DAA - Psychoactive?

  1. DAA - Psychoactive?


    I'm currently on week three of a DAA cycle of 3g daily. Yesterday, shortly after taking my first dose, I experienced some unusual visual pseudohallucinations for a period of roughly twenty minutes. It was like I was having an acid flashback - possible, given my past experiences, but I've never experienced something like this before. The visuals were mild, but severe enough that I wasn't comfortable driving.

    Is it possible that DAA exerts some psychoactivity and may have caused this, or is it more likely something completely unrelated? Initially, I thought it was a coincidence, but after reading some anecdotal evidence of DAA causing neurological effects such as brain zaps I wondered if there may be a connection here.


  2. DAA makes me feel funny but Ive never tripped ballz on it.. try some iforce intimidate it use NDMA instead of DAA.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by xR1pp3Rx View Post
    DAA makes me feel funny but Ive never tripped ballz on it.. try some iforce intimidate it use NDMA instead of DAA.
    I wouldn't say I was tripping exactly. It was like when you look into a bright light and it burns into your vision for a minute or two, except there was no light and this lasted a lot longer.

    I might try that in future.

  4. Id like to see the responses on this topic.as well

  5. I know the first time I took TCF 1 which is sodium DAA I had some interesting responses. I was doing leg extensions and this guy was walking past me and I had this extreme urge to reach out and grab the guy. Actually felt like I might do it and couldn't control it. Felt like my brain wasn't rationalizing my thoughts. I then had a migraine headache that lasted about 72 hrs but after that I felt awesome.
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  6. Speaking of headaches, I've also had several in the past few days.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by deadliftz View Post
    I'm currently on week three of a DAA cycle of 3g daily. Yesterday, shortly after taking my first dose, I experienced some unusual visual pseudohallucinations for a period of roughly twenty minutes. It was like I was having an acid flashback - possible, given my past experiences, but I've never experienced something like this before. The visuals were mild, but severe enough that I wasn't comfortable driving.

    Is it possible that DAA exerts some psychoactivity and may have caused this, or is it more likely something completely unrelated? Initially, I thought it was a coincidence, but after reading some anecdotal evidence of DAA causing neurological effects such as brain zaps I wondered if there may be a connection here.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by Aleksandar37 View Post
    No.
    Care to elaborate? I asked whether this could be a result of DAA or if it's more likely a coincidence; "no" doesn't really constitute an answer.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by deadliftz View Post
    Care to elaborate? I asked whether this could be a result of DAA or if it's more likely a coincidence; "no" doesn't really constitute an answer.
    No, it is more likely a coincidence.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Aleksandar37 View Post
    No, it is more likely a coincidence.
    So you're saying DAA is strictly not psychoactive?

  11. Nothing is 100%, but I have never heard anything near what you experienced. It also seems odd that this happened after the first time you used it, but not again during the subsequent 3 weeks.
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  12. I don't know the neurochemistry of acid flashbacks, but if it involves the NMDA receptor, it's plausible. As in like, 0.000000000001% likely

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Aleksandar37 View Post
    Nothing is 100%, but I have never heard anything near what you experienced. It also seems odd that this happened after the first time you used it, but not again during the subsequent 3 weeks.
    You misread; it happened about three weeks after the first time I used it. Up until then, all I was noticing was better sleep, and an elevated libido and mood changes that were mild enough to possibly be placebo.
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