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margaret at opus.temple.edu margaret at opus.temple.edu
Fri Nov 10 17:44:04 EST 1995


In article <46vgh8$h1g at pith.uoregon.edu> "J.D.  Holiman" <holiman at uoneuro.uoregon.edu> writes:
>I have heard a testimonial that a glutamate supplement had an increased 
>effect on dream lucidity, although I have not seen any literature to 
>support that statement.
>newmand at mindspring.com (Dale Newman) wrote:
>>   
>>     I am looking into lucid dreaming.  Being familiar with most of the 
>>techniques, I began to consider old wives tales about how different foods
>>can stimulate dreams or nightmares.
>>     There are definitely drugs that decrease REM sleep.  
>>     
>>      Does anyone know of any foods, compounds or drugs that could
>>stimulate the dream state in frequency or duration?
>>
>>       
>
>


A B complex component (a form of B6) called peridoxal 5 phosphate
(p5p) will help you remember your dreams if you take it in the
evening (50 or 100 mg).
margaret at opus.eng.temple.edu

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