Dec22-11, 07:01 PM
I stumbled across this while researching something else, which often happens.
lateral ventrical part 1
lateral ventrical part 2
Do the neurons in the circumventricular organs sense (or process) the concentrations of LSD and if so, do they do it "without the need for specialized transport systems which move those compounds across the blood–brain barrier" ? If so, do they then contribute to the effects that one experiences ? Or must LSD really cross the blood brain barrier in order to produce its effects ?
Rhody... I bet some of you thought I had given up the search into the transport, delivery and absorption of this compound, not a chance...
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