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Re: amineptine/tianeptine for depression

Posted by andrewb on December 11, 1999, at 20:29:31

In reply to Re: amineptine/tianeptine for depression, posted by gladi van snead on December 11, 1999, at 11:08:30

> 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 What happens if the drug is suddenly withdrawn?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!
Amineptine use at normal dosages can be stopped suddenly without problems.
Serious amineptine abuse is the use of massive amounts of amineptine (i.e. 1500 mgs./day, just 200mgs. is the max. recommended dose) over a period of months. It may be snorted. It may be used concurrently with speed.
The result of abuse, as I understand it, is large erupting pustules on the body (of unmetabolized amineptine?) and possible liver failure.




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