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Tianeptine hemisulfate monohydrate is an improved salt of Tianeptine that is non-hygroscopic and easier to handle.
Product includes one jar of Tianeptine Sulfate capsules
Attention: All chemical compounds have risks. Please consult your physician, and understand the available research, before handling. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. It has not been approved, nor have these statements been evaluated, by the FDA.
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Product arrived relatively quickly and works wonders for improving mood and sleep. Garrett on 23rd Jul 2017
I have used this for anxiety, and it works. Unknown on 23rd Jul 2017
I take 75 mg in the morning and 25 mg after 9 hours have elapsed. Doses above 50 mg can cause nausea but low-dose mirtazapine counteracted this. Low-dose mirtazapine causes weight gain, so I am slowly titrating down (tolerance develops to the nausea after a few days). This dose can also cause constipation due to the opioid-activity, but this was counteracted via intermittent docusate sodium, diet, exercise, and hydration.
Tianeptine sulfate (100 mg per day) changed my life for the better - social anxiety has been reduced to 10% of what it once was, and I no longer fear many interactions that used to trouble me. Depression has been eradicated.
This [nootropic] doesn't make me feel high or abnormal in any way. It simply lifts the nearly-crippling ailments that I have fought for far too long. It is a terrible injustice that this medication exists in the grey-market at present, when inferior drugs that cause major side effects are given out routinely. 190 lb M on 22nd Jul 2017
product arrived quickly and there were swift replies to my emails. It is a good company and i will try the sulfate for the first time as i am switching from sodium. pamela preston on 14th Jul 2017
Love them. Danny on 2nd Jun 2017
I have been quite satisfied with this product; Tianeptine Sulfate Capsules (25 mgs). This stacked with L-Theanine (sp?) is a definite mood lift! I have had an anxiety/depression disorder for decades. This product is the best thing I've tried to manage my disorder! I am impressed with the product. I am also very happy with the service and quality assurance I get from "nootropicsDepot". Like many,I assume,I'm not happy about the lack of availability but that seems to be a problem for many vendors at this time. I highly recommend this product and this company. John B John S. Branciforte on 26th May 2017
Tianeptine Sulfate works fantastically well as an anti-depressant / mood brightener; The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is due to it's effect on the Mu opioid receptor. I think anyone familiar with opioids will recognize the feeling immediately (as I did). The effect is so mild that I doubt it poses much concern at the recommended dose, however it is something to keep in mind, as abuse potential and addiction are real dangers for certain people who take this. Andrew Raisbeck on 18th May 2017
Nootropics Depot always provides me with high quality products at reasonable prices. Although I've never tried the sodium version, I would believe this is the better of the two. It has a longer half life and gives you what you need for a sustained period of time with less crash. Be careful to not go down the slippery slope of increasing to dosage past 50mg. It works well at recommended dosage and is "too good" and unsustainable at recreational dosage. In my opinion, this is not for everyone. You can take it sporadically as it works very quickly for intended purposes, or consistently if that works with your biochemistry. nick on 11th May 2017
This marketed as a smoother longer acting form of tianeptine sodium. This is incorrectly described; this is a completely different effect from tianeptine sodium. I hardly noticed any anxiety reduction or antidepressant properties that are prevalent in the sodium. I was very disappointed in this product. Unknown on 3rd May 2017
very helpful nootropic John on 26th Apr 2017