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      use of Fasoracetam in conjunction with Baclofen, may help with memory / amnesia

      On reddit today I read someone suggesting Fasoracetam for phenibut withdrawal, this peaked my interest given that phenibut like baclofen is a gaba-b agonist. I checked out the wiki which is quite interesting

      Fasoracetam

      Fasoracetam appears to act as a GABAB receptor antagonist. It has been shown to block memory disruptions caused by Baclofen, a GABA B agonist.[2] Fasoracetam upregulates GABA B receptors after repeat dosing.[3]
      I remember reading a study a few weeks back, i really should have posted it

      The GABAB receptor agonist, baclofen, contributes to three distinct varieties of amnesia in the human brain A detailed case report

      It's a running joke with my SO that my memory is terrible, but I never attributed it to baclofen, seemed like it was terrible when i was drinking daily and remains so, perhaps even worse, though i cant remember :P

      Anyway, I wonder if anyone has heard of Fasoracetam and has more information on it. Perhaps it's useful when taking high dose baclofen to reverse memory problems. However its a gaba-b receptor antagonist and baclofen is an agonist, so shouldnt they contradict each other? The wiki mentions it affecting those with impaired memories from taking baclofen but doesnt mention if they are still taking baclofen. Briefly looking at the studies in the links its not clear either.

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      I used to take Piracetam for similar reasons, but in the last few years it has become impossible to find in the US. This one is really intriguing. I would be interested in trying it.

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      Neo- I spent only a short amount of time researching Fasoracetam. Very, very interesting. I think that there is a lot to be learned and discovered in information found in your post. Thank u for sharing this info.
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      Does somebody got an answer ?
      Is it possible to mix Fasoracetam with baclofen?
      I am trying to taper down baclofen with Fasoracetam

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      I bought something like that on the internet. In all the time I have posted here, no one has ever mentioned Fasoracetam or any of the similar nootropics and I don't think any doctor in the world will have any idea about it since there are only a handful still getting into treating with baclofen, so, no, no one has an answer.

      Although, from the OP's wiki entry it would appear that some rats who are on baclofen have benefited from it. No more forgetting where they left their keys.
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      In addiction, suppression of symptoms should suppress the disease altogether since addiction is, as he observed, a "symptom-driven disease". Of all "anticraving medications used in animals, only one - baclofen - has the unique property of suppressing the motivation to consume cocaine, heroin, alcohol, nicotine and d-amphetamine"

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      no one really knows, these are studies on rats, but they are of interest for the reason i said in the original post. if you take fasoracetam and high dose baclofen no one can confidently say what will happen, you're a guinea pig and potentially playing with fire.

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      Re: use of Fasoracetam in conjunction with Baclofen, may help with memory / amnesia

      Quote Originally Posted by yaniv1512 View Post
      Does somebody got an answer ?
      Is it possible to mix Fasoracetam with baclofen?
      I am trying to taper down baclofen with Fasoracetam
      @yaniv1512, If you're still around these neck of the woods. How'd it work? I'm currently at the same point as where you were in tapering down Baclofen and am interested in Fasoracetam.
      Last edited by haltme; November 20th, 2017 at 06:35 PM.

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