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Keep reading to see why it is important to dose properly (and therefore follow our two golden rules).
It'll save you from a lot of headache in the future.
Phenibut is a powder that can be ingested in various ways. Here are the three most popular methods:
If you are working with phenibut powder directly, then this is the fastest method.
This is a slightly more popular method that takes some extra steps to help you avoid the bitter taste of phenibut.
As should be obvious, by replacing water with something sweeter like fruit juice, you can minimize the taste.
This is the most popular method hands-down, as it is quite convenient compared to dealing with phenibut in its powder form directly.
Luckily for you, we have an extensive article on phenibut capsules.
Check it out!
Ultimately, the choice is up to you, as long as the proper dosage of phenibut makes it into your digestive tract.
First off, it is important to note that it will take about 30 minutes before you start to feel the effects of phenibut.
This will give you an idea of when to take phenibut (i.e. 30 minutes before you want to start feeling it).
As a general guideline, before the effects start to wear off significantly, a typical dosage of phenibut will last:
However, the effects can easily last the rest of the day, to varying degrees.
This is because phenibut's action on the GABA receptors can linger long after it's been excreted from your kidney.
And obviously, taking over or under the typical dosage will vary the length accordingly.
Having said that, in general, you may start seeing diminishing returns after 5-6 hours.
You can always take another dose, but again, we strongly advise against taking more than 2000g of phenibut in a 24-hour period.
Here are three important reasons to dose properly.
Phenibut withdrawal is when you stop taking phenibut too quickly.
When withdrawal happens, you typically experience undesired physical symptoms like nausea, tremors, and restlessness.
Withdrawal can happen with other drugs as well.
For example, the caffeine in coffee: If you're used to taking 3 cups a day, and then suddenly stop drinking, then you may experience a caffeine withdrawal.
Phenibut Tolerance is when you require larger and larger doses of a drug to get the same level of effects as the first time you took the drug.
In order to work with these complex numbers without drawing vectors, we first need some kind of standard mathematical notation. There are two basic forms of complex number notation: polar and rectangular .
Polar form is where a complex number is denoted by the length (otherwise known as the magnitude , absolute value , or modulus ) and the angle of its vector (usually denoted by an angle symbol that looks like this: ∠). To use the map analogy, polar notation for the vector from New York City to San Diego would be something like “2400 miles, southwest.” Here are two examples of vectors and their polar notations: (Figure below )
Vectors with polar notations.
Standard orientation for vector angles in AC circuit calculations defines 0 ^{ o } as being to the right (horizontal), making 90 ^{ o } straight up, 180 ^{ o } to the left, and 270 ^{ o } straight down. Please note that vectors angled “down” can have angles represented in polar form as positive numbers in excess of 180, or negative numbers less than 180. For example, a vector angled ∠ 270 ^{ o } (straight down) can also be said to have an angle of -90 ^{ o } . (Figure below ) The above vector on the right (7.81 ∠ 230.19 ^{ o } ) can also be denoted as 7.81 ∠ -129.81 ^{ o } .
The vector compass
Rectangular form, on the other hand, is where a complex number is denoted by its respective horizontal and vertical components. In essence, the angled vector is taken to be the hypotenuse of a right triangle, described by the lengths of the adjacent and opposite sides. Rather than describing a vector’s length and direction by denoting magnitude and angle, it is described in terms of “how far left/right” and “how far up/down.”
These two dimensional figures (horizontal and vertical) are symbolized by two numerical figures. In order to distinguish the horizontal and vertical dimensions from each other, the vertical is prefixed with a lower-case “i” (in pure mathematics) or “j” (in electronics). These lower-case letters do not represent a physical variable (such as instantaneous current, also symbolized by a lower-case letter “i”), but rather are mathematical operators used to distinguish the vector’s vertical component from its horizontal component. As a complete complex number, the horizontal and vertical quantities are written as a sum: (Figure below )
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