Thursday, September 3, 2015

Read how Scopolamine / Devils Breath does what it does

It's easy for people to say something doesn't exist or that something isn't capable of doing all the nasty things that scopolamine (Devils Breath) is claimed to do.

Fear, ignorance?
Who wants to believe that a drug like Devil's Breath exists?

However, when you have an understanding of it and how it works, you are no longer struggling to believe or not to believe.

When you are provided with the necessary knowledge of what Devil's Breath (Scopolamine) actually does once inside the brain & body, then you have a better understanding of how it does the evil that it does and you then can begin to realize the truth.

I get highly irritated when I hear people debunk Devils Breath, claim that it doesn't exist or that Scopolamine (Devils Breath) just can't do what it is claimed to do. I get irritated because not a single person who makes claims that it can't do what it is claimed to do ever explains how it can't or provides any information to substantiate why it can't or how it can't exist or do what it does.

After what I have seen, what I know and how it is made, used and after watching first hand its capabilities, these people who tell you that Devils Breath doesn't exist or can't do what it is often claimed to do are doing themselves and you a great disservice.

I recently watched a man in a low level health related field boast to people with such confidence that there was no way that Devils Breath existed and no drug that could do what Devils Breath is claimed to do.

Let me start here:

 is an organic molecule that acts as a neurotransmitter and greatly effects: Excitability, Inhibition & Decision making.

Acetylcholine also plays an extensive role in attention and consciousness. 
It is synthesized in nerve cells making up the cholinergic pathway especially those found in the Basal forebrain & Hyppocampus (memory & learning)

The basal forebrain is considered to be the major cholinergic output of the central nervous system. 
These structures in the Basal Forebrain are important in the production of acetylcholine.

Acetylcholine is then distributed widely throughout the brain.

Scopolamine (Devil's Breath) is an anti-cholinergic, it is a tropane alkaloid drug with muscarinic antagonist. 

Muscarinic receptor antagonist (MRA) is an agent that blocks the activity of the muscarinic acetylcholine receptor.

Any irregularities in the blockage or production of acetycholine
and the basal forebrain functions cause core symptoms
of both hypoactive and hyperactive delirium,
disorganized thinking,
and perceptual disturbances (hallucinations)

Scopolamine “blocks or suppresses the acetylcholine receptor activity” thereby preventing a cholinergic neuron to return to its resting state after activation.

This means that anti-cholinergics block or prohibit the Basal Forbrain from producing Acetylcholine, thereby suppressing or blocking signal transmission, esp. effecting:
memory, attention, consciousness, decision making etc.

Additionally, by suppressing or blocking signal transmission, among other things, the reduction or prevention of acetylcholine actually prevents the retrieval of old memories from interfering with the making of new memories.

If acetylcholine is blocked repeatedly, for a prolonged period of time,
permanent brain damage results,
as occurs when blocked by long term, high doses of
scopolamine (Devil's Breath)

In general, Central Nervous System neurons do not regenerate well after brain damage (remember this)

Many people have been given the scopolamine patch for nausea, motion sickness etc. here is why it works:

Acetylcholine has the ability to mimic the electrical stimulation of the
 vagus nerve.

The vagus nerve has branches that run from the brainstem to the larynx (voicebox) and controls the movement of the vocal cords.

Anticholinergics such as scopolamine and atropine are called vagolytic because they inhibit the action of the vagus nerve on many organs, including the vocal cords and can cause vocal cord paralysis. (relied on by criminals partaking in a specific crime)

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