Neurotransmitters MAXXING (curing depression and resetoring brain)

cocainecowboy

cocainecowboy

avi is ashild ringhus
Joined
Jul 18, 2019
Messages
7,990
Ok folks, tell you another secret, I don't care about bashing on this one, I know you won't believe me. But I DO WORK on this technologies and aging is my domain of study (I work here for 2 months only thou, but I know few things these people are talking about in the company ) , ok here you go :

Coffee destroys your skin and also ages your hair with ages. Now, keep drinking coffee :)
damn you know everything man
 
G

GeorgeMathew

Amateur
Joined
Sep 8, 2019
Messages
326
Take a look at this shill, he invented the bullet-proof sheep community and praises coffee like heaven, take a look at him :






This guy is the symbol of modern day concepts about anti-aging. This guy is the symbol of worldwide IQ in 2019, take a look at him and tell me how stupidity works.

 
cocainecowboy

cocainecowboy

avi is ashild ringhus
Joined
Jul 18, 2019
Messages
7,990
This guy is the symbol of modern day concepts about anti-aging. This guy is the symbol of worldwide IQ in 2019, take a look at him at him and tell me how stupidity works.
 
Bewusst

Bewusst

Break the rules
Joined
Aug 11, 2019
Messages
2,884
This guy is the symbol of modern day concepts about anti-aging. This guy is the symbol of worldwide IQ in 2019, take a look at him a̶̶t̶̶ ̶̶h̶̶i̶̶m̶ and tell me how stupidity works.
Quotes me wrong
 
7 rings

7 rings

Apprentice
Joined
Aug 21, 2019
Messages
235
Jfl if you think depression is caused by the actual receptors. It's a gut issue. Not a brain issue. 90% of serotonin and dopamine is made in the gut by the gut microbiome. Depression and anxiety aren't mental illnesses, they're the symptoms of an abnormal gut flora and a damaged gut.
i swear this site attracts the dumbest people. imagine drinking green tea will cure depression JFL
 
G

GeorgeMathew

Amateur
Joined
Sep 8, 2019
Messages
326
Just wait till you see testimonials on this. *relaxed on beach atm laughing*
 
SeiGun

SeiGun

50% Ascended
Joined
Jan 13, 2019
Messages
3,214
not believing this until users here tried and posted result
 
X

x30001

Banned
Joined
Jan 9, 2019
Messages
3,340
@MentalCel and @GeorgeMathew both make sense. Personality can really be altered if you alter your gut. There is a proven link between the gut and brain. Certain microbes are needed for producing GABA and dopamine too. And as most people know, 90%+ of serotonin is in the gut. Serotonin and Dopamine are probably the 2 most important things for depression. Serotonin for being able to tolerate stress and Dopamine for motivation. Funny how foods involved in the carnivore diet are the foods highest in Tryptophan, a Serotonin precursor. Diet alterations can and do promote positive gut flora, but the carnivore diet also aids in Serotoninergic processes. It's gonna be too complex to get into every nuance concerning brain health. GABA is more to do with anxiety/lack there-of.

It's really weird but the gut microbes involved in creating actual Serotonin may actually need to be the ones you'd ought to keep a lower balance of. These include: Candida, Streptococcus, Escherichia and Enterococcus. It is VERY VERY difficult to actually become unable to make enough serotonin in the gut, the difficulties with Serotonin lies in the brain syntheses processes, which Niacin (Vitamin B3) and foods high in Typtophan can aid in. The microbes you want a high concentration of in your gut are the ones involved in making GABA: Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium; and Dopamine: Bacillus and Serratia. If you have a higher concentration of the Serotonin producing microbes, it's just a foregone benefit since you really don't need a lot of them, since Serotonin production is very easy whilst the actual synthesis is incredibly complex. SSRIs are made to sound simple. Doctors say: They prevent the synapses in the neurons from reuptaking Serotonin, leaving your brain with more circulating Serotonin. That's a simple explanation which may be true, but it's not a cast-iron answer as to why it should cure your depression. On the flipside, SSREs (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Enhancers) like Tianeptine, which is a Tricyclic Antidepressant, is noticeably more helpful for feelings of depression than SSRIs, even though both do the entirely opposite thing.

So, optimizing gut-flora can change a lot of things. And the brain processes involved with Dopamine and GABA are a lot simpler, studied and understood; while the Serotoninergic processes are still cloudy despite what we're being told by professionals. So if Serotonin is easy to make, not needed in abundance since we're concerned about it's function in our brain rather than producing too much only to not be used in the brain and stay around in the gut, it's better to focus on producing more GABA and Dopamine as a sort of wise opportunity cost, as we are more sure that all the GABA and Dopamine will reach the brain, and hopefully be synthesized efficiently.

About the green tea and curcumin. They're both unique anti-oxidants. Firstly, anti-oxidants can help people with depression induced by under-methylation. All anti-oxidants are electron donors and help form more methyl groups for our body to use. And fortunately, drugs/(vitamins), Niacin(B3) particularly is one of the only known compounds to aid in brain Serotonin synthesis, and it consumes a lot of methyl groups. Curcumin also has some interesting properties that increases BDNF (Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor). The green tea contains a very powerful anti-oxidant called Epigallocatechin Gallate, which is a form of Gallic Acid. Not only is it an electron donor which helps create more methyl groups; it also can promote mitochondrial biogenesis and neurogenesis (creation of new brain cells) through the deacetylated PGC1 alpha pathway.

1570029344709.png


Niacin is one of the only things proven to help metabolize Serotonin in the brain. But if you take too much Niacin you'll eat up your methyl groups. MSM+Niacin is a powerful combo, along with consumption of polyphenols or anything that can work as an electron donor.

I think understanding the process of mitochondrial biogenesis through PGC1a offers a huge help when it comes to looksmaxing.
 
Last edited:
Effortless

Effortless

League Of My Own
Joined
Aug 29, 2019
Messages
880
Ok, back from work.

1. Don't drink decaffeinated, that's just wrong. Keep the natural in natural. It has low caffeine anyways. No fap does nothing.

On topic :

Dosage :

In my country you can find green tea measurable by grams, not by packages or something. Just boil let's say a full fist of leaves (it's how you can find the best green tea, dried leaves) for 5 - 6 mins, a full fist would be as much as you can grasp with one hand. Yep, it's how I measure it. Old ways, I know. Boil it and then after those 5 - 6 mins mix after you can reach a drinkable temperature (cooldown) drink it all or mix it with 1 L water and drink it all.

The next day in the morning take turmeric (powder form) it's cheap, 2 table spoons mixed with water. Same in the mid-day. Same before sleep in the evening. That means 6 TS.


Do this each monday or friday, or whatever 1 day per week you find.

Then please do post results here. Avoid coffee during this treatment and other stimulants, avoid alcohol totally.
"keep the natural in natural"
Just because it's natural doesn't mean its better.

Also No FAP works especially energy maxxing.
 
Mayorga

Mayorga

Instructor
Joined
Sep 14, 2019
Messages
507
On the flipside, SSREs (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Enhancers) like Tianeptine, which is a Tricyclic Antidepressant, is noticeably more helpful for feelings of depression than SSRIs, even though both do the entirely opposite thing.
Great post as expected, but this part is debatable. From what I've read on it, Tianeptines anti-depressant activity is due to it being a glutamatergic modulator as well as possessing μ-opioid-agonistic qualities. It has been shown not to alter the extracellular serotonin levels in rats IIRC. It's a very interesting molecule really.

It's a fascinating topic overall, but so fucking complex at the same time and given our limited knowledge, I feel kinda apathetic and skeptical towards it.
 
X

x30001

Banned
Joined
Jan 9, 2019
Messages
3,340
Great post as expected, but this part is debatable. From what I've read on it, Tianeptines anti-depressant activity is due to it being a glutamatergic modulator as well as possessing μ-opioid-agonistic qualities. It has been shown not to alter the extracellular serotonin levels in rats IIRC. It's a very interesting molecule really.

It's a fascinating topic overall, but so fucking complex at the same time and given our limited knowledge, I feel kinda apathetic and skeptical towards it.
Yeah I feel the same man. Idk whether to be scared, apathetic or excited about all this shit. As for Tianeptine being an SSRE; I've seen lots of places that it's supposed to be a mew opioid receptor agonist as well as being an SSRE. I think it's prescribed in France as "Stablon" but yeah, I couldn't explain how an "SSRE" would work properly and the anti-depressive effects of it could probably be totally attributed to the opioid receptor agonism and what it does with glutamate. I've actually taken tianeptine once and OD'd on it. That experience is the main reason why I'm so against people looking to take GHB, phenibut etc to self medicate. Because it was a scary experience and very stupid. It's really a mystery how serotonin properly works in the brain. Never taken MDMA but that's supposed to create a serotonin frenzy. Nobody really knows the mechanism though. *Maybe* micro dosing it could actually prove to be therapeutic in the future. Ketamine was already passed as a medication due to its antagonistic effects on the NMDA receptors.

I was getting a bit ahead of myself tbh. I don't really know how to change the ratio of different microbes in my gut so my ideas aren't really applicable. I definitely feel better since taking niacin daily though. Also thanks for being one of the only insightful members on here :)
 
Mayorga

Mayorga

Instructor
Joined
Sep 14, 2019
Messages
507
I definitely feel better since taking niacin daily though
How much do you take? I have a supp that has 36mg which is supposedly 226% of the RDA.
 
IWantToMax

IWantToMax

I'm getting to 99.99% tier
Joined
Sep 25, 2019
Messages
1,943
"keep the natural in natural"
Just because it's natural doesn't mean its better.

Also No FAP works especially energy maxxing.
No fap works in the short term. Long term abstention from fapping impacts your hormones negatively
 
bonecel

bonecel

No cope zone
Joined
Jan 1, 2019
Messages
126
An NTmaxxing theory without evidence is like a looksmaxxing theory without pics.
 
Dogs

Dogs

Zephir
Joined
Jul 14, 2019
Messages
5,138
Jfl if you think depression is caused by the actual receptors. It's a gut issue. Not a brain issue. 90% of serotonin and dopamine is made in the gut by the gut microbiome. Depression and anxiety aren't mental illnesses, they're the symptoms of an abnormal gut flora and a damaged gut.
Think this is true tbh.
Ok folks, tell you another secret, I don't care about bashing on this one, I know you won't believe me. But I DO WORK on this technologies and aging is my domain of study (I work here for 2 months only thou, but I know few things these people are talking about in the company ) , ok here you go :

Coffee destroys your skin and also ages your hair with ages. Now, keep drinking coffee :)
Coffee or caffeine bitch?
 
G

GeorgeMathew

Amateur
Joined
Sep 8, 2019
Messages
326
Try my regimen. It cannot hurt.

Come back after 1 month or 2 months with feedback here please, also don t consume alcohol or drugs in this time, do exactly what I said 1 time per week.

All the best
 
R

Rochefort6

Trainee
Joined
Nov 5, 2019
Messages
34
Try my regimen. It cannot hurt.

Come back after 1 month or 2 months with feedback here please, also don t consume alcohol or drugs in this time, do exactly what I said 1 time per week.

All the best
Thanks for the advice, I will try it out but I have some questions. Green teas are brewed differently and for different durations. Gyokuro is the best imo, how would you recommend I brew it?

How is an overdose supposed to feel? I overdose on Gyokuro practically every day (when I can afford it) and I FEEL AMAZING but the effects get weaker everyday. Is that the reason you suggest only to overdose once per week?

Out of curiosity, could explain your reasoning as to why the steps work? I take green tea and tumeric anyway so I'm already aware of there benefits :)

THANKS AGAIN!
I'm taking like 1000-1500mg of the Nicotinic Acid form :feelsahh:
THANKS, I will try this :O
@MentalCel and @GeorgeMathew both make sense. Personality can really be altered if you alter your gut. There is a proven link between the gut and brain. Certain microbes are needed for producing GABA and dopamine too. And as most people know, 90%+ of serotonin is in the gut. Serotonin and Dopamine are probably the 2 most important things for depression. Serotonin for being able to tolerate stress and Dopamine for motivation. Funny how foods involved in the carnivore diet are the foods highest in Tryptophan, a Serotonin precursor. Diet alterations can and do promote positive gut flora, but the carnivore diet also aids in Serotoninergic processes. It's gonna be too complex to get into every nuance concerning brain health. GABA is more to do with anxiety/lack there-of.

It's really weird but the gut microbes involved in creating actual Serotonin may actually need to be the ones you'd ought to keep a lower balance of. These include: Candida, Streptococcus, Escherichia and Enterococcus. It is VERY VERY difficult to actually become unable to make enough serotonin in the gut, the difficulties with Serotonin lies in the brain syntheses processes, which Niacin (Vitamin B3) and foods high in Typtophan can aid in. The microbes you want a high concentration of in your gut are the ones involved in making GABA: Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium; and Dopamine: Bacillus and Serratia. If you have a higher concentration of the Serotonin producing microbes, it's just a foregone benefit since you really don't need a lot of them, since Serotonin production is very easy whilst the actual synthesis is incredibly complex. SSRIs are made to sound simple. Doctors say: They prevent the synapses in the neurons from reuptaking Serotonin, leaving your brain with more circulating Serotonin. That's a simple explanation which may be true, but it's not a cast-iron answer as to why it should cure your depression. On the flipside, SSREs (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Enhancers) like Tianeptine, which is a Tricyclic Antidepressant, is noticeably more helpful for feelings of depression than SSRIs, even though both do the entirely opposite thing.

So, optimizing gut-flora can change a lot of things. And the brain processes involved with Dopamine and GABA are a lot simpler, studied and understood; while the Serotoninergic processes are still cloudy despite what we're being told by professionals. So if Serotonin is easy to make, not needed in abundance since we're concerned about it's function in our brain rather than producing too much only to not be used in the brain and stay around in the gut, it's better to focus on producing more GABA and Dopamine as a sort of wise opportunity cost, as we are more sure that all the GABA and Dopamine will reach the brain, and hopefully be synthesized efficiently.

About the green tea and curcumin. They're both unique anti-oxidants. Firstly, anti-oxidants can help people with depression induced by under-methylation. All anti-oxidants are electron donors and help form more methyl groups for our body to use. And fortunately, drugs/(vitamins), Niacin(B3) particularly is one of the only known compounds to aid in brain Serotonin synthesis, and it consumes a lot of methyl groups. Curcumin also has some interesting properties that increases BDNF (Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor). The green tea contains a very powerful anti-oxidant called Epigallocatechin Gallate, which is a form of Gallic Acid. Not only is it an electron donor which helps create more methyl groups; it also can promote mitochondrial biogenesis and neurogenesis (creation of new brain cells) through the deacetylated PGC1 alpha pathway.

View attachment 126233

Niacin is one of the only things proven to help metabolize Serotonin in the brain. But if you take too much Niacin you'll eat up your methyl groups. MSM+Niacin is a powerful combo, along with consumption of polyphenols or anything that can work as an electron donor.

I think understanding the process of mitochondrial biogenesis through PGC1a offers a huge help when it comes to looksmaxing.
You seem very self-aware and insightful. Thank you for sharing your knowledge!

Do you reccomend any foods or lifestyle changes in particular for a healthy gut transformation?

I already feel I have produce too much serotonin. I love meat and coincidently high typtophan foods, but I get extremely sleepy after I eat. When i don't eat I'm blasting with dopamine. Your diagnosis? ;)

THANKS AGAIN :)
 
Last edited:
Deusmaximus

Deusmaximus

Erudite
Joined
Mar 11, 2019
Messages
1,038
My depression is made by the hypergamous dating market, and the fact that i have a recessed lower third. My body and hormones are telling me everyday: „you need to reproduce with these sexy foids that youre attracted to“. But my shit genetics are stopping me. Simply because my mother choose the wrong dad.
Any supplement maxxig would not cause the root of all evil.
 
R

Rochefort6

Trainee
Joined
Nov 5, 2019
Messages
34
@MentalCel and @GeorgeMathew both make sense. Personality can really be altered if you alter your gut. There is a proven link between the gut and brain. Certain microbes are needed for producing GABA and dopamine too. And as most people know, 90%+ of serotonin is in the gut. Serotonin and Dopamine are probably the 2 most important things for depression. Serotonin for being able to tolerate stress and Dopamine for motivation. Funny how foods involved in the carnivore diet are the foods highest in Tryptophan, a Serotonin precursor. Diet alterations can and do promote positive gut flora, but the carnivore diet also aids in Serotoninergic processes. It's gonna be too complex to get into every nuance concerning brain health. GABA is more to do with anxiety/lack there-of.

It's really weird but the gut microbes involved in creating actual Serotonin may actually need to be the ones you'd ought to keep a lower balance of. These include: Candida, Streptococcus, Escherichia and Enterococcus. It is VERY VERY difficult to actually become unable to make enough serotonin in the gut, the difficulties with Serotonin lies in the brain syntheses processes, which Niacin (Vitamin B3) and foods high in Typtophan can aid in. The microbes you want a high concentration of in your gut are the ones involved in making GABA: Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium; and Dopamine: Bacillus and Serratia. If you have a higher concentration of the Serotonin producing microbes, it's just a foregone benefit since you really don't need a lot of them, since Serotonin production is very easy whilst the actual synthesis is incredibly complex. SSRIs are made to sound simple. Doctors say: They prevent the synapses in the neurons from reuptaking Serotonin, leaving your brain with more circulating Serotonin. That's a simple explanation which may be true, but it's not a cast-iron answer as to why it should cure your depression. On the flipside, SSREs (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Enhancers) like Tianeptine, which is a Tricyclic Antidepressant, is noticeably more helpful for feelings of depression than SSRIs, even though both do the entirely opposite thing.

So, optimizing gut-flora can change a lot of things. And the brain processes involved with Dopamine and GABA are a lot simpler, studied and understood; while the Serotoninergic processes are still cloudy despite what we're being told by professionals. So if Serotonin is easy to make, not needed in abundance since we're concerned about it's function in our brain rather than producing too much only to not be used in the brain and stay around in the gut, it's better to focus on producing more GABA and Dopamine as a sort of wise opportunity cost, as we are more sure that all the GABA and Dopamine will reach the brain, and hopefully be synthesized efficiently.

About the green tea and curcumin. They're both unique anti-oxidants. Firstly, anti-oxidants can help people with depression induced by under-methylation. All anti-oxidants are electron donors and help form more methyl groups for our body to use. And fortunately, drugs/(vitamins), Niacin(B3) particularly is one of the only known compounds to aid in brain Serotonin synthesis, and it consumes a lot of methyl groups. Curcumin also has some interesting properties that increases BDNF (Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor). The green tea contains a very powerful anti-oxidant called Epigallocatechin Gallate, which is a form of Gallic Acid. Not only is it an electron donor which helps create more methyl groups; it also can promote mitochondrial biogenesis and neurogenesis (creation of new brain cells) through the deacetylated PGC1 alpha pathway.

View attachment 126233

Niacin is one of the only things proven to help metabolize Serotonin in the brain. But if you take too much Niacin you'll eat up your methyl groups. MSM+Niacin is a powerful combo, along with consumption of polyphenols or anything that can work as an electron donor.

I think understanding the process of mitochondrial biogenesis through PGC1a offers a huge help when it comes to looksmaxing.
Serotonin doesnt cross the BBB, so that produced in the gut will not get in the brain. The gut serotonin and the brain serotonin have distinct functions.
 
Syobevoli

Syobevoli

Elementalist
Joined
Sep 8, 2018
Messages
800
Why are people here talking about gut biome lmao. This is the biggest bs I have read today.

I am depressed because I was bullied and rejected by my peers aswell as my parents throughout my youth. How did this shit affect my gut? It doesn't.

Depression is in the brain where your traumatic memories are and the detrimental effects they have on your brain development.

There are literally dozens of studies that show that the brains of depressed people work different, see:

Our results are consistent with previous findings of structural abnormalities of amygdala and hippocampus in subjects with recent-onset major depression. It may be suggested that the size of the amygdala is enlarged in the first years of the disorder, and may decrease with prolonged disorder duration.
and a dozen others that are 1 google search away.
 
Cope

Cope

Keep crying for me
Joined
Apr 7, 2019
Messages
178
@MentalCel and @GeorgeMathew both make sense. Personality can really be altered if you alter your gut. There is a proven link between the gut and brain. Certain microbes are needed for producing GABA and dopamine too. And as most people know, 90%+ of serotonin is in the gut. Serotonin and Dopamine are probably the 2 most important things for depression. Serotonin for being able to tolerate stress and Dopamine for motivation. Funny how foods involved in the carnivore diet are the foods highest in Tryptophan, a Serotonin precursor. Diet alterations can and do promote positive gut flora, but the carnivore diet also aids in Serotoninergic processes. It's gonna be too complex to get into every nuance concerning brain health. GABA is more to do with anxiety/lack there-of.

It's really weird but the gut microbes involved in creating actual Serotonin may actually need to be the ones you'd ought to keep a lower balance of. These include: Candida, Streptococcus, Escherichia and Enterococcus. It is VERY VERY difficult to actually become unable to make enough serotonin in the gut, the difficulties with Serotonin lies in the brain syntheses processes, which Niacin (Vitamin B3) and foods high in Typtophan can aid in. The microbes you want a high concentration of in your gut are the ones involved in making GABA: Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium; and Dopamine: Bacillus and Serratia. If you have a higher concentration of the Serotonin producing microbes, it's just a foregone benefit since you really don't need a lot of them, since Serotonin production is very easy whilst the actual synthesis is incredibly complex. SSRIs are made to sound simple. Doctors say: They prevent the synapses in the neurons from reuptaking Serotonin, leaving your brain with more circulating Serotonin. That's a simple explanation which may be true, but it's not a cast-iron answer as to why it should cure your depression. On the flipside, SSREs (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Enhancers) like Tianeptine, which is a Tricyclic Antidepressant, is noticeably more helpful for feelings of depression than SSRIs, even though both do the entirely opposite thing.

So, optimizing gut-flora can change a lot of things. And the brain processes involved with Dopamine and GABA are a lot simpler, studied and understood; while the Serotoninergic processes are still cloudy despite what we're being told by professionals. So if Serotonin is easy to make, not needed in abundance since we're concerned about it's function in our brain rather than producing too much only to not be used in the brain and stay around in the gut, it's better to focus on producing more GABA and Dopamine as a sort of wise opportunity cost, as we are more sure that all the GABA and Dopamine will reach the brain, and hopefully be synthesized efficiently.

About the green tea and curcumin. They're both unique anti-oxidants. Firstly, anti-oxidants can help people with depression induced by under-methylation. All anti-oxidants are electron donors and help form more methyl groups for our body to use. And fortunately, drugs/(vitamins), Niacin(B3) particularly is one of the only known compounds to aid in brain Serotonin synthesis, and it consumes a lot of methyl groups. Curcumin also has some interesting properties that increases BDNF (Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor). The green tea contains a very powerful anti-oxidant called Epigallocatechin Gallate, which is a form of Gallic Acid. Not only is it an electron donor which helps create more methyl groups; it also can promote mitochondrial biogenesis and neurogenesis (creation of new brain cells) through the deacetylated PGC1 alpha pathway.

View attachment 126233

Niacin is one of the only things proven to help metabolize Serotonin in the brain. But if you take too much Niacin you'll eat up your methyl groups. MSM+Niacin is a powerful combo, along with consumption of polyphenols or anything that can work as an electron donor.

I think understanding the process of mitochondrial biogenesis through PGC1a offers a huge help when it comes to looksmaxing.
Very underrated post by @x30001. Niacin is synthesized via the kynurenine pathway (KP). If someone is diagnosed with depression, the shunt of tryptophan from serotonin synthesis to kynurenine formation is responsible for this resulting in an unbalanced KP. If dosed correctly, niacin can fix this. Higher levels of tryptophan in the hippocampus and midbrain promote neurogenesis and improvement of anxiety.

I just started Niacin a few days ago and I have noticed that I am more calm and levelheaded, something that Ashwagandha KSM-66 and L-Theanine failed to do. Niacin might be one of the best looksmaxxing/lifemaxxing supplements out there, not only for the psychological benefits but also because of the flush that gives your skin a reddish, glowing tint which is ideal to use before going on a date with your oneitis.
 
Mayorga

Mayorga

Instructor
Joined
Sep 14, 2019
Messages
507
Serotonin doesnt cross the BBB
I remember reading that serotonin can be transported from the blood into brain endothelial cells via SERT, but I might be mistaken.
 
Chintuck22

Chintuck22

Bloomer (It will be better).
Joined
May 16, 2019
Messages
980
I want to share this secret with you guys, I know lots of secrets that most of you don't, I've been called a troll for many times around here, but I am not a troll.

This time for example I'll share with you a very rare secret, I do this because, well, let's say to prove I'm not a troll.

So most of you don't know that your brains are rewired to faulty patterns, by the things you've done in the last years, most of you are in severe depression and don't even know it because you cannot measure neurotransmitters levels and status, take a listen :

1. Overdose green tea 1 day per week. Take like, a full bowl of green tea and after boiling it drink it
2. Next day in the morning take turmeric powder, then take again at mid-day and at night, be it 1-2 spoons
3. Don't drink coffee at all

Do this for 1-2 months and your brain will slowly recover for what you've done. Listen, the effects will not start after 1-2 months but after 1-2 days. You will see again how it is to have a normal neurotransmitter function, because 80% of planet doesn't in this moment.

You will no longer need drugs and antidepressants. have fun
I JUST WATCHED ADAPTOGENS VIDEO, AND SAW THIS THREAT, WHAT A DEJA VU
 
G

GeorgeMathew

Amateur
Joined
Sep 8, 2019
Messages
326
Simply because my mother choose the wrong dad.
Bullshit. Retarded. And cowardly + irresponsible for your life.

Your dad has nothing to do with you. My dad is 2,02 m and I am short. Because of stress during teen days. I know guys who look like their grand grand parents and not like their parents, it depends what your DNA will pick from your family pool . Stop blaming your dad. Also stop blaming your looks on your slay count if your personality sounds like shit. I refused a 1,95 model and I am around 1,70, and I am not rich. It's all an alpha mindset that can give you ANYTHING if you can work out those alpha skills. And I'm not trolling around.
2. Mineral Deficiency: The tannins in green tea can bind minerals like iron, reducing their absorption in the blood and hence, leading to a deficiency. However, this effect of green tea can be reduced by squeezing just a bit of lemon in your cup of green tea.

oi fuck off mate, is that even an article ? DEHYDRATION . LOL

Incredible side effects, I can die from chocolate too.
I JUST WATCHED ADAPTOGENS VIDEO, AND SAW THIS THREAT, WHAT A DEJA VU
link please.

So far no testimonial yet ? no one tried ?

L.E. : EVEN SO, LOWERING IRON IS what many crave to do regarding reversing aging, but I won't post here why and how. So This made me go overdose green tea as hell, lol. I plan on remaining like this looking forever. I love this !
 
Last edited:
R

Rochefort6

Trainee
Joined
Nov 5, 2019
Messages
34
Pretty rude? I’m actually doing what you suggested...

can you answer my questions?
Thanks for the advice, I will try it out but I have some questions. Green teas are brewed differently and for different durations. Gyokuro is the best imo, how would you recommend I brew it?

How is an overdose supposed to feel? I overdose on Gyokuro practically every day (when I can afford it) and I FEEL AMAZING but the effects get weaker everyday. Is that the reason you suggest only to overdose once per week?

Out of curiosity, could explain your reasoning as to why the steps work? I take green tea and tumeric anyway so I'm already aware of there benefits :)

THANKS AGAIN!
 
onnysk

onnysk

Arcanologist
Joined
Jan 4, 2019
Messages
1,650
You could have all the positive neurotransmitters in the world and still be depressed because you’re a 40 year old 5’4 balding low T facial development soy consumer.
well most here arent, most incels I know are average guys who have the emotional strength of a 12 yo girl
"I work in the domain" JFL at this retarded troll. If you worked in the domain you'd know this. Thousands of studies done on this proving me right. I literally have first hand experience on this on top of that.

what is your solution?
med diet?
 
LordNorwood

LordNorwood

Zephir
Joined
Oct 9, 2019
Messages
3,363
Very underrated post by @x30001. Niacin is synthesized via the kynurenine pathway (KP). If someone is diagnosed with depression, the shunt of tryptophan from serotonin synthesis to kynurenine formation is responsible for this resulting in an unbalanced KP. If dosed correctly, niacin can fix this. Higher levels of tryptophan in the hippocampus and midbrain promote neurogenesis and improvement of anxiety.

I just started Niacin a few days ago and I have noticed that I am more calm and levelheaded, something that Ashwagandha KSM-66 and L-Theanine failed to do. Niacin might be one of the best looksmaxxing/lifemaxxing supplements out there, not only for the psychological benefits but also because of the flush that gives your skin a reddish, glowing tint which is ideal to use before going on a date with your oneitis.
I think I recall reading something about Niacin being beneficial for hair loss too. Gonna get some for sure.
 
D

DoWhatYouCan

Adept
Joined
Nov 6, 2019
Messages
174
I did not post any theory, I won't ,because I work in a pharmaceutical industry based on new-tech.


What do you mean, what is your issue ?
Let's do this, all I posted above is natural, no risk.

Do the regimen and post here your results, you will be amazed on my words.
"I work at a pharma company". also "everything that is natural is safe hurr durr". cyanide is natural, does that make it safe?
 

Viewing This Thread (Looksmaxers: 0, Bluepilled: 1)

Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date
Leo0509 Looksmaxing 3
A Looksmaxing 6
W Looksmaxing 8
Top