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NAD + IV vs Subcutaneous

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#1 Peptimaniac

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Posted 12 August 2020 - 06:57 PM


A typical protocol of a NAD+ IV would be 500-750mg iv drip over 1-3 hours. They do it slow apparently to mitigate nausea as it causes an uncomfortable experience.

 

There is not much info on subcutaneous injections but I have read clinics doing 100mg subq shots. 

 

I have pure NAD+ coming and I will be dissolving it into sterile Bac water and then running it through a .22 micron filter. I am planing on experiment with the results of injecting 700mg subq into multiple injection sites over a undetermined amount of time.  I would think that with the higher subq dosing I could achieve the same or similar results as the IV infusion. 

 

Thoughts?



#2 WinnieBeeRich

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Posted 13 August 2020 - 10:51 PM

Interesting. I'm counting on you to teach us how to make a NAD+ solution.If I did that at home I might kill myself.

 

Keep us posted and take care!!  

 

 



#3 Peptimaniac

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Posted 14 August 2020 - 08:45 PM

Interesting. I'm counting on you to teach us how to make a NAD+ solution.If I did that at home I might kill myself.

 

Keep us posted and take care!!  

 

I got you!



#4 mitoMAN

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Posted 24 August 2020 - 10:56 PM

I am doing NADH injections at 300mg daily (3x 100mg) and stated NAD+ at 300mg daily (3x100mg).

 

I gotta tell you that NADH gives immediate energy burst while NAD+ is VERY uncomfortable and even 100mg will leave me with dizzyness and fatigue for a few hours post injection.

 

Thats why 1500mg I.V drip is usually minimum 6-8 hours. I am a me/CFS patients and know lots of guys doing I.Vs and they say even 6-8 hours is horrible..

 

BUT: it might be totally fine for healthy guys. Cant speak for those.







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