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As a lawyer, I am with you in this one, SpaceMonkeye.
Also, I want to underline the word of caution from SystemShock. When dealing with hardcore stuff people can very easily step into deep shit, if they don't know what they are doing and/or are not careful enough. I.e. back in the days when I was a neuroscience student I volunteered to take part in a nootropics phase 1…
Take a look at "Physical Analysis of Several Organic Signals for Human Echolocation" Acta Acustica united with Acustica, Volume 95, Number 2, March/April 2009 , pp. 325-330(6). If you are serious about it may be a good idea to get in direct touch with Professor Martinez et al who have studied the training process. And of…
Btw, early Mormon settlers adopted what is now called Mormon Tea -also known as Whorehouse or Cowboy Tea-, made of the stuff. Not as powerful as the Asian Ephedra, though. Anyone interested may want to visit a Chinese pharmacy and ask for Ma Huang (at least here in China is widely available).
In fact the real reason why ephedrine based supplements were banned in the first place was because Meth labs were using them as precursor to cook meth. They then had to turn to cough meds that still contained some of it, or use whatever.
Ezekiel, may be you referring to the case of Professor David Nutt, chief drugs adviser of the UK government, who was immediately sacked from his job after reporting that alcohol and tobacco are more harmful than drugs such as LSD and ecstasy? You can still find the paper, though: Nutt et al, "Drug harms in the UK: a…
I go for the ECA stack usually used by body builders as pre-workout supplement. It's extremely cheap, natural and it does the job nicely. Just take into consideration that there is no magic pill to get sharper, you must work to improve your organism condition, caring and fueling it properly. Instead of ephedrine I go for…