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  1. Look at Black Seed Oil. The thymoquinone in it has been proven very effective at helping users to get off of opioids and bentos.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by kisaj View Post
    Look at Black Seed Oil. The thymoquinone in it has been proven very effective at helping users to get off of opioids and bentos.
    Yup that's already part of the stack, it's probably #1 importance along Emoxypine and BPC-157.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Hyperfluxe View Post
    Yup that's already part of the stack, it's probably #1 importance along Emoxypine and BPC-157.
    Sh!t youve done your research!! Seriously bravo, you are a great friend. Another two to look into is agmatine and memantine. Both can make a world of difference with benzo withdrawals. However, memantine is not for everyone. Whereas I've NEVER heard anyone having a problem with agmatine, but agmatine is definitely more potent for reducing benzo withdrawals symptoms.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by rtmilburn View Post
    Sh!t youve done your research!! Seriously bravo, you are a great friend. Another two to look into is agmatine and memantine. Both can make a world of difference with benzo withdrawals. However, memantine is not for everyone. Whereas I've NEVER heard anyone having a problem with agmatine, but agmatine is definitely more potent for reducing benzo withdrawals symptoms.
    Agmatine and magnesium l-threonate/taurate were also included for NDMA antagonism

    I agree with your point with respect to memantine. It's way too strong and causes brain fog.

    What else do you would help? Afobazole and Cerebrolysin are some other very promising restorative substances. Some mild GABAergics like taurine, theanine and ashwagandha aren't a bad idea either. Possibly CoQ10 and PQQ to help defunct mitochondria and perhaps Ipamorelin + Mod-GRF for overall cognitive and sleep benefits from GH and IGF-1.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by rtmilburn View Post
    Sh!t youve done your research!! Seriously bravo, you are a great friend. Another two to look into is agmatine and memantine. Both can make a world of difference with benzo withdrawals. However, memantine is not for everyone. Whereas I've NEVER heard anyone having a problem with agmatine, but agmatine is definitely more potent for reducing benzo withdrawals symptoms.
    Agmatine and magnesium l-threonate/taurate were also included for NDMA antagonism

    I agree with your point with respect to memantine. It's way too strong and causes brain fog.

    What else do you would help? Afobazole and Cerebrolysin are some other very promising restorative substances. Some mild GABAergics like taurine, theanine and ashwagandha aren't a bad idea either. Possibly CoQ10 and PQQ to help defunct mitochondria and perhaps Ipamorelin + Mod-GRF for overall cognitive and sleep benefits from GH and IGF-1.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Hyperfluxe View Post
    Agmatine and magnesium l-threonate/taurate were also included for NDMA antagonism

    I agree with your point with respect to memantine. It's way too strong and causes brain fog.

    What else do you would help? Afobazole and Cerebrolysin are some other very promising restorative substances. Some mild GABAergics like taurine, theanine and ashwagandha aren't a bad idea either. Possibly CoQ10 and PQQ to help defunct mitochondria and perhaps Ipamorelin + Mod-GRF for overall cognitive and sleep benefits from GH and IGF-1.
    L-THP has been shown to help with addiction for things like opioids, cocaine, nicotine, etc.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4535343/
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3878639/
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5098281/

    You can buy it in bulk from LM or in combination products like LM Sleep Caps and LifeSeasons Pain Bloc-R. I haven't tried it for benzos but those two products work great as sleep aids and reducing cravings when I need a break from kratom.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by jarrellt67 View Post
    L-THP has been shown to help with addiction for things like opioids, cocaine, nicotine, etc.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4535343/
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3878639/
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5098281/

    You can buy it in bulk from LM or in combination products like LM Sleep Caps and LifeSeasons Pain Bloc-R. I haven't tried it for benzos but those two products work great as sleep aids and reducing cravings when I need a break from kratom.
    Yeah I've been meaning to pick some up but Liftmode doesn't carry it anymore. It's basically Seroquel-lite.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Hyperfluxe View Post
    Yeah I've been meaning to pick some up but Liftmode doesn't carry it anymore. It's basically Seroquel-lite.
    I didn't realize they stopped carrying it in bulk. At least they still have it in their Sleep Caps. I just wish they didn't have melatonin in them. Personally, I like Pain Bloc-R more for this reason...works just as well (or better) for sleep and doesn't make me groggy in the morning.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Hyperfluxe View Post
    Agmatine and magnesium l-threonate/taurate were also included for NDMA antagonism

    I agree with your point with respect to memantine. It's way too strong and causes brain fog.

    What else do you would help? Afobazole and Cerebrolysin are some other very promising restorative substances. Some mild GABAergics like taurine, theanine and ashwagandha aren't a bad idea either. Possibly CoQ10 and PQQ to help defunct mitochondria and perhaps Ipamorelin + Mod-GRF for overall cognitive and sleep benefits from GH and IGF-1.
    Would not fuk with any HGH secretagogues, no hard science just anecdotal reports that it can prolong withdrawals. Weed can help but depending on him that can be trading one addiction for another. I CANNOT recommend pregnenolone enough. Melatonin has shown great result, IN STUDIES, to minimize withdrawals from benzos. Not gonna lie I don't know sh!t about Afobazole and Cerebrolysin, I'll look in to it. CoQ10 and PQQ are amazing. There is more I'm missing, but I'm tired and need to get some studying done.

  10. Also memantine is not are bad as it's portrayed.

  11. Of I forget of few more things. I don't know where you live, but depending on where ibogaine is fuking good send for withdrawals, on almost any substance. But be warned the trip is VERY intense and not euphoric or kind or even pleasant like other psychedelics.

    Also if he is having a hard time with the mental withdrawals portion LSD, mushrooms or dmt will greatly help with that.

    Seriously psychedelics were originally part of the 12-step program for Alcoholics Anonymous. They work GREAT.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by rtmilburn View Post
    Would not fuk with any HGH secretagogues, no hard science just anecdotal reports that it can prolong withdrawals. Weed can help but depending on him that can be trading one addiction for another. I CANNOT recommend pregnenolone enough. Melatonin has shown great result, IN STUDIES, to minimize withdrawals from benzos. Not gonna lie I don't know sh!t about Afobazole and Cerebrolysin, I'll look in to it. CoQ10 and PQQ are amazing. There is more I'm missing, but I'm tired and need to get some studying done.
    How crucial was pregnenolone to recover from benzos?

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Hyperfluxe View Post
    How crucial was pregnenolone to recover from benzos?
    Not for recovery, but makes withdrawals much easier.

  14. So about bringing Amento back...
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by TheMovement View Post
    So about bringing Amento back...
    Stay tuned
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  16. I'd definitely be up for straight amento, stacks with everything I like without any negative interactions.

  17. DHM is benzo antagonist like flumazenil that can speed up the process but might make you feel bad.

    In any case, you need to get diclazepam to ensure the smoothest taper possible. That's #1 priority especially if you've been on high doses for months (my buddy was on the equivalent of 120mg valium per day but with RC's like clonazolam/flunitrazolam/flualprazolam).

  18. Quote Originally Posted by rtmilburn View Post
    Not for recovery, but makes withdrawals much easier.
    You mentioned that pregnenolone made benzo withdrawals much easier which makes sense due to various neurosteroids like allopregnanolone being GABA-a positive allosteric modulator and anti-inflammatory in general. Where do you source it from may I ask?

    Also, Etifoxine is a Russian Nootropic/anxiolytic that does just that with respect to neurosteroids and TSPO. I completely overlooked it for benzo recovery. Check it out: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etifoxine

  19. Quote Originally Posted by chedapalooza View Post
    Stay tuned
    SSooooooo
    Current Log: http://anabolicminds.com/forum/supplement-reviews-logs/304802-themovement-bringing-blitz
  20. Amentoflavone


    Quote Originally Posted by TheMovement View Post
    SSooooooo
    Ahh the memories of no hype and coop... the good ol days.

    I always like amento. I know ans had “amentopump” or something like that in their products which I enjoyed on top of the analyzed amento. Make it happen ched
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by Afi140 View Post
    Ahh the memories of no hype and coop... the good ol days.

    I always like amento. I know ans had “amentopump” or something like that in their products which I enjoyed on top of the analyzed amento. Make it happen ched
    EXACTLY!!!

    Make it happen!!!
    Current Log: http://anabolicminds.com/forum/supplement-reviews-logs/304802-themovement-bringing-blitz

  22. Quote Originally Posted by chedapalooza View Post
    Stay tuned

    Make it happen, The fat burner Norcodrene gave me strong deep pumps.
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