Metergoline Log

Discussion in 'Pharmaceutical Drugs' started by SOMO, Jul 25, 2019.

  1. Risingfire

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    What if he lives in a rural area? There's no public transportation readily available. Even if there is, depending where he lives, it may take significantly more and increase hsi stress due to time constraints.
     
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    Thank you captain obvious ‍.....
     
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    Days 3-6 were much of the same.

    On Day 2 (Friday) I dropped off my car at the mechanic and was a bit concerned that he might try to scam me.

    Day 3 (Saturday) I got word back from the mechanic about what was wrong with the car, and I was feeling surprisingly low inhibition/confident when he quoted the price for fixing my vehicle. Normally I would probably have just accepted the price without much argument, but I made him throw in a free oil change and basically negotiated that if the problem persists I will be coming back for a full refund.

    I do think that there are noticeable confidence-boosting effects from Metergoline, which I would chalk up to its anti-serotonin effects.

    I also noticed that this effect is amplified when I consume a high carbohydrate meal (white rice in my case) - when I take the Metergoline and then eat a high carb meal a few hours later I get a rush of energy and feel alert, but there's no heart racing, mind-racing, mouth dryness or cold hands/feet so I know it's not increased adrenaline/cortisol.


    I never got such positive effects from Lisuride.

    I'm still taking it the same way:
    -1 drop sublingually with 1 drop DMSO, followed by black coffee on an empty stomach.
     
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    Still experiencing daily benefits.

    I accidentally skipped it yesterday for the first time since I started taking it and I did not notice any negative effects.

    I will probably try taking it every other day now vs. daily because the positive effects seem to last longer than a day.

    I think the biggest benefit to the Metergoline is the almost immediate lifting of brain fog and mental clarity. Like caffeine without the jitters.
     
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    Have you ever tried Diamant?
     
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    Are you still taking it? I have been experimenting with metergoline the past week and have been feeling many of the same benefits you have. I don't notice the effects immediately, but if I take it at night, the very next day my thoughts and speech are more clear, I'm more present and less prone to procrastination. People at work commented that I seemed like I was having a good day. I smile more and am more extroverted. My digestion is noticeably improved as well, with clean BMs and I don't need to wipe. I'm not sure if it's metergoline or placebo yet, but it's the only thing I've changed in my supplement/drug routine recently. I'm only taking 2 drops per day transdermally on the wrists right now. Lisuride did not produce the same effects for me. I think metergoline does a better job at lowering serotonin and that was my overall issue.
     
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    I actually ran out a few days ago (I gave away my bottle to a friend who lives in another state because he’s dealing with a lot of stress right now. )

    I definitely plan to reorder. Maybe I will wait a few weeks and see how long-lasting the cognitive benefits are. I think I’ve been a bit “slower” mentally without it.

    I actually never took it at night, but I know for a fact taking certain nootropics and supplements at night has a significantly different effect than taking it during the day.

    For example, MB taken during the day makes me a bit drowsy, but if I take it before bed I feel more well rested the following day even if I fall asleep on the couch which usually results in a headache from bad posture.

    I much prefer Metergoline to Cyproheptadine or Lisuride. I took large and small doses of Lisuride and I can’t say it really did anything for me.
     
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