Citation: Agency. "No Buzz, No Hangover, Just a Perfect World: An Experience with DXM, Bupropion & GABA (exp68287)". Erowid.org. Nov 7, 2008. erowid.org/exp/68287
This DIDNT WORK for my girlfriend, but works for me.
I used to take bupropion alone for my depression, however, I started having issues with depression even on meds. No meds the doctors could find could make me not depressed.
Every single day since I have started doing this (and I have been doing it a while now) has been-only able to be described as perfect. I don't catch a buzz, I don't get dizzy or drunk feeling, so if that is what you are looking for, don't try this. The only thing I get is a constant state of pleasure at all times. Sometimes i get headaches, but I have always had those.
Everything is enjoyable, music brings constant euphoria, dancing is so fun, its easy to be nice, I can smile and laugh more, and depression is not even an option. I take a 24hr break every 5 days from the dxm to make sure my system is ok.
How I do it:
7:00am Bupropion SR 150
7:30am GABA 2 scoops in 1 cup apple juice
3:00pm Bupropion SR 150 + GABA 2 scoops in 1 cup apple juice + 60mg extended release DXM (in the form of mucinex DM)
9:00pm Bupropion SR 150 + GABA 2 scoops in 1 cup apple juice
(random nicotine during the day as well, unknown if affecting. Amount 1-3 cigarettes dispersed throughout the day)
Also make sure to drink alot of water as this will keep things working. I drink water bottles all day long...probably 60-80oz daily.
Remember, this may not work for you, or may have negative side affects for some individuals. It made my girlfriend nauseous-to the point of being stuck in bed all day- while on the other hand, it has and continues to make my life wonderful to the point of extacy all day long-with no hangover effect. When I do take a break, i still feel good, and it just slowly settles back to 'normal'.
Good luck, and hope you all find this works for you...
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