Sulbutiamine/Anandamide/THC

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    Sulbutiamine/Anandamide/THC


    Anyone have any reserach on these, as far as relating to each other ETC.

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    Well after a quick google search and some anecdotal and personal experience I could come to a few subjective conclusions...

    I've always had great experiences with sulbutiamine (the bulk powder... not that BS Biotest crap), although the duration couldn't have been more than a couple of hours for me. I always enjoyed great mental focus with this pre w.o. and a mood lift as well.

    Anandamide is an endogenous canniboid that stimulates hunger in the brain (CB1 receptor), and if I read into this right, can also act as a analgesic/anti-inflammatory in higher amounts in the body (CB2 receptor). Anandamide also, just like THC, suppresses the hippocampus in terms of the formation of long term memory. I don't think the research is definite, but there seems to be some evidence that canniboids, (both THC and anandamide) are neuroprotective.

    Taken in concert, my guess would be this: a case of mad munchies, possibly a more intense high, and w/ the sulbutiamine, I could only guess. You could have a trippy head high and then again you could have a very focused high as well. If I had some sulbutiamine and anandamide on hand then I would definitely try this out

    Ha if you decide to give it a try I would definitely look forward to your feedback on it. I'm always curious about new experiences

    EDIT: Reading more (wikipedia is the bomb), THC and metabolites act as antioxidants and also promote neurogenesis as well...

    In short, THC is the best nootropic ever
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    "THC is the best nootropic ever"

    Honestly, I think there is a lot to be said for the nootropic potential of THC. This is the first I've heard of Anandamide; it sounds fascinating from your (and wikipedia's) description. As for sulbutiamine, it is great stuff, deserving to be a staple of stimulant stacks.

    Strange as it may sound, the most productive writing month of my life was also the month when I consumed the most THC. That said, it can absolutely be taken to excess ... too much just makes me confused.

    I like to take 400mg of sulbutiamine along with other stims like coffee. Too much of it can lead to headaches. Interestingly, sulbutiamine is a sexual stimulant too. I think sulbutiamine is one of the most underrated compounds out there.

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