[Ibogaine] dopamine 4 neuron

DC from AZ dcollier9 at cox.net
Mon Dec 29 16:13:19 EST 2008


> peripherally.  One person I knew said her problem stemmed from always 
> wanting "more, more, more", but I would say she hadn't yet begun the 
> psychological journey and thus what might lie beneath that always wanting 
> more stimulation

couldnt nymphomania be a possibility ?
the marraige gene fer sure

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Douglas Fraser" <doug_fraser at microcinema.com>
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Sent: Monday, December 29, 2008 2:04 PM
Subject: Re: [Ibogaine] dopamine 4 neuron


> d4 involved in addiction is an interesting idea, but my intuition 
> (IANAN(euroscientist)) says only for a certain of addiction and / or only 
> peripherally.  One person I knew said her problem stemmed from always 
> wanting "more, more, more", but I would say she hadn't yet begun the 
> psychological journey and thus what might lie beneath that always wanting 
> more stimulation
>
> I would definitely say d4 is involved in whether one is attracted to or 
> even can handle the psychedelic experience (versus other types of drugs) 
> A lot of people can not handle the amount of novelty psychedelics throw 
> up, so as Leary said, they become psychotic without even taking it.
>
> tangential would be a link to the genome analysis / DNA test thing company 
> that the wife of a Google founder is involved in - you can your own genome 
> analyzed
>
> doug
>
>
> Luke Christoffersen wrote:
>> On wikipedia it says d4 is involved in novelty seeking. That would
>> seem to make it involved in human curiousity and learning.
>>
>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dopamine_receptor_D4#Novelty_seeking
>>
>> On Fri, Dec 26, 2008 at 4:02 PM, simon loxton <simonloxton at yahoo.co.uk> 
>> wrote:
>>> I was watching a documentary on the human genome. The researcher had 
>>> based
>>> his research in Iceland for obvious reasons. He found among other things
>>> that an extended dopamine 4 neuron had an influence in thrill seeking or
>>> extreme sports. This was interesting and I wondered if the same or some
>>> thing similar could be suggested in the majority of people with 
>>> addiction?
>
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