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--) SLS

Posted by Marty on July 4, 2008, at 9:23:07

In reply to Re: +++ MAO-A or B ? Gerovital (procaine) selectivity undopaminergic, posted by SLS on July 4, 2008, at 8:18:55

Hi SLS, Hi Undopaminergic (nice nickname btw)

SLS.. Do you think every depression has the same etiology in the brain ? Depression isn't a DISEASE but a DISORDER which one day will be split in many other diseases and in many other disorders BASED ON THEIR DIFFERENT ETIOLOGIES. As I assumme you already know and understand that, I wonder why you're insisting on the importance of ONE mechanism of action or drug target ... is that because your into a 'treatment resistant' psychopharmaceutical logic ? .. that may explain why your talking about the H-BOMB of AD mechanisms. I'm more into finding something more specific to my specific etiology because I CAN... a luxery many people here doesn't have saddly. I'm not TR but I'm very much side-effect intolerant and that's why I'm in the 'trial circus' ...

After trying about ~30 meds + ~25 so called supplements can you guess what's helping me the most for the depression part ? CHROMIUM PICOLINATE and EVENING PRIMROSE ......... NOW, can you see why I would consider almost ANYTHING as beeing possibly helpful ? MAO-B inhibition seems to help way more poeple than CHROMIUM don't you think ? :P

Btw, I'm very happy for you about the success of your newest cocktail ! Congrat!





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