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  1. Adderall causes downregulation of dopamine. Reference: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2670101/ it states here. Bromantane is important because it will counter act this and fix this. Alot of people that are neurotypicals or healthy don't even notice a difference from bromantane. It is also reported by users that they don't get a tolerance on it. I am kinda over working on this and I am studying for the lstat right now. All I have to say is, that I am studying like how I was before...even when I was on adderall. Of course I don't get the stimulanted feeling. I personally thought adderall gave me tunnel vision and wished I could study without it. Now that I have a healthy body.. I am definetely studying but not for a long duration. I get over it in a couple of hours. Which is not a problem from the learning curve and all. Basically I am studying like everyone else. These drugs won't get approved. BPC 157, it woud be illogical for any company to fund a trial for something they can't make a profit from. Its a natural forming peptide. 9-Me-Bc is great but it will only fix someone with Parkinsons for a couple of weeks then the disease will take over and remain persistent. It won't sell at all. It is great for our case though. DIhexa is definitely the most 'dangerous' one. It has been picked up by the micheal j fox foundation for research. Dihexa is the only candidate that will ever get fda approved if it ever will.
  2. Thanks, I understand the risks. You have no clue what I went through and how low I got. I made great leaps of improvements the past two weeks. This isn't for everyone and I notice that now. However, it is for me and I have been really satisfied with the results. I just want to say that I came, I saw and left. Leave this behind me. I don't want to be one of those guys that says recovery is rough, I am barely recovering after 2 years. It is not a badge of honor or something to be proud of. Adderall helped destroy two good years of my youth that I will never get back. Why would I keep sacrificing my youth to this? I want my life back, I want myself back and I have been achieving that. Yes, I understand gobbling down a bunch of stuff blindly is not a good idea. It's not what I am doing. In all honestly, I could care less whether or not anyone follows anything on it but I made more improvements in 18 days using my plan than I did in 4 months. I also linked it a bunch of times because I really wished someone wrote one and I stumbled upon it a long time ago. In fact, if you were to ask me about two weeks ago about stims... I would had said I might give adderall another chance. Now, I won't even go near it. Having my neurochemistry working properly has effected my psychological need for adderall. Either or, I wish you the best in your recovery or methods. I respect your method of recovering and I am not saying your methods are old or outdated. In fact you can probably be recognized as a good influence to others trying to recover. You can tell them how hard recovery was, how much pain and sorrow you had also the time you lost for ever, so they can have something to relate to.
  3. What was your withdrawal like?

    No worries man. Wish you the best of luck. It's your body and your recovery. However, I did want to ask one thing. What was it exactly that you saw broken English? Lack of grammar skills? Lexicon? Or...? I wish to be an I.P. attorney and constructive criticism would be appreciated.
  4. https://www.reddit.com/r/researchchemicals/comments/acf8ze/amphetamine_recovery_bpc157_9mebc_dihexa/
  5. What was your withdrawal like?

    I have a similar experience. I have an IQ of 164. Adderall screwed me up. I could barely function and had every side effect you did. I barely could do anything. I felt like I went below 100 also. However there is still hope. Just consider this like an injury. You can still heal and recover. Here ya go: https://www.reddit.com/r/researchchemicals/comments/acf8ze/amphetamine_recovery_bpc157_9mebc_dihexa/
  6. Adderall Recovery Guide

    I put alot of work into this and want alot of people to get info. I wished I found this out a very long time ago.. https://www.reddit.com/r/researchchemicals/comments/acf8ze/amphetamine_recovery_bpc157_9mebc_dihexa/
  7. I been putting alot of work into this. Its been been working for me very rapidly. I wished I found this information a very long time ago. So I want to share. https://www.reddit.com/r/researchchemicals/comments/acf8ze/amphetamine_recovery_bpc157_9mebc_dihexa/
  8. Yeah, no you're right. I once relapsed and made go straight to a downfall for 6 months... I been looking for alternatives, like modafinil to try and get me what I enjoyed from adderall. Energy and focus\concentration. I am looking to make a stack that will give me the same effects I used from taking adderall. Then I am like why not just use adderall. Horrible idea. thank you guys for removing the nonsense from my head.
  9. Adderall, That little pill that made me feel invincible ruined my life. Gave me great pleasure, help lead me to my dreams then my downfall. I am now recovering with experimental drugs for parkinsons yet I still think of taking it again to feel that invincible rush that it first gave me. Yet I think of my downfall, depressed, nervous wreck, unable to feel pleasure, paranoid freak. Then I think of the good times and how this time will be 'different'. I need to squash it, it wont be different and it will take me the position I was in. Do you guys have the same thoughts? Will they diminish or do you guys always ponder back on the good times and want the drug again?