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Re: GABA supplemtation, also a question for Larry

Posted by Michael Bell on April 29, 2003, at 0:06:22

In reply to Re: GABA supplemtation, also a question for Larry Caleb462, posted by Viridis on April 28, 2003, at 23:20:52

> I've tried Picamilon, and it does seem to have a mild relaxing effect -- nothing dramatic, but worth a try. I posted a link for a source in the U.S. here a while back, but was told this was inappropriate (I'm not sure why, since it seems to be easily available and I can't find any evidence that it's controlled; Dr. Bob seemed unclear on its status so was being cautious). Just do a search and you'll quickly find it.
> I like L-theanine -- for me, it has a mild relaxing/focusing effect, and it's used extensively in Japan for this purpose as a supplement. Some of the best prices are at It's definitely not controlled (it's abundant in tea), and a recent report even suggests that it boosts the immune system, although that seems fairly preliminary.
> Neither of these supplements will replace prescription meds for me, but they are promising adjuncts (try fish oil too).

Viridis -
out of curiousity, what was the condition you were using Picamilon to treat? ALso, how long did you try it for, and at what dosage? THanks!




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