What are Tryptamines?

What are Tryptamines?

The amazing thing about the human body is how it naturally creates and makes use of certain things that get us through our daily lives. Even more amazing is how few people take the time to stop and ask themselves, how we do it and what helps us? 

Right now or maybe later today you yourself will be making use of tryptamines. Your brain naturally creates and supplies these tryptamines as a way to help you function in a wide range of ways. Now some of us may have heard of these but let’s go ahead and take a look at both of these two compounds the human brain naturally produces a little closer. Serotonin is a chemical that carries messages between nerve cells in the brain and throughout your body. Serotonin plays a key role in such body functions as mood, sleep, digestion, nausea, wound healing, bone health, blood clotting and sexual desire. Then there's Melatonin -the full impact of melatonin in humans isn’t totally clear, but most research shows it helps to synchronize circadian rhythms in different parts of your body. Circadian rhythms are physical, mental and behavioral changes that follow a 24-hour cycle. The most important and well-known of these circadian rhythms is your sleep-wake cycle. These natural processes respond primarily to light and dark. Your pineal gland secretes the highest levels of melatonin during the night and minimal amounts during the day.

What part of our brain is responsible for making these tryptamines? 

What if i told you that while explaining the gland in your body that is responsible for producing both melatonin and serotonin is also the one stop shop of your dreams, no we mean literally it's most likely where your dreams come from! We will explain what might be the cause of those wild nights spent flying through the air or visiting strange aliens in your slumber later. First let's talk about the Pineal(Pee-Nee-Uhhl)  Gland. Your pineal gland, also called the pineal body or epiphysis cerebri, is a tiny gland in your brain that’s located beneath the back part of the corpus callosum. There is a wide variety of scientific theories that surround this mysterious little part of human anatomy. The reason for all the interest is because with a closer examination of the human pineal gland there has been discovered trace amounts of DMT, or Dimethyltryptamine. This particular tryptamine is world famous as one of the most powerful hallucinogens known to mankind and it's produced right there in your own brain. With the finding of these trace amounts of DMT in the human pineal gland it has been widely speculated that this is the cause of the human being to have dreams! 

A clear picture…. 

We wanted to make a product that would have no hangover, no stomach aches to start a good evening and be safe for everyone. That is why we chose to use a novel tryptamine as the basis for our product. We chose one of the basic building blocks our body is familiar with using to make sure that there are no adverse effects. Trying out the Moocah products will give you a brand new vision of what is possible when we make use of the most interesting parts of the world around us. 

About Moocah 

We believe that most people want to find out what the excitement about mushrooms is all about,  but who to get them from and how to know if they're reputable? Moocah is here to be not only the place where you can find 100% Legal and Potent Mushroom Products, but also where you will be able to find information and get an education about mushrooms. If you find yourself reading this, it surely means you’ve been curious for at least a little while about what that experience is actually like? We would be honored to help you answer that question the right way.

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