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      Question When to take supplements?

      Hello guys! So i was creating a type of system where i use supplements after 3 lucid dreams, and was wondering when the best time to take them are? I am talking about vitamin B6 and melatonin. Thanks in advance.

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      I'm not super knowledgeable about supplements, but for B6 I usually hear to take it shortly before going to bed. You might want to try taking some during a wbtb, supplements seem to work better when combined with a wbtb.

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      Melatonin induces sleep, so - if at all -it should be taken before bedtime to ensure a good quality sleep. I take it 90 minutes before bedtime, which makes me stagger half-unconscious into bed.

      B6 improves dream recall, and may help in gaining lucidity. It is best taken at WBTB-time (if this is practiced) to maximise its effect during the most dream-intensive part of the night (the last few hours). It can also be taken just before bedtime, but by very early morning most of the effect is probably gone. It tends to be somewhat stimulating also, which can prevent falling asleep (but probably not if taken along with melatonin, or some other sleep-inducing supplement or herb).
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      What's the right time to take your vitamins and supplements.????

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      I take Vitamin B6 about two hours before bed. It increasethe vividness of the dream exponentially. In a WBTB, it may not work.
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