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Which vitamins / amino acids have helped you?


Which vitamins / amino acids have helped you?

For me I believe zinc, 5htp, dl-phenyalanine and B-complex have at times helped.
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Antarctic krill oil helped me a lot with mental clarity. You're looking at like $30 for a month supply though
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pretty much all of them. they're so helpful for being alive lol.

but I just take multivitamin and b complex or whatever they call it. vegan so need b12. but also eat foods fortified with b12. and LSA with my breakfast. and try to eat green veges a decent amount.

"I take what is mine. I pay the iron price."
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Not a vitamin but coffee helps me enormously (it does cause a little jitter but it's better than foggy headed stupor I usually am in without it)

B Complex

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Coffee enema.
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I'm thinking about trying an L-theanine/caffeine 2:1 supplement. I don't think I've tried that before (I mean, other than just drinking green tea). I tried l-theanine by itself and the results were abysmal (which means it didn't seem to do anything at all and was expensive).

I will end up having to go to a local vitamin store to get it probably.

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