To me it has always seemed like a placebo and a money grab.
>>255067>Passionflower is a boss supplement that is as good as valium
yeah, there's no way that's possible, have you ever had valium?
I've tried tons of supplements and they're this >>255065
if they actually did anything then they wouldn't be sold as a dietary supplement, they'd be on the shelf with diphenhydramine, fluticasone, cimetidine, guaifenesin, dextromethorphan, ibuprofen, aspirin, etc. real drugs. You can supplement some vitamins in your diet of course but that's about it. Save your money and don't waste it on this snake oil.
makes sense why it's so cheap then. If it really worked, then I imagined it would be 10x more expensive
I have bro. I switched because it's cheaper with no side effects I can tell.
The temperance and alcohol prohib people used to drink as a substitute kek.
I drink coffee for fun, my main supplements are: collagen powder mixed with water and a drop of 1000IUD vitamin D and some vitamin C effervescent powder (helps the uptake of collagen). Occasionally I'll put some Vitamin B complex in there too. Then when I'm actually working out and living normally, I have another drink that is protein powder + spirulina.
>>255057>I also take 7500 mg Biotin to help growing beard
Why do norms care about shit like this?
Extract or powder?
wait, are you that same idiot troll from meta? if so I don't trust you at all
Yeah. I'm kinda stupid at that time
And why would a wizard care about this, or someone who visits here?
Too many LARPers, that picture you posted the guy looks insecure as hell and tryhard
If you have a proper diet and not living a physically extreme lifestyle or have some sort of health problem that causes deficiency then supplements are a huge waste of money.
Worse is that because of the way the industry is, most of the time you aren't even getting whatever you are paying for on the label.
Just eat food and get some sunshine. That way you are getting your money's worth.
What does the collagen do?
Vitamin B Complex + Magnesium + Omega 3 + Lecithin is the best combo as far as I know.
The Vitamin B Complex + Magnesium makes you happier overall and less tired.
Omega 3 for general wellbeing and heart health.
Lecithin to possibly lower cholesterol but definitely cum like a horse
I took some for a while and didn’t notice anything. I think they are more or less scams.
Collagen is a naturally occurring protein in the human body that does a lot of stuff. There's several different types of collagen that do different things. I take a mixed-type supplement to cover several things.
Many people take it because it's good for your skin/hair/nails/teeth/eyes, but it's also good for muscle and bone density, joint/back and arthritis pain (encourages cartilage and tendon growth), intestinal health (I have IBS), heart and brain health (encourages blood flow), etc etc.
Just look up collagen types + their purposes and you can find a supplement that has the types (by roman numerals) that you want. If you do buy some collagen powder, make sure you're not getting one derived from cod fish collagen because cod fish are overfished right now. I take the multi-type unflavoured from Revive Naturals, one scoop a day (the package says the "dose" is two scoops, but I'm fine with one and it's good to build up over time anyway).
I take venlafaxine for my tism, and drink tea everyday
u know ur body mekes colergen itosepf
Its not as powerful as this poster said but passion flower is without a doubt one of the handful of “natural” over the counter things you can buy that actually have an effect.
I highly recommend it to anyone struggling with withdrawal, nerve pain, anxiety, mania or simply a reoccurring feeling of edginess/jumping out of your own skin.
Thanks for the recommendation. I see on Amazon that it's inexpensive, too.