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Re: Nardil from Greenstone or Gavis??????

Posted by atypical on December 26, 2017, at 14:25:09

In reply to Re: Nardil from Greenstone or Gavis??????, posted by meffect on February 25, 2014, at 22:01:44

I have taken the Pfizer brand name Nardil for the past several years. A month go I switched to the Gavis/Lupin version because the brand name is on back order. I have noticed an increase in side effects, despite being on the same dose. I put on five pounds of abdominal fat (yuck) despite the exercise and reduced added sugar in my diet. I have a lower sex drive, and feel more drowsy. This suggests to me that the Gavis phenelzine might be more effective, or perhaps more efficiently absorbed, than the Pfizer version. I am reducing the dose slowly to 45 mg to see if that helps reduce the side effects.

> > I always felt the Pfizer version works better for me than Gavis. I dont like the way Gavis pills look lol
> >
> > So Greenstone is the same Pill as Pfizer?
> > That would make sense, i didnt notice a difference from Pfizer to Greenstone.
> >
> > Also i find the Pfizer version a tad more effective than UKs Archimedes brand.
> >
> > Now this could be all in my head, but i just dont like Gavis. They look "second-hand" and dont have the distinct Nardil smell. My brain associates the look of Gavis pills with not so good times.
> Strange. I just got some Greenstone and there is virtually no smell at all. Whereas my previous two months of Gavis smell very strong




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