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    Quote Originally Posted by Grambo

    I take 2 in the AM sometimes then get a little more sleep in before breakfast lol
    I have haha its more of an uplifting, warm euphoria feeling for me than stims
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    You guys are killing yourself taking this ****. Appetite suppressant? as well as building up a heart attack down the road. do whateva you want i guess..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron_Will View Post
    You guys are killing yourself taking this ****. Appetite suppressant? as well as building up a heart attack down the road. do whateva you want i guess..
    What? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron_Will
    You guys are killing yourself taking this ****. Appetite suppressant? as well as building up a heart attack down the road. do whateva you want i guess..
    Hmmm ... Care to elaborate?
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    He's from the future. He suppressed his appetite using Alphamine but 40 years later he suffered a heart attack. In tomorrow's society, the ability to loop back to our time exists. He is merely warning us that a supplement we are taking now may perhaps one day be what he blames his own condition on. Hopefully his DeLorean brings him back to his time, provided he finds that bolt of lightning that brought him here.

    That's just my guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    I have haha its more of an uplifting, warm euphoria feeling for me than stims
    Remind me of a study i read once, that if you take caffeine before taking a nap, as in literally right before, so you fall asleep before the caffein kicks in, you will wake up much more awake

    Not sure how it effects the quality of sleep though
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    Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster

    Remind me of a study i read once, that if you take caffeine before taking a nap, as in literally right before, so you fall asleep before the caffein kicks in, you will wake up much more awake

    Not sure how it effects the quality of sleep though
    I agree fully! It's happened a few times so makes sense
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piston Honda View Post
    He's from the future. He suppressed his appetite using Alphamine but 40 years later he suffered a heart attack. In tomorrow's society, the ability to loop back to our time exists. He is merely warning us that a supplement we are taking now may perhaps one day be what he blames his own condition on. Hopefully his DeLorean brings him back to his time, provided he finds that bolt of lightning that brought him here.

    That's just my guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster View Post
    Remind me of a study i read once, that if you take caffeine before taking a nap, as in literally right before, so you fall asleep before the caffein kicks in, you will wake up much more awake

    Not sure how it effects the quality of sleep though
    In before we get complaints from customers who read this and decided to take two scoops of Alphamine before bed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdcc

    In before we get complaints from customers who read this and decided to take two scoops of Alphamine before bed.
    Now I gotta try it! I'll do it on a day where I need to get some sleep but only for a few hours. Hghpro has done that for me everytime
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    No chance I'm trying it, sleep is way to valuable to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    In before we get complaints from customers who read this and decided to take two scoops of Alphamine before bed.
    Too Late! I already did, the missus bought me tickets and sent me away .... Again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BPjohn123 View Post
    No chance I'm trying it, sleep is way to valuable to me.
    This I LOVE SLEEP. Don't get me wrong there are days I wake up like 8 times feeling great but I still know my body will benefit from the extra deep sleep. Please do not dose alphamine near your sleeping hours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew732 View Post
    This I LOVE SLEEP. Don't get me wrong there are days I wake up like 8 times feeling great but I still know my body will benefit from the extra deep sleep. Please do not dose alphamine near your sleeping hours.
    Today i had a first hand experience of this. Long story follows :

    Monday being travel day, I woke up at 3.30am to catch my 6am to Charlotte [CLT] and then to Philadelphia [PHL], I took Alphamine first thing in the morning (prior to 3.45am), in the hope that I can get some sleep from 6am to 7.45am CDT enroute to CLT and then again after the mad dash across the terminals again sleep thru CLT - PHL (1 hour and 30 mins) gate to gate.

    However this thing has kept me awake till 4pm now, and given the day I have had, which includes my plane catching fire, an emergency return landing to CLT and being sleep deprived for more than 24 hours I am pretty surprised. I would be taking my next Alphamine probably on Wednesday or something.
    I think a good rule of thumb is to not take it around 5-6 hours before your sleeping window.(Cant remember if Natty mentioned this)
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    Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster

    Remind me of a study i read once, that if you take caffeine before taking a nap, as in literally right before, so you fall asleep before the caffein kicks in, you will wake up much more awake

    Not sure how it effects the quality of sleep though
    I do that when I am off of work at home. Take my preworkout right before taking a nap. Intensity level at the gym is outrageous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron_Will View Post
    You guys are killing yourself taking this ****. Appetite suppressant? as well as building up a heart attack down the road. do whateva you want i guess..
    Do you have any evidence to support this, Doc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 808shredded View Post
    I do that when I am off of work at home. Take my preworkout right before taking a nap. Intensity level at the gym is outrageous.
    haha i believe it
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    Quote Originally Posted by 808shredded View Post
    I do that when I am off of work at home. Take my preworkout right before taking a nap. Intensity level at the gym is outrageous.
    I may have to try this soon.
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    Comment # 100 haha sorry just my ocd guys...its my thread anyways.
    But i decided to put the alphamine away for now as i feel i need a stim break
    Overall i liked it, just not something id want to take before any high intensity or endurance event, as it makes me winded rather quickly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericool007
    Comment # 100 haha sorry just my ocd guys...its my thread anyways.
    But i decided to put the alphamine away for now as i feel i need a stim break
    Overall i liked it, just not something id want to take before any high intensity or endurance event, as it makes me winded rather quickly.
    This type of product isn't for everybody. I'm just glad I don't have any negative sides from it!! :-)
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    WOw most people report better cardio, sorry to see that you did not got the cardio enhancing effects of ALphamine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericool007 View Post
    Comment # 100 haha sorry just my ocd guys...its my thread anyways.
    But i decided to put the alphamine away for now as i feel i need a stim break
    Overall i liked it, just not something id want to take before any high intensity or endurance event, as it makes me winded rather quickly.
    Use a lower dose before cardio sessions
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    Well I'm down from 203 to 200 in the first week of taking it... dunno how much of it is actually fat or from how much time I'm spending on the toilet

    Lol, for real though I'm def already looking a bit leaner in the mirror. Using this alongside erase and now anabeta elite as a prelude to my AT2 and OEP n mild epi cycle. Can't wait for the next phase but alphamine is most definitely impressing me here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sourdough
    Well I'm down from 203 to 200 in the first week of taking it... dunno how much of it is actually fat or from how much time I'm spending on the toilet

    Lol, for real though I'm def already looking a bit leaner in the mirror. Using this alongside erase and now anabeta elite as a prelude to my AT2 and OEP n mild epi cycle. Can't wait for the next phase but alphamine is most definitely impressing me here.
    Thanks for the feedback bud
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sourdough View Post
    Well I'm down from 203 to 200 in the first week of taking it... dunno how much of it is actually fat or from how much time I'm spending on the toilet

    Lol, for real though I'm def already looking a bit leaner in the mirror. Using this alongside erase and now anabeta elite as a prelude to my AT2 and OEP n mild epi cycle. Can't wait for the next phase but alphamine is most definitely impressing me here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    Do you have any evidence to support this, Doc?
    yea, its called common sense. Anything that drastically effects your heart rate is obviously not good for you. Its plain common sense. Same with alcohol and cigarettes. But everything in moderation is good. When i see people taking stimulants every single day and they complain about heart and chest pains, its common sense to stop and give your body a break. you see people have a good life and drink alcohol in moderation, or you see them go crazy and end up with liver damage. stupid vs smart. But yea i am a doctor btw. I have am one of the most prestigious doctors in California.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron_Will View Post
    yea, its called common sense. Anything that drastically effects your heart rate is obviously not good for you. Its plain common sense. Same with alcohol and cigarettes. But everything in moderation is good. When i see people taking stimulants every single day and they complain about heart and chest pains, its common sense to stop and give your body a break. you see people have a good life and drink alcohol in moderation, or you see them go crazy and end up with liver damage. stupid vs smart. But yea i am a doctor btw. I have am one of the most prestigious doctors in California.
    You should look up something called "burden of proof." When you make a claim, you are responsible for providing evidence (peer-reviewed in this case) to back said claim showing that any of the components with Alphamine even show the potential​ for cardiovascular damage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron_Will
    yea, its called common sense. Anything that drastically effects your heart rate is obviously not good for you. Its plain common sense. Same with alcohol and cigarettes. But everything in moderation is good. When i see people taking stimulants every single day and they complain about heart and chest pains, its common sense to stop and give your body a break. you see people have a good life and drink alcohol in moderation, or you see them go crazy and end up with liver damage. stupid vs smart. But yea i am a doctor btw. I have am one of the most prestigious doctors in California.
    I'm an astronaut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sourdough View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    You should look up something called "burden of proof." When you make a claim, you are responsible for providing evidence (peer-reviewed in this case) to back said claim showing that any of the components with Alphamine even show the potential​ for cardiovascular damage.
    Im really a certified doctor under my own name. Id say thats pretty qualified, dont you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron_Will

    Im really a certified doctor under my own name. Id say thats pretty qualified, dont you think?
    He also stayed at a holiday inn express last night so I would take his word for it.... :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron_Will

    Im really a certified doctor under my own name. Id say thats pretty qualified, dont you think?
    I am 12 and wat is this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron_Will View Post
    Im really a certified doctor under my own name. Id say thats pretty qualified, dont you think?
    Please, go troll somewhere else. You've already made yourself look foolish enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron_Will

    Im really a certified doctor under my own name. Id say thats pretty qualified, dont you think?
    This is great, thanks for your opinion.
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    Why doesnt anyone think I am Liam Neeson?

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    Im really a certified doctor under my own name. Id say thats pretty qualified, dont you think?
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