Bonus - What Supplements I Take
Part One - An Overview
This is an additional bonus feature for paid subscribers - my pseudonym ‘Stone Age Herbalist’ has two parts. The Stone Age comes from my vocation and passion for archaeology and anthropology, which I will always write about for free on my Substack. But the Herbalist part comes from another interest of mine, which is the human body, its chemistry and how it responds to foods and additional compounds.
Disclaimer - It goes without saying that I am not a doctor and this is not legal medical advice. I aim to write about supplements and compounds that I take or have tried and the research which underpins them. Anything you take yourself you do at your own risk
Aside from my work in academic archaeology, I have various degrees and experience in the fields of biochemistry and molecular biology, mycology and compound analysis. This all came about thanks to my general love and passion for the natural world, but also the bleeding edges of science in those areas where traditional knowledge and use of plants, minerals, mushrooms and so on have been validated and expanded on by new analytical methods.
I this bonus series I want to explore some of these compounds and products and examine the science behind why many of them are effective, and why many are not. We’ll start by looking at what I use.
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