Lift Mode is a Nootropics company with a unique range of products. They’re mostly known for their Phenibut FAA and stock some of the best Phenibut in the business. I exclusively purchase my Phenibut from Lift Mode and wouldn’t dare go elsewhere.
Outside of their Phenibut they stock a number of other compounds of interest. They have a few pre made stacks worth checking out and their Caffeine + L-Theanine capsules are nice. It’s a real basic but effective stack I recommend to individuals new to Nootropics. Caffeine and L-Theanine are almost guaranteed to increase your focus and productivity in a safe manner. L-Theanine smooths out all the negative effects from the Caffeine like jitters and anxiety. Lots of Nootropics companies have similar stacks but it’s hard to beat Lift Modes quality.
In this post I’m going to discuss my experiences using both Phenibut HCL and FAA from Lift Mode. Perhaps you’re ready to pull the trigger on getting some Phenibut for yourself but you want the best, and you’re wondering if Lift Mode is a decent vendor.
The thing I struggled with the most when I first got in to Nootropics was finding reliable vendors for all the things I wanted to try. My first introduction to Nootropics was through a company called Peak Nootropics. I ordered a few things from them most notably Piracetam. In fact, the massive sack of Piracetam I bought from them lasted me years!
I then went on to discover Nootropics Depot who I later learned was basically the standard of the industry. They had almost every Nootropic under the sun.
When I discovered Phenibut I noticed they only stocked Phenibut HCL capsules. I was looking for Phenibut FAA in powder form. I had heard people were finding greater success with this particular version of Phenibut. It was on some random Forum where I first heard about Lift Mode.
I tried their Phenibut FAA powder and never looked back.
When it comes to Nootropics it’s hard to top the Russians. They’ve had a hand in creating some of the best Nootropics on the market. Nootropics like Noopept, Phenylpiracetam, Semax, and Phenibut are staples in many medicine cabinets. They even have a ton of little known Nootropics. Just recently I discussed my experiences with Etifoxine and in future reviews I’ll be diving deep into other interesting compounds like Mexidol, Picamilon, and Bromantane.
The problem is, where do you find these compounds? While you can find compounds like Noopept, Phenylpiracetam, and Phenibut, many of the really good stuff remains hidden.
Rupharma is a Russian vendor and stocks an impressive supply of compounds. I read about Rupharma on Reddit and began checking out their products. Their products range from Nootropics to performance enhancement, to antidepressants and anti anxiety compounds. The online store boasts an impressive amount of compounds you simply can’t find anywhere else.
In this review I’m going to break down my experiences using Etifoxine. Etifoxine (also known as Stresam) is a novel anxiolytic agent developed in Germany back in the 1960s. Since its creation it is used in over 40 countries as an anti anxiety and anti convulsant compound. It boasts a fairly impressive safety profile and carries low risk for dependency and withdrawal. In some studies, Etifoxine has been demonstrated to be equally effective as Lorazepam (ativan.)1 This is good news for people looking to manage their anxiety in a safe manner. Unfortunately, Etifoxine has not caught on in the United States and much of the currently prescribed pharmaceuticals have massive side effects. The current line of prescription drugs make the patient totally dependent on the chemical and discontinuing the drug requires a careful program of dose reduction. Sudden stoppage of such drugs can result in seizure. In fact, Benzodiazepines are one of the few drugs where withdrawal can result in death. Sudden withdrawal of drugs like Valium, Ativan, Klonopin, or Xanax result in a complete disruption of the brains electrical system, causing seizures and even death. Compounds like Etifoxine represent a safer alternative to such drugs.
Taurine is one of those compounds with a lot of mystery and false assumptions behind it. Energy drink manufacturers have been putting the stuff inside their products for years leading people to think it’s this crazy stimulating agent. Most notably, Red Bull is one such company and probably the first thing people think of when Taurine is mentioned.