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Re: Article on Brain Laterality and Emotions

Posted by jamie on November 12, 1999, at 2:57:11

In reply to Article on Brain Laterality and Emotions, posted by Noa on November 11, 1999, at 13:22:27

It's interesting if you use a mirror to reflect one side of a person's face so both sides are the same you get a totally different face. Switch the mirror to the other half and yet another totally different face emerges. The left side and the right side of face are quite different. I suppose it's easy to envision the brain is similarly different on both sides.

When surfing through some of those psychotropic nootropic antiaging herbal sites I remember reading about an herb that has the effect of linking the two halves of the brain. The result is enhanced creativity, enhanced verbal skills. I don't remember what herb/drug it was though. But it supposedly allowed both sides of the brain to work better as one unit rather two distinct units. An example given was a boss who gave the herb to a secretary who then developed incredible office, verbal, and creativity skills she didn't previously have. Anyone else read about this?




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