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Re: Why isn't anyone using sceletium? Lamdage22

Posted by former poster on July 9, 2015, at 13:22:48

In reply to Re: Why isn't anyone using sceletium?, posted by Lamdage22 on July 9, 2015, at 9:25:06

I am trying kanna now. I was taking Sam-e with good results. I stopped the Sam-e, waited 1 day for it to wash out then started kannna.

I didn't want to post until I was sure I felt a response and not a placebo effect. I also wanted to see how coming off, withdrawal goes because
as you may have noticed in the past I have said positive things about a med before and changed my opinion 180 degrees about it in later posts. For example; modafanil seemed like a wonder drug for me until I stopped. Withdrawal from it was traumatic. Thought I was having a stroke. Topirimate was another one that worked good at first but when I stopped, felt horrific, like I was slipping into a coma.

Kanna is absolutely astonishing. Perhaps it is the best AD I have ever tried. Unlike pharmaceuticals, I feel energised but without the teeth gritting, hypomanic, impulsive effect some MAOI's and SSRI's cause. It's effect on social anxiety are astonishing. Maybe more effective than Nardil. Side effects so far: nausea, headache, transient anxiety after dosing which fades gradually. Libido and sexual function has increased off the charts, like I'm 30 years younger. Seems like it is the first time I had real sex in decades. My girlfriend has noticed a dramatic improvement and wants me to keep taking.

This is an extremely pro-social med. Seems to me it works by reversing anhedonia. Things that used to be a difficult, eg. working, walking, talking, driving, shopping, smiling, trying to make conversation, talking to people, all took an effort, causing some degree of discomfort. Sceletium makes it pleasurable, flowing. Unlike SSRI's, benzo's can cause rage, moodswings. Kanna makes my mood stable, carefree. I haven't noticed any psychedelic effects, however nature appears more beautiful, vibrant. Sitting still and listening to silence is somewhat pleasurable. I bought a magazine 2 months ago, tried to read it countless times. After starting kanna I read it front to back.
Interestingly, I find it more difficult to focus on television.

The scary thing is kanna research is so fragmented there are no studies on long term effects. Could it be big pharma knows kanna is the cure, abandoned the studies because their terrified of profit loss?




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