Posted by psychobot5000 on July 6, 2012, at 1:01:36
In reply to are there any pure dopamine reuptake inhibitors?, posted by Michael Bell on March 25, 2009, at 16:38:19
> Are there any legal substances that act purely as dopamine reuptake inhibitors, meaning they have no effect on norepinephrine or serotonin reuptake?
Saw this and thought I'd answer the original question posed in this old thread: though it's difficult, chemically, to block the DAT without blocking the NET as well, there is one substance I'm aware of which is a relatively pure dopamine reuptake inhibitor: flowering quince extract, also known as mu gua, or sweet nakai.
A 'powdered concentrate' thereof can be purchased from KT Botanicals.
At high doses, the substance has small effects on the noradrenaline system. But mostly it's clean.