Okay thank you and sorry about that. I do recall it was legal a few years ago as I had a tub of it. I miss those days. They take everything away from usYour not following guideline rules here bud.
It’s illegal here, and we can’t give sources.
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Thank you for your reply. What did you swap it for if you don't mind me asking?Unfortunately yes.
Except it’s ok to drink alchohol to a point of nearly dying. That’s cool my friend. And socially acceptable in my parts, which I kinda find yuck. Just promotes young kids that have no idea what path their taking when drinking becomes a daily issue.
It was for me at one time in my life, done too much physical damage, swapped (self) med plan in other words. Another thing I don’t recommend. Story for another day.
Basically anything that’s psychoactively enjoyable is banned, or under some stupid blanket ban (seems lazy to me, can’t keep up with the scientists) in Australia. And to make things worse, we’re miles away from where a lot of the good stuffs made (I’m just talking self med/rec drugs in general).
A few idiot kids took a heap of it at school and had complications and needed hospitalisation so then it was made illegal. Idiot kidsOkay thank you and sorry about that. I do recall it was legal a few years ago as I had a tub of it. I miss those days. They take everything away from us
I don't know much about neurotransmitters and things but I just received this herbal supplement called Kudzu which is used for alcohol cravings and they say it's a gaba antagonist. Not sure if that is similar to phenibut but it seems to increase libido like phenibut did. Not sure about reducing alcohol cravings yet though.
Well phenibut is an agonist at the gaba receptor so that would tend to indicate its effects would be very different to the supplement you mentioned.
You can stillfind phenibut in a few bodybuilding supplement stores here and there but it is getting very rare now.
There is another supp/nootropic that is very similar to phenibut that is still available, it is called picamilon.
With picamilon a niacin molecule is attached to the gaba to get it to cross the blood brain barrier so theoretically it should have almost identical results as gaba is the active substance in both supplements, all that changes is the method used to get the gaba across the bbb, however picamilon just doesn't seem to have the same potency .
tAnyway it may be worth doing some research on picamilon.
Agreed. The first post could be re worded to match the title.Mmm, way I see it it can say open so long as it remains purely about phenibut or about the current legal status of it and similar drugs and doesn't cross into naming or requesting any actual sources.