Lucidimine

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Lucidimine

29.95

30 Veg Capsules, each containing:

  •     6mg Galantamine HBr
  •   50mg Citicoline (CDP Choline)
  •   50mg Alpha-GPC Choline
  • 200mg l-Theanine
  • 100mg Choline Bitartrate

 

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Warning: Lucidimine contains Galantamine, and Galantamine can be difficult to sleep on. Still, Galantamine is the best single-ingredient for direct lucid dream support. The Lucidimine formula can improve the REM-instigating and executive-thought circuits in the brain affected by Galantamine, while mitigating some of the harshness of this Acetylcholine-preserving supplement...but not completely, and less for some people than for others. If you are a very light sleeper or prone to insomnia or have zero experience with lucid dreaming techniques - this is not the place to begin. If you are taking any medication, make sure your doctor says you can take this supplement. Do not take Lucidimine with any other supplements. Actually, do not take any supplements with racetams (including Piracetam, Noopept, Aniracetam) the day before using Lucidimine for lucid induction support.

How to Use: For lucid dream support I recommend taking Lucidimine after briefly awakening from 5-hours of sleep. Set an alarm to wake you up at this time, and when you awaken take the capsule with a drink and return to bed. Because Galantamine can make it difficult to fall asleep, try to fall back asleep before it "kicks in." Lucidimine does not "give you" lucid dreams, it merely helps foster an internal chemical environment which best supports lucidity. Knowledge and practice with induction and stabilization techniques are a must.

For daytime use as a nootropic take early in the day or 1-hour before engaging in strenuous mental activity, preferably with a light meal. Drink water throughout the day. Only attempt taking more than one capsule after already having experience with one capsule alone, several times.

Another Warning: Besides the sleep disruption which is normal in most "dream work" programs - especially lucid induction efforts - exploring dreaming and instigating stronger dreaming can be disturbing. Lucid dream efforts are also likely to trigger uncomfortable parasomnias like sleep paralysis and bizarre and sometimes scary dreams. These are only dreams and being brave amidst imposing dreams is a direct bridge to gaining "enlightenment" in dreams - the knowledge that one is dreaming. For some people, dream work can be overwhelming and I urge you to be responsible enough to only continue exploring your dreams if you are comfortable (enough).