James here.

I run the world’s top phenibut website.

You may be familiar with my old YouTube channel where I kept it nothing but real.

I’d consider myself an expert on phenibut. I’ve experimented with it for years and produced 250 videos on my former channel dedicated to self-development, using substances along the way for support.

That said, my views on drugs and phenibut have changed. I have said for a long time that phenibut is not a long-term solution. It should be used to get over your massive initial bouts of social and sexual anxiety, and then reduced.

Ultimately, the goal is NOT to get rid of anxiety. The goal is to stop letting your anxiety have POWER over you.

But for many people that’s not an option, at least not for a while. You have to cheat a little.

When I came on the scene I knew what I was talking about, but I was and still am pleasantly surprised by how many people report success with the supplement because of my website and channel. It is especially the stories that make me smile–the ones where people battled through their anxiety and had the same ups and downs and got over it–that make this worthwhile. I still get regular emails from people who followed my channel and changed their whole lives. That’s awesome and touching.

That’s what I want for you, too.

Don’t believe the naysayers. Almost all of them are completely irresponsible or don’t have enough (or any) experience with using phenibut. If you’ve ever had a drink of alcohol then you’ve already taken a worse drug than phenibut.

Drugs don’t kill people. People kill people.

And what’s great about it is that it’s way more effective and way less toxic than alcohol or, God-forbid, any¬†heavy medications put out by Big Pharma and the FDA.

If you want to know more about phenibut, just browse this site.¬†Check out my videos. Phenibut God’s channel has been removed by YouTube, but once I am ready I will most likely start a new channel on a new platform for those who want the truth. For now you will have to make use of this website, which is going to be going through major changes and revisions over the coming year.

Good luck on your journey, whatever that is, and don’t be afraid to cheat a little and ask for help.

Feel free to contact me here.

As always,
James Mast


  1. John

    James, thanks for your posts. I have experienced something interesting. I found that finding your sweet spot can make u less susceptible to having withdrawals & building tolerance. I work in an office 9-5 and I’m switched on more than ever.

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