Smart drugs are NOT for human consumption?

You may be surprised to discover that some of the most effective smart drugs are officially NOT for human consumption.

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Legally, it is basically in the same category as a candle.

If you really wanted to you could consume a candle. It would taste pretty terrible, but a cop would not come along and charge you with a crime for doing so. Candles are legal to possess and own. You can have as many candles as you want. You can give candles to your friends and family. You can start your own store selling candles. You can transport as many candles as you want in your car without fear of being arrested. You could even cross international borders with your candles, if you have a bunch of them it may raise a little suspicion but it is not illegal.

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  • Its antidepressant and pro-social properties.
  • Its 10–14 day effect on long-term memory.
  • The 20-year long-term population study done on it.
  • Its mild tolerance curve.
  • Its cognitive enhancement and mitochondrial performance enhancement functions.
  • Its virtual lack of side effects.
  • Its affordability ($40 for a 3 month supply)

Why is this?

Simply, because it’s been around and been used for a long enough time that it’s patents have expired. That’s why it’s so affordable. No big corporations have an incentive to sell or aggressively market it.

  • You have free speech to say whatever the hell you want.
  • You can pay your taxes (or not).
  • You are not forced to associate with anyone.
  • You can consume whatever you want (including drugs).
  • The government doesn’t give you any money for education or guarantee a loan for you to go to college.
  • The government doesn’t provide a police force or fire department to respond if your house catches on fire or your car is stolen. You would need to pay monthly for private fire and police companies to keep you safe.
  • The government is not out fixing potholes in the streets or making sure bridges don’t collapse. You would have to pay a private company to do that stuff.
  • There’s certainly no welfare or pensions. If you get fired from your job and you don’t have savings. You’ll be out on the street.
  • You don’t have celebrity politicians making millions of dollars or a huge federal government employing many thousands of people. The government would mostly consist of city councils of unpaid yet concerned citizens to who devoted their time to debating whether your city should allow AirBNB or Uber or let those teenagers play their music loudly at night.
  • In a growing number of states it is legal to consume marijuana and it’s certainly culturally acceptable to spend a weekend doing LSD, Ketamine or MDMA at a music festival. In another 5–10 years I would not be surprised if we saw a number of these kinds of drugs also being legalized.
  • And even though Facebook or Twitter practice political censorship, legally you have free speech to say almost anything. A comedian can get up in a comedy club and make fun of religion, politics, race or really anything. You can have a holocaust denial meet up at Starbucks. You could crap on the floor, sprinkle glitter on it and display it in an art gallery (in Los Angeles).
Originally published on I’m not a doctor, medical professional, or trained therapist. I’m a researcher and pragmatic biohacking practitioner exercising free speech to share evidence as I find it. I make no claims. Please practice skepticism and rational critical thinking. You should consult a professional about any serious decisions that you might make about your health. Affiliate links in this article support Limitless Mindset — spend over $100 and you’ll be eligible to join the Limitless Mindset Secret Society.

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