MSG is like garlic to vampires for brainwashed Benzo Buddies members

MSG affecting sleep?
« on: September 10, 2018, 09:38:52 pm »


Does anyone find that consuming MSG have an effect on how you feel or how you sleep? Anyone found a diet that helps you feel the most stable? Thank you

Re: MSG affecting sleep?
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2018, 01:08:10 am »


I was really sensitive to MSG and I could tell whenever I injested some. Especially when it was the type added to food vs natural MSG. Now it doesn’t bother me at all. I can eat anything I want.

5 thoughts on “MSG is like garlic to vampires for brainwashed Benzo Buddies members

  1. Because MSG is Monosodium Glutamate and those in benzo withdrawal are in a state of glutamate excitotoxicity. Now whether dietary glutamate actually translates to brain glutamate I do not know.

  2. The Mayo Clinic site tells us that researchers have found no definitive link between MSG and and any “adverse symptoms” reported by “anxious diners”. It is a scam. A placebo effect, at best. Purely psychosomatic in nature, lol 😆. MSG has been safely enjoyed as a delicious flavor enhancer for decades. There are no documented cases of someone being harmed by MSG. There are plenty of real dangers in the world, no need to make up phoney stuff to worry about. Excitotoxicity my ass! 😺

  3. It might not be particularly harmful or toxic but people in benzo w/d, would be super sensitive to glutamate, generally lacking gaba and the ability to use it effectively, constantly experiencing glutamate overdrive, not surprising a little MSG might make that worse. Whether that mild bonus excitotoxicity is significantly harmful is another matter but it could certainly make ones days less comfortable

  4. Post a clinical study that proves any of the witch doctor bullshit you spiel. You can’t because there isn’t one. It’s all bullshit. Delete your account.

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