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Re: Tomatheus: Any recreational value? Lamdage22

Posted by Tomatheus on August 15, 2013, at 10:47:02

In reply to Tomatheus: Any recreational value? (nm), posted by Lamdage22 on August 15, 2013, at 10:02:07


I could see how sublingual oxytocin might conceivably have some recreational value, especially if one were to take more of it than I did. I don't remember the effects of the supplement lasting for longer than a few days for me, but I think it would be hard to predict whether the effects of the supplement might last longer for others who don't tend to get temporary responses to a lot of the supplements that they try.

So, might sublingual oxytocin have recreational value? Possibly. I felt more energetic and found it easier to enjoy things while the effects of the supplement lasted. Such effects might be desirable for almost anyone. Then again, it would be hard to know for sure what effects sublingual oxytocin might have on someone with a "normal" baseline energy level, seeing that my baseline energy level is quite low.


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