Appetite Supressant Threads

Hello fellow cutting anons, ITT we discuss ways to deal with hunger. The cutting system I use is pretty simple. Intermittent fasting + calorie restriction. I skip breakfast (usually easy) and try to have a late lunch + light dinner. My biggest point of failure is the immense hunger I feel sometimes at night when I'm trying to go to sleep. During the day I can smash endless cups of coffee but for obvious reasons I avoid that at night. My plan is to get some metamucil in the next few days and try that instead. It's a fibre drink that theoretically should make you feel full but without adding many extra calories. Has anyone here tried anything like that? Or otherwise got tips?

  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    why would you do that bullshit when you can drink coffee/water, pop a rauwolscine and fast

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      What is rauwolscine?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Derivative of Yohimbi

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Idk go ask edtwt

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    that pic is the exact opposite of appetite suppressant if you know what I mean

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous
  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just drink more water throughout the day.
    And stay busy - most people eat out of boredom or emotion. No need for supplements, though intermittent fasting is good if you can stay consistent.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >And stay busy - most people eat out of boredom or emotion.
      Spot on. This is why night time is the hardest. Once I've finished work, worked out, etc there's just nothing to distract me beyond tv/internet. Perhaps another strategy might be to try and eat as late as possible for this very reason, one meal a day maybe.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Or eat less early in the day so you have a bunch of calories left over to eat at night. Night comes and you can stuff yourself with good healthy food to the point where you dont have space for snacks.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    This picture is over 10 years old but she has an onlyfans now if you want to see her as a milf

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Who is this? Asking for a friend

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Diora Baird

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Thanks anon
          Oh shit, i was going to say, she looks like that girl in Stan Helsing. Thats her!

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    She could lose some weight.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The solution is not to stop feeling hungry; the sensation of hunger is the sensation of losing fat. The solution is to learn how to acknowledge hunger and allow it to pass. To experience the burning and not feel obligated to sate it.

    If you are early in the cut (first 1-3 weeks), understand that you will feel less hungry by week 4.
    If you have already been cutting for a month, you may be too obsessed with food. Extremely rigid dieting with intermittent fasting can cause you to become totally obsessed with eating, down to planning exactly what you will eat meals in advance.
    If this is your case, allow yourself a snack when it feels right, taking the calories out of your largest meal. Don't allot exact calorie amounts for each meal, and give more flexibility to where/when you eat your daily calories. If you feel absolutely obligated to go 200 calories over, just go on a jog and consider it square.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The solution is not to stop feeling hungry; the sensation of hunger is the sensation of losing fat. The solution is to learn how to acknowledge hunger and allow it to pass. To experience the burning and not feel obligated to sate it.
      Fantastic advice.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Injectable semaglutide and other GLP-1 agonists. Nothing else compares for appetite suppression with minimal side-effects.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >semaglutide
      Would be nice. I'm a kiwibro, doubt we'll be seeing this out my way for a long time.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Where do you buy it online thats legit, also how do you reconstitute, it I'm a retard.

      I just tried getting a Lira prescription but I'm on poor mans healthcare and need a real doc to sign it off (for free if I get it prescribed however). Or else it's to ye old sketchy market

      I need something so potent I just forget to eat. I think about food 24/7 and the only way to not is to do OMAD/IF but the second I break my IF I get ravenous 2 hours later. and it persists I then just binge on all my food and dont eat the rest of the day, repeat.

      I have to drink 2 gallons of water to spread meals out, or eat 2lbs of food each meal. I've already tried everything else.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Me and you both brother. Part of the weight loss battle is the seesaw effect, I slowly lose my mind after a long enough period cutting that my desire to eat freely dominates my every waking thought.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I'm actually stagnated. For the last 6 months I've been yo-yoing.. It's really fucking stupid and I should be maintaining and I can only confess this to a stranger it's so embarrassing. I've lost 250+ pounds (from my starting weight) and have 40 more before I want loose skin surgery and 60 more before my ultimate goal weight.

          I need to lose 40 more, but I cant fucking stop binging on day 7, it consumes my waking thoughts. I had to stop in may because I was passing out and shit like I got sick, I think I was to lean/dieting to long and got 10% bf symptoms at 200 fucking pounds. Anyways, binged up 45 pounds, lost 25 again, been stuck since. I'm thinking of biting the bullet and maintaining until Jan 1st, while i look for a Semaglutide source.

          But the emotions I felt until April 30th, the drive, I gave it my literal all until I had to stop, and I haven't had the drive since, I think once a get a surgery date I'll be back in business, but fuck. I was force feeding myself because my body wasnt even making me hungry anymore, but I was starving the entire time, I haven't had that feeling since. I can't even describe it 6 months later. Imagine the hungriest you've ever been, all you think about is food, but you feel disgusted at the thought of eating. It was something with my CNS and Hormones were so fatigued (15g of fat a day for 7 months lmao)

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Dear god what a journey. I am so fucking impressed that you lost 250 pounds, that is mind boggling. Congratulations man. You probably know more about weight loss than most, you've lived it so don't beat yourself down over a few hurdles at the end. I've found in life that I get much better results when I work on my mental journey, i.e., the story I tell about what I'm doing. It takes some discipline but finding a more positive way to talk about your journey, where you've been and where you're going is really the key to getting that mindset of belief that's required for success in hard areas. I know you can overcome this because I see you've already overcome other incredible hurdles. It won't always be easy and it isn't meant to be easy. I personally am grateful for that. If I had everything easy who would I be? A douchebag probably giving out terrible advice on twitter while huffing my own farts. I'm grateful to have it hard because I'm grateful not to be that. You find your own story bro, I'm sure there's stuff you're grateful for even in these challenges.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >250+ pounds
            Nice job anon. I 'only' lost 120lbs but based on what you described it sounds like you'd do well to have a maintenance period and let your body adjust to your new weight to avoid becoming food focused and fall into maladaptive eating habits. It might not feel like it, but maintaining your new weight is a major victory in and of itself - something like 90% of dieters fail to do that because they don't take the long view on things. Keep counting calories and keep eating whole/low-calorie-density foods, but consider eating at maintenance for awhile.
            >Semaglutide source
            unewlife

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        unewlife
        Reconstituting involves injecting bac water into the peptide vial and that's it. You can buy insulin needles and bac water on amazon

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I was actually going to use this site, thanks bro I'm looking at it for SURE now.

          I meant like the formula, I'm a retard and didn't realize that the amount of mL you put is the amount of mgs is in it

          What I meant by this is I thought there was some magic equation to 2mL of BAC for 5mg of Sema, no, it's just if I use 5mL of BAC for 5mg of Sema, if I want 1mg I take 1mL out, if I want 0.5mg I take 0.5mL out

          my math is right in the end there right? cause that's what I'm gonna do, 1:1 mL to mg, unless there is a better method.

          I planned on doing 0.25 for a week and increasing until I feel it, then only upping as needed. I was gonna by the 2.5*10 to start. How do you store it personally? I heard unconstituted lasts years, but once it hits BAC it's got 56~ days

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >cause that's what I'm gonna do, 1:1 mL to mg, unless there is a better method.
            >it's just if I use 5mL of BAC for 5mg of Sema, if I want 1mg I take 1mL out, if I want 0.5mg I take 0.5mL out
            That is correct. Mine is 2mg so I reconstitute with 2ml and then draw 0.2ml / 20 units (insulin needles sometimes say 'units') for 0.2mg for my daily injection. I would store in your fridge once reconstituted, or at least keep it away from light/heat. Yes unconstituted will last years. Definitely start on the lower end (I believe doctors recommend 0.5mg), otherwise prepared to get hit with GI distress and headaches. With my first few injections I got major flushing, minor headaches, and minor nausea. After a week I stopped getting those and am now on 1mg weekly without any issues. It's a very effective drug.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              I'm gonna start at 0.5 cuz i'm a fat mother fucker, but yeah I only wanna bump once needed, I'm using for 8 months, this is including Taper time, so my appetite wont just skyrocket, thanks again.

              >250+ pounds
              Nice job anon. I 'only' lost 120lbs but based on what you described it sounds like you'd do well to have a maintenance period and let your body adjust to your new weight to avoid becoming food focused and fall into maladaptive eating habits. It might not feel like it, but maintaining your new weight is a major victory in and of itself - something like 90% of dieters fail to do that because they don't take the long view on things. Keep counting calories and keep eating whole/low-calorie-density foods, but consider eating at maintenance for awhile.
              >Semaglutide source
              unewlife

              I really need to, but the lose lose lose mindset is so shit. I felt good for a minute, like I said if I pull the trigger on Sema, I'll maintain until it arrives.

              https://i.imgur.com/AId5MAF.jpg

              >The way I go about a fast is like imagine wiping your PC, it's shitty, real shitty, but then you build it back from scratch, exactly how you want it.
              We got the wisest anons up in here today, this thread is blessed.

              I only though about it becuz I just got a new pc... but it's true after I typed it I was like wtf wait.

              As for the appetite/cravings shit, you'll notice cravings gone instantly (after the fast), but the appetite may need 1-2 more, I recommend a full fast, and if it doesnt work " ", wait a month, then add some mini 24-48s, but remember that fasting is not a good idea to do it a lot (not IF OMAD I mean the real shit). Use it as a tool. Also consider when you bulk/maintain to reduce your food volume overtime, during a cut you need more to feel "full" and this distends your gut, hence why I need so much to feel full, and that ErikTheElectric guy is a freak. It can be fixed, it's just a b i t c h

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    How do you increase appetite tho?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Movement of any kind, even walking, will increase appetite but nothing makes you hungrier than a big weights session.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Swim in cold water.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      have a midnight pickle m8
      sipping hot water or broth is also good for feeling human when you're feeling like cold shit

      just eat moar and you'll get used to it
      a dozen eggs can feel like nothing, and you'll chug 32oz of milk after that kek
      the opposite is also true

      Fittest way to an hero?

      old age
      but you're the last human on earth, having outlived them all

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >

        https://i.imgur.com/34qt5GJ.png

        Hello fellow cutting anons, ITT we discuss ways to deal with hunger. The cutting system I use is pretty simple. Intermittent fasting + calorie restriction. I skip breakfast (usually easy) and try to have a late lunch + light dinner. My biggest point of failure is the immense hunger I feel sometimes at night when I'm trying to go to sleep. During the day I can smash endless cups of coffee but for obvious reasons I avoid that at night. My plan is to get some metamucil in the next few days and try that instead. It's a fibre drink that theoretically should make you feel full but without adding many extra calories. Has anyone here tried anything like that? Or otherwise got tips?(You)(OP)
        >have a midnight pickle m8
        >sipping hot water or broth is also good for feeling human when you're feeling like cold shit
        >
        >

        How do you increase appetite tho?


        >just eat moar and you'll get used to it
        >a dozen eggs can feel like nothing, and you'll chug 32oz of milk after that kek
        >the opposite is also true
        >
        >

        Fittest way to an hero?


        >old age
        >but you're the last human on earth, having outlived them all

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Diora Baird is such a dream girl

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    BOOBS BOOBS TITTIES HONKERS MELONS BOOBS BREASTS BAZOONGAS BOOBIES BADONKERS BOOBS KNOCKERS MILKY MILKY BOOBIES BADONKERS BONGOS BOOBS

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The three best appetite suppresants I have encountered, in order
    >cocaine/amphetamines
    >cigarettes
    >coffee
    Not advisable to do copious amounts of coke every day when cutting/fasting and coffee gives me the shits so I just chainsmoke cigs when fasting or on a cut. When bulking I only smoke on weekends If im out drinking but when cutting I'll smoke through the week just to suppress my appetite. Works a charm

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you throw ADHD meds under amphetamines, I have to say they're the GOAT appetite suppressant because you can scam your insurance company into paying for them.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >you can scam your insurance company into paying for them.
        I dont have to scam anyone into buying any medication for me because I live in a first world country with universal healthcare

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you throw ADHD meds under amphetamines, I have to say they're the GOAT appetite suppressant because you can scam your insurance company into paying for them.

      >take ADHD meds, smoke like a pack a day, drink coffee
      >still over-eat and crave sweets constantly
      It's over for me isn't it bros...

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >>take ADHD meds, smoke like a pack a day, drink coffee
        over-eat and crave sweets constantly
        >It's over for me isn't it bros...
        No. My ex was a skinny crack addict looking thing who would exercise 20 hours a week dancing, heavy smoker, would never eat proper meals but lived off sugary snacks all day everyday. She did 10 days of keto (which she hated), the first three days were absolute hell, then she basically never craved sugar again. 3 days was all it took to cure a genuine addiction. She became much healthier looking and even gained a bit of weight. We were together for probably 3 years more after that and she never ever went back to craving sweets. You can do it bro, just give no carb for a few days. It's honestly piss easy, bacon and eggs for breakfast, chicken breast for lunch, steak for dinner. Obviously not the dream diet but a few days might be all it takes.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Ironically, I agree sorta with this anon. If you have never attempted a Fast or a Low Carb Diet, try it. Fasting fixed me when I was fat, I'm gonna do it after Christmas to reset my pallate, RIP my gainzzzz, but fuck man, you gotta do what it takes to make it sometimes.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Ironically, I agree sorta with this anon. If you have never attempted a Fast or a Low Carb Diet, try it. Fasting fixed me when I was fat, I'm gonna do it after Christmas to reset my pallate, RIP my gainzzzz, but fuck man, you gotta do what it takes to make it sometimes.

          Does that work if you still include artificial sweeteners?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Personally, which is also anecdotally, they don't make a difference to me, BUT READ MY NEXT LINE (sorry i type like an autist)

            I personally never had an ill effect with AS ever, I would drink a 2 liter no problem but never so much as touch a can of coke. I do not consume them DURING the fast, and I also try to minimize them alongside sweets after the fast/lcd

            Anyways heres a ramble

            The way I go about a fast is like imagine wiping your PC, it's shitty, real shitty, but then you build it back from scratch, exactly how you want it. Slowly re-add foods you want to eat back forever, and occasionally treat yourself even later than that. If you ever pig out or something, BOOM, you just learned a trigger food, most people have them.

            If you do a short fast 24-72 hours, do 1 once a month. As you are probably just going for a full reset like myself, I'd hit a 72-132 hour fast (even 7 days, but that's assured mass loss wtf). anything after 72 is probably hitting muscle. With that being said, allegedly the "max" benefit is a 5.5 day fast for naturals. Done 2-4 months out of the year.

            I'm schizo of it myself, but I've only really heard good things about it, just be sure you have an exit strategy and are properly nutritious prior to the fast, and yeah, the first 3 days suck the most ass, and refill with electrolytes. /fasttards/ have an occasional fast right, but I think it's bad long term strategy.

            also it shrinks your stomach over time, reducing appetite, you will get hungry at your usual feeding windows, but the longer the fast the less you eat so the more those get muffled, and you most likely will want to binge if you break it early, so be careful with that. Like I said treat it like reseting your body, make your week after a fast (if 3-7days) the "ideal week". Then try to ride it until you inevitably get a snickers bar shoved in your face and have to say fuck it yk.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              damn brother I feel bad you typed all that and I'm heading out the door so I can't give you a quality reply at the moment but I will be reading it when I get back and thank you for the advice.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Not really but it people say it effects autophagy, which is a benefit of fasting, as well as it would probably keep you "sugar addicted"
                >Short fasts perserve muscle and can be done more frequent but aren't as much of a literal reset
                >long fast might keep mass, but it's treated as a real reset to your body
                >there are benefits beyond autophagy, I'm talking like not being a fatass anymore benefits, consider during the fast why anorexics struggle to eat despite starving all day
                >DO NOT GET AN ED FROM IT PLEASE GOD

                No worries bro

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >The way I go about a fast is like imagine wiping your PC, it's shitty, real shitty, but then you build it back from scratch, exactly how you want it.
              We got the wisest anons up in here today, this thread is blessed.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Does that work if you still include artificial sweeteners?
            Hypothetically no, anecdotally perhaps. The artificial sweetener particles just pass straight through the body unabsorbed. But the body is a complicated system and things like the sweetness taste can trigger reactions inside some people which is akin to actually eating sugar. If you're just gonna try three days no carb I suggest eating nothing but meat for maximum rebooting. You can easily go three days without artificial sweetener. A more practical approach would be get a week's worth of meat and just eat meat until you stop craving sugar. Once you feel more under control start up with the artificial sweeteners and see how you feel.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Goddamn, how you dare to post such picture, OP? Are you insane?
    I drink gallons of water a day. It's shit during winter but then you can try drinking hot mate.

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I will never understand people who cannot just refrain from stuffing themself, not to mention have to take drugs to simply not eat instead of eating something. I literally have to force myself to go through all that hassle of getting up from the computer, preparing food/ordering takeout and collecting it from the delivery guy, getting the plates. going through the process of chewing it all, and cleaning the plates. don't even get me started on buying groceries with driving out out the garage, joining getting though the traffic, finding the parking spot, waiting in line, getting back to the car, joining getting though the traffic again, getting the car into the garage, sitting in front of the computer again etc. fucking hell. were it not for lifting, I'd eat like once a week

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      be glad you cant ever understand fatties. considering 65% of people AT LEAST aren't like you.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >will never understand people who cannot just refrain from stuffing themself
      People with anxiety issues make more than 30% of the entire population in this consumerist world. And those not over stuffing themselves are into alcohol or drugs.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I will never understand people who cannot just refrain from stuffing themself
      There's just a natural variation among humans. Some of us clearly got those food focused genes. You ever had pets? Cats or dogs? There's a huge curve between cats say on how they are about food. Some start to literally lose their mind at the sound of their food, others are completely take it or leave it. Just by simple observation humans are obviously on a similar curve. I'm far from Amerifat but food just activates my almonds. Any time I'm eating I want to just keep eating. If there's food available I want to stuff my fucking face. Obviously wish I wasn't like this but I also wish my sex drive wasn't so high without a way to sate it. I'm working with what I've got and doing the best I can with it. But every challenge will be differing levels of difficulty for every human.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You sound like you have an eating disorder.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        why? never even been below like 15% BF nor attempted to lose weight, I just think it's a huge hassle

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Fiber and protein

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Nicotine. seriously does everything coffee does but better. Get some nicotine gum and there are basically no negative effects.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm a non smoker and I've never looked into it but does the nicotine gum come with the same host of health issues as cigarettes themselves?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        no. The nicotine makes the ciggy addictive, but the harmfulness of the ciggy is the tobacco+all the shit they put in them+ the method of extraction in smoking. the nicotine in gum is still addictive but the form of release is much less of a shock. it's like the difference between snorting a drug vs taking a pill.
        the longer, slow release of nic from gum makes it ideal for cutting.

        Also the mental focus is quite nice. I like it for reading/studying.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          You sonofabitch. I'm in.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          In my experience (smoked cigarettes for 20 years, 2 packs a day by the time i quit)

          Nicotine isnt the most addictive substance in cigarettes, i switched to vaping to quit. The juice i vape (and make myself) still has a fare amount of Nicotine in it.

          With cigarettes i couldnt go more than a few hours without a smoke, litterally needed them all the time.

          With my vape i can go for a week without it and not "need" it, Like i did with cigarettes.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            The hard part of quitting is the social acceptability and convenience - you just pull one out and light it up in an area where you can smoke.
            Hard drugs are easier to quit because of the stigma and the secretive rituals.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          man I tried nic gum once but it made my mouth super fucking watery and once i learnt your not meant to swallow your spit with the gum in it kinda ruined it for me. i am retarded tho so maybe i need to try it again

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Fittest way to an hero?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      tren overdose

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    fuck bros i'm nervous about buying Sema now... why am I such a pussy.. I always get nervous when I do shit. Right when I can click it. ITS RIGHT HERE. its not cheating if i already lost another human right bros? right?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Any time you do something without knowing for sure it will be a good outcome you'll get nervous. There's nothing wrong with you. I'd say just embrace the fear and have a try and if it goes badly who cares, you just got a little tougher.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        thanks, I'll buy it and set it all up tomorrow, I know that sounds retarded. But I don't have time to do it all tonight without cutting into sleep.

        like I said I kinda feel like it's "cheating", but It's honestly not even to lose weight (well it is), but It's for surgery, AND if it works, I'll give it to my 400lb mom and dad, i'm my own lab rat. + I've already lost 250 pounds anyways.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Brosef, the man has somehow got you feeling like you have to justify all your decisions even when it's just you and you alone. You don't need to justify shit, you need to do what you want to do, never ever fucking apologise for it and just face the fact that looking bad to and being judged by others is inevitable. You can live your life trying to minimise that judgement and trying to always look good but not only is that a living hell it's also pointless. It does not matter who you are, how high (or low) you soar, you will have haters. People shit on other people in this endless battle for hierarchy. I know how you feel because I'm probably just like you. Yeah I never had anyone encouraging in me, believing in me and it caused me to second guess myself constantly. But what can you do? I can't go back and be my own friend. Only place you can move from is here. Just try to be you unapologetically and when you fail remember you're probably your only friend so be loving towards yourself.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            thank you anon

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I skip breakfast (usually easy) and try to have a late lunch + light dinner. My biggest point of failure is the immense hunger I feel sometimes at night when I'm trying to go to sleep.

    I solved that by only eating one meal a day (OMAD) right before bed. Otherwise, I'm doing the same thing you are.

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >black coffee (my go to)
    >amphetamine (high risk of abuse, but incredibly effective)
    >EC stack
    >nicotine gum (very underrated)

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    unfortunately IST isn't the place to discuss peds or supplements, your best bet is reddit unironically
    Here's my ranking for appetite suppressants though, speaking from experience
    1. Semaglutide - knocks your hunger out cold, if you over eat just a little you will feel naseous for the entire day. Extremely recommended. Expensive though.
    2. ECA stack. Illegal in my country but I've replaced ephidrene with ephedra and it works just as well. Don't like to run it long term because it makes me jittery
    3. Clenbuterol. Works well, only downside is i get super jittery too so I need to take it with taurine
    4. Caffeine. Cheap and easy to get. Don't like it as much personally as it fucks with my heart rate
    Overall I think stimulants are good but they have too many side effects. Semaglutide is really the holy grail of appetite suppressants, it completely stops cravings and makes you feel full with 0 side effects

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    adderall or peptides

    https://beyond-research.com/

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I hate these fucking threads man, every time theres a supp or drug mentioned and I think i'd like to try it, its banned in aus, every fucking time

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