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hen you use warm ghee for nasal drops, it carries Fire and Vayu elements topped up. Accelerates transport and chances of passing blood-brain barrier (Not easy to crack. Modern pharma is just now exploring this pathway).

Take a bowl of water and boil it. Put small bowl of ghee (Only quantity that is planned for immediate usage) in it for sometime. Never warm ghee twice. Warm it only once so use limited quantity.

The illustration shows that ghee or any medicine can reach the brain in two ways: either indirectly, through the blood, or directly, along nerve pathways. A: Particles from a nasal spray. B: Route. C: Mucous membrane. D: Sensory nerve cell. E: Blood vessel. F: Nerve pathway. G: Nerve.

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https://www.med.uio.no/klinmed/english/research/news-and-events/news/2015/nasal-spray-mental-illness.html

Nasal spray device for mental illness

About one out of every hundred Norwegians develop schizophrenia or autism in the course of their lifetime. Moreover, at any one time some 20 000 people are receiving treatment for these problems. Many psychiatric disorders such as autism, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder are characterised by poor social functioning.

Oxytocin is a hormone that influences social behaviour and has shown promise for the treatment of mental illness.

Researchers at UiO have now discovered that low doses of oxytocin may help patients with mental illness to better perceive social signals. As part of this project, they have collaborated with the company OptiNose, who have developed a new device designed to improve medicine delivery to the brain via the nose.

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