Psycho-Babble Medication Thread 494387

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Salbutiamine-What is it?

Posted by The Resistance on May 6, 2005, at 4:16:25

Apparently this drug is a stimulent, but even on Google I can find virtualy no information.

Does anyone know anything about it?

 

Re: Salbutiamine-What is it? The Resistance

Posted by ed_uk on May 6, 2005, at 6:32:53

In reply to Salbutiamine-What is it?, posted by The Resistance on May 6, 2005, at 4:16:25

Hi!

AFAIK, sulbutiamine is a derivative of vitamin B1. It has been used in some parts of the world as a treatment for fatigue.

Regards,
Ed.

 

Re: Salbutiamine-What is it?

Posted by darkhorse on May 6, 2005, at 9:28:08

In reply to Re: Salbutiamine-What is it? The Resistance, posted by ed_uk on May 6, 2005, at 6:32:53

> Hi!
>
> AFAIK, sulbutiamine is a derivative of vitamin B1. It has been used in some parts of the world as a treatment for fatigue.
>
> Regards,
> Ed.


Also used as suppl. for Alchol detox.
Has a trade name of Arcalion in some places.
I have tried it a very long time ago,as it was recomended to help me concentrate and study...I do not remember what happened, but I think I just forgot about it..I think it is basically like taking Vitamine B.
DH

 

Re: Salbutiamine-What is it? darkhorse

Posted by ed_uk on May 6, 2005, at 9:47:37

In reply to Re: Salbutiamine-What is it?, posted by darkhorse on May 6, 2005, at 9:28:08

Hi DH,

How are you doing? I haven't seen you on p-babble for ages!

Ed.

 

Re: Salbutiamine-What is it? The Resistance

Posted by Chairman_MAO on May 6, 2005, at 10:36:59

In reply to Salbutiamine-What is it?, posted by The Resistance on May 6, 2005, at 4:16:25

I am pleased to say this B1 derivative actually works as advertised. It does help combat fatigue, increase concentration and endurance, etc. Really great if you're run down or exhausted, not very noticeable if you're already running on "all cylinders", so to speak. I believe in France they did a study showing it clearly augmented the effects of clomipramine in patients with major depression.

 

Re: Salbutiamine-What is it?

Posted by The Resistance on May 6, 2005, at 14:16:09

In reply to Re: Salbutiamine-What is it? The Resistance, posted by Chairman_MAO on May 6, 2005, at 10:36:59

> I am pleased to say this B1 derivative actually works as advertised. It does help combat fatigue, increase concentration and endurance, etc. Really great if you're run down or exhausted,

Mmmmmmmm Sound interesting
"run down or exhausted" that more or less describes me right now!

I guess its not suprising darkhorse didn't find it effective, its the same with any drug, some people do great on it others it doesn't work.

 

Re: Salbutiamine-What is it?

Posted by Phillipa on May 6, 2005, at 19:56:57

In reply to Re: Salbutiamine-What is it?, posted by The Resistance on May 6, 2005, at 14:16:09

So, if you're not sleeping well, not a good idea to take B1? Fondly, Phillipa

 

Re: Salbutiamine-What is it?

Posted by TenMan on May 6, 2005, at 22:47:18

In reply to Re: Salbutiamine-What is it?, posted by Phillipa on May 6, 2005, at 19:56:57

I have found sulbutiamine remarkably effective for my fatigue and it also greatly enhances my focus. I take 600mgs. every morning and have been doing this for about 4 months now and the effects for me personally have actually improved over time.

Good luck.

 

Re: Salbutiamine-What is it? TenMan

Posted by Chairman_MAO on May 7, 2005, at 12:56:06

In reply to Re: Salbutiamine-What is it?, posted by TenMan on May 6, 2005, at 22:47:18

> I have found sulbutiamine remarkably effective for my fatigue and it also greatly enhances my focus. I take 600mgs. every morning and have been doing this for about 4 months now and the effects for me personally have actually improved over time.
>
> Good luck.

The French study used 200mg tid, so that dose doesn't surprise me. :)

I've also heard that you can take it all in one big dose in the morning to help reset an errant sleep cycle. Have you found this to be true? I've been interested in that. I also do not have any normally-priced source of salbutiamine anymore; if I did, I would take it. It's really great stuff, and falls into that category of "supplements that work yet you will never find in a US health food store because it actually is capable of competing with FDA-approved drugs" or something like that. ;)

Where do you get yours?


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