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02-19-2017 6:31 PM

I had purchased a bottle of sulbutiamine 200 mg a while back but I never got around to trying it. Today I popped a pill on an empty stomach and I can honestly say the effects were very positive and noticeable.

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  • Effects kicked in within an hour
  • Increased Energy
  • Increased Awareness of my surroundings
  • Decreased brain fog
  • Easier to make eye contact with people walking down the street
  • Zen like feeling
  • Greatly increased perception of details in my surroundings
  • Increased general sense of well being
  • Increased happiness

The effects should have been more subtle. This nootropic is not supposed to have this strong of an effect. This makes me think that I may have had a thiamine deficiency in my brain.

Anyone try this nootropic on this forum?
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02-19-2017 10:20 PM

I tried it twice and both times I felt a burning sensation in my stomach; as if it was acidic. I ordered it in pill form because I kept reading the reviews of the powder form how it burns the tongue. I'm surprised you took it on an empty stomach because the 2nd time I took it with food and the acidic sensation was much more tolerable than when I had a relatively empty stomach.

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02-19-2017 11:07 PM

I've read that this is one of the worst tasting powders in existence. I have the Double Wood brand. No GI issues at all from this supplement. It is supposed to be fat soluble so I'm surprised it worked on an empty stomach for me.
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02-20-2017 11:20 AM

I take this nootropic blend that contains Sulbutiamine 3 times a week when I give presentations.

https://www.chaosandpain.com/cannibal-genius-nootropic/

I find it works well for sharpness, fluidity of mind, and confidence.

I am not sure how much the Sulbutiamine is responsible, though.

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02-20-2017 12:39 PM

I have no experience with this nootropic but It is one that I've wanted to try for awhile. At the moment I have too many to play with, however.
Have you taken it more than once? Often times a new nootropic will feel like god in a pill but then any time after that the effects are crazily diminished. I am wondering if this holds true for sulbutiamine for you. Last question for now: What other noots have you tried / how does this compare?

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02-20-2017 5:04 PM

It works but needs to be cycled. And yes tastes vile. Like, so very very very bad.
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