SURREAL blend by Herbology is but the reality that has not been disconnected from its mystery.
The SURREAL blend will blow your mind, it offers a high almost identical to cannabis, it has a very real body and head high, so be prepared for a shock, as even I, the Master Blender was shut up and sat down by her power, and to top it all of I had a dumb smile on my face, like a glazed eyed monkey doughnut kida smile. It’s a nootropic antidepressant, anti-stress, relaxant and mood adaptogen. Meaning you will feel awesome!
Nootropics, or “smart drugs,” are a class of substances that can boost brain performance. They are sometimes called cognition enhancers or memory-enhancing substances. For your cannabis or smoke it as is, either way, it’s delish.
With a lingering aftertaste of pineapple and citrus, this blend is perfect for any occasion and any strain of cannabis.
The word nootropic was coined as early as 1964 by Dr Corneliu E. Giurgea, a Romanian chemist and psychologist. Modelled after earlier drug-related terminology like psychotropic, the word is a portmanteau of Greek words noos, which means “mind,” and tropein, which means “to bend or turn.” Nootropics, then, are substances that specifically affect the mind. Giurgea discovered nootropics by accident while trying to develop sleeping pills, which led him to a new class of drugs and the first of its kind: Piracetam.
According to Giurgea, to be classified as a nootropic, a substance must 1) improve memory, 2) improve behaviour under adverse conditions, 3) shield the brain from injury by physical or chemical measures, 4) improve tonic cortical/subcortical control mechanisms, and 5) demonstrate low toxicity and side effects, as well as a lack of characteristics common to other performance-enhancing drugs. While this five-part definition has changed somewhat since Giurgea published his work, new definitions share many of the same characteristics.