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  • Does Phenibut Support a Healthy Libido? Top 3 Facts Explored

    Reading about Phenibut benefits on the internet, you are unlikely to see many articles referring to its ability to support a healthy libido. However, you ARE likely to come across numerous posts by Phenibut users about how they’ve noticed an increase in their libido.[1]

    In this article, we explore the top 3 ways that Phenibut may help to support a healthy libido.  It’s important to note that some people have reported experiencing a decreased libido after taking Phenibut. [2] However, this appears to be an exception rather than the norm. Let’s explore the possible Phenibut libido connection! Continue reading

  • Phenibut and Alcohol? Look After Your Health by Avoiding this Combination!

    People on the internet are increasingly wondering about Phenibut and alcohol, and whether or not the two substances can/should be used together. In this article, we explore the reasons why most Phenibut vendors explicitly state that the two should not be used together – as well as looking into some other substances to avoid when taking Phenibut.

    From a health perspective, Phenibut itself is remarkably safe when used properly. It is a great dietary supplement for improving mood, reducing stress, promoting relaxation, and helping to promote healthy sleep. Many people swear by Phenibut’s beneficial effects – including the staff members at LiftMode! Continue reading

  • Do you have a Phenibut Addiction? The Nature of Dependence

    In this article, we discuss the nature of Phenibut dependence and Phenibut addiction. Although Phenibut is sold as a dietary supplement, it is a powerful substance and needs to be taken in an informed and responsible way, with due respect for its potentially strong effects. Unfortunately, many companies do not provide adequate information for their customers to use Phenibut properly.

    It’s important to be aware of the risk of Phenibut tolerance, especially if you find yourself consuming higher than recommended serving sizes of Phenibut or taking it more frequently than instructed. It is also critical to have an understanding of how physical dependency and addiction works to assess the risks of consuming Phenibut. There is an important difference between physical dependence and addiction – the former being the a physiological side effect of substance abuse and the latter being an underlying psychological disorder which can manifest itself in the form of substance abuse but also in the form of other harmful addictive behaviors.

    Although Phenibut can be a uniquely valuable supplement when used as intended, it is also among the more powerful supplements and has the potential for misuse when not used as intended. Phenibut is not suitable for individuals who have experienced physical dependency on a substance, and must not be consumed above the recommended serving instructions. If you find yourself consuming Phenibut outside of the recommended serving guidance you should contact your doctor and cease taking Phenibut - in consultation with your doctor.

    Luckily, there are also some great Phenibut alternatives available, including a number of natural and plant-derived alternatives which can be taken safely on a daily basis. Continue reading

  • The Phenibut GABA Connection – What’s It All About?

    More and more people are asking about the Phenibut GABA connection. How does Phenibut affect your GABA receptors? What is GABA? If you’ve ever wondered about these questions, then this article has the answers for you.

    We’ve answered some of the top questions about Phenibut and GABA in a way that (we hope) is easy to understand and also informative. As people around the world are beginning to understand the potential benefits of Phenibut, so more and more people are wondering about how it actually works. Phenibut is a potent GABA agonist that promotes calm and relaxation. Continue reading

  • 4 Supplements That May Boost Pineal Gland functions (including Phenibut!)

    The word pineal comes from the Latin word pinea, which means ‘pinecone’. The shape and structure of the pineal gland represents a pine cone, which is how it got its name. This incredible small gland in the center of your brain is quite literally a ‘third-eye’.

    In this article, we explore the pineal gland and its functions. We also look into how it works and is able to detect extraocular light. We find how calcium and fluoride get deposited in the pineal gland in a process called mineralization. We also explore 4 supplements that may help improve pineal gland function. Continue reading

  • Phenibut and Health Supplements Users Alert: Learn About The Top Supplements Safety Aspects!

    Dietary supplements are often considered far safer than prescription medication. This is especially true for supplements that are derived from natural sources. However, there are adverse effects even with dietary supplements.

    For example, some people have experienced liver damage from overusing supplements containing green tea extract with other herbs.[1] Others develop a tolerance and addiction to Phenibut and suffer from horrible withdrawal symptoms when they stop.

    In this article, we’ll explain some of the most important safety aspects of using dietary supplements. We look into the safety of Phenibut and provide a short checklist for using supplements safely. Continue reading

  • Ultimate Top 20 Phenibut FAQ

    In this Ultimate Phenibut FAQ, we’ve tried to answer some of the top Phenibut questions that people ask! If you’ve ever wondered about how Phenibut works or how to take Phenibut, then this is the place to be!

    This article will explain some of the top things about how Phenibut works and how to take it for stress reduction and calming purposes. This top supplement was developed in Russia as an anti-stress compound and was included in the Russian cosmonautics kit during their missions to space. Read up on the Ultimate Phenibut FAQ! Continue reading

  • Phenibut FAA vs Phenibut HCl - What is the difference?

    If you’re reading this article you’ve probably already heard about the wonderful effects of phenibut. Maybe you’ve tried it yourself and are contemplating something new. If you’re not yet completely sure about what phenibut is, read through our Phenibut guide here.

    Phenibut FAA vs Phenibut Hcl Liftmode Phenibut F.A.A, 99.5% purity

     

    Phenibut comes in two forms. Phenibut F.A.A. is the free amino acid form of Phenibut. In other words, it's pure, free Phenibut without anything else. Phenibut HCL is the hydrochloride salt form of Phenibut, produced by reacting free Phenibut (the F.A.A. form) with hydrochloric acid.

     

    Almost all Phenibut offered on the market is Phenibut HCL.

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  • Is Phenibut Really Safe To Use? - 4 Things To Consider

    Is Phenibut bad for my body?

     

    Phenibut was developed by Russian scientists in the 1960s as an anti-anxiety and anti-stress substance for psychiatric children. It was later included in Russian astronaut’s standard medical kit in case of situations that were high-stress but that required the astronauts to be able to still function normally.

    Clinical studies have found that phenibut is definitely not bad for your body when used in normal doses. In fact, it is used to alleviate stress and feelings of anxiety while still allowing the user to function normally.[1]

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  • Why is Phenibut used for Sleep? - 4 Tips to Consider

    Phenibut has tranquilizing effects

     

    Phenibut is commonly prescribed for anxiety treatment and as a sleeping aid in Russia. It is not used as a medical substance in the West, but it can be bought as a supplement. Phenibut is known as a GABA-agonist and it specifically targets GABA-B receptors to achieve its effects, as well as stimulating dopamine production (increases mood).

    This is a very interesting mechanism and similar to the mode of action of many other anti-anxiety substances including benzodiazepines. At higher doses, phenibut is thought to also target GABA-A receptors – the same receptors that are targeted by alcohol.[1]

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