I'm looking at this article on the possible mechanism of detoxifying brain during sleep using cerebrospinal fluid. It states that at night, the space between neurons may allow better (up to 20x) circulation of cerebrospinal fluid within the brain to clean out metabolic by products of daytime activity.
My question is if this may also work in reverse and allow to deliver drugs within the fluid to the brain. If a person ingests a drug or nutrient before sleep, would the increase in circulation of cerebrospinal fluid deliver the drug to deep regions of the brain? Or does the blood-brain barrier prevent drugs from entering cerebrospinal fluid?