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Phenylpiracetam and schizophrenia

noopept phenylpiracetam schizophrenia

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#1 mono

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Posted 11 October 2018 - 03:36 AM

Just wanted to make a quick log about taking phenylpiracetam with schizophrenia.
The first two days at 400mg I felt nothing, but then on the third day it kicked in.
I have also been taking noopept 20-40mg for 5 days and again nothing. On the 5th day it kicked in with the phenyl.
The bell curve response here is interesting to note
All I can say is it feels amazing. I’m not getting any positive sz symptoms but I honestly feel better than if I had taken an amphetamine. It has all the dopaminergic qualities but it just seems less jittery.
Combining it with noopept is interesting, it’s almost as if the colour saturation of noopept has some strange effect on the phenyl but the anxiolytics quality of noopept seems to work well with phenyl piracetam.
Wow, I’m going to order more and see how long I can get the effects to last.
I will try to make another post soon.

Edited by mono, 11 October 2018 - 03:36 AM.

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Posted 12 October 2018 - 05:47 PM

Weird that it took you 3 days to feel it. For me it is a stimulant, that taken three days in a row has a diminished effect.

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Posted 12 October 2018 - 09:27 PM

Yeah I know that’s one of the reasons I wanted to post. I’m still feeling it and I expect it to continue for a few weeks. At least, that’s what happened last time I took it until it ran out. I thought it was a normal thing for racetams to take at least a week to build up in the system and start to work?

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