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#31 longevitynow

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Posted 12 February 2011 - 12:47 AM

I'm surprised no one mentioned LDN yet. Vivid dreams are its known side effect (at least in the beginning). Stronger when combined with melatonin.


What is LDN? I agree that melatonin increases dreaming in myself and many friends.

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Posted 12 February 2011 - 12:51 AM

I took a very small dose of a powdered Piracetam/Aniracetam mix as I went to bed last night. I had an awesome recurring dream that I hadn't had (or perhaps remembered) in years. Not only that, but the place seemed very real and perhaps for the first time when I awoke I realized that the place is not real, but only there in the astral plane/dream body. I gained insight from the dream also. While not classic "Lucid Dreaming", I loved it anyway. Thanks Racetams!

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#33 xEva

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Posted 12 February 2011 - 12:53 AM

LDN = low dose naltrexone, an opiate blocker used for treatment of heroin and alcohol addiction in high doses and for just about everything else lol in low doses.

#34 netra

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Posted 31 January 2012 - 11:24 PM

For me what works best is:
For inducing Lucid Dream at 6am in the morning: 1 pill of 5mg of Vinpocetine and 1 pill of 500mg of acetyl l-carnitine. It works great!!!!!!
For dream recalling: Krill Oil
The other day I took some pills for decresing mucus into my system and it had phenylephrine the same night I had a lot of dreams and I remembered them too.
So seems like something to investigate more in it.
Piracetam doesn't work for me. I am 40 and I read in other forum that works better when you are younger. I believe it's a great supplement, makes your mind sharper but if I take it in the night it takes me forever to go to sleep and if I take it in the morning in the night I have no dreams.
Piracetam is usually used for vividness but won't work in my case, so my question is, does anybody have anything else that helps vividness during the LD?
I notice now that rarely my dreams are very colorful or even psycadelic. I can still see colors but not as I used to see them when I was younger.
I wonder if there is something out there that can help.
Thanks :)

#35 1thoughtMaze1

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Posted 01 February 2012 - 12:11 AM

Keep puting your hand if front of your face, looking at your hand during the day, try to do the same thing when you sleep. When you do you wilL realize you're dreaming and go lucid. The more you do that during the day and stay conscious of the fact that's what you want to do at night will increase your chances.

#36 Hebbeh

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Posted 01 February 2012 - 03:17 AM

Epitalon hands down.

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#37 1thoughtMaze1

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Posted 01 February 2012 - 04:28 AM

Yeah ok there Habib




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