Psycho-Babble Medication Thread 1101320

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Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe.

Posted by Lamdage22 on October 12, 2018, at 10:11:17

I took my last capsule on monday. When will this hell end and i have 1.5mg Vraylar at home.

Should i wait with it until i feel better? Im scared that the depression could be permanent.

 

Re: Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe.

Posted by Christ_empowered on October 12, 2018, at 17:03:19

In reply to Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe., posted by Lamdage22 on October 12, 2018, at 10:11:17

hi. there was a lady on mad in america who posted about her Orthomolecular experiences. She worked with a doctor. She wrote that she spent about 6 months detoxing, which I imagine would involve some mood issues (?). maybe that's it?

im not an expert. when I started Orthomolecular, I did a 6 month detox before transitioning into a more standard Orthomolecular protocol (plus extras, of course), so maybe that's why my experience has been different? I dunno.

 

Re: Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe. Lamdage22

Posted by MightyKondrian on October 12, 2018, at 17:38:51

In reply to Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe., posted by Lamdage22 on October 12, 2018, at 10:11:17

You could try B3 as nicotinic acid, the flush form instead.
Also are you using a slow release B3? This could possibly result in exessive levels.
I'm pretty sure that its recommended to take vit c along with megadosing B3. At least 3g daily.

Just thinking out load.

 

Re: Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe.

Posted by bleauberry on November 22, 2018, at 11:30:47

In reply to Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe., posted by Lamdage22 on October 12, 2018, at 10:11:17

Single-substance approaches from the herbal world or the supplement world just don't work well. We need the synergy of nature, the wide spectrum of all vitamins, not just concentrated on one or another.

Sensitivity to things like that, including paradoxical responses, are one of the best clues to stealth microbial colonies in the brain and/or leaky gut. The bad experience should be viewed as a clue that a detective can use, not as a failure.

 

Re: Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe.

Posted by Lamdage22 on November 22, 2018, at 12:47:13

In reply to Re: Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe., posted by bleauberry on November 22, 2018, at 11:30:47

I will not act on a "clue". I want to do proven things.

> Single-substance approaches from the herbal world or the supplement world just don't work well. We need the synergy of nature, the wide spectrum of all vitamins, not just concentrated on one or another.
>
> Sensitivity to things like that, including paradoxical responses, are one of the best clues to stealth microbial colonies in the brain and/or leaky gut. The bad experience should be viewed as a clue that a detective can use, not as a failure.

 

Re: Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe.

Posted by Lamdage22 on November 22, 2018, at 12:54:53

In reply to Re: Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe., posted by Lamdage22 on November 22, 2018, at 12:47:13

It might just as well simply make me ill.

 

Re: Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe.

Posted by Lamdage22 on November 22, 2018, at 13:04:37

In reply to Re: Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe., posted by Lamdage22 on November 22, 2018, at 12:54:53

I need proof. Then i will do something about it

 

Re: Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe.

Posted by Lamdage22 on November 22, 2018, at 13:12:18

In reply to Re: Niacinamide has resulted in depression. Severe., posted by Lamdage22 on November 22, 2018, at 12:54:53

I do have epstein-bar. I know that. And i frequent brothels so i might have catched a thing or two. I am interested in your viewpoint, but i need a little bit more than a clue.


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