What is NAC?

What is NAC? 1515151515

Just a supplement


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I felt like I was being controlled before NAC. After I used NAC I don’t think I’m being controlled.


What dosage do you take?

Sometimes I take 1800 mg 3 times a day(600 mg per dose). Sometimes I take 2400 mg 4 times a day.

It’s probably smart to use the 1000 mg tablets and take it twice a day. I bought the 600 mg.


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@TheBest when you say being controlled, did you mean someone was controlling your body or mind?

Yes either a satellite or some type of religious spirit. God. I really have no idea.

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Based on the double blind research above I’ve decided to give it a go.

The research used 1200mg a day. I’ve ordered the now 1000mg pills. I’ll try 1000mg a day and see what happens.

From webmd.com :

N-acetyl cysteine is LIKELY SAFE for most adults, when used as a prescription medication. It can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea or constipation. Rarely, it can cause rashes, fever, headache, drowsiness, low blood pressure, and liver problems.


When inhaled (breathed into the lungs), it can also cause swelling in the mouth, runny nose, drowsiness, clamminess, and chest tightness.

N-acetyl cysteine has an unpleasant odor that may make it hard to take.

Special Precautions & Warnings:
Pregnancy or breast-feeding: N-acetyl cysteine is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth, delivered through a hole in the windpipe, or breathed in. N-acetyl cysteine crosses the placenta, but there is no evidence so far linking it with harm to the unborn child or mother. However, N-acetyl cysteine should only be used in pregnant women when clearly needed, such as in cases of acetaminophen toxicity.

There is not enough reliable information about the safety of taking N-acetyl cysteine if you are breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.

Allergy: Don’t use N-acetyl cysteine if you are allergic to acetyl cysteine.

Asthma: There is a concern that N-acetyl cysteine might cause bronchospasm in people with asthma if inhaled or taken by mouth or through a tube in the windpipe. If you take N-acetyl cysteine and have asthma, you should be monitored by your healthcare provider.

Bleeding disorder. N-acetyl cysteine might slow blood clotting. There is concern that N-acetyl cysteine might increase the risk of bruising and bleeding in people with bleeding disorders.

Surgery. N-acetyl cysteine might slow blood clotting. This might increase the risk of bleeding during and after surgery. Stop taking N-acetyl cysteine at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

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Dude, that’s one of my symptoms @TheBest I thought they were tactile hallucinations but recently came to the idea that someone might be controlling me. Ill try your dosage per day and report what I feel.

It feels like the NAC disrupts the communication to whoever uses the mind control. Maybe it just makes you saner. Good luck @DNA. I hope it works out for you.

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What country are you from @DNA?

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Canada. Yourself?

Unite States…

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