Amyloban 3399 (Lion's Mane) discussion


#43

I’m starting my third week on Amyloban 3399. The differences for me have been subtle. I’m not struggling to find words like I used to. One night, I forgot to take my Zyprexa but experienced no positive symptoms during the next day or two like I usually do when I forget.

I’m hoping the Amyloban 3399 can get my short-term memory back to a normal range. I’ve been evaluated and it’s pretty bad. So I guess I am using it mostly as a nootropic and not something to control the sza symptoms.

I also restarted taking the sarcosine today as someone said it made their sarcosine work better.

I have not noticed any side effects whatsoever.


#44

Thanks for the info, guys. I have been hoping to try this for me but seeing the stuff on neuropathy was amazing. I plan on buying some for him to try. He saw good relief with high mg cbd, but it Is too expensive to keep up with.


#45

Another day, and further decreases in white noise. Now only at bedtime and almost inaudible


#46

So, that’s three people in the thread so far with much less voices. Good stuff.


#47

That’s kind of interesting … Hmmm…


#48

Just to be clear, I’m still going to take my medications, but it is a relief to know if I forget I don’t have to worry.


#50

I think I’ll wait to see how paliperidone works for me first. I’ll have to discontinue using seroquel, depakote and latuda probably.


#51

That’s a good idea.

I don’t consider Lion’s Mane a first-line treatment, more of a second-line treatment that takes care of breakthrough symptoms.

I’ve recovered, but not enough to completely get off antipsychotics. I managed to halve my dose after two months though (only reduce medication with a psychiatrist’s approval.)


#52

I have multiple physical disabilities that are currently on the process of being diagnosed. I wonder if it will help with my condition as well.


#53

If it’s nerve related amyloban might help. My back pain is almost all gone


#54

No voices today and only 5 min of white noise. Thank you invega and amyloban


#55

How much voices were you getting before?


#56

Are you on pills or injection?


#57

6mg pills 151515


#58

I was getting clear voices every time I laid in bed which was in the afternoon and at night


#59

Do you experience any anhedonia?


#60

Not right now, I have. I was recently put on Prozac


#61

Just ordered some. Interested to see if it helps.


#62

@Om_Sadasiva what do you think about Amyloban 3399? Seeing as you are med resistant, if it really works at reducing positive symptoms, it could provide you with some relief


#63

My current combo (zyprexa, abilify, haldol) seems to work