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Top Sulbutiamine Products* ❯View User Ratings* ❯*Affiliate LinksOVERVIEW: Sulbutiamine is a nootropic derived from Vitamin B1 (Thiamine). It contains two Thiamine molecules bound together, which makes it fat-soluble and improves the absoprtion, resulting in increased potency. READ MORE...USED FOR: Energy, Focus, Memory, Cognitive Function, Fatigue, Mood, Depression, Asthenia, Athletic Performance, Erectile Function, Libido and Diabetic Neuropathy.MECHANISM: Unlike Thiamine which is water-soluble, Sulbutiamine is fat-soluble. It is capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier and increasing Thiamine levels in the brain. READ MORE...DOSAGE: 250 - 750mg per day; Taken 1 - 2 times daily.SIDE EFFECTS: Rated Possibly Safe for short-term oral use at appropriate dosages. May cause nausea, insomnia, headache, drowsiness, tremor in some cases. READ MORE...INTERACTIONS: No Information on Drug or Supplement Interactions.RELATED SUPPLEMENTS: L-Tyrosine, Mucuna Pruriens, Phenylalanine, Phenylethylamine, 5-HTP, L-Tryptophan, L-Theanine, SAMe, GABA, Melatonin, Inositol, Rhodiola Rosea, Ashwagandha, St. John's WortTop Sulbutiamine Supplements
- Heightened alertness, focus & energy
- Supports memory & mental performance
- Promotes mood through dopaminergic activity
Your site is extremely helpful. I have been researching nootropics for a while and have tried a couple with disappointing results so far. I understand better now how and why they are supposed to work fyi maybe with continuing use, I will achieve the results I am aiming for: increased alertness, more mental energy and the lifting of the heavy, groggy feeling that clouds my brain and drags me into a slumped heap in a chair most if my “waking” hours.
I do have a suggestion. Could you include a dosage range for each substance along with the general description? I know it varies from person to person but a rough guide of where to start would be helpful.
Thank you very much for creating and maintaining this site.
Actually sulbutiamine can be really powerful and almost harmful. Apart a heavy sense of calmness and empty mind, I experienced no one of the good effects. I couldn’t concentrate or focus, couldn’t think what I was thinking, at the point I started panicking worsening my sympthoms.
Beware of such substances! They are not just vitamins!
What dosages were you using and what product were you taking? Both of these are important to determining the effects.
Also, sources vary SO MUCH in quality – now that Powder City has closed down, Nootropics Depot is my goto. I’ve heard of some pretty scary experiences with folks trying various sources that don’t third party test!
Sulbutiamine is one of the ‘noticable’ nootropics for me. It has clear and immediate happiness boosting qualities (without mood energy, or mania inducing qualities) that start with the first 200mg dose and last about 12 weeks. After about a 12 week run, it seems habituated. Stopping has no notable rebound or ‘missing it’ type of effect that I notice. After 2-4 weeks, I can restart with the effect once again front and center.
The other reported effects may be happening, but aren’t that personally important/noticable.For me, sulbutiamine is a hyperthymia inducing experience. The world keeps running with the same good/bad that my belief system provides, but somehow I am happier in the midst. An internal sunshine nootropic. For me. 200mgs BID, morning and noon. With fats, so a meal or coffee cream or something, seemingly helps.
Could i use it safly or not plz answer me
Hi Wafa omar,
You would have to try it starting at a small dose, **from a reputable source** like Powder City or Nootropics Depot, or some other supplier that does regular third party testing. 200mg (just under 1/8th teaspoon) is considered a good starting dose to try. Just remember to take it with fat, since it is fat soluble. And everyone has different chemistry, so be open to trying it with different other nootropics, for best results. Good luck!