Reddit Reddit reviews Jarrow Formulas N-A-C Sustain, Supports Liver and Lung Function, 600 mg, 100 Sustain tabs

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u/vbvmw · 11 pointsr/CompulsiveSkinPicking

Sorry you're going through this :( Have you tried taking NAC as a supplement? It's been clinically shown to reduce OCD symptoms/skin picking. I took 1200 mg a day for a few months and noticed a huge difference in my obsessions/compulsions. Now taking 2400 mg daily. Might not be for everyone, but wanted to throw that out there.

This is the one that I take

u/R0yGeeB1v · 3 pointsr/trees

Get a protein shake mix with plenty of L-Tyrosine. Make at least 2 shakes per day. You don't need more carbs in particular, you need protein to help restore homeostasis in your body.

Other things that help withdrawal

  • Tylenol 1000mg/day
  • Feverfew or Rose essential oil
  • NAC supplement like this
  • Vitamin C
  • Exercise involving moderate cardio 30+ minutes
  • Dark chocolate (not Hershey's or other junk you see at checkout)
u/zalo · 3 pointsr/Nootropics

Hmm, I used to use NAC, but I found it consistently made me tired and dumb. My experience with 600mg NAC (taken in the afternoon/nighttime) is characterized by an unusually strong heaviness of mind and body upon awakening in the morning that makes it very difficult to get up.

Discontinuing use brought my mornings back to normal within two days.

u/CarterListens · 2 pointsr/Nootropics

I dunno bud, I use the Jarrow Formulas NAC Sustain that's supposed to release it throughout my day a bit while taking Adderall, am I confused too?

u/jackk279 · 2 pointsr/Nootropics

Well I tried 600mg 3x a day and it helped, but I'm going to try a lower dose. 600mg 3x a day numbed my emotions, which is why I'm going to try a lower dose. To be more specific, I'm ordering Jarrow sustained release NAC next:

600mg instant release would wear off too quickly and was too strong that it blunted emotions for me, so I had to dose 3x a day. I hope that Jarrow's sustained release will last all day, and it's releasing 600mg total throughout the day. Instead of taking 1800mg total. It says that the first 200mg of it releases instantly, which sounds good cuz 600mg instant release was numbing. And then the last 400mg of the 600mg pill releases sustained over time.

u/shamelessintrovert · 2 pointsr/Schizoid

I've been taking 600 mg sustained release once a day x ~year alongside sarcosine. Zero side effects and it noticeably amplified the effects (for me).

Yes, it's used in ERs at fuckton high doses for acetaminophen/paracetamol toxicity, BUT it's the dose that causes any side effects (which are still considered mild/benign by ER docs):

>The FDA-approved dosage regimen for oral NAC starts with a loading dose of 140 mg/kg, followed by 17 doses, each at 70 mg/kg, given every 4 hours. The total duration of the treatment course is 72 hours.

I'll let you do the math :)

u/givemeteapls · 2 pointsr/TryingForABaby

I used inositol (ovasitol brand specifically) along with NAC (this one ). Inositol has the same benefits as metformin without the poop problems and it's available over the counter.

link about inositol and pcos

another about ovasitol specifically and pcos

another about NAC and pcos

The combo made a HUGE difference for me. Especially when I added letrozole into the mix.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Nootropics

I've found Doctor's Best to be a solid line; I've used many of their products. I never new about them changing ownership, though, and I wonder myself if quality changed or just kept on trucking (been a while since I've used anything by them). Many use Jarrow for NAC ( I use Now Foods myself and seem to have better results over the hybrid quick/sustained release of that particular product. If I'm not mistaken, all studies were done with regular old NAC.

u/whoisbambam · 1 pointr/Nootropics

u try the sustained release version with 16oz fluid?

u/wndrfl_electric · 1 pointr/CompulsiveSkinPicking
u/RedDevil1159 · 1 pointr/PCOS

Do you mean this?

I take this, and it helps my energy, mood and makes me a little more laid back. Nothing crazy but helps some of my anxiety and compulsive behaviors. Has not brought my period back tho (lean PCOS). Hopefully this is what you meant, sorry if not

u/mintednavy · 1 pointr/Fibromyalgia

I experience this too. It can be debilitating. My rheum diagnosed me with neuropathic itch (neuropathy) and Rx'd with Gabapentin. It works really well for the itch but I'm experiencing weight gain, bloating and digestive discomfort so coming off of it. My integrative MD gave me a list of supplements to take for nerve related itch so I'm going to try that for awhile instead. Not sure if yours is dermatological or neurological but may be worth bringing up to your doctor. I went to the derm first and she ruled out any allergies or derm issues though and it was a long trial and error process that left me frustrated but then I raised with my rheum and once I started on gaba it went away.

I've also gotten mild relief with this cream:


The supplements I'm taking for the nerve itching are: