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[REVIEW] 2 small hauls (Kapital, Visvim, MA+, Deepti, and more)
- I WILL PROVIDE IN-HAND OR FIT PICS of any item, tag, detail, etc. on request. Please ask! I just cba to do it in advance for every single item. I put off reviewing the first haul for so long I got a second haul in, so I figured it was time to suck it up and cut some corners.
- I have never interacted with retail of any of these, so I'm not well suited to judge 1:1 detail accuracy for most items. Hope that's ok.
- In addition to reps, I got a bunch of stuff from Chinese domestic brands that I want to gush about, but I'll dump that at the end so you can skip if you want.
- 5'10" / 178 cm
- 160 lbs / 73 kg
- Waist: 33" / 84 cm
Reviews by brand (QC pics)PAF (Post Archive Faction)
Gray 3.0 Technical Trousers Center from Richill
- Size L
- Fit: A little loose around the waist. Size L is about a 34W, which is big enough that I need a belt. I maybe could have sized down, but I was worried a size M (~32W) would be small on me. This will be a recurring theme through the rest of this post.
- (+) Pretty sick pair of pants overall. Great silhouette, and the articulated knee is noticeable but not flashy enough to where the pants become the center of the outfit. Have worn these regularly since I got them, and ironically they're very practical for my job, which requires a lot of squatting to reach low shelves. I have considered trying to make my own with a different fabric.
- (-) Not a super huge fan of the thin nylon material - it feels cheap. I can't speak to whether retail is the same, though I read somewhere on here that there are two batches on TB, one with a better material and one with a better shape. I assume this is the latter.
- Recommend: Y. Honestly I'm not even close to the first person to review these on here, and everyone who has seems to like them. They're a good value for the price point, just cop.
Indigo Furoshiki Embroidered Sweatpants from Color Plus/Tannery House
- Size L
- Fit: Excellent.
- Got these because I wanted a pair of sweatpants to lounge around the house in and I like to look good doing it. Not even planning to wear them outside. It probably wouldn't be convenient, since I bike everywhere and the drop crotch isn't ideal for that.
- (-) Self-branded (Tannery House), and easily distinguishable from retail by the fact that the waistband and cuffs are the same color as the pant (they are darker on retail). The inside pocket lining is also orange instead of black, but if you look that close you'll see the tag anyway.
- (+) Embroidery looks great. Snipped a couple loose threads, but no stitches missing/out of place. The QC pics make it look kind of fucked up, but that's just camera artifacts.
- Recommend: Y.
- Fit pics
- Size 3
- Fit: A little loose around the waist (~34W). Also, the overall proportions are odd; they are high-waisted, baggy, and hit in an awkward spot somewhere between ankle and mid-calf. (This is the same as retail, though.) On me, they look much better cuffed.
- (+) Very happy with the material and stitching. This is a fairly complex piece, and the construction was executed very well.
- (+) Tags also seem pretty good, including the external tag on the left thigh.
- (-) Hardware is utter dogshit. It's not just missing the Kapital branding, it looks and feels incredibly cheap, like maybe aluminum. The suspender buttons are further apart than retail, in the wrong place to attach suspenders (I suspect Snoopy didn't know that's what they were for). The cinch at the back, while in theory very useful since you can't put a belt on these without removing the suspender buttons, refuses to actually hold the pants tight for any period of time. I am trying to figure out a way to improve or replace it, because against all odds I really like these pants.
- Recommend: N. Even though I'm going to keep wearing these myself, it's going to require actual work to fix the hardware (the back cinch at the absolute minimum, since once again these are a bit big on me) and probably isn't worth the hassle for anyone else. Save yourself a headache and snag retail if you can.
Black RO x Champion Toga Tee from Gman
Black RO x Champion Shorts from Gman
- Size M
- 199Y (tee), 150Y (shorts)
- Fit: Excellent.
- (+) In terms of 1:1 accuracy, these might be the best items I have. Came with very impressive Rick tags. Don't know whether they nailed the mesh material (I don't think anyone has reviewed this who's handled retail), but if you told me this was real Rick x Champion I wouldn't bat an eye.
- These were supposed to come earlier in the summer, but I delayed my haul and they didn't come until it was already getting cool outside. That is, I haven't actually worn them yet.
- I'm also not sure how I would wear them, since the shorts have no lining and will show either your underwear or full dong. I may need leggings. But I did buy the shorts just for the meme value of having mesh booty shorts, so I'm not mad.
- (+) The embroidered Champion logos on these are accurate to retail. I saw someone else saying the color was wrong, but the sleeve/thigh logo is supposed to have a white border with gold center.
- Recommend: Y, if you can think of an outfit. Great quality, great price.
Black balloon pants from Sunyvonne
- One size fits all
- Fit: Excellent.
- (+) This is a nice, simple pair of balloon pants, if you're looking for that silhouette on the cheap. I like the adjustable cuffs.
- (-) I didn't realize these were going to be made of nylon. It doesn't feel as cheap as the PAF pants, but it is LOUD. If you walk around in a quiet area, absolutely everyone will hear you swishing and crinkling.
- (-) Also some light discoloration that I'm not sure I can get rid of. These are more of a "light black" than a "dark black" to begin with, and I'm hoping the dye isn't fading in spots.
- (-) Not a fan of the lack of pockets! For whatever reason, they've only got a right side pocket and a left back pocket. I don't know whether this is accurate to retail, because I don't even know if this is a rep (Yohji has about 300 balloon pants and I'm not going to look through all of them), but it's inconvenient for daily wear.
- Self-branded, since it's Sunyvonne.
- Recommend: N.
Fishhook keychain/ornament from Sixth SR Studio
Fishhook rope belt from Sixth SR Studio
- 20Y (keychain), 22Y (belt)
- (-) A little bit light in the hand, not sure of composition.
- (+) Looks visually the same as retail.
- I got these to make femboy moves and also because thinking about how all the techno clubs are closed makes me want to cry. I'm not sure what to do with the belt, but the keychain looks great hanging from a belt loop. Anyway, these look good and are mad cheap.
- Recommend: Y.
Green garment-dyed hoodie from Yihai
- Fit pics
- Size 3
- Fit: Excellent. Oversized but I'm not drowning in it.
- (+) This is my first item from Yihai after repeatedly hearing good things about him, and he really came through. Very heavy, very comfortable, and the green color is just lovely. The distressing is subtle and very well done.
- Skipped on the QC pics for this one, as WGB lighting makes it look like a lime green monstrosity. It is not. Real life looks exactly like the product pics.
(-) This uses loopwheel fabric, while I believe retail is French terry. Not really a con as it's still comfortable, but worth noting for those who want true 1:1.[EDIT: stated in the comments that both versions exist.]
- (-) Just noticed an interior thread has come loose on the square "tag" stitching.
- Recommend: Y. This is a great, versatile basic that can also stand on its own.
Black Closed Crash Seam Low Cut Jeans from Oneofyou (OOS 😢)
- Size L
- Fit: Just a tiny bit loose in the waist. Very long inseam for those who like stacking. Slim fitting, but not so slim that the stiff denim is constricting.
- (-) Self-branded, and not hard to distinguish from retail. The buttons don't match, and the denim has less "personality" (is just less slubby, I think).
- (-) The slightly darker fabric may make the crash seams less easy to see from a distance.
- (+) That said, this is a great pair of black slim fit jeans, which is something my wardrobe was missing. I'm going to wear these a lot. Also, even if it doesn't match retail, the hardware is decent quality and has a nice "artisanal" design.
- Recommend: Y.
One Piece T-Shirt (black and white, pack of 3) from Floating Shelter
- Size L
- Fit: Excellent. Loose without being oversized. Tucks beautifully.
- (+) Similar to the Visvim hoodie, these are a great layering piece that can also stand by itself. The fabric is very comfortable, and I personally like a wide collar so I love the cut. The design means the collar and hems may fray over time, but that's part of the vibe.
- (-) Self-branded, with an annoying long tag in the front you will immediately cut off.
- Recommend: Y, cop this now. It's an absolute steal at 3 for $30. I got 2 black and 1 white, and I'm honestly thinking about ordering a pack of all white just to have more of these.
Brushed Silver Watch Link Bracelet from Astute Boutique
- In-hand pics
- More femboy gear. Note that this also comes in choker and belt versions, which you can find in the same shop.
- (+) If you told me this is retail, I'd believe you. The metal looks great, the engraving is clean, and the stretch function works very well. The only thing that feels cheap is the magnet in the clasp, which works but doesn't "click" like I want it to.
- (-) I should have measured my wrist - this is way too small for me. It does stretch, but I'm not trying to get my arm hairs pinched. I will be purchasing the choker version instead to wear as an armband when my rep Peter Do turtleneck finally arrives.
- Recommend: Y, but be on the skinnier side.
Black Utility Pouch from Black Market Department Store
- I bought this because I need to be wearing a chest bag at all times (what else do people do with their giant smartphones these days?), and my current Kapital Ainu Snufkin bag is great but the color and pattern clash with a lot of outfits. I wanted something simpler. Don't care either way about ACW, bought this for purely functional reasons.
- (+) That said, this is shockingly indistinguishable from retail. I was fully willing to accept some scuffed embroidery, but the retail pics look exactly the same. This has a large tag on the inside that may have flaws in the text, and at this price point I would expect a lower quality zipper than retail. But that's honestly it.
- (+) Hardware is not only very cleanly molded, but has a great weight to it.
- Recommend: Y. $15? Are you kidding me? It's insane that people get away with charging literally 20x as much for retail.
Bonus round (Chinese domestic brands)Acre Miichous
I really like Miichous! Their vibe overlaps a bit with other domestic brands like Umamiism and Unvesno, but those brands take the oversized thing way too far for my taste, and I think Miichous' designer has a better eye for detail. Also they put side pockets in literally everything, which I respect so much.
- SS20 fringed graphic tee - This came in my first haul and I think it was my favorite item of the bunch, including reps. It looks great on its own, but I think its real potential is as a layering piece. Size 3 fits me very nicely.
- SS20 "Evil Dragon" shirt - Okay, yes, I bought this without seriously considering its place in my wardrobe, and no, I haven't worn it. But it does look fucking sick. And I'm copping some things right now that should hopefully let me assemble a fit. This one was out of stock in every TB shop when I ordered it, so I copped from PROJECTISR instead, which is a website I recommend for anyone interested in domestic brands. I got size 3, but could have gone up to 4 if I wanted the sleeves to hit closer to my elbows.
- AW20 portrait denim vest - This slaps. I had to cop. It's so unspeakably wet it almost borders on ahegao clothing, but it's playing with completely different aesthetics. In all honesty I bought the Visvim hoodie solely to layer with this. Bought size 3, but am now kind of wishing I had sized down to 2. This vest is enormous.
Based on their sales numbers and the way people talk in reviews, Pros seems like one of the better-established names in Chinese streetwear. (I mean, when you can sell branded plastic boxes...) They have something I really respect in a brand, which is a unique and consistent aesthetic vision - if you go through their older stuff you can see where CH used to bite Kapital and Visvim to a certain extent, but at this point it's mutated into its own, very recognizable thing. If I feel like I could easily spot one of their pieces from across the room, even one I hadn't seen before... that's something not many brands can achieve.
- Corduroy button pants - I know a lot of you like to judge clothes by how heavy they are. No joke, these are the heaviest pants I've ever held in my life. 820 grams of corduroy. It's actually a little inconvenient, since a size L fits very loose; they're constantly trying to fall down. I'm strongly considering putting in suspender buttons, which I think would add to the fun hobo/clown vibe that these convey.
- Red sunburst t-shirt - This is also very heavy. It's a nice shirt. I got it because I loved the pants so much I had to buy them, and I was worried I didn't have a top that would match.
- Chinese chess bandana - Like the ACW bag, this was a functional buy. I use a bandana like a '50s housewife to tie my hair back when I'm doing dishes, and I wanted to add some variety to my existing very good Kapital bandana. Unlike the piece of shit I GP'd from Snoopy, this one fit the bill - discharge printed, and a great design that looks equally good laid flat or folded. I like the fabric of the Kapital bandana more - it's more coarse - but for only 49Y this was a great cop.
My Experience With A Bunch Of Different Nootropics
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Why I bring up writing and golf: both are pretty “in your head” tasks. Both are problem solving games, in a way. In writing, you usually know what you’re trying to say or do, but it’s a matter of assembling the pieces properly to make it work as a whole — which, as I’m sure many of you know, can seem impossible sometimes. Likewise, golf is a game of problem solving, creativity and mental fortitude. I’ve played golf my whole life (I’m a 7 handicap for those who know what that means or care) and the physical stuff with my swing is pretty secondary to just staying focused on the course at this point. If I show up in the right headspace, my score improves, and vice versa.
Since this is all going to be anecdotal, I thought it’d be good to view these nootropics through the lenses which I was seeing them — and for the most part, those were writing, golf, and working in a series of high-volume restaurants. If you have zero interest in, or can’t relate to any of those things, that’s fine — just look at them generally as creativity, problem solving, and social interaction tasks.
List is in no particular order, just what came to mind as I wrote this:
What hasn’t been said about adderall at this point? It sorta is what it is. I have a lot of friends who are still taking it well into adulthood and I don’t think it’s as Earth shatteringly terrible as many people seem to think, but it’s the ultimate two-face type drug — at times your best friend, at times your worst enemy.
For me, it’s always a circle. I’ll take it for a while and it’ll give me a nice boost, then the effects begin to diminish, then they start to make me irritated, then I step away from it altogether for a while — usually taking no less than two months off taking it. The best way to cycle it for me is taking it Monday’s and Wednesday’s, then going off for the rest of the week. I try to never take it consecutively — which is something I do for most noots.
Great for writing a lot of words, not necessarily the best words. As a writer, it’s sort of like turning a faucet on really high and spraying as many words out as possible. Put simply, it makes your fingers hit the keys faster. It never killed my creativity the way people complain about it doing, but it did take some of the nuance out of my writing and I’m definitely funnier when I’m not taking it — so writing comedy could be a bit of an issue. I know some stand up comedians who take it and that always makes me scratch my head.
Terrible for golf — get too in your head. Really anything you need to zen out to be good at, adderall is not going to help. Makes you overthink/overanalyze everything. Also makes you hyper confident, sometimes in situations where you shouldn’t be. Like I said, it doesn’t kill creativity, but it narrows my field of a view in a way. It makes certain options stand out as “the best” or “only” option, as apposed to seeing a wider range of outcomes to any decision, which is why it hurt my golf game.
Socially, it never hurt me… besides giving me that burnout look after taking it too much too often — bags under eyes, face kinda sunk in, lose a few pounds in a week. It makes me a chatterbox sometimes, but can also shut down my social skills if I’m feeling self conscious in a certain group — again, it sometimes makes me overanalyze, but also causes me to fixate on things. Or, the flip side, I get too confident and say a bunch of stupid shit.
Can’t recommend taking it more than twice a week — I usually cycled it early, Monday’s and Wednesday’s — then take the rest of the week off. Anything more than 2-3 times a week usually gets me in a weird dependency loop — I start to consider the days I’m off it as “off days”… not good.
Would I recommend? To some people, for sure. If you need help with motivation or focus, it works wonders. If you work through lots of data and you have a straightforward task to complete, it’s designed for you. But, it can also kill motivation and split your focus if you cycle it wrong.
Usual dosage: 10 MG instants, 20 MG XR — though I started taking these and splitting them into 15 MG XR with empty capsules (you can buy an Amazon) and that led to better usage habits and less need to seek it out.
I’m still semi-new to Modafinil and have some really mixed emotions about. Much like adderall, it does what it’s designed to do — hype you up — but that effect is so double sided that I’m not sure it’s worth it. There’s a hyper-focused version of me that can come out when I take, but that state is exceptionally fragile and can be disrupted easily.
I think Moda has a worse come down most the supplements I’ll list on here. If I take it around 8 AM, around 6-7 PM, it will begin to feel like my head has been sitting under a heat lamp all day. I start to get irritable, closed off and edgy. Interactions become strained and I’m not very productive, if there was some project I wanted to work on later into the day.
Like adderall, there’s a significant energy boost — that’s what it’s designed for in a way — so work outs can get a bump from Moda for sure. Though, the flip side for me is that the work out is more just a “blowing off steam” kind of exercise, as apposed to the more challenge-based enjoyment I get out of it when I don’t take Moda.
Once again, not a golf friendly drug. I may hit the ball a bit longer because I’m amped up, but that means very little if I’m too in my head to do everything else right.
Like adderall, I cycle Moda in a Monday and Wednesday or Thursday schedule. I don’t take it consecutive days, but the two times that I did I found that the effects weren’t as diminished as I expected — though I still wouldn’t recommend this.
More than any other supplement I’ve tried, Moda’s potency is directly tied to my sleep the night before. A good night sleep (along with a well planned schedule for the next day) leads to a great day on Moda. A bad night sleep and vague/unclear idea of what I should be working on leads to a bad day on Moda. It’s that simple.
Would I recommend? Sure. I have a couple friends who run an apparel start up who swear by the stuff. I don’t find it as alluring as they do, but we do very different work. I’d say the mental fog it sometimes causes isn’t worth seeking a prescription (or taking the risks to ship it internationally), cause it’s clear to me already, after only a few months trying it consistently, that it’s not a long term fix. I haven’t experienced the insomnia from Moda, nor Adderall, so maybe that’s why it’s still a positive experience in my mind.
Usual dosage: 150 MG. I split the 200 MG tabs into halves, then halve one of the sides and this seems to be a good number for me. My friends who take it do this too, and also say they do 100 MG in an effort to keep tolerance down.
My favorite nootropic that I’ll list on here is Phenylpiracetam. It’s something I’ve taken pretty consistently since I first discovered it and something I anticipate I’ll keep taking moving forward. Phenyl-p was introduced to me after a night of heavy drinking as a hangover cure. My buddy and I were going to breakfast in Manhattan and a had pretty full day of activities ahead of us, but were still pretty wasted from the night before. He gave me 200 MG around 9 AM and we left to get some breakfast burritos from this cuban place (can’t remember where exactly) — by 10 AM, I was already back on my feet and by 11, I felt like I could take the SAT. I started drinking again around noon, but was pretty much sober from there on out.
This has been my continued experience with Phenyl-p — it’s the great equalizer for me. I think a good way to describe it is leveling out my head. It’s adderall without the edge and the effects are intense for a couple hours, but linger for a few after the initial blast.
The reason I bring up drinking with Phenyl-p is because I’ve had multiple experiences where taking it before a night of heavy drinking has kept me upright. I’m sure someone can explain in the comments why I absolutely shouldn’t be doing this, but I have yet to experience adverse interactions between this noot and alcohol — plus, I know multiple people who have had the same experience: take it and maintain a bizarre amount of sobriety, despite heavy drinking.
But what about just taking it for focus and work mode? It’s even better for that. Like I said, it’s adderall-lite in a way. Shorter burst of effects, but a far cleaner finish and zero hangover from the usage. It’s always given a nice boost to my writing — plus, it doesn’t give me the heavy/heady feeling that adderall or Moda seem to, so there’s more clarity and level-headedness, which is a big plus. Same thing for my golf game — just the right amount of cognitive boost.
Would I recommend? I push this stuff on everyone I know, so yes.
Dosage: Usually 100 MG as I try to keep my tolerance down. I think going to 200 MG is fine too, but I don’t think it heightens the effects — in fact, sometimes taking 200 MG has caused that heavy-head feeling for me. It’s recommended to take it with alpha GPC and I did for a while, but don’t anymore (no reason in particular, just always forget to buy them together). I don't take it consecutive days.
Been a while since I’ve take this and when I did it was a once a week sort of thing. I remember liking it quite a bit, though the effect were largely the same as how I view Modafinil now — high highs, low lows… I never took it more than once a week, so I can’t comment on the tolerance stuff, or what daily consumption might do to you if you were prescribed.
Same deal with golf as the Moda and addy — no bueno.
Same deal with writing — good for getting a lot done in a small amount of time, not good for getting small, intricate work done.
Would I recommend? Yes. It wasn’t as potent as adderall, but also not as harmful for me.
Dosage: 54 MG (Alza) — only dosage I ever tried, no way to split it into smaller tabs (as far as I could tell).
Haven’t taken Vyvanse for a long time, but that’s probably a good thing. I don’t think I’ll list a more potent, euphoric drug on here. I remember it feeling like taking an adderall and xanax at the same time — strong body high while feeling like you could explain what happens inside a black hole with relative ease. The overconfidence factor with Vyvanse was insane.
Would I recommend? Probably not — simply because I think if I had regular access to it, I’d be highly addicted and take it every day.
Dosage: 60 or 70 MG. Probably too high, I know.
Remember when Kratom was going to be banned from smokeshops and there was a great big panic about whether it should be illegal or not? Cause I do… this was back in either 2016 or 2017 and I was living in Minneapolis. A tobacco/vape/cbd/pipe shop nearby had a “Kratom’s about to be illegal” sale and tried to move their entire inventory in one weekend — so me and my roommate, who had never tried it, bought a supply that we never were able to get all the way through at a 75% discount. A few weeks later, Kratom was still on the shelves and that headshop down the street came to despise us as the guys who capitalized on their panic sale.
I remember Kratom as a really solid over the counter feel good supplement. I used to take it a lot at my bar job — as some of the specific types made me very talkative, sociable and energetic. I also used to take it before a workout, as it aided in some lingering injuries I was nursing at the time. It was a good alternate to weed in a lot of ways.
Hard to say how it impacted my writing or golf game, as I don’t remember taking it consistently for either one.
Would I recommend? Yes. I think it’s a fine thing to take as long as you’re doing it safely. I don’t remember why it was going to be banned or what the big fuss was at the time, but I never had any medical malfunction with it and don’t know anyone who has.
I don’t remember the dosage I’d take (usually just one or two capsules at a time I believe). My roommate would take 4-5 capsules at the time, but that dude was an animal and I don't recommend copying any of his stimulant habits.
Piracetam / Aniracetam
Much like Phenylpiracetam, I thought regular Piracetam was great. I haven’t taken it nearly as much — primarily because I didn’t want to diminish the effects of Phenyl-p, but as far as I can tell Piracetam was great stuff with similar, though lesser effects on me.
Aniracetam had a similar sort of influence on me — not as intense but still a good boost and no real downsides. I had tried a large variety of racetam’s because of a variety pack on Nootropics Depot, which I ended up ordering a few times in a row, though I would usually use one specific type for weeks at a time, as apposed to rotating between each.
Sorry, can’t remember the dosages, but I’m sure they’re just whatever the serving is on the ND brands for these compounds. I usually dose on the lower end compared to what other commenters in this sub do, so I’ll let you guys do the math from there.
Would recommend both.
Listing this one separately because of an adverse reaction I had to it that didn’t occur with Piracetam or Aniracetam — or really any other noot I’ve tried. I’m close to a daily weed smoker (more on that below), but not a heavy smoker — probably less than 2 grams a week. But whenever I would smoke after taking Oxiracetam, whether it be 5 hours later or 10 hours later, I would get really light headed and nauseous. I looked into this at the time, but never found anything conclusive about a link between the two, at least not that I can recall.
For that reason, I obviously can’t recommend it — though I would also say that it did have a more edgy feeling that the other racetam’s I tried, so if that's what you're looking for, go get em'.
Noopept has been in a regular rotation in my nootropic game for a long time and is currently what I alternate with phenylpiracetam. I’m a big fan of noopept, though I would say the reason I originally came to enjoy it was because it has a much more noticeable feeling baked into it that could draw in the user seeking a feeling closer to adderall — don’t try to chase it, folks. That’s how I got into noopept and after the first time trying back in 2015... I remember telling all my degenerate buddies that I’d found a cheap OTC adderall lol.
Good for writing and decent for golf — though I’d say it does cause irritability for me occasionally, which can hurt my golf game. Definitely something to try for those who pivot from a workout into their workday, or vice versa — as I definitely think it can give a physical boost that none of the other OTC compounds I’ve mentioned on here have.
Dosage: I go low, 30 MG and usually no more. Like others on this list, it’s not that I couldn’t handle a higher dose and I’ll agree that the effects are stronger at that higher number, it’s just not worth the downsides for me, as the higher dose usually comes with a dull headache and the aforementioned irritability.
Would I recommend? Yes, with the caveat that it’s dirtier than most the stuff I’ll list. Hopefully someone in the comments can explain why it’s actually good to have been taking Noopept on and off the last five years lol.
Two thumbs up for ashwagandha for me. I took it for a few months during a long bout of depression lingered in the harsh Minnesota winter. I don’t swear by it up and down the way some do on this sub. A lot of people really beat the drum for ashwagandha and while I think it’s a very solid noot, I don’t think it’s the cure all that some claim it is. I would say it helped more with stress and sleep than anything else — I never got the focus and energy boost that many tout on it’s behalf.
One of my good friends who has a major depressive disorder swears by it and has nothing but good things to say about it — so I’d say there’s potential for those in a different mental position than me. I think I’ll definitely try taking it regularly again once I cycle off CBD.
Dosage: I guess 500-1000 MG in capsules — just the standard from ND. Maybe someone in the comments could help recommend a better number?
Would recommend trying it out for sure. I think for people with depression, anxiety, etc. it could be worth checking out.
On the other hand, I can’t exactly recommend KSM-66, as it had no real impact on me and brought a heavy mental fog that I couldn’t shake whenever I took it. I think I tried it for over a month, pretty regularly, with the same bad experience over and over again. I’d love to hear from anyone who’s had better experiences on KSM-66 — as I think it gets pretty solid reviews around here.
This is an interesting one, as Lions Mane was something I’d tried in capsules years ago with no discernible impact on me… but then tried as a tincture a few months back and had a great experience. It really is an easy breezy kinda of focus compound that helped me zen out, while still focusing in on my work or task for that day.
Great for golf as well, as it walked the line between calm and focus very well. It made me very talkative and sociable as well, so good to go there.
Big big draw back with Lions Mane as a tincture was the taste — pretty terrible and never gets better, at least for me. Very pungent and sour. Tried mixing it with all kinds of stuff — coffee, tea, warm water and lemon… never really got any better.
Stacking it with phenylpiracetam was great. I’d usually take a phenyl-p in the morning, around 8 AM, then take the Lions Mane a couple hours later, during the peak of the Phenyl-p — and kick both in together at the same time.
Would recommend for sure, though I do remember feeling a bit loopy after taking it consecutive days/weeks.
I took l-theanine pretty much every day for years, either on it’s own or as part of Alpha Brain’s mix. I think of it as a sort of background program, always running, but not particularly noticeable. Maybe my tolerance built up too much by the end, but I’ve recently stopped ordering it because it just didn’t move the needle at all for me anymore.
Good for writing and I’d say pretty much any social activity. I’d say it does reduce anxiety and nerves. I never really saw the focus aspects of it. I usually stacked it with some other “focus” compound — like a member of the racetam family. I think I’d have to take a lot of it to notice a really big impact from it, but again — I took this every day for years, so I’d say I’m more low on it now than ever because I’m cycling off.
I’d recommend giving it a try for sure. If you have anxiety or struggle in social situations, it’s definitely worth a go. Combining with caffeine is solid as well, but you have to get the dosage of both correct for them to not sorta cancel each other out IMO.
I think my dosage was 100 to 200 MG, depending on the situation. Sometimes I would take 100 mg in the morning then another 100 in the afternoon, before bartending or some other social event.
I think it’s fair to say I’m currently in a honeymoon phase with CBD, as I recently re-upped with cbdMD — 750 MG tincture — which I’m taking daily. I can’t say more good things about it. It’s crushed a recent stretch of depression and anxiety, improved my golf game in very noticeable ways, and my body hasn’t felt better after training in quite some time.
Mentally, it does bring me down and zen me out in a way that’s not exactly conducive to writing work — it usually puts me in a zone were I want to go outside and do something, which is not great for a guy who makes a living sitting at a computer. But that’s not necessarily a negative.
I usually take the full dropper — I’m not sure what the dosage comes out to with that (smh).
Highly recommend. All the good stuff you’ve heard about CBD might be true. Yes, everything.
So I mentioned above that I’m a daily-ish smoker, though I definitely don’t smoke every day and am not sure that anyone should, but to each their own. This has been the case for about 5-6 years and an important caveat is that the amount I smoke is quite low — probably no more than a gram or two per week, at the most. I will say that this habit has caused issues with my memory, nothing serious, but I do feel like my memory is slipping more than others my age (how would you measure that? this seems like conjecture)… also, people who say weed isn’t addictive are lying — it is.
Besides just enjoying smoking, the use of THC is very practical for me. It’s a big part of my writing process and has been a life raft with depression/anxiety for me. There’s downsides to that, as I do occasionally feel dependent on it — though smoking weed is a great alternative to taking anti-depressants, for me at least.
For writing, THC is basically just a perspective change when it comes to evaluating my work. I only smoke in the evening, once I’m done with all my responsibilities for the day, usually right before or right after a workout. After a long day of writing work, smoking helps me look back on that days work with fresh eyes and altered perspective — and it usually results in a flurry of notes and new ideas, adding a couple extra hours of general note taking to my day.
I’d also that when I’m just in a bad mood or fixating on something, smoking pushes that aside and helps put things in perspective. My life is pretty great compared to most, and sometimes I need some chemicals to help me remember that — sounds terrible, I know, but I’m not as enlightened as I’d like to be.
Would I recommend? Of course! It’s weed, guys, you don’t need me to sell you on it — but stamp my vote of approval anyway, cause I love the stuff. I’d also say that all the folks out there who don’t / won’t smoke because of a bad experience in the past should give it another go. It could have been a certain strain or bad mix with something else at the time, or simply a situation that wasn’t conducive to smoking in that moment. If I’d quit after every bad smoking experience, I’d have quit dozens of times by now — and I’d probably be worse off for it.
As someone who struggled with insomnia on and off in my late teens and early 20’s, adding melatonin to my daily regimen was huge. I take it every night and highly recommend to anyone with sleep issues. I take 3 MG per night — my gf takes 4.5 MG, and still has sleep issues, but she’s a very light sleeper compared to me.
Sleep is huge, as everyone knows, but I think people underestimate how much impact it will have on your daily cognitive functions. If you’re having issues sleeping, and haven’t tried taking melatonin, just give it a go. It’s a cheap alternative to other kinds of sleep medications. It initially caused some grogginess for me, but that faded away and has not been an issue of late.
Just a side note with the recommendation of melatonin — people having trouble sleeping, especially if you’re overweight or snore, get checked for sleep apnea! It’s really common and has all kinds of other issues paired to it that could be affecting you. Plus, it kills people all the time. So, that should be reason enough to see a doctor about it.
I’m a long time coffee drinker — started when I was 18 I think. My morning ritual has changed sporadically over the years, but recently I think I found a sweet spot that is improving the structure of my work day — which is bent around caffeine intake. For years, I was drinking three cups out of Keurig every day, like clockwork.
The big change I’ve made recently is to cut down to 1.5-2 cups a day, but front load my caffeine intake in that early cup (around 8 AM) — I bought a big bottle of caffeine pills. Just a powder inside a capsule. It was like $4 at a supplements shop. 200 MG per capsule. I take about half the capsule and dump it into my first cup of the day — get a high rev start to the morning that I coast on till about noon, when I have another half cup (no added caffeine).
The big reason for this was a recent post I saw about how long caffeine stays in your system — pretty much all day. And since my last cup was occasionally coming around 3 PM a few days a week, there were a lot of days were I was still pretty amped up well into the evening — throwing me off the next day.
Now, my caffeine intake is occurring much earlier and I’m not feeling that wired energy later into the night, which has improved my sleep a ton.
I’m clearly a big fan of caffeine and a believer in its uses as a nootropic. It’s in my system every day and I’d recommend it to anyone — with the caveat you front load it, so it doesn’t kill your sleep cycle.
I took Alpha Brain on and off for years — kinda got sucked in by the marketing model they used, as five years ago I was a big JRE fan and Onnit was the coolest of all the nootropics sites. I was a sucker for the flashy marketing, I’ll admit it.
I think Alpha Brain is great if you can afford it, which I sporadically could, though often couldn’t. When I did take it every day for long stretches of time (I think I once took it every day for about four months), my memory improved exponentially. I was working at a bar and could remember everyones order at an 8 person table without writing anything down. I think you could chalk this trick up to familiarity with the menu at the place as much as you could credit the Alpha Brain — but I don’t want to downplay how great I think this noot was for me at that time.
Can’t say that I take it very often now, as the way it makes me feel turned sorta weird in recent months. The last few times I took it I got really groggy right away (taking the instant packs, that you mix in water), and after taking it back to back for a few days I became irritable as can be all day long.
As I’m sure many will point out on this sub, these sorts of compounds with a mixture of different ingredients can rub you the wrong way if you have an adverse reaction to any one ingredient — and it may render the good stuff in the mix sort of useless… like in Alpha Brain, I know I like l-theanine and vitamin b-6, but something else in it has been having a really adverse reaction in me of late.
Much like TruBrain or Optimind, the price point is too high for me to recommend — even though I’m a fan. You’re better off finding the individual ingredients you like and building your own stack.
Just listing Zinc here as something I used to take every day for immunity issues. I was very prone to getting sick as a teenager and was always battling a cold. When I started working in bars, this issue got even worse, until I worked Zinc into my daily regimen and really rarely got sick.
Make sure you don’t take it on an empty stomach though — terrible stomach ache and nausea it’s insane.
Random one here too: find a good probiotic. Kombucha works for me, but it's cost prohibitive. A healthy gut can improve cognitive function in so many ways.
Some habits that have worked for me:
I think the big thing that’s been helping me recently is improving a few small things in my life that makes all the nootropics function at a higher level. People really underestimate what good habits can do for you and how much they’ll impact the efficacy of the stuff that’s discussed on this sub. If you want a drug to make you sharper, more energetic, more focused, happier, etc… start with sleep, good eating habits, and simple schedule structure stuff that will no doubt improve your life.
Sleep — I talked about it in the melatonin section, but really, take your sleep schedule seriously. Figure out what time you should be getting to sleep and waking up every day (for me, it’s about 11:30 PM - 7:30 AM) and try hard to stick to it. Watch how much caffeine you take in during the day and when you’re taking/what time you stop drinking coffee. Don’t drink a bunch of alcohol before you sleep and if you have a night of heavy drinking, get a bunch of water in you before you sleep.
Eating/Fasting — I try to do a daily 12 hour fast, worked into my sleep schedule. If I eat my last midnight snack at 10 PM (bad habit, I know), then I’m not eating anything until 10 AM the next day. That’s the rules (break them all the time, but I'm trying). Throughout the day, I eat small meals and lots of snacks. I eat the same breakfast every morning (apple/peanut butter) and I don’t eat lunch, just snack until dinner. I eat a big dinner and then usually kinda snack on random stuff afterward. I load all my heavy eating into that last meal of the day so I’m not hungry again till mid morning the next day.
Exercise five days a week — Can’t stress enough how beneficial it is to just get out and do something to get your blood flowing as often as you can. I try to workout every day — usually right at the end of my workday ~ 6 PM. Since the pandemic started, I switched to a cycling and jogging regimen that’s way better than the weight training I was doing before.
Again, even if you only have 15 minutes a day to get some exercise, try to capitalize. The way a run or bike ride will clear my head, or wear off the rest of the energy from a phenylpiracetam or caffeine, is vital to keeping me going consistently. Which brings me to…
Find consistency — whatever you’re doing, whatever your schedule is, just find consistency in what’s working and stick to it. The reason I eat the same thing every morning, exercise every afternoon, smoke every evening, and go to sleep at the same time every night is because it works! That simple. I know that I’ll be ready to work about five minutes into that first cup of coffee the next morning.
Whatever your schedule allows you to do, however you find a good series of habits that make you feel good, try hard to standardize them and do them every day. Of course mixing it up is good and I do, but I find that the comfort in my routine has allowed me to have more success in my work, and therefore frees me up for the more spontaneous stuff that people would argue in favor of to push back on this advice.
Thanks for reading! I owe a lot to this sub and think it's one of the best internet communities around. I hope someone here can get a better idea about these nootropics my experiences and if anyone has questions, feel free to ask in the comments.