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  • #1155693
    AvatarDigital-A
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    el – possibly may want to try some of these (doves and the exotix mainly) any chance of posting them?

    its just theres no head shops for miles around and wouldnt mind stayin of the chems for a few weeks …

    #1213099
    AvatarDigital-A
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    el – possibly may want to try some of these (doves and the exotix mainly) any chance of posting them?

    its just theres no head shops for miles around and wouldnt mind stayin of the chems for a few weeks …

    #1155682
    Avatarelretardo87
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    PM me and I’ll see what we can do.

    #1213087
    Avatarelretardo87
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    PM me and I’ll see what we can do.

    #1155683
    Avatarelretardo87
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    added a tone of more stuff including a whole new category which I’d love people to chip in and help with as I can’t try everything myself)

    #1213088
    Avatarelretardo87
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    added a tone of more stuff including a whole new category which I’d love people to chip in and help with as I can’t try everything myself)

    #1155696
    AvatarJonnyQuest
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    how much is that maca root cause i was well and truly caught high n dry the other weekend!

    #1213102
    AvatarJonnyQuest
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    how much is that maca root cause i was well and truly caught high n dry the other weekend!

    #1155684
    Avatarelretardo87
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    JonnyQuest wrote:
    how much is that maca root cause i was well and truly caught high n dry the other weekend!

    It depends where you get it from we do it for about £6 for 150g I think. Its my missus’ birthday today so I thought I’d test some last night to make sure its compatable with me and fuckin hell it works….at about 4am I decided if I wasn’t asleep in the next 40mins I was gona get a taxi down to her house to sort myself out then a taxi home to bed. :laugh_at:

    #1213089
    Avatarelretardo87
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    JonnyQuest wrote:
    how much is that maca root cause i was well and truly caught high n dry the other weekend!

    It depends where you get it from we do it for about £6 for 150g I think. Its my missus’ birthday today so I thought I’d test some last night to make sure its compatable with me and fuckin hell it works….at about 4am I decided if I wasn’t asleep in the next 40mins I was gona get a taxi down to her house to sort myself out then a taxi home to bed. :laugh_at:

    #1155692
    AvatarRaj
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    elretardo87 wrote:
    I duno how much you are paying for them but I can make them up for you fresh and ~£20 could get you 600ish of them. Exactly the same composition as is on the guys site

    :weee::weee:

    Sounds wicked – count me in please :bounce_fl

    #1213098
    AvatarRaj
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    elretardo87 wrote:
    I duno how much you are paying for them but I can make them up for you fresh and ~£20 could get you 600ish of them. Exactly the same composition as is on the guys site

    :weee::weee:

    Sounds wicked – count me in please :bounce_fl

    #1155685
    Avatarelretardo87
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    I’m gona make up a test batch at work on monday and I’ll use you as the guinea pig when I’m done.

    #1213090
    Avatarelretardo87
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    I’m gona make up a test batch at work on monday and I’ll use you as the guinea pig when I’m done.

    #1155673
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
    Moderator

    does maca root have a side effect that you turn into a scouser and then you write twee commercial pop songs about frogs etc, then you get with a one legged horse-face bint who rinses you for half your cash?

    sorry :laugh_at:

    #1213077
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    does maca root have a side effect that you turn into a scouser and then you write twee commercial pop songs about frogs etc, then you get with a one legged horse-face bint who rinses you for half your cash?

    sorry :laugh_at:

    #1155675
    AvatarAcidfairy
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    General Lighting wrote:
    does maca root have a side effect that you turn into a scouser and then you write twee commercial pop songs about frogs etc, then you get with a one legged horse-face bint who rinses you for half your cash?

    sorry :laugh_at:

    :laugh_at::laugh_at::laugh_at::laugh_at::laugh_at:

    #1213079
    AvatarAcidfairy
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    General Lighting wrote:
    does maca root have a side effect that you turn into a scouser and then you write twee commercial pop songs about frogs etc, then you get with a one legged horse-face bint who rinses you for half your cash?

    sorry :laugh_at:

    :laugh_at::laugh_at::laugh_at::laugh_at::laugh_at:

    #1155686
    Avatarelretardo87
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    Raj wrote:
    Can recommend the following:

    Sleep factors [by Michael’s Naturopathic programs] which contain several things and resulted in the best night’s sleep away from home I have ever had :love:

    They werent the cheapest thing on the shelf but most of the others I have tried at some point and they didnt work as well.

    I got mine from the Jan de Vries shop in Edinburgh but I am sure other places stock them.

    Just did a wee bit extra research into them….they aren’t very natural at all.

    Quote:
    Niacin (as Niacinamide)…20 mg
    Biotin…100 mcg
    Calcium
    (as Calcium Amino Acid Chelate)…500 mg
    Magnesium
    (as Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate)…500 mg

    Inositol…200 mg
    Passionflower (Leaf and Flower)
    (Passiflora incarnata) …200 mg
    Blue Vervain (Aerial Parts)
    (Verbena hastata) …200 mg
    Hops Flower (Humulus lupulus) …100 mg
    Valerian Root
    (Valeriana officinalis) …100 mg
    Wild Lettuce (Leaf)
    (Lactuca quercina) 100 mg

    Dicalcium Phosphate, Magnesium Stearate and Stearic Acid.

    To replace the Niacin I would probably replace that with either a small quantity of brewers yeast or kill two birds with one stone and replace the magnesium sterate (the filler chemical) with a small ammount of wholegrain flower for the vitamin B3.

    To replace the biotin I’d probably go for ground oatmeal for the vitamin H/B7 (same thing)

    I think raspberry leaf has a high concentration of calcium, which is a bit more natural than Calcium Amino Acid Chelate.

    The magnesium could be found from wheat germ.

    Inositol I’d replace with griffonia extract as I’m assuming they are aiming at the serotonin boosting qualities and not the cytoskeleton development associated with insitol.

    I’d probably, if I had any extra space grind a wee bit o’ bee pollen and spirulina just for that added repleneshment of all those nutrients caned during the day.

    Anyway I’ll experiment on Monday and I can make up a pile of different mixes for you to try. I love doing this as its a great learning experience for me. I don’t like prescription drugs as the companies are all bastards so I want to learn what I can about how to avoid them.

    #1213091
    Avatarelretardo87
    Participant
    Raj wrote:
    Can recommend the following:

    Sleep factors [by Michael’s Naturopathic programs] which contain several things and resulted in the best night’s sleep away from home I have ever had :love:

    They werent the cheapest thing on the shelf but most of the others I have tried at some point and they didnt work as well.

    I got mine from the Jan de Vries shop in Edinburgh but I am sure other places stock them.

    Just did a wee bit extra research into them….they aren’t very natural at all.

    Quote:
    Niacin (as Niacinamide)…20 mg
    Biotin…100 mcg
    Calcium
    (as Calcium Amino Acid Chelate)…500 mg
    Magnesium
    (as Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate)…500 mg

    Inositol…200 mg
    Passionflower (Leaf and Flower)
    (Passiflora incarnata) …200 mg
    Blue Vervain (Aerial Parts)
    (Verbena hastata) …200 mg
    Hops Flower (Humulus lupulus) …100 mg
    Valerian Root
    (Valeriana officinalis) …100 mg
    Wild Lettuce (Leaf)
    (Lactuca quercina) 100 mg

    Dicalcium Phosphate, Magnesium Stearate and Stearic Acid.

    To replace the Niacin I would probably replace that with either a small quantity of brewers yeast or kill two birds with one stone and replace the magnesium sterate (the filler chemical) with a small ammount of wholegrain flower for the vitamin B3.

    To replace the biotin I’d probably go for ground oatmeal for the vitamin H/B7 (same thing)

    I think raspberry leaf has a high concentration of calcium, which is a bit more natural than Calcium Amino Acid Chelate.

    The magnesium could be found from wheat germ.

    Inositol I’d replace with griffonia extract as I’m assuming they are aiming at the serotonin boosting qualities and not the cytoskeleton development associated with insitol.

    I’d probably, if I had any extra space grind a wee bit o’ bee pollen and spirulina just for that added repleneshment of all those nutrients caned during the day.

    Anyway I’ll experiment on Monday and I can make up a pile of different mixes for you to try. I love doing this as its a great learning experience for me. I don’t like prescription drugs as the companies are all bastards so I want to learn what I can about how to avoid them.

    #1155687
    Avatarelretardo87
    Participant

    New things are in red now to save reading the whole thread.

    #1213092
    Avatarelretardo87
    Participant

    New things are in red now to save reading the whole thread.

    #1155688
    Avatarelretardo87
    Participant

    Added new Enjoi Hummers and Ace of Spades.

    #1213093
    Avatarelretardo87
    Participant

    Added new Enjoi Hummers and Ace of Spades.

    #1155697
    AvatarSatanic Steve
    Participant

    drugs are for people who never loved themselves because your brain is you, putting things in it is wrong, you’re ripping yourself apart, natural human awareness will always be the best thing for you.

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