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IAmTired247

620d

What's a natural supplement that you swear works for you but others don't believe you? For me it's Ashwagandha Root Powder for my ADHD and Anxiety. It calms my brain down to focus on tasks enough to get them done in bursts and it calms myself down to where I don't have that many panic attacks.

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    • serendi

      608d

      Valerian, particularly the tincture form. It’s great for me for high anxiety or before a presentation or something. Seems like most people only know it to help with sleep and don’t believe how well it helps me with anxiety, PTSD responses, and generally nerves.

    • serendi

      608d

      Valerian, particularly the tincture form. It’s great for me for high anxiety or before a presentation or something. Seems like most people only know it to help with sleep and don’t believe how well it helps me with anxiety, PTSD responses, and generally nerves.

    • shoe

      608d

      Yeah I've heard about that!! I've been really tempted to try it! I say Omeprazole works wonderfully for me but lots of people say that it just doesn't work for them.

      • IAmTired247

        608d

        @shoe Omeprazole? Never heard of that. I'll have to look into that and try it actually.

        • shoe

          608d

          @IAmTired247 it's for acid reflux and calming the stomach. But yeah it's pretty good 👍

    • minnieee

      610d

      Yooo i also take ashwagandha. I heard from reviews that the stuff with KSM-66 is the best quality. It's great, before i took it, i didn't notice that i had anxious background noise bothering my brain all the time. It feels great to not always be second guessing my choices because my brain feels stressed. Would recommend taking at least once

      • IAmTired247

        610d

        @minnieee yeah it's so great. I saw it on TikTok (I know advice on TikTok is bad), and I figured to give it a shot and I just didn't expect it to work so well. I was impressed and now I make sure to take it every single day with the rest of my medicine as I believe it gives them a boost too plus it's all natural so there's no harm in mixing them with medication.

    • ThatOneNerd

      619d

      L Tyrosine plus B Complex. They’re both cheap on amazn. It helps your brain/gut make more dopamine and reduces “brain fog” if you don’t believe me go read the reviews on amazon

    • Yuley

      619d

      It this it? https://a.co/d/h2dxCh5

      • IAmTired247

        619d

        @Yuley They are technically all the same but this is exactly what I use if you want to use the exact brand I do https://a.co/d/iaclcBb

    • deardiary

      620d

      glad i came across this… i’ve been thinking abt taking that too since i’m interested in holistic medicine/treatments but idk what’s stopping me. i have the supplements but haven’t taken them yet. does it give you any side effects?

      • IAmTired247

        620d

        @deardiary no side effects that I have experienced, it doesn't mess with my medication. I use the all natural powder though, not the pill that you can buy at any stores. I buy mine from Amazon for like 20 bucks I think. It's a bag and it's organic.

        • deardiary

          620d

          @IAmTired247 hmm maybe i should buy the powder too, i’m a heavy tea drinker so maybe i can put it in that. does it taste nasty? or leave an aftertaste?

    • BagOfBones

      620d

      Quid helps me a lot...with my ADHD and my depression...

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