Pharmacologically induced narcissistic optimism

Any Biohacker who has really pushed the envelope with cognitive enhancement is familiar with what I like to call pharmacologically induced narcissistic optimism.

A sensation that I imagine being somewhat akin to a young Jedi dabbling with the dark side of the force

  • A feeling of being able to tap into a vast reserve of internal power.
  • A feeling a titanic confidence.
  • A feeling of being indomitable.
  • But there’s also an awareness of destructive capacity; that if I was this focused, motivated and confident all the time, I’d be dangerous.

If you’ve taken the right combination of cognitive enhancers you know that’s it’s not hyperbolic to say that they really do imbue a limitless mindset.

Grandiose pros, I know, a cognitive psychologist would call it a state of relaxed arousal and hyperfrontality — flowstate.

Most recently, in fact today, I found my self in just such a state thanks to a combination of Semax, Piracetam, Vinpocetine and meditation.

I can’t tell you what exactly you’re going to need to consume to flirt with the dark side, I also can’t promise that it won’t be habit forming but it’s worth experimenting with as many different Nootropics and Biohacking tools as you need to — to figure out what YOUR recipe for grandeur is.

In the classic film Schindler’s List (which you really should watch again!) there’s this great scene where Schindler convinces the Nazi commander that true power is the capacity to have someone killed on whim, with a just a few words but instead deciding to show a bit compassion and pardon the person from certain death like a Roman Caesar might. The Nazi commander discovers that true power is being able to make that very agency decision to use one’s powers magnanimously even when it would be easier to use them in a totally self serving way.

I’ll suggest that smart drugs are shortcut to experiencing that type of high agency confidence that is usually only enjoyed by heads of state, celebrities or military commanders.

Adapt-232 the Soviet Formula
My next product is going to be a reanimation of the Adapt-232 formula that was developed behind the iron curtain during the cold war by the Soviet Union.
It’s been to space and back as it was used by cosmonauts but it was also a hardcore herbal performance enhancer used by olympic power lifters, supersonic aviators and infantry fighting in the forlorn mountains of Afghanistan.
Not counting some the experiments of very dubious ethics done in the soviet union, the three ingredients have an impressive +70 human clinical trials done on them. They are VERY proven as safe, performance enhancing, Nootropic herbs.
You can DIY a fairly accurate amalgamation of the soviet formula by combining

IF you order from the powdered source I recommend via the links above it will cost you about a hundred bucks to pickup a 6 month supply of Adapt-232. In a few months when I launch a capsuled, branded version of Adapt-232 and a TWO months supply of it will cost about the same. So please take advantage of the savings now!
If you order the three ingredients forward me the receipt and I will send you some special usage and consumption instructions.
Checkout this cool little video about Adapt-232

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Richard P. Feynman was a science and mathematics prodigy and one of the great physicists of the 20th century. He worked on the atomic bomb as part of the Manhattan project and as a professor at Caltech and Cornell. He was true polymath that had a bit of an antiestablishmentarian streak and a was contrarian thinker.

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My Biohacker review of Immune 26 Hyperimmune Egg — a surprisingly effective immune system fortifying supplement. If you’ve had challenges with your immune system or are just sick of getting sick Immune26 is worth your attention.

Updated Infographic:
Nootropic Ingredients — A flowchart of Nootropics by category.
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Recipe for Grandeur — A flowchart of Nootropics by category.

Best regards,

Jonathan Roseland




Adventuring philosopher, Pompous pontificator, Writer, K-Selected Biohacker, Tantric husband, Raconteur & Smart Drug Dealer 🇺🇸

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Adventuring philosopher, Pompous pontificator, Writer, K-Selected Biohacker, Tantric husband, Raconteur & Smart Drug Dealer 🇺🇸

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