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  • 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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  • How long does Phenibut last?

    How long does it take to feel phenibut?

    According to experiences posted on Erowid.org, Phenibut usually takes around 60 to 90 minutes to feel the first effects. The full dose will usually only be felt around 2 hours after taking phenibut. This is backed up by user reviews on the internet. People are aware that phenibut has a fairly long onset time. The effects of phenibut also last quite long.[1]

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  • Can you use Phenibut to cure a hangover?

    Phenibut is commonly used as an effective anti-stress and anti-anxiety substance, and sometimes as a hangover cure. It is known to increase the user’s mood and to promote sociability. It can reduce feelings of pain and promotes a feeling of calmness and well-being. It has also been reported to have some nootropic properties, and a few studies have found that it is capable of providing the heart and brain with extra protection from harmful stresses, such as heat and lack of oxygen.[1]

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  • The Ultimate Phenibut Dosage Guide and How To Take It

    What Phenibut does

    Phenibut is a Russian Nootropic that is most commonly used for boosting mood, treating anxiety and helping to promote healthy sleep. Phenibut has a pretty complicated way that it interacts with the body, but interestingly, it is almost exactly the same way that alcohol works. In this article we will guide you to the right dosage for taking Phenibut. If you’d like to read more about it, we’d recommend reading our Phenibut article under the product description.

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  • So What Is Phenibut? - 5 Simple Facts For Newbies

    What is the history of Phenibut?

    Phenibut, with the chemical name β-Phenyl-γ-aminobutyric acid, is sometimes also called Noofen or Citrocard. It was originally developed in Russia at the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences. It is included in Russian astronauts’ medical kits as an anti-stress and anti-anxiety substance that can be taken without affecting performance[1].

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  • BLOG INTRO - IMPORTANCE OF PURITY

    What we’re all about

    This blog aims to share helpful information relating to body and mind dietary supplements, healthy lifestyles and the connection between the two. It delves a little into the new world of Nootropics, the science of supplements and physical health.

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