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    Hi,I was interested in taking some smart drugs,Wellbutrin being one of them.I was wondering if there are any side effects in taking them if you were in your 20\'s?

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    Wellbutrin\'s not a smart drug, that I know of. It\'s a prescription antidepressant also used to curb cravings, specifically for smoking cessation.


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    Whoops,I should have known better.Thanks Red.I am still interested in the Smart Drugs though.I guess Wellbutrin would help with stress since it\'s an anti-depressant,right?

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    Lots of stuff will help with stress.

    Probably better not to go to prescription drugs unless nothing else works.

    Do you want smart drugs for stress relief purposes?


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    SEX SEX and MORE SEX..best stress reliever out there..............

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    Aside from the aformentioned Sex, which is a great stress reducer. I feel that for a single person, nothing helps deal with stress better than a good cardiovascular workout routine. At least 1 hour a day 3 to 4 days a week. The \'high\' you get from the adrenaline will usually over-power any stress and depression you might have.

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    I agree with Ty, but an hour of intense cardio is tough to achieve or at least get yourself motivated to do 3-4 times a week. Try getting 25-45 minutes if at all possible, that works for me.

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    Hi Red,I mainly wanted to try Smart Drugs to remember things better and to stay sharp(or focus),but if it also helps with stress relief then that even better.

    Yes,I think sex is a great stress reliever,but I do agree with Tyberius about the 1 hour cardiovascular workout 3-4 days a week.I just have to set the time for it.Thanks Wolfe and Ty.
















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    You\'re right about that bivonic.I get tired out and sore easily sometimes.Especially since I push carts at my job 5 days a week for 8 hours(one of the worse things to do for a living.)

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    well, you guys go pump weights i\'ll go pump.er.n/m

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    I think this helps you focus better & remember things, ginko biloba or this product which I think is the same:

    http://www.ginkoba.com/

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    ck into EO\'s as well.many will help you in many ways, think i saw one that helps improve memory.
    you might find a EO that helps you and gives you a nice cover scent as well..cant beat that ya know [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    I\'m in my 20\'s and I have been taking smart drugs for months now. I take DMAE, vinpocetine and huperzine-a and also I sometimes take piracetam or hydergine and a few others.

    Get the book Smart Drugs and Nutrients by Ward Dean and John Morgenthaler. It tell a more complete story behind these drugs giving you the risk and benefits of these drugs.

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    Walter:Thanks for the tip Walter,I\'ll be sure to check out the book.

    bivonic:ginkoba,I forgot about this product,I\'ll have to try it out.Thanks.

    Wolfe:Not to sound dumb,but what\'s EO\'s?

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    Essential Oils was my guess.

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    Correct..many here think of the EO\'s as covers, and they make really good ones at that, however they have theraputic values for many many diff problems [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    don\'t just take Wellbutrin. That could mess with you if not prescribed.

    Amino acids, (e.g., l-tyrosine), OPC\'s, maca, ginseng, and caffeine containing herbs, etc. are better for experimenting.

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    I have taken smart drugs regularly for years including Piracetam, Hydergine, Lucidril and Vinpocetine. I highly recommend the \"Smart Drugs\" books Walter mentioned. Start with the original book. There is a part 2 and I hear a part 3 is on the way too. If you page back thru this forum, you will find a thread with the subject \"Lucidril\", which is now back on sale at Quality Health, by the way. That has some more info on smart drugs. I believe there is a USNET group dedicated to smart drugs.

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    Anyone tried Focus Factor - heard many ads. on the radio for this and curious if anyone has used this. And if so what were the results and what is in it exactly? Right now I sometimes use a supplement that combines Gingko Biloba and Vinpocetine (sp?) which definitely enhances memory big time. but supposedly this focus factor helps with exactly that, \"focus\" , something which I\'m always working on improving

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    www.focusfactor.com

    Looks interesting. The ingredients are listed and explained.

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    Just followed the link FTR thanks again.

    Beta Cartone - tried in the past as good results as gingko bilboa.

    The difference between these so called synthetic versions and natural versions is nonsense.

    Its got omegas and DHA which is good. Sounds like a lot of other similar products out there.
    Cant say much else except it should work ok.

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    Thanks for the link FTR. Will check it out but do hope I can also get some feedback from someone who\'s tried it to get a firsthand account of its effectiveness or lack thereof.

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    Well i have actually tried similar products in the past and they seem to work ok. As far as this one well i dunno but if it contains what it says it contains it should at least make u more alert which a small amount of gingko can do.

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    Looks like a good mix of stuff. I\'m partial to vinpocetine - love that stuff but it is best used in Intellectol from Spain. Use it sublingually for faster, more powerful results.

    The one thing in Focus Factor that I don\'t like is DMAE - it spins me up too much albeit some people love it.

    Just don\'t think that Focus Factor will replace hydergine!

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    If you\'re talking ADD focus the best is Masquelier\'s OPC\'s and tyrosine. I\'ve tried it all, and have seen a prominent ADD authority come independently to the same conclusion.

    Plus b-vits and EPA/DHA to enhance

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    Wellbutrin is often used for ADD, due to it\'s influence on dopamine, which plays a role. Amphetamines are still the preferred prescription treatment (and other stimulants)

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    Wolf>SEX SEX and MORE SEX..best stress reliever out there...... [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/smile.gif[/img] [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/smile.gif[/img] [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/smile.gif[/img] oh yeah hehehehe!!! No really any antidepresents can kill ya, most make things worse than they really are.. i sure wouldnt take them... alot of people really fall into a real bad hole when on antidepresents.. way to many people i know have gottin hurt or tried to kill them selfs on these drugs...

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    Another lot of people can barely get out of bed without them. Or self medicate with alcohol and really get themselves into trouble.

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    Interesting - never heard of hydergine, but if you figure it\'s better than Focus Factor I will research it and perhaps try it if it sounds okay. Thanks!

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