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Re: amineptine/tianeptine for depression

Posted by gladi van snead on December 11, 1999, at 11:08:30

In reply to Re: amineptine/tianeptine for depression, posted by U. Rendenbach on November 28, 1999, at 4:49:48

What is meant by the "serious abuse potential" of amineptine? Is it addictive? If so, physically or psychologically or both? What happens if the drug is suddenly withdrawn?

If amineptine is unavailable or unreasonably dangerous, is tianeptine available anywhere, under any name? Please reply to psychobabble!

> Has anyone had experience with either of these European antidepressants
> Has anyone an Idee, how I can buy Survector? The International Pharmacy in Germany is not abel to get it!! Thanks a lot!! Rendenbach, Germany
> > Tianeptine (Stablon), believe it or not, is a serotonin reuptake accelerator; i.e., it works exactly opposite of Prozac, Zoloft, Paxit and the other SSRIs. Where they keep as much serotonin as possible in circulation, tianeptine takes as much of it as possible out of circlation. Yet it still works and, I would presume, without many of the SSRI side effects.




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