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What Is Sulbutiamine?

Sulbutiamine Capsules are a nootropic compound that is composed of two thiamine molecules held together with a sulfur group.

Sulbutiamine was discovered in Japan. Once it was discovered, researchers began to study thiamine and its derivatives.

Where to Buy Sulbutiamine Capsules?

Nootropics Depot offers 90t. or 180ct. jars of Sulbutiamine capsules (200mg) or 60ct. or 120ct. jars of Sulbutiamine tablets (200mg). Nootropics Depot's Sulbutiamine has been lab-tested and verified for both product purity and identity.

Get more insight by reading other customers’ Sulbutiamine reviews and experiences below.

Attention: All chemical compounds have risks. Please read the available research and understand the associated risks before handling. If you are uncertain of the appropriate handling methods, please consult a qualified professional. Misuse of this product may result in adverse reactions. This product is not approved by the FDA.

You may also be interested in Sulbutiamine Powder.

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  • LHB - 22nd Jun 2019

    5
    Great For B1 Deficiencies and as a Part of B Vitamin Stack.

    This is really just a very bioavailable form of Thiamin (Vitamin B1). Like most recovering alcoholics I have to deal with a pretty serious B1 deficiency. I did not buy this in order to use as a Nootropic but rather to remedy that deficiency. I found that I do not respond to it very well at the 200 mg. dose, but when I microdose it in 50 mg. increments it works exceptionally well as a remedy for that deficiency and as an addition to Methylfolate, Methylcobalimin and Inositol as a superb B complex to underpin your other stacks. I use it regularly for this purpose with great results.

  • StanTheMan - 15th Jun 2019

    1
    Sulbutiamine

    Tried 2 capsules, 4, 6 - no effect...

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  • LHB - 22nd Jun 2019

    5
    Great For B1 Deficiencies and as a Part of B Vitamin Stack.

    This is really just a very bioavailable form of Thiamin (Vitamin B1). Like most recovering alcoholics I have to deal with a pretty serious B1 deficiency. I did not buy this in order to use as a Nootropic but rather to remedy that deficiency. I found that I do not respond to it very well at the 200 mg. dose, but when I microdose it in 50 mg. increments it works exceptionally well as a remedy for that deficiency and as an addition to Methylfolate, Methylcobalimin and Inositol as a superb B complex to underpin your other stacks. I use it regularly for this purpose with great results.

  • StanTheMan - 15th Jun 2019

    1
    Sulbutiamine

    Tried 2 capsules, 4, 6 - no effect...

  • Tash - 4th May 2019

    5
    Worked for fatigue

    Autoimmune fatigue is immense. I am doing very well with this diagnosis. The symptom of fatigue affects my life more than any of the other symptoms since getting the rest under control with AIP diet. This supplement has given me energy back. I'm not 100% sure I'll trail run again but I'll at least be hiking some peaks.

  • Lupe Vela - 28th Jul 2018

    5
    Good Boost

    Great addition to my stack. Good boost of mental and physical energy. Recommend cycling on off every couple of days to avoid building a tolerance. Still experimenting with different things to add to my stack. This one is definitely a keeper.

  • Jeremi - 18th Jul 2018

    5
    Reduces fatigue, improves libido.

    Have been taking Sulbutiamine for a few weeks now, on a 7/7 cycle. I can definitely tell when its part of my stack, more endurance, strong sex drive. What's not to like?

  • Unknown - 27th Apr 2018

    1
    counterproductive

    worked counterproductive for me. Gave me more fatigue instead of getting rid of it. I took 2x200

  • THAT GUY! - 9th Apr 2018

    5
    AWESOME!

    Really like this stuff! Racetams gave me horrible side effects (heart palpitations, irritability, and very very high blood pressure), Sulbultiamine on the other hand is way more energizing, and I have noticed no drawbacks to it at all. Way better and more functional than any racetam IMO.

  • tom - 7th Apr 2018

    5
    I.LOVE.THIS.

    It makes you feel awesome. Energetic, focused, cheerful, sexually interested. Just keep that tolerance on check.

  • Tomas - 9th Oct 2017

    5
    Goes well with phenylpiracetam but be warned, it may increase your libido and ...bloodflow

    Works great, can't tell if it's only the sulbutiamine since I'm stacking but so far it works great with phenylpiracetam. I'm surprised at the effect it had on my libido and let's say I'm 26 but I went back to being 15 in certain aspects. If you're older definitely consider as an ''man pill''. If you're ok and you had no problems like me, get ready to remember what being a teen is like.

  • rafaellancelotta@gmail.com - 27th Sep 2017

    5
    Surprisingly like adderall lite

    Was amazed at how well this worked for increased energy, focus, and mood. Once I got started in a task, I stayed focused the whole time.

  • nick - 11th May 2017

    4
    good pre workout or get stuff done supplement

    Great for pre workout energy or if you have a lot of chores to do. Not the best at getting a lot of office work done, makes you want to jump out of your chair. In my experience, 400-600mg is the dose once or twice a week max. Tolerance builds quickly.

  • Unknown - 27th Jan 2017

    4
    Did not tried yet, but I have read it is good

    So far I like the delivery time and reviews about this product.

  • Unknown - 16th Oct 2016

    5
    Gold Standard

    For years, I've read great things about Sulbutiamine. Briefly, I've tried a number of products from different vendors over the years, the chief difference is that ND's Sulbutiamine works, and works well.

    This, together with ND's Phenylpiracitem gives me the boost I need in the morning, It seems also to give a mood lift, a very nice plus when trying to get out the door.

    Benefits
    * Energy boost without the side effects of caffeine (I still drink too much coffee)
    * Uptick in mood.

    Also, no downside whatsoever.