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pharmagaba lactic acid, histamine

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by kisekishiawase, Jan 14, 2015.

  1. kisekishiawase

    kisekishiawase sad

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    I read Pharmagaba info on the website and wonder if it will effect lactate and histamine for people with histamine, lactate issue since it used fermentation Lactobacillus?

    Any insight on this matter?:confused:
    Thank you :)
     
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  2. PeterPositive

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    Hi,
    I have problems with histamine and high histamine food and I take GABA without any side effects.
    I take it only if I need it. If I am not particularly anxious or wired I don't take it. My dosage is 250mg 1-2 day, depending on how I feel.

    Lately I've been using ashwaganda and it seems like a good substitute/alternative to GABA, in terms of anxiety control or sleep aid.

    cheers
     
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  3. adreno

    adreno PR activist

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    No. The bacteria is used in the fermentation process, it's not in the end product.
     
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  4. kisekishiawase

    kisekishiawase sad

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    Thanks for sharing :)
    But was the one you use also pharmagaba?
    Cause it sats its different than other gaba supplement.
     
  5. PeterPositive

    PeterPositive Senior Member

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    I take GABA, but it's not the same product. I am not sure how this product is different, most GABA supplements are obtained via fermentation.
    Could be marketing hype? :)
     
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  6. kisekishiawase

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    @PeterPositive well they stated that other gaba uses synthetic so its different.
    http://www.natural-pharmagaba.com/q-and-a.html
    However i read on aor website which stated negative things about pharmagaba
    http://www.aor.ca/faq/gaba/
    I didnt know it contains milk and dextrose, fructose, stearic acid and xylitol:confused:
    Maybe different types.
     
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    @PeterPositive I see. Kirkman is a good brand and its hypoallergenic. But it seems different than the pharmagaba so i guess it has different effect. :confused:
     
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    I doubt it :)
     
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    Hey, very new to the forum , but thought of suggesting one more place which is very useful (link removed because it's spam) .They offer very good products at reasonable prices..
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  11. heyitisjustin

    heyitisjustin Senior Member

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    Pharmagaba is supposed to cross the Blood Brain barrier better than plain old GABA. There are other alternatives that also cross the BBB but those are reported to be addictive. I take Pharmagaba and it seems to do more than GABA (which did very little for me) and not muck with my histamine issues.
     

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