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Approach Anxiety – The Autistic Socially Awkward Guide to Conquering it

Posted by Anonymous on September 13, 2016  /   no comment
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Approach Anxiety – The Anxiety Suffer’s Guide to Conquering It The fear of approaching a stranger is a challenge to most people. approaching an attractive member of the opposite sex, only when most people are drunk. Approach anxiety, when it’s completely overwhelming is something that prevents people leading the lives they wish to lead. You […]

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Benzo Reversal of Tolerance – Research Summary

Posted by Anonymous on June 07, 2016  /   no comment
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What is Benzodiazepine Tolerance? Benzodiazepine is drug tolerance to benzodiazepine (duh). Examples of benzos are Valium, Xanax, Clonazepam, and Lorazepam. There are many more and they all act strongly on GABA as allosteric modulators – which increases the activity of the protein. Benzo reversal is about reversing the tolerance to benzo type drugs and restoring […]

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Adderall Tolerance – How to Use Memantine to Reduce Tolerance – Research Summary

Posted by Anonymous on February 11, 2016  /   no comment
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What is Memantine? There is growing interest in Memantine which is a novel unique drug that acts on the glutamatergic system by blocking NMDA Receptors. It is mainly prescribed for treating Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder ADHD, narcolepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, autism and some chemical addictive substance abuse. The mechanism of action of this drug is being […]

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Ultra Low Dose Naltrexone – For Lower Opiate Tolerance – Research Summary

Posted by Anonymous on November 04, 2015  /   1 comment
Ultra Low Dose Naltrexone Explained

What is Naltrexone? Naltrexone is described as a substituted oxymorphone, it’s active metabolites are antagonists at the u-opioid receptor (MOR), k-opioid receptor (KOR), and the o-opioid receptor (DOR). Naltrexone’s primary use (in normal doses) is in the management of opioid and alcohol dependency. It is also often used to reduce Benzodiazepine withdrawal symptoms as both […]

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Oxytocin Nasal Spray – The Biochemistry – Research Summary

Posted by Anonymous on October 22, 2015  /   no comment
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We read some interesting stuff about Oxytocin in current Stanford University clinical trials. If they were doing it, it must be a pretty big deal right. Is Oxytocin Therapy a Social Anxiety Cure All? No. Like any hormone, it is regulated and controlled in the body with precision, and most people would not get magical […]

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Kratom Potentiation Guide

Posted by Anonymous on October 22, 2015  /   1 comment
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Thanks to  the guys at  KratomEye for these suggestions for Kratom potentiation. – Black Seed Oil (cumin seed) – Hordenine (very minute amounts, 5 – 20mg, even. MAO-B inhibitor – works great if you don’t use too much) – Tribulus Terrestris (a milder MAO-B inhibitor. This is also great as it boosts testosterone and brings […]

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Why You Should Give More Time for a Drug to Work

Posted by Anonymous on October 13, 2015  /   no comment
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A lot of people think that they can test and assess a drug instantly and reap the benefits, whilst this may be true for some very fast acting drugs, it eclipses a lot of other strategies that can be equally effective if given a few weeks, and a lot of people end up missing out […]

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