I know... and can only imagine.... or I really can't imagine... I remember it at the time, I refrained from posting anything, the others pretty much said it all. I look forward to anything you write, maybe I can make a suggestion or two then. Meantime, if you get a chance, look up the Wayne State study concerning supplementing with trace amounts of lithium, they showed it creates new grey matter in the brain, like 3% or something based on volume within 90 days. What does this suggest ?
It suggests to me:
1) most people are deficient in tiny trace amounts of lithium, because if they weren't their grey matter would have already increased, and giving them more tiny amounts of Li would not have caused their grey matter to increase, it would have already been increased, or at its "normal" amount.
2) more importantly perhaps, it suggests that what we were always taught about nerves, namely that once they're gone you're fkd, isn't necessarily true. It appears from the Wayne State study that tiny amounts of Li act as a catalyst for neurogenesis.
that's an amazing result.
Then we can couple it, with which lipids we know are essential for neurogenesis, and look into the other actors.