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konnart
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PostPosted: Fri 15 Oct, 2004  Reply with quote

Some of you might find this interesting, it's a potion for inducing dreams. And according to this it sounds like it really works.

http://www.erowid.org/spirit/dreaming/dreaming_info1. shtml



Thanks Crowe, that stuff you talk about sounds pretty interesting and maybe I can find in GNC what they talk about in this link. Keep me posted.

http://www.erowid.org/experiences/exp.php?ID=2247

This bottom link is pretty interesting. Because it was posted by some guy named Pedro....... Maybe it's LD4all's long lost Pedro. uhh




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PostPosted: Fri 15 Oct, 2004  Reply with quote

Is it working for you?


Current LD goal(s): Have a few LDs without losing too much sleep
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PostPosted: Sat 16 Oct, 2004  Reply with quote

just got back from GNC and bought all of the ingredients mentioned above, including the SLEEP NATURALY,
i just have a few question's before trying it.
does anybody know what high doses of B-6 does to the body,
another thing is, pedro says take 1mg, while the other guy says to take 1 gram, and yet the other guy says that 50mg's is the normal dose.
Can anyone enlighten me on these dosages before i begin the experiment, thanx.


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PostPosted: Sun 17 Oct, 2004  Reply with quote

i tried the experiment last night and what a total disapointment...
i woke up feeling like mierda this morning.....
i had alot of dreams yeah but they were all incomprehensible...
it was like i had on the fast foward button in my mind....
it wasnt untill this morning that, iguess because of the effects wearing off that i had interesting but very weird dreams.....
but i completely forgot them because i didnt write them down, due to the fact of how i woke up feeling this morning....
i was afraid to take the full dose of b-6 so i only took 600mg's, the rest i took acordingly.
i wont be trying this again, i dont like waking up sick......


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PostPosted: Sun 17 Oct, 2004  Reply with quote

Crowe, I made a special trip to GNC after your post about the sleeping aid. I have wicked bouts with sleeping. There are months that I fall right to sleep and there are spells that I'm in now that I can't fall asleep.

Anyhow, I tried it last night and took 2 pills (the label suggested 1 or 2). I fell asleep rather quickly and couldn't believe my dreams. I have no problem remembering my dreams but last night I remembered all 100 of them. Just joking. But I must have had at least 10. I would wake up during the night as usual and as soon as my head hit the pillow again, I was dreaming. I had a hard time staying in one dream. I had a similar effect of what konnart wrote. It was all happening so fast. One of the weirdest things was that I was awake and swore I was still dreaming.

The only thing I didn't like was that I was actually groggy for the most part of today. So maybe 2 was too much for me. How many did u take? And did u have more than one dream?


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PostPosted: Sun 17 Oct, 2004  Reply with quote

Its common that you are groggy after taking melatonin.I normally take it with magnesium and b6.Such combo works best so far.

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PostPosted: Mon 18 Oct, 2004  Reply with quote

good luck crowe, I'm almost afraid to take it again.

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PostPosted: Tue 19 Oct, 2004  Reply with quote

Well, I did give it another try last night because I've been having such a hard time sleeping. I was weary because I felt like I was on a super fast roller coaster the first time I took it. All my dreams came so quickly and ended the same. When I woke up I was groggy and confused. I had all these visions in my head and it took me a while to organize them and recognize each one as a different dream.

Last night I slept for more than a couple hours and it wasn't 4 in the morning when I fell asleep it was more like 1230. Which for me is a blessing. Dream recall was the same as the first. I had like 4/5 dreams this time but I haven't become lucid with them yet. Which is my ulitmate goal now that hopefully this stuff will give me a normal sleep pattern again.


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PostPosted: Wed 20 Oct, 2004  Reply with quote

I haven't taken any tonight and it's 1am. Not even remotely tired. How long did you take them for?

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PostPosted: Fri 22 Oct, 2004  Reply with quote

Im trying the sleep nat. today, hopfully it dont do what the other stuff did.........

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PostPosted: Fri 22 Oct, 2004  Reply with quote

Okay, update on this stuff.

I took some again last night. And it does truly help you get some sleep. The only suggestion is that you take it early on.

The good thing is that you remember far more dreams than a normal night's slumber.

WARNING This stuff although found in GNC and without a prescription is medication and anyone considering it should really really be careful.


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PostPosted: Sun 04 Dec, 2005  Reply with quote

i have taken SLEEP NATURALLY in the past, and it gave me the longest, clearest, lucid dream i have ever had. I cant wait to get a new bottle of it.

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PostPosted: Mon 05 Dec, 2005  Reply with quote

Hi guys,

Im new to the forum and just making my way around all the helpful tips and suggestions to induce lucid dreaming. Im from the uk and decided to go into my local gnc to purchase sleep naturally, to my disappointment they dont sell it, but I did purchase something called 'Natrasleep' which contains Hops powder extract equivalent to 167mg of Hops powder, Valerian Powder extract, equivalent to 250mg of Valerian Powder as well as some other ingredients. I'l be taking some tonight, hopefully I'll experience something other than the usual! Can only but try...


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