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  • Submitted: Sep 13 2014 11:10 PM
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Finalized Anxiety / Mood Enhancing Stack!

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tianeptine picamilon l-theanine

Description

This is my final stack for Anxiety and Depression. It's a good stack in which you will see long-term health benefits from, even after use ( about 6 months use ). NOTE: If you wish to switch the Piracetam hydrazide with Coluracetam then that would be fine. It just comes down to preference, in which I highly recommend trying out on their own first beforehand but both are dosed at the same amount.

 

This stack will keep you in a good mood all day, without any tiredness. Best combo as of yet! - Tested by, me!

 

If you have any questions, feel free to ask and I'd be glad to answer them.

 

 

 

 


Ingredient Dosage Frequency Administration
Tianeptine 12.5 mg twice daily x1 12.5MG @ 9:00AM x1 12.5MG 1:30PM x1 12.5MG 4:30PM
NSI-189 + Piracetam Hydrazide 30 mg twice daily 1x @ 9:15AM 1x @ 4:15PM
Picamilon 300 mg Daily 1x @ 12:00AM
L-Theanine 200 mg Daily 1x @ 9:00AM + (Light cardio recommended)


I have read many times that L-theanine was a bit anti-social ? What is your opinion about that ?

I have read many times that L-theanine was a bit anti-social ? What is your opinion about that ?

I haven't heard anything about that at all. However, I have ditched most of this list now that I have tried other stuff. Wish you could edit and/or delete these stacks!

 

I highly recommend trying out Chaos and Pains Da vinci with some NSI-189 and Piracetam. It pretty much has the Picamilon inside it, with a load of other goodies for promoting mood! ;)

how are things going, have effects remained constant over time ? could you pls. write more about your current progress with this combination ?

why did you ditch the coluracetam? What are your thoughts on sublingual NSI? (why not?)

why did you ditch the coluracetam? What are your thoughts on sublingual NSI? (why not?)

I wanted to try something different but I have an understanding on the effects of both and feel that Coluracetam is best, but stacked with some Choline source. Sublingual NSI is by far the best anti-depressive agent I have so far. CBD is pretty good as well.

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Ryan Anderson
Jan 16 2015 01:55 AM

I've not found any issues with antisocial thoughts/behavior (beyond baseline) with the L-Theanine. However, I have to admit I only have it as part of a stack that includes occasional Piracetam, which I find to be very positive in terms of interpersonal interactions. 

I don't get it: you said 30mg of 'piracetam hydrazide' and NSI-189; but what's indivdual dosage of these? Isn't it phenylpiracetam hydrazide u mean btw? I'm interested to discover how you got on with mixing tianeptine with NSI-189?