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PostPosted: Sat Aug 10, 2013 12:25 pm 
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healingwaters wrote:
I think caffeine in general can elevate mood. I always have a couple NOS's when I'm done with my morning suboxone dose. Or I'll go to a real coffee shop. For some reason I can't drink home made coffee.

But I do love NOS. I hate to say it but that's pretty much all that I drink.



I knew there was going to be another energy drink person in this. For me it's redbull. Although while I was ON subs it would equal an instant (like within 10mins) crash and nap but now I'm off subs it is a little overwhelming lol. I don't get it I would think I'd have a tolerance to caffeine by now with the amounts I drink....I just love the taste of an ice cold redbull, although I did stop drinking caffeine during acute WD so maybe that lowered my tolerance?


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 Post subject: Re: Coffee&Depression
PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2013 10:43 pm 
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Ahhh yes, energy drinks have saved me many days!

Although I don't like the NOS or RedBull. My favorite is the Monster extra strength with Nitrus. You know, the ones with the twist off lid that smokes when you open it??? Ahhh, so good!
If your into the more natural stuff, another good one is put out by the LIMU company. It's called Blue Frog...that one doesn't have a super caffeinated kick, it's kind of a cleaner energy feeling, but it lasts ALL DAY! A bit more expensive though, I give $4 a piece for those since you have to buy them from a LIMU juice provider. It's a nice treat about once a month.

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