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Any long term 9-me-bc users?

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#1 anonymousdino

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Posted 18 April 2019 - 06:34 PM


So I've been sampling some 9mbc from hydrapharm and wondering how sustainable this stuff is. Has anybody been using it for years and does it continue to reap benefits? Any sides or negatives? It's working great except I have developed some slight tremors and twitches which is really scaring me. 

 

Let me know,

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#2 Junipersun

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Posted 21 April 2019 - 06:56 PM

I have not used it for longer periods than a few month in a row with slightly diminishing returns. As it is a relatively strong mao inhibitor (probably non-reversible) you have to take all precautions that apply to taking this class of drugs. I never had any problems with diet, but I know a guy who would get increased blood pressure when eating tyramin-rich food.



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#3 GABAergic

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Posted 27 April 2019 - 02:28 AM

i would like to write my own experience but i cant find this anywhere. i checked hydrapharm and didnt see it. maybe they took it off? or my phone browser just sucks i dunno. i wish to find reliable good source

 

about those tremors and twitches, is it like cocaine high type? i would think it means its working on dopamine then and thats a good thing. unless you overdose it maybe it will suck. i dont think its something to worry too much. people have done way more potent dopaminergics like amphetamines and cocaine and had those but it didnt stop them from abusing the shit out of.


Edited by GABAergic, 27 April 2019 - 02:30 AM.





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