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    Wot Supplement for quality sleep?


    I have used ZMA in the past and found that helped. Just want something to give me a deeper more relaxing sleep so I feel more refreshed the next day.

    Have seen that alri have got lean dreams and I have seen this
    Genera Bulk 1-carboxy-2-amino-3-pyrobenzol(3,4 diol) USP LABS Certified at nutraplanet.

    Option 1 ZMA
    Option 2 Lean dreams
    Option 3 Genera Bulk 1-carboxy-2-amino-3-pyrobenzol

    Wot shall I choose which do rate the best?
    Thanks

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    x-dreams wil be released by IBE soon...keep an eye out for that
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    Melatonin at a high enough dose.

    I think someone needs to try a supplement that has melatonin in it alot w/ some added ingredients for bioavailibility.
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    I've used a lot of different things to help me sleep. ZMA, Gaba, Melatonin, Tryptophan, valerian and others.
    I actually took my first lean dreams last night. It was good in helping me fall asleep.
    But I judge these products by how well I wake up and most have me waking up a bit groggy. They all seem to help deep sleep.

    A while back I got a test batch of REM-3 from USP. It only had
    1-carboxy-2-amino-3-pyrobenzol(3,4 diol). The later version added something. Anyway the original with just 1-carboxy-2-amino-3-pyrobenzol(3,4 diol) was the best stuff for me becuase I woke up feeling great. The later version with an additional ingredient, maybe ashwaganda(??), made me a bit groggy. I am going to see how things go with lean dreams but so far my favorite thing is 1-carboxy-2-amino-3-pyrobenzol(3,4 diol) for sleeping good AND waking up refreshed.
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    i didnt think malotonin was good to take for extended periods of time, especially at higer doses. I use gaba, and malotonin if my sleep cycle is off.
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    11:00pm last night I was wide awake, then I took 2 caps LD + 50mg of Benadryl; it was goodnight Irene
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    3-5g GABA is good for sleep and relaxation.
    Genera Bulk 1-carboxy-2-amino-3-pyrobenzol
    Also PowerFULL taken pre-bed is great.
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    500mg of magnesium works for me. Or rhodiola/bacopa
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    Quote Originally Posted by xjsynx View Post
    11:00pm last night I was wide awake, then I took 2 caps LD + 50mg of Benadryl; it was goodnight Irene
    Your name is Irene?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CryingEmo View Post
    Your name is Irene?
    only dolts refer to themselves in 3rd person...

    Seriously, I hope you are kidding.

    "Goodnight Irene," or "Irene," is a 20th century American folk standard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xjsynx View Post
    only dolts refer to themselves in 3rd person...

    Seriously, I hope you are kidding.
    Crying Emo finds your remark humorous.
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    Whoever deleted my post, thanks.

    Anyway, pght is the best sleep aid I've used, and I've used powerfull, REM, melatonin, Gaba, ZMA, and others. Pght is the only one that knocks me out, puts me deep, and doesn't make me groggy in the morning. And that is only one of its effects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poison View Post
    Whoever deleted my post, thanks.

    Anyway, pght is the best sleep aid I've used, and I've used powerfull, REM, melatonin, Gaba, ZMA, and others. Pght is the only one that knocks me out, puts me deep, and doesn't make me groggy in the morning. And that is only one of its effects.
    Never heard of it? Link?
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    I hear great things about this how do you say X-Dreams

    I also believe that there is a contest in the IBE forum giving some away with samples coming soon!


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    Quote Originally Posted by john123131 View Post
    x-dreams wil be released by IBE soon...keep an eye out for that
    i've been waiting for this, can't wait to see the formula

    i used only melatonin really
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    Quote Originally Posted by nootropolis View Post
    i've been waiting for this, can't wait to see the formula

    i used only melatonin really
    I hear ya...for me...SLEEP = GOLD.....so im in....
    john
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    Isn't X-dreams going to have phenibut in it?
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    Thanks for the replies.

    Think I might give Bulk 1-carboxy-2-amino-3-pyrobenzol ago.

    Just one question how do you take this?

    Can you just swallow it or do you have to mix it with a drink or cap it etc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CryingEmo View Post
    Crying Emo finds your remark humorous.


    I find taht funny +rep
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    My pre-bed stack:

    2 caps Lipo-PM
    6 mg melatonin

    Out for 8 hours, deep sleep, vivid dreams, and wake up feeling great!!!!
    Dirk Tanis, BA, MSci
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    I've given up on chemical aids, they are either too weak and/or tolerance builds and/or they have sides.

    These are the two electromagnetic products I'm using right now, sleeping like a baby.

    Verilux TwiLight Mini Ultra Blue Light Therapy Sleep System
    Dreamate

    One could easily spend as much for supps over a few months, and not, IMO, get the long term correction that these products provide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue Drone View Post
    I've given up on chemical aids, they are either too weak and/or tolerance builds and/or they have sides.

    These are the two electromagnetic products I'm using right now, sleeping like a baby.

    Verilux TwiLight Mini Ultra Blue Light Therapy Sleep System
    Dreamate

    One could easily spend as much for supps over a few months, and not, IMO, get the long term correction that these products provide.
    Which one do you like better?
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    They have different uses.

    The Twilight is effective for resetting one's go to bed time, I've been able to push back my Vampire sleep hours to a more normal schedule,an impossibility with the drugs I've tried, and the Dreammate's primary benefit is in an improvement in sleep quality, I no longer wakeup every few hours, kick my innocent cat and look over at my alarm clock.

    The Dreammate is also supposed to aid onset of sleeptime, according to the study at HIVOX but I can't distinguish that affect from the sleepy KO that the Twilight is putting on me.

    I highly recommend them both, singly according to one's needs.

    My next purchase will be for this
    Sleeptracker Watch Wake-Up Monitor
    to optimize my wakeup time.

    IMO, these have been great quality of life investments, well worth the money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue Drone View Post
    They have different uses.

    The Twilight is effective for resetting one's go to bed time, I've been able to push back my Vampire sleep hours to a more normal schedule,an impossibility with the drugs I've tried, and the Dreammate's primary benefit is in an improvement in sleep quality, I no longer wakeup every few hours, kick my innocent cat and look over at my alarm clock.

    The Dreammate is also supposed to aid onset of sleeptime, according to the study at HIVOX but I can't distinguish that affect from the sleepy KO that the Twilight is putting on me.

    I highly recommend them both, singly according to one's needs.

    My next purchase will be for this
    Sleeptracker Watch Wake-Up Monitor
    to optimize my wakeup time.

    IMO, these have been great quality of life investments, well worth the money.
    Thanks for reply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CryingEmo View Post
    Melatonin at a high enough dose.

    I think someone needs to try a supplement that has melatonin in it alot w/ some added ingredients for bioavailibility.
    Lunesta works like a charm every time.
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    powerfull and lean dreams gives me some awesome sleep.
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    I've slept allot better since I started True Protein's Alpha-Lactalbumin
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    Designer Supplements' Activate gives me wicked deep sleeps and I awake feeling awesome.
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    Melatonin works alright for me
    Recently been using TylenolPM has diphenhydramine in it and it works very well at keeping me asleep and makes me less groggy in the morning then Melatonin. anyone see a supplement containing just this?
    Soon I will try IBE's XDREAM.
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    powerfull is great
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    im getting some of Unique Nutrition's L-dopa and waiting on NP's ZMT to be released (what suppose to be friday, hopefully it goes online monday) and going to be stacking the 2 before bed. should be great for sleep and recovery.
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