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Sciatica by Ian Horryson - Thu, 21 Jul 2016 14:10:23 EST ID:sLJS5CT1 No.54316 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Was diagnosed with top gov MRI and CAT scans with EKGs several times with lower lumbar sciatica and one of the worst clinical cases of ADHD on record in the USA. The DEA approves amphetamine salts as a script WITH seizure meds
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Phoebe Gendlebire - Thu, 21 Jul 2016 19:14:40 EST ID:vXMIAtH9 No.54318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54316
That's a nice picture. I hate that my fuckbuddy is a roastie. You ever gone down on a roastie? Ugh.


Undercooked Beef Help by Edwin Cobberbedge - Sat, 16 Jul 2016 20:06:32 EST ID:Rcc6zzY+ No.54297 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I may have eaten undercooked beef, so what symptoms should I look for. I could have gotten a virus, parasite, or bacteria. How soon should I expect problems to arise if I have one of these. What do I do!

>posts on slowest board
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Charlotte Bashnud - Tue, 19 Jul 2016 00:19:10 EST ID:YVrO6k+y No.54301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Things will be OK. You can have some parasites in your intestines or many other parts of your body actually but you can live with them fine.


What is this on my skin? by Frederick Blatherhood - Wed, 18 May 2016 20:57:55 EST ID:EDb252I8 No.54131 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I don't think it is hemangomia.
Should i pop it like a pimple?

i already tried
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Shit Clesslepin - Thu, 19 May 2016 03:01:25 EST ID:FUMWXOfI No.54134 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54131
DON'T!
Yeah, looks like some vascular tumor. So do not cut it or anything. Go see a doctor or don't touch it and live with it.
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Shit Darthood - Thu, 14 Jul 2016 20:03:38 EST ID:IznKA3vl No.54292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looks like a rather large boil. Get it lanced, drain the pus,
clean it with isopropyl alcohol, apply clindamycin phosphate and benzoyl peroxode(prescription grade acne meds)


Fuck, had a tooth removed! by Dicking Cockbuckler - Thu, 14 Jul 2016 01:00:40 EST ID:yw2pWV+y No.54287 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I copped a pretty nasty hook to the jaw a while ago and some of my second molar chipped away.. Due to personal management issues I took some time to confront this and it naturally broke down more. I never felt any pain, and my other teeth are fine, so I didn't confront it until today. It was discovered by x-ray that the damage was so deep that an expensive root canal wouldn't be likely to save it, so I had it pulled.

I realise the complications that come with removing a molar with neighboring teeth, so I want to have an implant installed soon. It would be about 4.5 - 5k in my country, but I'm considering going to the Philippines. I hear good things, incl. the cost. My girlfriend is from there and wants to go back next year.. Any advice?
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Charles Piddlebare - Thu, 14 Jul 2016 02:20:26 EST ID:7a/GUzCH No.54288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it will be more challenging, because you will need someone who speaks mandarin, but probably the highest quality/cost ratio you can access: taiwan
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Beatrice Gocklespear - Thu, 14 Jul 2016 18:46:38 EST ID:yw2pWV+y No.54291 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54288
Cool, I speak mandarin.


white hairy stool by Hannah Sennerwater - Sat, 25 Jun 2016 07:03:29 EST ID:jV0aeKur No.54240 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So i dont remember any dramatic changes to my diet but ive been having the most disgusting stool production ever. Some of my turds are white and hairy (not unlike mold. no smell either oddly.) . idk if its statorrhea or worms or what but my shits look unhealthy even compared to people from india. any insight? will post pic later if desired. its literally more disgusting than any turds ive seen. like i aborted an alien in my toilet. thanks
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Martha Blannerwell - Wed, 29 Jun 2016 23:10:06 EST ID:tmvx/ci+ No.54250 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54240
Also, is your urine darker than usual?
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Molly Diddlesog - Mon, 04 Jul 2016 00:12:33 EST ID:JpBmDj2c No.54262 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54240
Some weight-loss pills can do something similar to this. If you have lost 30-40 pounds over a couple weeks could possibly do something similar.
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Charles Pamblewater - Tue, 12 Jul 2016 19:33:28 EST ID:tHgzKT9Z No.54283 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't need to dramatically alter my diet to have unusual poops. Just one wrong thing can wreak havoc through you, and leave you with an unhappy digestive system while it cleans itself out.

LOTS of water. Flush yourself, baby. Herbal tea with ginger and peppermint do my system good, keeps me regular.

How many days now? And worsening, staying the same, or getting better? Was it always as bad as it is now, or did it slowly turn more putrificious?
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Charles Piddlebare - Thu, 14 Jul 2016 02:25:18 EST ID:7a/GUzCH No.54289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>white hairy stool
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Albert Turveybanks - Fri, 15 Jul 2016 12:36:24 EST ID:Db4Yvvs1 No.54293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
pics or it didn't happen. nb


complex anxiety problem . help by Alice Nerryford - Fri, 01 Jul 2016 08:50:22 EST ID:4HWzztFe No.54255 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This has been going on for about 4 to 5 years or so and It's finally getting to me. I am a very anxiety prone person, but it never gets to me until I start to have physical symptoms coming from my throat and stomach mainly. I have been diagnosed with panic disorder and depression in the past and have been trying things to help get treat it, and made progress about a year ago and actually landed a new job. So basically what is going on right now is I'm having constant anxiety, triggered from my sinuses or the nasopharynx area when they close up and cause a drip in the back of my throat. It makes it kinda hard to breathe normally and I need to constantly clear and swallow a lot of the time. This comes and goes and sometimes after a month or two it'll come back. At the moment it is giving me constant anxiety but not as bad as I had it two years ago, when basically It felt like there was something stuck in the back where the nasal passage meets with the mouth I couldn't clear it and was convinced there was something stuck there for weeks. Had to go to the ER twice because of uncontrollable anxiety that xanax couldn't even handle. They found nothing back there and chalked it up to anxiety. This probably made my anxiety worse because I had fears of it coming back in the future so a month after I became depersonalized from the incredible amount of anxiety and stress my body went through and suffered it for 3 months before moving to a different state. I've been to a few doctors who said I had anxiety or possible GERD but I have not seen a specialist yet. I only have benzos and omeprazole at the moment which I took a full course and don't think it helped me at all. I am currently living with a room mate who has his own problems but he let me stay after I couldn't work anymore and he's a very good friend. It's taken over my life and I feel like I'm going to die each time I get flare ups.. it's very very depressing living and feeling like this. Also to note about a year ago I had my gallbladder removed and a few months after had a strange throbbing feeling in my chest that happens sometimes, I already ruled out that it was a palpitation. I'm going to see a doctor again p…
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David Fommerwater - Thu, 07 Jul 2016 14:03:38 EST ID:4HWzztFe No.54276 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well things kind of feel like they are getting worse in a way. My whole day yesterday felt like it took forever. Few hours after dinner I tried to sleep but my stomach started burning so terribly bad and my whole body was shaking. I haven't had a flare up like that in so long.. I was kept up all night untill I was exhausted and said fuck it and took Pepto which helped me enough to get a few hours of sleep. Not to mention the nightmares. I don't know if the medication im taking is having a negative effect or not. I feel really sore now and depressed.
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Ebenezer Chellytodge - Thu, 07 Jul 2016 18:05:07 EST ID:tmvx/ci+ No.54277 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54276
Are you taking the omeprazol regularly, 20 mg 30 minutes before breakfast? do it. And go see a doctor dude, you're messed up.
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Edwin Mucklemire - Fri, 08 Jul 2016 19:29:53 EST ID:zJHCFEKR No.54279 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54276
I do not have gerd, know people that do.

I know the choking feeling though, causing panic attacks. Surely nightmares are part of this distress.

Mirtazapine for most, taken at night will make one sleep well. Weird dreams but nightmares are non existent, or minimized to a not so good dream.

Really, panixc attacs in relation to faster acting drugs like xaxax, there is little difference in the time it takes in reducing anxiety. Longer acting drugs like claonazapine, valium, for anxiety may be better. Xanax has kind of a rough edge to it.

I am thinking you have a feeling unable to berate correctly. If have insurance, maybe seek specialists to monitor your respiratory issues.

In short, I had a issue with this as you explained. For years. Things are not great but easier to deal with. The not having a full time job is the worst. SO again good luck to you and friends.
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Thomas Claystone - Mon, 11 Jul 2016 02:09:40 EST ID:AQwTYkuI No.54281 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54279
Yes and thank you . The odd feeling of something stuck in the nasopharynx area is gone I think ? But I still have bad drainage. I had an anxiety attack almost everyday this week but not today. My symptoms are either really abnormal or I've over analyzed it. People don't really seem to understand my problem fully . I don't even fully understand it maybe it's gotten to the point of hypochondria . the other day I was walking with my friend down the street and felt a dislodging of mucus almost in my throat going down so I tried to swallow and had a weird stuttering reflex where I couldn't swallow correctly for a moment . It was so strange and scary, to be honest I'm not even sure if I described it correctly. trying to be calm about it, but the reoccurring makea me worried a lot. I don't want to have this problem forever.
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Cornelius Grandham - Tue, 12 Jul 2016 06:38:56 EST ID:hzv9J82u No.54282 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54255

Sinus problems are known to cause anxiety, not anxiety as a response to the symptoms as in being scared of them, but as in they can be an actual hard physical trigger for anxiety. Same goes for inner ear problems. They can also cause a whole host of other neurological symptoms - dizziness, fatigue, depression, dissociative symptoms.

Your doctors are being idiots as per usual and are treating symptoms instead of the cause.


Back pain by Eliza Murdshaw - Thu, 30 Jun 2016 15:18:15 EST ID:hq7PQizN No.54251 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I fucked up my back. Not sure how, probably a combination of bad mattress and stupid exercise method with dumbells. It's on the left side, mostly near the spine reaching just below my scapula into my mid back. Expands outwards a bit into my ribs and side. Not a disc issue, not yet.

It's been persistent for about a week. It's better but still a steady 5/10 pain all day every day. I've been self medicating with alcohol at night, just so I can sleep, but I already have an issue with alcoholism and don't like having a medical reason to enable myself.

Are there any non prescription muscle relaxants? My insurance is terrible. In the meantime I'm just not working out my upper body and trying not to make things worse.

I don't really know what to do. I don't have am SO to give me massages on the daily and I can't afford professionals

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Jarvis Pullerfuck - Fri, 01 Jul 2016 13:37:22 EST ID:fyk0qpiM No.54256 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54254
Yeah I was drinking before this started. Pretty sure I injured myself in a drunk lifting session. I'll try ibuprofen, but does it also act as a muscle relaxant? I don't want to just ignore the pain and make things worse.
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Cedric Toothood - Mon, 04 Jul 2016 03:26:13 EST ID:tmvx/ci+ No.54266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54256
No, it doesn't. Muscle relaxants? Benzos, pridinol, those would be the most commonly used for what you want. Also, local heat with a hair dryer and gently stretching could help a lot and it's free.
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Eliza Ponnerbanks - Tue, 05 Jul 2016 04:26:57 EST ID:zJHCFEKR No.54271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54256
Alcohol is not a good drug. - Say one drank a few days ago, the mind and body connection will be off. Even as much time has passed.

Drinking and lifting weights is nothing new either. Fun, see your accomplishments. Friends or alone.

I believe if one had not drank in say 1 2 3 4 5 days, it would be safer to drink and lift while drinking, than not drinking a few days earlier.
Just a thought I really believe.

The minds 'after' drinking takes a while to sync with ones body. I do think drinking, and lifting is safe,
even after drinking before, day days, it is just refreshing where one started, if that makes sense.

Ibuprophen, the best you would find. OK, drinking to offset back pain. Uhmm, it does work for a short time, but it is faulty.

It works I gues but reality, drinking, especly for back pain, one will sleep in weird ways.
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Shitting Fegglestidge - Wed, 06 Jul 2016 16:02:35 EST ID:5pKSygaW No.54274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54251
Kava is a muscle relaxant, but DON'T combine with alcohol or you'll get liver problems. I also take kratom.
You could also try a heating pad. Weighted (the microwaveable kind filled with beans or grain, preferably) so it holds itself down on your back.
I like hitachi magic wands for self-massage. The vibration is intense, though.
Capsaicin rub or cream, used three times a day for at least two weeks. Try a medium concentration first. It'll be not fun for a bit but eventually you get used to it, and after two weeks of use you'll see effects.
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Eliza Fengerchone - Thu, 07 Jul 2016 01:44:34 EST ID:dQX9uFR7 No.54275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
get a lacrosse ball and roll on it on the floor multiple times a day. also put a heating pad or hot water bottle on the site of pain


Urnial-Condom and erections? by Mayler Tulip - Sun, 30 Aug 2015 05:53:01 EST ID:1+w6feA6 No.53085 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I would never use a catheter (can't imagine this feels right, having something shoved into your urethra!),
Used Pull-Up-pants pretty much, now I have the possibility to test Urinal-Condoms.
I have to ask:
How do they cope with erections?
Obviously my dick isn't hard when applying it.
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Clara Brookwell - Sun, 30 Aug 2015 08:18:22 EST ID:oyjoU36v No.53086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I doubt anyone on this board has an experience, but just logically looking, I am sure erections would be a problem, although I'd say clothes are also a factor. Loos clothes that allow your dick to assume a natural raised state would be bad. Tight clothes that pin you dick sideways might be fun.

Just get it and spend a day experimenting w/ clothing. maybe get into the habit or removing it during involuntary erections. If you piss yourself, you piss yourself.
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Sidney Socklebat - Wed, 06 Jul 2016 13:34:27 EST ID:5jOGdLbv No.54273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have used a condom catheter before and getting an erection is not a problem. Heck you can get one with a standard foley catheter.
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Graham Hoshbury - Fri, 08 Jul 2016 18:48:08 EST ID:9yCuxpUJ No.54278 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just wondering, why do you guys use these things?
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Albert Turveybanks - Fri, 15 Jul 2016 12:38:37 EST ID:Db4Yvvs1 No.54294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54278
>>53086
>If you piss yourself, you piss yourself.


Medicinal Herbs by Dude Nosurname - Fri, 01 Jul 2016 01:05:57 EST ID:ZlSeLS02 No.54252 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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As all (or most) of us know, many modern medicines were first, and still are, extracted from plants and herbs (usually before they can be properly synthesized).

So here we look at the strictly medicinal uses for herbs. The ones that actually work. No spiritual or homeopathic or whatever kind of stuff here. This thread is purely about the chemical compounds that some herbs and plants contain that can actually be used in a medical sense if a more standard (and reliable) treatment is unavailable. Make no mistake, modern medicine is much, much, much better than any of these herbs. If it wasn't, they'd still be in a very wide and common use, right? Still, this does not mean that in the absence of any other treatment, they are not effective to some degree. I'll start with one of my favorites, one that's good enough that to be perfectly honest, even though I could go to the store and by a host of pills, astringents, salves, etc. This plant covers all the bases at once, though obviously, again, the modern treatments would be preferable. This thread will serve to aid those who either do not have the money to afford a modern treatment, or who need relief rather quickly (although going to a store would be much quicker in some cases than rummaging through the forest or along roadsides for the specific plant you need).

Yarrow.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Achillea_millefolium

When applied directly to a wound it can staunch bleeding, when chewed it can help relieve a toothache, when used as a tea it is a good diuretic and is a good anti-inflammatory and can help lower blood pressure not to mention relieve fever as well as relieve GI pain caused by gas or indigestion (as it promotes bile flow and production). It is reported to have anti-microbial/fungal/bacterial properties and can be used to stave off infection, but I would still recommend modern treatments to help prevent an infection, as infections can get pretty fucking serious rather quickly and at times without many symptoms before it becomes dangerous.
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David Pickshaw - Fri, 01 Jul 2016 02:31:45 EST ID:aQQklPYF No.54253 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A thought, aspirin comes from a bark discovered in a rainforest. The inhabitants know what plants have what medicinal uses. In its simpleraw form or for or preparation. We, are tearing down these forests at a massive rate. (liberal) There is soo many untapped resources for medicine. They are just there.


Hypothyroidism? by Simon Gooddale - Sun, 26 Jun 2016 16:32:43 EST ID:PaVx3gH6 No.54247 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi /med/
>student of biomedical engineering here

We meassured the Volume of our thyroid gland as part of a lab experiment and I'm starting to suspect having Hypothyroidism. The volume (with corrected lengths) was (13+-5)ml. the norm for males above 18 (which i am, being 22) is too low.
I read a [german] article on it. I can see myself in a lot of the symptoms.
Still, before seeing a doc, I want to know your opinion.

Does it look homogenous?
Does it look dim?
It does, doesn't it?
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Samuel Nurringfot - Sun, 26 Jun 2016 16:44:24 EST ID:nqmen0dJ No.54248 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Only specialists can read this kind of images properly. Get your TSH levels checked, it's the only way of telling if the gland is or not working fine.


Patulous Eustachian Tube by Phoebe Civingsure - Thu, 23 Jun 2016 15:43:38 EST ID:hNpbTgQO No.54236 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sometimes I get this uncomfortable feeling in my ear, usually just the right one. It feels like the tube that connects my ear canal to my throat/sinuses opens up and allows air through. When I talk, I can hear my voice humming loudly inside the inner ear, and when I breathe, it feels like air can go through my ear canal. It's very annoying and makes me not want to talk. Sometimes it takes hours of sitting still and eating for the problem to go away.

The problem usually arises under two conditions:
  1. I've taken a stimulant with powerful peripheral effects, like ephedrine or propylhexedrine
  2. I'm walking outside or doing some kind of physical labor. It doesn't even have to be hard labor.

An obvious solution would be to avoid stimulants, but I'm not going to do that anytime soon. I've read that dehydration and weight loss can cause patulous Eustachian tube, and this makes sense since I'm underweight and don't drink enough water. I'll try to drink more and gain weight.

In the meantime, is there anything I can do while performing physical labor to prevent the Eustachian tube from opening? Anything I can do to make it close again and STAY closed? Most of the treatments seem to involve laying or sitting with your head tilted, but I can't always stop in the middle of what I'm doing to lay down.
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Rebecca Billingstock - Fri, 24 Jun 2016 08:35:33 EST ID:tmvx/ci+ No.54239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54236
That thing needs to be open, those sensations you mention are produced because it is not.
Chew gum, fixd.


Nootropic thread? by Ernest Mannerstone - Wed, 01 Jun 2016 16:00:04 EST ID:KQL5ex8B No.54179 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I don't wanna resort to subcirclejerks.

After realizing drugs will not give me answers, only guide me to them, I've started a nootropic supplement. My only smart choices were l-theanine+caffeine and a b6 and b12 heavy multivitamin, which I was using to supplement a straight 5-HTP supplement for a few days. All this was while I was taking 150mg Wellbutrin daily, which I've been told is an anti-nootropic. I also bought a GABA supplement which I read has low oral bioavailability but one person has tried to tell me otherwise. I've switched to ashwaganda extract which already has some (possibly placebo but existing nonetheless) effect

What can I do to smarten my selection up? I think I've learned a lot from my few days with boosted serotonin but it's too soon to tell, a more gradual everyday capable boost would be appreciated along with ways to raise my dopamine and norepinephrine like I was trying to do with the buproprion. I think I've got my GABA covered with the ashwaganda, but any other good ways to lower anxiety would be nice, along with ways to maybe raise glutamate (I read l-glutamine both could and couldn't do this)
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Edwin Turveyspear - Sat, 11 Jun 2016 09:25:49 EST ID:6eJl7OEt No.54215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ginkgo Biloba, ginseng, piracetam+coliene, amphetamines
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Martha Hashville - Wed, 15 Jun 2016 01:05:37 EST ID:KQL5ex8B No.54223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54215

How does the ginko and ginseng help you? Why do you take the piracetam?
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James Clobberlock - Wed, 15 Jun 2016 01:56:00 EST ID:bQeCK94J No.54224 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54215
>>54223
Can't speak for the guy but he basically posted 4 nootropics that are heavily backed by research. Ginkgo has little researhc proving it to be nootropic but its in general not a bad thing to take on a regular basis.

I would add noopept to this list. The sad things is that theres just no definitive way to determine what is and is not an effective nootropic. Even piracetam has a wide range of effects depending on who takes it.
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Eugene Tillingstock - Thu, 16 Jun 2016 01:50:16 EST ID:KQL5ex8B No.54226 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54224

I feel this pain. I can feel where the aniracetam I've added to my stack helps and where it hurts. I want to add the ginseng after reading up on it but I'm not sure if it'll just end up being made redundant by the l-tyrosine or St. John's
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Phyllis Hunnerdock - Thu, 23 Jun 2016 03:40:14 EST ID:cM1vx+ZZ No.54235 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54179

What do you mean with bupropion being an anti-nootropic? If you're taking it/were taking it for depression, there is some evidence for it helping the cognitive problems caused by depression (see below). I can't find anything indicating that bupropion causes cognitive problems.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25124683
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25555415
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1924979/

I am currently just trying l-theanine and caffeine. Didn't take caffeine before as it would make me extremely tense and somewhat anxious while the effects lasted, then worsened depression for hours afterwards. (While I was still mentally healthy I was on like 600-800 mg of caffeine a day.)

With l-theanine, I can take caffeine, and there was a very clear increase in the time I could concentrate on studying. That was 1 large cup of coffee - no tolerance to caffeine, obviously - and 500 mg l-theanine. Also on 150 mg of bupropion.


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