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I bought it anyway at The Vitamin Shoppe!
it's called "GABA Soothe"
Has GABA plus l-theanine plus ashwaganda
Supposed to be good for overstressed brains.

Can B's and A's share this item with good results?

I'm all out of Baccopa, and took my Glutathione.


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Quoted from Seraffa
I bought it anyway at The Vitamin Shoppe!
it's called "GABA Soothe"
Has GABA plus l-theanine plus ashwaganda
Supposed to be good for overstressed brains.

Can B's and A's share this item with good results?

I'm all out of Baccopa, and took my Glutathione.


Never min -- just found it in the Archives!! *downing some now*.....


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Tastes a bit like bitter chicken soup bullion if you chew it......nom nom nom  

I hope I can shut up tonight!!


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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GABAA-rho_receptor

do you use it as an anxiolyticum or to maintain sleep patterns


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Right now I take two GABA capsules a day.  They seem to be helping a bit.  

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