Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Free and Easy Way to Get “High” with Digital Drugs

What are Digital Drugs?

"Digital drugs" are special audio files, which exactly simulate in our minds the different feelings, sensations and states like happiness, love, euphoria, orgasm or drunkenness.

To immerse yourself in another reality you will need:
* CD/MP3 player, computer or any audio device that play the MP3 format;
* headphones;
* download special audio files "Digital drugs" from the Web.

Some relaxing "Digital drugs" are best to listen to before falling asleep, while others, conversely, are best to cheer yourself up and to improve your self-confidence. Read the description of "Digital drugs" and choose a suitable one for your situation!

How Does it Work?

Now, we know that music can influence mood, but can it really lead to significant changes in brain state? Perhaps. These so-called digital drugs are not merely music, they involve the generation of something called binaural beats. These are rhythmic illusions created through the presentation of sounds with different frequencies to the left and right ears.

The principle, although it has not been thoroughly researched, is that a difference between these two frequencies – say 30 Hertz – will lead to a brainwave state approximating the same frequency.

Brainwaves are the synchronized electrical pulses given off by the neurons in our brains, and are measurable using sensors placed on the scalp. It is believed that certain frequencies relate to certain states of consciousness, such as meditative states.

Users claim to use binaural beats for diverse purposes including meditation, concentration aids, hypnosis, relaxation and sexual stimulation. These has been some research into binaural beats can have a positive psychological impact in improving relaxation, mental performance, concentration and mood. However, there is certainly no academic evidence to suggest effects on the brain of the same order of that created by the ingestion of recreational drugs.

Why It May be Easier than Meditation?

Unlike traditional meditation, which can take years to become an ingrained, effective habit, brainwave entrainment can start taking effect from your first session, at least for some people.

Meditation centers around clearing your mind, quieting distractions and stray thoughts, and focusing on a single mantra or idea. It sounds simple enough… but you’re probably familiar with the fidgety, frustrated feeling that washes over you when you realize your mind has wandered again (for the fifteenth time, since you sat down three minutes ago).

Entrainment shortcuts this time-consuming, often challenging process, and is associated with the same benefits of meditation, including:
* Reduced anxiety and stress
* Better focus and mental clarity
* Better immunity
* Reduced incidence of chronic illness and injury
* Better proprioception
* Deeper sense of satisfaction and peace

A range of simple techniques can enable your brain to drop into that synchronized, meditative wave pattern in just a few minutes.

Your brain experiences four main types of electrical waves. These are Beta, Alpha, Theta and Delta waves. Each type of wave is responsible for a different level of awareness and mental function.

Most of us spend most of our time experiencing Beta brain waves.

These happen at a frequency of 14-30 Hz, and create a waking state of the normal, alert consciousness.

Alpha waves, occurring at 9-13 Hz, is the state you experience when your mind and body are winding down for the day. You are awake, but relaxed and maybe a little drowsy.

Theta waves set in at 4-8 Hz, and are the most variable waves. You can be sleeping lightly and dreaming with Theta waves or awake while in deep meditation or experiencing reduced awareness. A Theta state increases creativity and your capacity for problem solving, as your subconscious mind is more active and accessible.

Finally, Delta waves take over at 4 Hz or below. At this point, you are usually in deep, dreamless sleep and have no awareness of your body.

It is the Theta waves that you want to create, and this is where tools like binaural beats, monaural beats, and photic driving, come into play.

Choosing binaural beats that have frequency differences of between 4 and 8 Hz can allow you to drop in Theta states very quickly. By repeatedly exposing your brain to hemispheric synchronization like this, you train your mind to slip easily into that creative, solution-focused flow state that allows you to perform at a higher level.

Binaural beats are just one method of brainwave entrainment. Any rhythmic audio or visual stimulus can lead you to that meditative state – whether it is a drum beat, a flickering light, or simple music. Most binaural beats use soothing sounds, like flowing water, bells or quiet music, as a vehicle to deliver the alternating frequencies to your brain.

What Developers Say?

With a "digital drug", you can touch those parts of your mind usually reserved for the momentary peaks of our existence. This is a totally legal, completely safe, non-addictive binaural beat recording that releases endorphins, the body's natural "happy pill", to bring about an elevated mood state.

You simply slip on the headphones and relax. You feel soft and cosy. As the noises swish around inside your head, you gain a total sense of clarity and harmony. Your brain naturally generates and releases endorphins, enkephalins, endogenous opiates, and serotonin... your mood elevates, pain disappears, fears and anxieties are crushed. You steadily begin to realize your sensitivity has increased. Suddenly everything looks brighter and more beautiful. Why don't people usually see this? You feel like a famous movie director, with a very special lens on life.

You're totally conscious with amazing clarity of mind. You feel a sense of euphoria. You close your eyes and can suddenly visualize anything you dream of. It's truly amazing. And it doesn't just last for your sixty minute session... this is a totally natural "high on life" digital drug, with the effects lasting for hours afterward... no sudden "drop down", no adverse effects. It's just a feel-great, total-mind state of happiness, pure and simple.

As part of our dedication to being an open, transparent organization, here are the frequencies utilized in the production of the Digital Drug CDs:
* 0.5 - 1.5 Hz - Endorphin release
* 0.9 Hz - Euphoric feeling
* 2.5 Hz - Production of endogenous opiates (pain killers, reduce anxiety)
* 4.0 Hz - Enkephalin release for reduced stress
* 10 Hz - Enhanced serotonin release. Mood elevation, arousal, stimulant
* 14 Hz - Awakeness, alert. Concentration on tasks
* 20.215 Hz - Brings about safe LSD-25 effects
* 30 Hz - Used for safe marijuana effects
* 33 Hz - Hypersensitivity, C. consciousness
* 38 Hz - Endorphin release
* 46.98 Hz - Visualization effects, when used with 62.64 & 70.47 Hz
* Carriers: 90 - 110 Hz - Pleasure-producing beta-endorphin rise
* 111 Hz - Constant beta endorphin release
* Special effects: Light panning phaser effect on the 10 Hz chord

Does it Work?

People say different – some say yes, that works great, some say – no, and that feels awful, and some say – feel nothing. Well, that leads to the conclusion that people are different, files have different quality, and there are numerous external factors, which may play different roles to affect your perception.

If you want to try, start from the free but tested source, so you waive the massive amount of the files, scattered only, of questionable quality.

The leader provider, i-Doser ( offers three Free Doses for you to try. To perform a clean experiment, follow all the recommendations.

It might work for you, it might not… While there is no danger on possible addiction or health hazard, be careful with this experiment, and use the following safety rules:
* Using digital drugs is NOT recommended for people younger than 21, and strongly not advised for anyone younger than 18.
* If you feel discomfort, negative emotions, splashes of fear and anger, stop the experiment, and avoid using the negatively affecting file again. Just accept that this digital dug is not for you.
* Drink some water prior to your experience. Brain wave entrainment slightly increases your metabolism and can make you thirsty during your digital drug or brain wave entrainment experience.
* Adjust your mp3 player equalizer to a heavy 'Bass' setting. Too much treble can offset the effect by increasing the background sounds over the actual digital drug tones.
* Sit or lay down. Try not to move around. Moving too much can interrupt the target brain wave pattern.
* Keep your mind focused on relaxing and enjoying your experience as much as possible. Start your session at a time when you will have no distractions or interruptions.
* Listen to the digital drug or brain wave entrainment for the full length of each track.
* When the digital drug or brain wave entrainment has finished, continue to relax and allow yourself to feel the effects.

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Think twice before wearing Red!

The presence and intensity of red coloration correlate with male dominance and testosterone in a variety of animal species, and even artificial red stimuli can influence dominance interactions. In humans, red stimuli are perceived as more threatening and dominant than other colors, and wearing red increases the probability of winning sporting contests. We investigated whether red clothing biases the perception of aggression and dominance outside of competitive settings, and whether red influences decoding of emotional expressions.

Diana Wiedemann, etc. Red clothing increases perceived dominance, aggression and anger

The color perception has a definite effect on the human brain perception, and that is true for each and every color. However, color red has a special ability to send the non-verbal signal to the surrounding brains.  The new research suggests that men who wear red clothes send out a signal that they are angry and dominant.

For example, the idea of wearing a red tie - known as a “power tie” - is related to business or issuing a red alert. “Men may wish to think carefully about wearing red in social situations and perhaps important meetings such as job interviews,” said Diana Wiedemann from Durham University.

Being perceived as aggressive or dominant may be an advantage in some circumstances but a disadvantage in others, for example, where teamwork or trustworthiness is important.

When 50 male and 50 female volunteers were showed images of men in different colored t-shirts, they rated those wearing red as more aggressive and angry than those in blue or grey do. However, while the male volunteers also tended to consider men wearing red as “dominant”, the female volunteers did not.
“The results of the research may have parallels in nature and could provide insights into whether it is advisable to wear red in certain social situations,” added Rob Barton, professor in evolutionary anthropology who led the study.

We know some animals use red adornments to entice a mate. Skin redness in people is also linked to higher levels of testosterone and a fluctuating emotional state.

Wearing red clothes can also boost a man's chances of winning a sporting contest. The team has previously shown that wearing red can have effects in sport, promoting aggression and competitiveness within teams and intimidating opponents.

According to Professor Barton, they are currently talking to organizers of combat sports about the possibility of introducing new rules on competitors wearing red, to avoid the color being used to unfair advantage.

“Taken together, the findings suggest a clear association between the color red and perceptions of anger, possibly related to the role of facial reddening as a natural sign of anger,” the authors concluded.

However, if you are a woman, and you are preparing for the date, the sentiments should be different. When it comes to sex and women, red works at your advantage. Red lips, red lingerie, red dress. Studies show that men perceive women who wear red on dating profiles as both sexier and more open to a sexual encounter.

For man, red color is also recommended to wear in casual settings, when you are looking to impress or sweep someone off their feet. A bright red shirt makes a woman think of you as a passionate, sexy and powerful person who is adventurous and likes the limelight, whereas a slightly deeper red gives off an aura of being more cultivated and refined. An offshoot of red is the color pink. When wearing a bright pink, you are giving off signals of being sensual, wild and flirtatious whereas a lighter pink is probably more suitable for a date as you tend to come across more as romantic and compassionate.

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Monday, April 20, 2015

Truth and Fiction about 420

It's April 20, the day on which marijuana enthusiasts around the country celebrate their favorite smokable green herb at events like the Cannabis Cup in Denver and Snoop Lion's (nee-Dogg's) 420 Festival in LA. But, why April 20?

There are far more myths surrounding April 20, or, as it is written numerically, 4.20, than there are facts. But here’s one incontrovertible statement about the date: A lot of people are going to be undoubtedly high this day and age going to have a lot of fun.

Smoking pot on 4.20 (preferably at 4:20) has become the marijuana community’s version of Oktoberfest — a secular holiday dedicated to the consumption of a mild intoxicant.

But where, when, and why did the tradition start? The Huffington Post, the Los Angeles Times, High Times, the 420 Times and the skeptical folks at have all satisfied their fact-checking departments that the tradition began with a group of teens known as the Waldos who grew up in Marin County, California. (Delightfully, they were called “the Waldos” because they liked to hang out beside a wall near San Rafael High School.)

The Waldos, among them Mark Gravitch, Dave Reddix and Steve Capper, initially attempted to conceal their identities to protect their adult lives and careers. They used to employ Ramones-style code names like Waldo Dave, Waldo Steve and Waldo Mark, but these days they are embracing their roles in pot history.

They have produced and displayed a 420 flag that dates back to the 1970s and have also submitted as evidence postmarked letters from the same era that use the number as a code for marijuana.

Here are just some of the awesome things that are not true about 420:

* 420 is not police code for marijuana violations. But interestingly, 420 is the radio code for homicide in both fact (the Las Vegas Police Department) and fiction (CSI).
* 420 is not the number of active chemical compounds in marijuana. (It is 315.)
* 420 is Adolf Hitler’s birthday, but that is not where the tradition comes from.
* 420 is what you get if you multiply 12 by 35, the numbers from the title of the Bob Dylan song “Rainy Day Woman no. 12 and no. 35.” That song does contain the refrain “everybody must get stoned.” But that is not why 420 became the pothead’s favorite number.
* 420 is not the date Bob Marley died (he died on 5/11/81), nor is 4/20 his birthday. It is also not the date that Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin or Jim Morrison died.
* 420 does not refer to the section of the California penal code relating to marijuana. Section 420 of the California penal code refers to obstructing entry on public land.
* 420 has nothing to do with teatime in Holland. First, 4:20 p.m. in Holland is not 4:20 p.m. — it is 16:20, like the rest of Europe. This idea randomly began appearing (funnily enough) in articles about the origin of 420, never with anything to back it up. April 20 is also not the date marijuana was legalized in Amsterdam.

The actual reason the five original Waldos used the number is because 4:20 was the time they would meet each day to go search for a legendary lost marijuana crop near the Point Reyes Coast Guard Station.

According the Waldos, in 1971 they were your typical weed-lovin’ Cali high school students. They heard that some dude from the Coast Guard had been forced to abandon a plot of marijuana plants in Point Reyes and decided to find the fabled field. They agreed to meet at a statue of French microbiologist Louis Pasteur at 4:20PM, then they would smoke up and stumble around the wilds of Point Reyes searching. Despite looking for several weeks, they never uncovered the tantalizing supply of free dope, but they did coin a code they could use to conceal their drug use from their parents and teachers.

Its likely 420 would have died on the vine except that Waldo Dave’s older brother was a friend of Phil Lesh, bassist for the Grateful Dead. Learning the phrase from the patient zero Waldos group, Lesh and the Dead then co-opted the term and spent the next 35 years touring the globe, smoking weed and passively popularizing the association between the number 420 and the consumption of pot.

Once in the hands of the whimsical and subversive stoner community — which has always adored semi-secret ways to communicate their pot affection — the number 420 began to find its way into all kinds of hilarious places.

Several famous examples:
* A piece of medical marijuana legislation in California was called State Bill 420.
* Denver Interstate mile marker 420 was also stolen so frequently it was recently replaced with the unconventional mile marker 419.99.
* Most of the clocks in the movie Pulp Fiction are set to 4:20.

The popularity of 420 exploded when the advent of the internet slashed communication lag to an all-time minimum. This, combined with the ever-decreasing illegality of marijuana, resulted in a public that has embraced 420 like never before.

These days there are smoke outs and smoke ins held on 4.20, “420-friendly” roommate listings on Craigslist and a slate of 4.20 events planned and publicized in cities from Denver to Atlanta to New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

It may have taken almost half a century, but 420 has now made the long strange trip from a wall in Marin County to a firm place in weed lore. Now if its originators could only find that damn pot field in Point Reyes…

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