When I was a child, I hated history. Not sure if I just didn’t like the facts of the past or the teacher telling us about them. This changed with time, probably because of my curious nature. I love searching for clues! This last week I discovered the history of one of the oldest drugs we … Continue reading Time travel over coffee
With 159mil (60kg) bags produced in 2016 and a record global consumption of 158mil bags, coffee is a world traded commodity. This means that in average (2016) every single human life on Earth consumed ~1.27kg (2.8lbs) of coffee. In my humble opinion, this makes caffeine the most widely administered drug on Earth!
If coffee is a drug, then I’m under influence every morning! I was so for decades.
My exploration of melatonin and its maker – the pineal gland – unveiled to me an unexpected world of ancient mystery and spiritual illumination.
Our physiological functions follow a well-established cycle governed by a very precise circadian organization. Immune and antioxidant defenses, glucose regulation, reproduction, and cancer are all processes impacted by the regularity of our body’s exposure to daylight or rest at night. Two hormones are in charge with communicating the extent of sun light exposure and appropriate … Continue reading My third eye’s color is dark