Delivered in vapor, oxytocin slips past brain's barrier

Delivered in vapor, oxytocin slips past brain's barrier

Part of the problem may be the difficulty in getting oxytocin into the brain. A barrier of specialized cells protects the brain from any pathogens or toxins circulating in the blood. Oxytocin is too large to cross this bloodbrain barrier easily. Nasal

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