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L-theanin vs Ashwagandha

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- Fri, 04 Oct 2019 04:37:34 EST 3KnLUQBa No.147306
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Which one do you prefer? and what other gaba supplements/nootropics are there out there. I think theanin is more effective but I only tried ashwagandha once and it felt like the wind was blowing on me ... not sure if good or bad.
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Rainer Winkler - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 04:29:44 EST jW0v/dZ8 No.147340 Reply
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>>147306
For me ashwagandha works way better for anxiety, l-theanine doesn't seem to do much for me.
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Eliza Cucklefidge - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 15:45:04 EST l6/CfV59 No.147342 Reply
>>147306
ashwaganda, chinese skullcup extract, high dose gaba powder, few grams of niacin powder, all gaba effects in some way and i use sometimes. theanine works for some. always try different doses and products, suntheanine is generally the go too. i prefer theanine from green tea extract capsules, with or without caffeine.
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Martin Claystock - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 18:54:35 EST D95t/TDX No.147402 Reply
>>147306
>felt like the wind was blowing on me.

that was master babaji
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Caroline Dubberstet - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 12:18:56 EST U407LM4X No.147489 Reply
I take ashwagandha every night to improve sleep quality and lower cortisol.
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Molly Mivingwock - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 16:33:22 EST 6/XEByZ3 No.147490 Reply
>>147489
Does Ashwaghanda interfere with Benzos? I've been experimenting with Xanax and Valium recently and now I'm wondering if it'll increase the risk of blackout or increase tolerance or something.

I don't take ashwaganda every day and I rarely experiment with benzos so it's possible to just time it without each other but now I'm curious.
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Priscilla Hurryshaw - Tue, 22 Oct 2019 08:15:46 EST wsFDCeYP No.147500 Reply
>>147490
Well it shouldn't as it works through different mechanism than benzos. I think I used alpraz and clonazepam a few times when supplementing with it and didn't notice any stronger side effects than usual. It was a long time ago though and my memory ain't that great to say I can't be wrong here.

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