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Re: POT and Abilify

Posted by linkadge on August 17, 2018, at 20:16:01

In reply to Re: POT and Abilify, posted by Christ_empowered on August 17, 2018, at 20:01:31

Short answer NO.

The mechanism of the drug is often a distant second to the clinical action of the drug. In other words, abilify is an antipsychotic. It reduces the symptoms of schizophrenia including paranoia.

It is effective in blocking psychotic reactions to pot (should they occur).

Being a partial D2 agonist may just fit into the 'dopamine stabilization' theory of abilify's actions.

Your brain NEEDS dopamine to function. If you didn't have dopamine, your fingers could not move and type. The key is having the right amount. By being a partial agonist, abilify better help negative symptoms like anhedonia and cognitive dysfunction.





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