Posted by sukarno on November 28, 2005, at 0:26:44
In reply to Re: Amineptine under the tongue (sublingual), posted by willyee on November 15, 2005, at 19:52:34
It's been said that bupropion helps reduce craving for nicotine, by increasing levels of dopamine in the brain.
It seems to me that since last night when I raised the dosage of amineptine to 50mg (25mg b.i.d.), I feel a strong aversion to tobacco.
I had suffered from frequent cravings for tobacco for many years despite having quit a long time ago.
Now I can't stand the thought of cigarettes. Even picturing in my mind a package of Marlboro just makes me sick.
That's definitely a good thing. :-) I feel a bit jittery, and slightly lowered appetite, but no nausea. I also reduced tianeptine to 12.5mg 3x/day.
I can't think of a more pleasurable drug I've taken than nicotine. I know that sounds funny, but if I had to choose between getting drunk or smoking a strong, full-flavoured cigarette, I'd choose the cigarette. The only other recreational drug I've tried is cannabis, but I haven't used that in 9 years and don't have any desire to try that again.