Tianeptine sulfate vs sodium?

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Has anyone compared the effects of both? I just ordered both to test out and wanted to hear back from any users here. Also what dose did you use?

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Sulfate is really really great for better mood, mild anxiety and productivity during the day, 25mg - 50mg in the morning and another 25mg 4h later
 
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Sulfate is really really great for better mood, mild anxiety and productivity during the day, 25mg - 50mg in the morning and another 25mg 4h later
Sodium buzz is amazing.... Sulfate is ok if using at low doses for therapuetic benefits. It prob depends on what purpose you're using it for
 

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Sulfate is better all the way for me.

My first experience was with sodium and I noticed it, but not too much, around 15-20 mg. Basically a kicker that I could add to the workout stack. But it fades too fast. Also, I never felt euphoria. Maybe just slightly “better” than normal.

I tried Sulfate actually thinking it would be milder or i would alternate. I have not gone back to sodium. I like the ramp up when taking it (I mix with a very mild energy amino) and feel in the zone yet also at peace. Effects last at least 6 hours. It feels like a stim at low doses. I don’t go above 15-20 mg and don’t need to. That can feel like too much - heart racing sensation sometimes. I used to stack with a higher caffeine and yohimbine pre and my the third or fourth time I felt too too anxious. It’s much better with a mild energy amino and a few diet cokes as needed throughout the morning.

Start your dose low and cycle on/off. There’s addiction potential at high doses.
 
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They're both exactly the same. The only reason they sell it as a sulphate is because the sodium verison is sold as an Rx, so they're technically trying to bypass that by selling it as Tianeptine sulfate to try and bypass that and/or stay off the radar.
 
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They're both exactly the same. The only reason they sell it as a sulphate is because the sodium verison is sold as an Rx, so they're technically trying to bypass that by selling it as Tianeptine sulfate to try and bypass that and/or stay off the radar.
The sulfate is the delayed release/extended release version. It is not just a name change to keep the target off their backs.
 

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Sulfate is much less noticeable in my experience, but there is some anxiolytic effect that seems to last throughout the day. Stopping it was no issue at all.

Sodium knocked me into the ground. Powerful anxiolytic, made me like a robot with no feelings or moods, and was shitty coming off. I was down and moody for about a solid week. But, if it's being used for anxiety or mood disorders, I would say it definitely does this.
 

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They are NOT the same. The absorption and metabolism of the two salts is widely different and gives a much different experience.

Not sure I’d ever use Na again after rubbing sulfate
 
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The sulfate is the delayed release/extended release version. It is not just a name change to keep the target off their backs.
Well, you learn something new everyday :)
 

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