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Sulbutiamine actually for the long term?

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#91 rc897

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Posted 13 March 2014 - 04:41 AM

Rc897, do you take 500mg everyday? How many months approximately?


250mg morning
250mg 2pm ish.

Pretty much every day, maybe miss 3 weekdays a month nonconsecutive since last april (11months). frequently on Saturdays, I don't take anything, I also don't shave.

Maybe the underlying question- build up or tolerance? have to say that in the very beginning Sulbut. was a bit more rushy.


Have to cap tonight, I will see if 300mg each makes a difference (this week has been a real bear so good for a test week) for the rest of the week.

Edited by rc897, 13 March 2014 - 04:42 AM.


#92 machete234

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Posted 13 March 2014 - 09:21 PM

It's more active at doses of 6g and up,

Taking 6g of sulbutiamine is like giving yourself coffee enemas "for the rush".
You might as well take amphetamine then because obviously what you are looking for is a stimulant high. :laugh:

Rc897, do you take 500mg everyday? How many months approximately?


250mg morning
250mg 2pm ish.

Strange question: but can you smell something in your nose while exhaling after you have taken the sulb?
Especially at dosages of above 500mg I would have a different smell in my nose, bitter just like the sulb

Edited by machete234, 13 March 2014 - 09:26 PM.


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Posted 13 March 2014 - 09:27 PM

Sulbutiamine never worked on me like a stimulant but it made me happy like a child

Edited by andrea23, 13 March 2014 - 09:28 PM.


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#94 ZHMike

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Posted 13 March 2014 - 09:57 PM

I gotta try sulbutiamine again, I was in the 400-600 mg daily dose, and I really felt NOTHING. I do not understand how this can have such pronounced effects with some people and close to zero effects on others including myself. Well I still have half a bottle, I will try again.

Any theories on how some users get a pronounced effect and other get nothing?

#95 rc897

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Posted 14 March 2014 - 07:30 PM

To answer:

nose question- yes, its because the caps "pop" in throat/stomach and can poof up a bit of dry powder- drink a full glass of water and have a half bagel a bit of food.

Dosage: I have no idea, every brain is wired different. For example like any of the new 'ractams kill my ears, total tinitus, for others they love it and it works well. For me, I have a higher sensitivity to drugs so no surprise for me.

sulbutiamine works better with aniracetam you may want to try that. mine is 750mg twice a day- aniracetam.

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Posted 23 March 2014 - 08:11 PM

It's more active at doses of 6g and up,

Taking 6g of sulbutiamine is like giving yourself coffee enemas "for the rush".
You might as well take amphetamine then because obviously what you are looking for is a stimulant high. :laugh:

Well it was in all seriousness done in the search for an Adderall replacement, which sulbutiamine absolutely is not. And I did not really feel much of anything- no rush at all, at that dose. It changed my body awareness, like a different vibrational feeling, and made it difficult to sleep, and possibly made colors more dense but that was about it.





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