NSI-189, first impressions. "The good, the bad and the ugly." (One week in)
The good: Intense positive emotions, elevated mood, increased verbal fluency, better focus - I noticed for the first time in a while playing piano pieces with zero errors- increased interest for novelty, feeling much more social and outgoing, increased cheerfulness, playfulness and humor, MUCH more creative thought, flashes of insight and AHA! moments, waves of contentment and inner peace, rediscovering aspects of old experiences, the world appears in to be in HD. Stacks well with Noopept and even low dose modafinil (50 mg), decreased caffeine tolerance.
Intense negative emotions. (Self-control and acceptance skills are a must)
Tastes horrible, takes years to dissolve sublingually if at all.
Anxiety -very manageable-.
Increased thirst, dry mouth.
Random highly emotional memories. -This I've found therapeutic but it's not pleasant at all-
The ugly: Nightmares. -Fictional content creates a huge mental impression and I tend to dream about feared situations or events. However, there is a certain detachment from the horrors of my dreams and by the time they end I get the feeling of a "lesson" being learned and a deep sense of peace.-
I find this chemical very similar to Cerebrolysin but softer and lacking the extreme wellbeing it can deliver. I've decided to continue the cycle and keep noticing. Any experiences with NSI-189 will be most appreciated!!