming new neurons.”

Full report at TechExplorist: Link

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It certainly does something, that's for sure. And found naturally in many plants. 

I wouldn't mind giving it another go. First time was definitely an eye opener, would like to explore deeper. 

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