Phenibut

Chemical Name:

β-Phenyl-γ-aminobutyric acid

Street Names:

N/A

Bioavailability:

Unknown

Category:

Depressant

Subcategory:

Gabapentinoid

Phenibut Dosage

Threshold

Light

Common

250mg

500mg - 1g

1g-2g

Strong

Heavy

Fatal

2g - 4g

4g and up

Unknown (no deaths)

Warning

Phenibut is a depressant. Mixing depressants may result in unconsciousness and/or death. Remember: Always start on lower dosages! Differences in metabolism, tolerance, sensitivity, and neurochemistry can lead to higher than expected effects, and even death.

Phenibut Duration

Onset

Come up

Peak

60 minutes to 2 hours

60 minutes to 3 hours

4 hours to 8 hours

Comedown

After effects

Total

2 hours to 6 hours

2 hours to 4 hours

16 hours to 18 hours

Interactions

This substance interacts with:

Stimulants

Alcohol

Benzodiazepines

Opiates

These interactions may lead to an unpleasant experiences due to substances potentiating each other unpredictably, and/or may be potentially fatal.

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