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Re: Does Wellbutrin have methamphetamine properties?

Posted by Islomania on February 28, 2006, at 22:47:32

In reply to Does Wellbutrin have methamphetamine properties?, posted by ButterflyHigh on September 24, 2005, at 20:39:10

Wrong. Wrong. Wrong, folks. Quite the opposite of Wellbutrin having any meth-like properties, some preliminary studies have shown that Wellbutrin actually has properties that moderately reduce physiological cravings for both methamphetamine and cocaine (as well as that other stimulant, nicotine, for which Wellbutrin is cross-marketed as Zyban to treat.)

Also, for patients prescribed Wellutrin who also abuse methamphetamine, the Wellbutrin actually reduces the quality or intensity of the high from methamphetamine.

For what the truth is worth....

> I heard it did, and I tested positive on a drug screen for them - and I do not take any sort of them.
> If this is true, is this necessarily a good thing guys? And if true, how in the heck does a methamphetamine - type ingredients get put into an antidepressant - but more importantly why? To give depressed persons a kinda like 'high'?
> *pondering this*




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