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Unreal Orgasms on GABA
« on: January 04, 2017, 11:58:23 pm »
So I've been taking 500mg GABA 3x/day for about 2 weeks now, and I can honestly say it has consistently improved my orgasms to the point that it literally takes my breath away. I never thought it could get any better, but it has. I'm also taking Choline 250mg 1x day, Inositol 250mg 1x day, and L-Tyrosine 500mg 3X day, but from what I read, it's the GABA that improves orgasm.

You guys have got to try this stuff! I doubt brand name matters, but I use NOW Brand from amazon.
Someone PM'd earlier asking if there was anything I knew of that might work synergistically with the GABA to improve things even more. I don't, but if there was, I would take it. I'd probably black out, but I'd try it.

Anybody else trying this stuff?

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Re: CURE: Unreal Orgasms on GABA
« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2017, 12:05:52 am »
So I've been taking 500mg GABA 3x/day for about 2 weeks now, and I can honestly say it has consistently improved my orgasms to the point that it literally takes my breath away. I never thought it could get any better, but it has. I'm also taking Choline 250mg 1x day, Inositol 250mg 1x day, and L-Tyrosine 500mg 3X day, but from what I read, it's the GABA that improves orgasm.

You guys have got to try this stuff! I doubt brand name matters, but I use NOW Brand from amazon.
Someone PM'd earlier asking if there was anything I knew of that might work synergistically with the GABA to improve things even more. I don't, but if there was, I would take it. I'd probably black out, but I'd try it.

Anybody else trying this stuff?

I definitely read that about GABA as well, but haven't tried it myself.
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Re: CURE: Unreal Orgasms on GABA
« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2017, 12:05:52 am »

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Re: CURE: Unreal Orgasms on GABA
« Reply #2 on: January 05, 2017, 12:15:25 am »
GABA is interesting because supplementing it doesn't cross the blood brain barrier well at all, although there are GABA receptors in the gut and a few other places, but this still shouldn't cause much of a change.  Datis Kharrazian has a GABA test for leaky gut, where if you take GABA and get a noticeable effect (which should be like taking a benzo, chilling you out), this is a good sign you have leaky gut, which creates "leaky brain", i.e., makes the BBB permeable, which is bad news in general, but could possibly be a reason you're experiencing such positive symptoms.  Just a thought. 
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Re: CURE: Unreal Orgasms on GABA
« Reply #3 on: January 05, 2017, 09:00:27 am »
Just noticed you have some of the same supplements listed in Just Askin's Erection formula that is stickied at the top of the Forum home page.  Looks they are working for you as well. 
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Re: CURE: Unreal Orgasms on GABA
« Reply #4 on: January 05, 2017, 12:38:14 pm »
GABA is interesting because supplementing it doesn't cross the blood brain barrier well at all, although there are GABA receptors in the gut and a few other places, but this still shouldn't cause much of a change.

I've read that Phenibut crosses the blood brain barrier...

"Using a supplement like Phenibut hydrochloride can essentially replicate GABA’s effects. Phenibut is able to cross the blood-brain barrier because of the addition of a phenyl group molecule to GABA’s chemical structure."

http://nootriment.com/phenibut/

It seems pretty cost effective too. 60 capsules (250 mg) costs about $12.00 at one site I found. I just ordered some, but I haven't tried it yet. I'm mostly hoping it will help me sleep better...but I sure won't complain if it gives me more intense orgasms to boot!  ;)
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Re: CURE: Unreal Orgasms on GABA
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Re: CURE: Unreal Orgasms on GABA
« Reply #5 on: January 05, 2017, 02:25:38 pm »
So I've been taking 500mg GABA 3x/day for about 2 weeks now, and I can honestly say it has consistently improved my orgasms to the point that it literally takes my breath away. I never thought it could get any better, but it has. I'm also taking Choline 250mg 1x day, Inositol 250mg 1x day, and L-Tyrosine 500mg 3X day, but from what I read, it's the GABA that improves orgasm.

You guys have got to try this stuff! I doubt brand name matters, but I use NOW Brand from amazon.
Someone PM'd earlier asking if there was anything I knew of that might work synergistically with the GABA to improve things even more. I don't, but if there was, I would take it. I'd probably black out, but I'd try it.

Anybody else trying this stuff?

If you were deficient in choline, which is not uncommon, this could explain it I would guess.  Also, that is a lot of tyrosine, right?  Tyrosine should directly stimulates dopamine, although some guy say the effect fades.
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Re: CURE: Unreal Orgasms on GABA
« Reply #6 on: January 05, 2017, 10:30:22 pm »
GABA is interesting because supplementing it doesn't cross the blood brain barrier well at all, although there are GABA receptors in the gut and a few other places, but this still shouldn't cause much of a change.

I've read that Phenibut crosses the blood brain barrier...

"Using a supplement like Phenibut hydrochloride can essentially replicate GABA’s effects. Phenibut is able to cross the blood-brain barrier because of the addition of a phenyl group molecule to GABA’s chemical structure."

http://nootriment.com/phenibut/

It seems pretty cost effective too. 60 capsules (250 mg) costs about $12.00 at one site I found. I just ordered some, but I haven't tried it yet. I'm mostly hoping it will help me sleep better...but I sure won't complain if it gives me more intense orgasms to boot!  ;)

Yeah, but be careful with Phenibut, as it's a lighter version of a benzo, basically.  So taking it for more than two weeks straight can mean dependence, and in some people nasty withdrawals when they're coming off, as with any benzo. 
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Re: CURE: Unreal Orgasms on GABA
« Reply #7 on: January 05, 2017, 10:30:37 pm »
Just noticed you have some of the same supplements listed in Just Askin's Erection formula that is stickied at the top of the Forum home page.  Looks they are working for you as well.

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Re: CURE: Unreal Orgasms on GABA
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« Reply #8 on: January 06, 2017, 03:46:27 am »
GABA is interesting because supplementing it doesn't cross the blood brain barrier well at all, although there are GABA receptors in the gut and a few other places, but this still shouldn't cause much of a change.

I've read that Phenibut crosses the blood brain barrier...

"Using a supplement like Phenibut hydrochloride can essentially replicate GABA’s effects. Phenibut is able to cross the blood-brain barrier because of the addition of a phenyl group molecule to GABA’s chemical structure."

http://nootriment.com/phenibut/

It seems pretty cost effective too. 60 capsules (250 mg) costs about $12.00 at one site I found. I just ordered some, but I haven't tried it yet. I'm mostly hoping it will help me sleep better...but I sure won't complain if it gives me more intense orgasms to boot!  ;)

Yeah, but be careful with Phenibut, as it's a lighter version of a benzo, basically.  So taking it for more than two weeks straight can mean dependence, and in some people nasty withdrawals when they're coming off, as with any benzo.

Thanks for the heads up. I read about the few side affects, tolerance buildup, and possible dependency if taken daily, so I plan on only taking it prior to bedtime during the work week and not using it on the weekends. Do you think that will work? Or is that still taking it too often? I've been working midnight shift for years, so I'm hoping this will help me get a more solid sleep during the week. Lately my sleep pattern has really sucked and it's starting to wear on me...
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« Reply #9 on: January 06, 2017, 04:42:00 am »
GABA is interesting because supplementing it doesn't cross the blood brain barrier well at all, although there are GABA receptors in the gut and a few other places, but this still shouldn't cause much of a change.

I've read that Phenibut crosses the blood brain barrier...

"Using a supplement like Phenibut hydrochloride can essentially replicate GABA’s effects. Phenibut is able to cross the blood-brain barrier because of the addition of a phenyl group molecule to GABA’s chemical structure."

http://nootriment.com/phenibut/

It seems pretty cost effective too. 60 capsules (250 mg) costs about $12.00 at one site I found. I just ordered some, but I haven't tried it yet. I'm mostly hoping it will help me sleep better...but I sure won't complain if it gives me more intense orgasms to boot!  ;)

Yeah, but be careful with Phenibut, as it's a lighter version of a benzo, basically.  So taking it for more than two weeks straight can mean dependence, and in some people nasty withdrawals when they're coming off, as with any benzo.

Thanks for the heads up. I read about the few side affects, tolerance buildup, and possible dependency if taken daily, so I plan on only taking it prior to bedtime during the work week and not using it on the weekends. Do you think that will work? Or is that still taking it too often? I've been working midnight shift for years, so I'm hoping this will help me get a more solid sleep during the week. Lately my sleep pattern has really sucked and it's starting to wear on me...

I'd rec trying other sleep aid methods just to be safe, like glycine (amino acid), l-theanine (which lowers norepinephrine, found in green tea), low dose sublingual melatonin (1 mg, most people way overshoot how much they need), the occasional use of doxylamine succinate (found in Nyquil, maybe a few times a week), and other stuff.  Phenibut, if it works like a benzo (i.e., hits GABA-A receptors), technically causes disruptions in sleep architecture (non-REM1, 2, 3, REM), but if you feel rested in the morning that's a good sign. 

I just personally would prefer staying away from benzos if possible.  I think the stories of people with withdrawal are overblown (we probably hear the crap that floats to the top, not the vast majority of people who have slight to no problem coming off them), but I wouldn't take my chances. 
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Re: CURE: Unreal Orgasms on GABA
« Reply #10 on: January 06, 2017, 08:49:20 pm »

I'd rec trying other sleep aid methods just to be safe, like glycine (amino acid), l-theanine (which lowers norepinephrine, found in green tea), low dose sublingual melatonin (1 mg, most people way overshoot how much they need), the occasional use of doxylamine succinate (found in Nyquil, maybe a few times a week), and other stuff.  Phenibut, if it works like a benzo (i.e., hits GABA-A receptors), technically causes disruptions in sleep architecture (non-REM1, 2, 3, REM), but if you feel rested in the morning that's a good sign. 

I just personally would prefer staying away from benzos if possible.  I think the stories of people with withdrawal are overblown (we probably hear the crap that floats to the top, not the vast majority of people who have slight to no problem coming off them), but I wouldn't take my chances.

If doxylamine succinate is an anticholinergic, and I believe it is, then you want to only take that rarely.  (Anticholingerics are associated with dementia in seniors.)
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« Reply #11 on: January 07, 2017, 12:06:07 am »
So I've been taking 500mg GABA 3x/day for about 2 weeks now, and I can honestly say it has consistently improved my orgasms to the point that it literally takes my breath away. I never thought it could get any better, but it has. I'm also taking Choline 250mg 1x day, Inositol 250mg 1x day, and L-Tyrosine 500mg 3X day, but from what I read, it's the GABA that improves orgasm.

You guys have got to try this stuff! I doubt brand name matters, but I use NOW Brand from amazon.
Someone PM'd earlier asking if there was anything I knew of that might work synergistically with the GABA to improve things even more. I don't, but if there was, I would take it. I'd probably black out, but I'd try it.

Anybody else trying this stuff?

Have not tried it but just curious as to what you have seen with the orgasms. Is it increased volume, length, intensity?

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Re: CURE: Unreal Orgasms on GABA
« Reply #12 on: January 07, 2017, 11:58:14 pm »
@runnerman- seems they are slightly longer but substantially more intense
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« Reply #13 on: January 08, 2017, 05:07:00 am »
Do orgasms come sooner with GABA?

My issue has been that it can take me a long time to orgasm.  It's almost like a part of me is either distracted or not "into it" enough to get there.  I almost always get there eventually, and my wife doesn't mind, but she orgasms very quickly and sometimes we try to work something into a short amount of time and I end up having to quit before I'm done.
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Re: CURE: Unreal Orgasms on GABA
« Reply #14 on: January 08, 2017, 11:50:05 am »
@Nocturne- it hasn't had the effect of speeding up my orgasms, just making them more intense. At this point in my life, I am fortunate enough to be able to go as long, or short, as I wish. I've just noticed an increase in intensity, and slightly longer duration. (Maybe 10 seconds instead of 6 or 7 as before). It seems that the increase is on the front-end (pre-ejaculation). Like when you first cross that point of no return. That part lasts a few seconds longer than before. If that makes sense.
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Re: CURE: Unreal Orgasms on GABA
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