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Unread 07-24-2018, 11:32 PM
nomadlifter nomadlifter is offline
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Default Nicotine before Bromocriptine Dose

I'm thinking about using 2 mg of nicotine at 6am when I do my fast cardio (incline walking)

I was planning on taking bromocriptine at 8am with my first meal

Is this a bad idea? would the nicotine cause any issues with the broom. Ive read in the bromocriptine book that it could cause side effects if taken at the same time

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Unread 07-25-2018, 12:35 AM
PhysiologyIsPhun PhysiologyIsPhun is offline
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Nicotine won't stay in your system that long. And honestly I'm super addicted to nicotine and I didn't have a problem using it with bromo. It actually gave me more of a buzz, I guess almost sometimes to the point it was too much. It seemed to decrease my desire to do it as well. But anyway, you'll be fine. Just monitor how you're feeling when chewing the gum as I'm not sure what the half life of bromo is. If anything, I'd be worried about your previous day's dose affecting how you feel using the nicotine gum the next day.
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Unread 07-26-2018, 10:12 PM
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thanks for the reply

Bromo half life is 15 hours if i recall correctly from the book.

I'm just looking for a little kick for the morning cardio. Unsure if i will use nicotine. Maybe tyrosine and caffeine but again Ive read issues with that combination

the best pre cardio stack ive used iMO was caffeine, tyrosine and phenylpiracetam. But have no idea if that will cause issues with bromo.
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