Providing straightforward information pertaining to drugs, drug use & drug policy. The Grey Pages promotes drug-related literacy and advocates a system of viable and tolerant drug policies. This is my personal collection of commentaries, essays, tid-bits, and other such writings on everything ranging from drug use, drug policy and drug-myths, to drug-science, addiction, human behavior, and the workings of the human brain. I started this blog with a particular focus on opioids, and over the past year have found my interest gravitate toward the intriguing, ever-changing world of designer intoxicants (i.e. "research chemicals" or "designer drugs").

Friday, July 29, 2011

Neuroplasticity: The Origin of Adaptive Brain Change

Neuroplasticity refers to the recently demonstrated ability of the brain to change its structure and function. This allows the brain to expand and strengthen particular circuits that are frequently used, and to shrink or weaken other circuits that are rarely used. The study of neuroplasticity has shown brain changes reflecting ones own lifestype experience, personal habits, and environmental input. 


  1. Is this method absorbed orally? ie encapsulated, or does it need to be dissolved in liquid solution?