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Drug neurochemistry documentaries

- Tue, 16 Jan 2018 19:23:36 EST 7ZJCs00x No.78974
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Does anyone know of any good documentaries about how different drugs effect the brain? Not scare factor "durgs r bad", I'm looking for something about the chemical reactions in an unbiased setting. Something that gets deep into, from ingestion to end of effect, how it metabolises, stores in the body, what endorphins and neurotransmitters things release and what effect that has.

It's a shot in the dark, but drug neurochemistry is an odd hobby/interest of mine and I figure this might be one of the most niche forums that I could ask.
Matilda Wugglelore - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 18:33:37 EST MsJwbibf No.78978 Reply
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i would be interested in this as well
Sidney Publingstad - Sun, 04 Mar 2018 20:25:49 EST +0GOZxpM No.79004 Reply
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I took a class on medicinal chemistry at the end of my chem degree. It was basically drug design. It covered most of what you're asking about, although it wasn't just about the brain. I don't know if you'll find that kind of thing in documentary form.

For the last day of class he told us to tell him what we wanted to know about, and he would make a lecture on it. I asked about the brain, just anything about drug design and the brain. He just laughed and said the brain is so god damn complicated that there's no way we could do anything in one lecture, let alone one class or several classes.

brain is hard yo
Basil Goodbury - Tue, 06 Mar 2018 00:23:27 EST fVK4vDOO No.79005 Reply
If you want peer reviewed scientific information, then refer to the literature.

Start with some basic reviews of current neurochemistry and pharmacodynamics. These are targeted at interpreting the current state of the field.

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