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Thursday, May 26, 2016

Supplements that Make Taking Stimulants Easier (Supplements to Relieve Stimulant Side-Effects Without Dulling Benefits)

Say you want to take a stimulant, you want to get those great energy rushes again, you want the buzz, the euphoria, the judgement, the accuracy, the gloat, the stamina. But as of late, you have been getting side-effects to them. You don't know why, but you get angst thinking about taking them, you have anticipatory anxiety, fear, even taking a first pill in a while, because you know what happened last time. You only noticed the negative, you got heart beat issues, palpitations, anxiety, sweating. Or, maybe you just got sick to your stomach, you got intestinal issues, diarrhea, maybe it really is something that simple. 

How do we relieve our anxieties? How do we prevail on our stimulant crusade without anxiety? How do we resume our great adventures whilst on stimulants? We want that back. I don't blame you.

Luckily, the solution is pretty simple.

Take a dive at this stack.



1.) Ginger Root Extract. Ginger, is a powerful anti-nausea remedy (1), protects the heart, and improves neurotransmission (2). Ginger has been used for centuries for common stomach ailments, like nausea, and for bowel complaints such as diarrhea and pain (3). Ginger can also aid in regulating allergic responses, minimizing irritation in the skin from stimulants (4) (5).

2.) L-Theanine. Theanine of course, is relaxing (6), it is almost famous for smoothing out the caffeine buzz, and can also alleviate anxiety from other conditions (7).

3.) TestForce II. Why? Because even though it is a 'testosterone-booster', it is not only so. It is actually two specific amino acid type supplements blended into one formula; D-Aspartic Acid & Sarcosine. Those stimulate the NMDA-receptors, which by doing so, can help 'filter' incorrect information in the brain (8), thus leading to the reduction or elimination of, stimulant-induced psychosis (9) or delusional thought processes (10).

4.) Magnesium Glycinate. Magnesium can help with bowel issues caused by stimulants (11) (12). It can also help to reduce nerve overreactivity (13) and general anxiety complaints (14).

5.) L-Lysine. Lysine is one of the best, if not the best, supplements for reducing or eliminating diarrhea (15), including stimulant-induced diarrhea (16), and can quickly alleviate anxiety from all causes, almost as effectively as theanine (17). Myself though, I find 3-4 grams of Lysine at any one time throughout the day, is actually stronger than Theanine at reducing anxiety from stimulants. Lysine goes great with Modafanil as well!



2 comments:

  1. Honestly there are a lot more better supplements and drugs to take in this situation. There is a topic that is well discussed on the internet however and I don't feel the need to delve too deep here other than giving the upcoming example and saying your list is lacking. It isn't bad just could be better. I think the most easily accessible drug that should be always taken during a period of stimulant usage is the NMDA antagonist dextromethorphan. Dextromethorphan, like other NMDA antagonists prevent tolerance to the effects of the stimulants and can even go so far as to reverse high levels of tolerance. NMDA antagonists also have been shown to reduce tolerance to a wide range of drugs, such as opiates. It has been demonstrated in many studies that NMDA antagonism is a way to prevent tolerance.

    Therefore, use DXM on a daily basis at its usual dosage. Take it when you dose your amphetamine. There is no magic treatment and if you are already incredibly tolerant YMMV. But if you take a long break and incorporate DXM in back when you start again you will notice a benefit. It is very nice to get the same effect from the same dose for more than just a few days before having to increase.

    Last note: DXM is not the only notable NMDA antagonist that would work here. Magnesium work be of assistance. Memantine would be of assistance. Amantadine would be of assistance. But I think DXM is the easiest.

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    1. This article wasn't about amphetamines in specific, and it was more about smoothing out the rush. I didn't even mention tolerance. Also, DXM has a number of negative effects as well, especially for some new users. Recommending it to just anyone is pretty reckless, with that being said, thanks for your comment and contribution to this discussion!

      Oh, and I don't know if you noticed, but Magnesium is already on this
      list.

      http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3014062/
      http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3652430/
      https://www.erowid.org/chemicals/dxm/faq/dxm_side_effects.shtml

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