"Something interesting, if you've ever taken medication for something, the color of pills influences, how well they'll work on you. It's true. Imagine you have two identical anti itch creams. But one is white, and the other is red which would you reach for Ashley, I mean, definitely the white one white is so soothing. Right. Exactly. And because you feel that way, that means everyone feels that way. Exactly. He's closed science over just kidding. Here is the actual science. You already know about the placebo effect. That's when you feel like a drug or treatment cured you when it really had no medical reason to do. So if you. Aleve drug list, little sugar pill will race your throbbing headache. It really can turns out the brain is a powerful Oregon, and the placebo effect can influence how well real medication. Works to in one thousand nine hundred six study, green and blue pills had more sedative effects than other colors, red and orange on the other hand gave more stimulant effects. A nineteen seventy study suggested that yellow pills, make the most effective antidepressants and studied from nineteen eighty two said the green medicine can do a better job of getting rid of anxiety, and that Wade stuff. We'll sue your pain if you had to choose an anti itch cream you'd probably choose white over red, like Ashley, right? Exactly. Oh, in brand names can have an impact to as in brand names literally printed on the pill, according to a nineteen Eighty-one study, a white aspirin with the name stamped into it can dupe your brain into being more effective than the anonymous looking unstamped one anyway. There's a reason for all this, our brains take cues from colors to set up certain expectations about the world around us basically. Whether you think you do or not your brain happens to care about color. That's why green ketchup didn't work out for Hines and why you don't see burger kings, black burgers, or a clear, crystal Pepsi these days. Relating back to medication people, generally perceive yellow to be cheery like sunshine and blue to becoming like a placid lake. It's then no wonder a bright yellow antidepressant and not a grayish blue one. We'll get you thinking happy thoughts before you ever pop it into your mouth. The only question this study, relieves for me is then how do you feel about tech tax? The orange ones are the worst thing, imaginable. I go with classic green. I guess the white ones are really powerful like too much. You don't eat a lot of tax to, you know, I just know the ones I hate. Oh, purples bad, too. Purple tech. They had like fruit mint flavored ones real bad fruit meant just what I wanted to drink a bunch of orange juice, and then brush, my teeth, the best flavor, right? Gosh."