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  • We’re taking a break please READ!!!

    There are some questions being thrown around lately in regard to us shutting down temporarily. We need a break, we’re going to enjoy the fruits of our labor, that’s all. Excited to add Medco to our list, we will still be carrying Pharmavol products.
    We’re in communication via Wickr and email, don't hesitate to reach out. Looking forward to doing business again on 8/25. Have a great summer.
    Thank you!

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    Can i still get the order I placed on 6/28??

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Pharmavol labs View Post
      There are some questions being thrown around lately in regard to us shutting down temporarily. We need a break, we’re going to enjoy the fruits of our labor, that’s all. Excited to add Medco to our list, we will still be carrying Pharmavol products.
      We’re in communication via Wickr and email, don't hesitate to reach out. Looking forward to doing business again on 8/25. Have a great summer.
      Thank you!
      Thanks for clarifying. I've gotten about 50 PM's in the past few days. Enjoy your summer brother.

      Sent from my moto g(7) using Tapatalk

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      • #4
        Damn it, damn it was gonna get somethings oh well enjoy your break!!!!

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        • #5
          Ya'll are AWESOME!!!!! Look forward to you returning!!!!

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          • #6
            Thank you guys!!!! Enjoy be safe! And get huge

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Dan4477 View Post
              Can i still get the order I placed on 6/28??
              Taken care great gear. Just wanted everyone to know. Solid gear

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              • #8
                I’ll be around for the ride just my ride ended up at the hospital & a quick trip to med rehab this.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by jhntruevine View Post
                  I’ll be around for the ride just my ride ended up at the hospital & a quick trip to med rehab this.
                  bro you're a mess. take care of yourself my man. no need to be in a rush to the grave. take it easy on your body my brother.

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                  • #10
                    It was gaba from Dave Palumbo site, I didn’t have 2tsp so I used my preworkout scoop which was enough to cause reaction to my regular meds. They took me with no phone, no ID or my glasses....just got my stuff yesterday & totally my decision to come here to make sure I’m strong enough to do home. I wasn’t able to eat the 12 days & had no strength. I’ve already done everything my own since being here today. I get walk around the room use the bathroom on my own turn off & lights.. I bought the mood enhancer not to get high, I wasn’t sleeping for several nights. I’ll be back in the gym next week.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by jhntruevine View Post
                      It was gaba from Dave Palumbo site, I didn’t have 2tsp so I used my preworkout scoop which was enough to cause reaction to my regular meds. They took me with no phone, no ID or my glasses....just got my stuff yesterday & totally my decision to come here to make sure I’m strong enough to do home. I wasn’t able to eat the 12 days & had no strength. I’ve already done everything my own since being here today. I get walk around the room use the bathroom on my own turn off & lights.. I bought the mood enhancer not to get high, I wasn’t sleeping for several nights. I’ll be back in the gym next week.
                      Jesus man I’m sorry to hear that. It must have. Been pure hell.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by jhntruevine View Post
                        It was gaba from Dave Palumbo site, I didn’t have 2tsp so I used my preworkout scoop which was enough to cause reaction to my regular meds. They took me with no phone, no ID or my glasses....just got my stuff yesterday & totally my decision to come here to make sure I’m strong enough to do home. I wasn’t able to eat the 12 days & had no strength. I’ve already done everything my own since being here today. I get walk around the room use the bathroom on my own turn off & lights.. I bought the mood enhancer not to get high, I wasn’t sleeping for several nights. I’ll be back in the gym next week.
                        You gotta go to rehab for that?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Bouncer View Post

                          You gotta go to rehab for that?
                          I’ve got a stupid question but here goes what is gaba

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by David6725 View Post

                            I’ve got a stupid question but here goes what is gaba
                            What is GABA?
                            Gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) is a naturally occurring amino acid that works as a neurotransmitter in your brain. Neurotransmitters function as chemical messengers. GABA is considered an inhibitory neurotransmitter because it blocks, or inhibits, certain brain signals and decreases activity in your nervous system.

                            When GABA attaches to a protein in your brain known as a GABA receptor, it produces a calming effect. This can help with feelings of anxiety, stress, and fear. It may also help to prevent seizures.

                            As a result of these properties, GABA has also become a popular supplement in recent years. This is partly because it isn’t available from many food sources. The only foods that contain GABA are fermented ones, such as kimchi, miso, and tempeh.

                            But how well do these supplements work? Read on to learn more about the science behind the potential benefits of GABA supplements.

                            Why do people take GABA supplements?
                            GABA’s natural calming effect on the brain has led to countless claims about the use of GABA supplements to reduce stress. Too much stress is linked to poor sleep, a weaker immune system, and a higher risk of depression, among other things. Here’s a closer look at the effects of stress on your body.

                            In addition, people with certain medical conditions may have lower levels of GABA. Some of these conditions include:

                            seizure disorders
                            movement disorders, such as Parkinson's disease
                            attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
                            anxiety
                            panic disorder
                            mood disorders, such as depression
                            Some people with these conditions take GABA supplements to help manage their symptoms. While this makes sense in theory, there hasn’t been much evidence to suggest that GABA supplements can help with these conditions, aside from anxiety.

                            How effective are GABA supplements?
                            Not much is known about the effectiveness of GABA supplements. In fact, experts don’t know how much GABA actually reaches the brain when consumed as a supplement or food. But some researchTrusted Source suggests that it’s only small amounts.

                            Here’s a look at some of the research behind GABA’s more popular uses.

                            Anxiety
                            According to a 2006 article, two very small studies found that participants who took a GABA supplement had increased feelings of relaxation during a stressful event than those who took a placebo or L-theanine, another popular supplement. The article also notes that the relaxing effects were felt within an hour of taking the supplement.

                            High blood pressure
                            Some small, older studies have evaluated the use of GABA-containing products for lowering blood pressure.

                            In one study from 2003, daily consumption of a fermented milk product that contained GABA reduced blood pressure in people with slighted elevated blood pressure after two to four weeks. This was compared with a placebo.

                            A 2009 study found that taking a GABA-containing Chlorella supplement twice a day reduced blood pressure in those with borderline hypertension.

                            Insomnia
                            In a small 2018 study, participants who took 300 milligrams (mg)Trusted Source of GABA an hour before going to bed feel asleep faster than those taking a placebo. They also reported improved sleep quality four weeks after starting treatment.

                            Like many other studies looking at the effects of GABA supplements in humans, this study was very small, with only 40 participants.

                            Stress and fatigue
                            A 2011 study in Japan examined the effects of a beverage containing either 25 mg or 50 mg of GABA on 30 participants. Both beverages were linked to reduced measures of mental and physical fatigue while doing a problem-solving task. But the beverage containing 50 mg appeared to be slightly more effective.

                            Another study from 2009 found that eating chocolate containing 28 mg of GABA reduced stress in participants performing a problem-solving task. In another study, taking capsules containing 100 mg of GABA reduced measures of stress in people completing an experimental mental task.

                            The results of all of these studies sound promising. But most of these studies were very small and many are out of date. Larger, more long-term studies are needed to fully understand the benefits of GABA supplements.

                            What are the side effects of GABA supplements?
                            The potential side effects of GABA supplements haven’t been properly studied, so it’s hard to know what to expect.

                            Some commonly reported side effects include:

                            upset stomach
                            headache
                            sleepiness
                            muscle weakness
                            Since GABA can make some people sleepy, you shouldn’t drive or operate machinery after taking GABA until you know how it affects you.

                            It’s also not clear whether GABA interacts with any medications or other supplements. If you want to try GABA, consider talking to a doctor first. Make sure to tell them about any prescription or over-the-counter medications you take, including herbs and other supplements. They can give you a better idea of potential interactions to watch for while taking GABA.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Bouncer View Post

                              What is GABA?
                              Gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) is a naturally occurring amino acid that works as a neurotransmitter in your brain. Neurotransmitters function as chemical messengers. GABA is considered an inhibitory neurotransmitter because it blocks, or inhibits, certain brain signals and decreases activity in your nervous system.

                              When GABA attaches to a protein in your brain known as a GABA receptor, it produces a calming effect. This can help with feelings of anxiety, stress, and fear. It may also help to prevent seizures.

                              As a result of these properties, GABA has also become a popular supplement in recent years. This is partly because it isn’t available from many food sources. The only foods that contain GABA are fermented ones, such as kimchi, miso, and tempeh.

                              But how well do these supplements work? Read on to learn more about the science behind the potential benefits of GABA supplements.

                              Why do people take GABA supplements?
                              GABA’s natural calming effect on the brain has led to countless claims about the use of GABA supplements to reduce stress. Too much stress is linked to poor sleep, a weaker immune system, and a higher risk of depression, among other things. Here’s a closer look at the effects of stress on your body.

                              In addition, people with certain medical conditions may have lower levels of GABA. Some of these conditions include:

                              seizure disorders
                              movement disorders, such as Parkinson's disease
                              attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
                              anxiety
                              panic disorder
                              mood disorders, such as depression
                              Some people with these conditions take GABA supplements to help manage their symptoms. While this makes sense in theory, there hasn’t been much evidence to suggest that GABA supplements can help with these conditions, aside from anxiety.

                              How effective are GABA supplements?
                              Not much is known about the effectiveness of GABA supplements. In fact, experts don’t know how much GABA actually reaches the brain when consumed as a supplement or food. But some researchTrusted Source suggests that it’s only small amounts.

                              Here’s a look at some of the research behind GABA’s more popular uses.

                              Anxiety
                              According to a 2006 article, two very small studies found that participants who took a GABA supplement had increased feelings of relaxation during a stressful event than those who took a placebo or L-theanine, another popular supplement. The article also notes that the relaxing effects were felt within an hour of taking the supplement.

                              High blood pressure
                              Some small, older studies have evaluated the use of GABA-containing products for lowering blood pressure.

                              In one study from 2003, daily consumption of a fermented milk product that contained GABA reduced blood pressure in people with slighted elevated blood pressure after two to four weeks. This was compared with a placebo.

                              A 2009 study found that taking a GABA-containing Chlorella supplement twice a day reduced blood pressure in those with borderline hypertension.

                              Insomnia
                              In a small 2018 study, participants who took 300 milligrams (mg)Trusted Source of GABA an hour before going to bed feel asleep faster than those taking a placebo. They also reported improved sleep quality four weeks after starting treatment.

                              Like many other studies looking at the effects of GABA supplements in humans, this study was very small, with only 40 participants.

                              Stress and fatigue
                              A 2011 study in Japan examined the effects of a beverage containing either 25 mg or 50 mg of GABA on 30 participants. Both beverages were linked to reduced measures of mental and physical fatigue while doing a problem-solving task. But the beverage containing 50 mg appeared to be slightly more effective.

                              Another study from 2009 found that eating chocolate containing 28 mg of GABA reduced stress in participants performing a problem-solving task. In another study, taking capsules containing 100 mg of GABA reduced measures of stress in people completing an experimental mental task.

                              The results of all of these studies sound promising. But most of these studies were very small and many are out of date. Larger, more long-term studies are needed to fully understand the benefits of GABA supplements.

                              What are the side effects of GABA supplements?
                              The potential side effects of GABA supplements haven’t been properly studied, so it’s hard to know what to expect.

                              Some commonly reported side effects include:

                              upset stomach
                              headache
                              sleepiness
                              muscle weakness
                              Since GABA can make some people sleepy, you shouldn’t drive or operate machinery after taking GABA until you know how it affects you.

                              It’s also not clear whether GABA interacts with any medications or other supplements. If you want to try GABA, consider talking to a doctor first. Make sure to tell them about any prescription or over-the-counter medications you take, including herbs and other supplements. They can give you a better idea of potential interactions to watch for while taking GABA.
                              As always you are an encyclopedia thank you

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