Dosage and administration
The most common dosages are 250-500 mg 2 - 3 times a day. The maximum single dosage is 750 mg. The usual course duration is 2 - 3 weeks.
In general, side effects are rare. (<10%) They might occur in the beginning of the treatment and they include increase in irritability, lethargy, dizziness, nausea and allergic reactions.
Pronounced lethargy, nausea, vomiting, fatty dystrophy of liver (when taken in excess of 7 grams), eosinophilia, low arterial blood pressure and kidney dysfunction.
Country of Manufacture: Russia/Latvia
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Phenibut produced by Organika has limited availability. We resort the right to ship Phenibut of the same quality produced by other Russian manufacturers. The package might be different from the one presented on the website!
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Synthesized by professor V. Perekalin in 1959, Phenibut was quickly recognised as a very promising chemical compound, as it had both psychostimulating and anxiety reducing effects. After several years of research, Phenibut was added to the Russian astronauts' medical kit: it could decrease the stress of cosmonauts and also allow them to maintain the same performance level, unlike usual tranquillisers. It is a known fact that the cosmonauts of the Soyuz-Apollo Test Project had it in their medical kits.
Phenibut is a derivative of the naturally occurring inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA, which can cross the blood-brain barrier much better than the original compound. Years of extensive research on humans revealed that Phenibut can be used to relieve the following symptoms:
- Emotionally labile disorders
- Asthenic disorders (lack of energy)
- ADHD in children
- Alcohol withdrawal
- Poor sleep quality in older patients
- Lack of motivation
- Other conditions characterised by reduced intellectual productivity
One pack of Phenibut contains 20 pills, each with 250 mg of active ingredient, which is sufficient for approximately 5 - 10 days of administration.
Note: Phenibut is a completely safe medication when used in moderation. However, if taken in large quantities for recreational purposes, it is likely to cause tolerance and withdrawal symptoms. It has different effects when taken in high doses. Therefore, we limit the maximum order quantity to 4 packs of 20 pills.
Phenibut is also used by athletes and bodybuilders, as it increases resting and post-exercise growth-hormone secretion.
Special things about Phenibut:
- Instant anxiolytic effect.
- Phenibut improves attention, memory, speed and accuracy unlike tranquillisers.
- Improves motivation but might drain your willpower.
- Small dosages have calming and nootropic effects, while larger ones have stimulating effect.
Country of Manufacture: Russia/Latvia
This product has not been approved by the US FDA. All statements on this page are for informational purposes only and have not been evaluated by the US FDA.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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