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Re: Why an SNRI for anxiety?

Posted by linkadge on November 28, 2016, at 20:14:47

In reply to Re: Why an SNRI for anxiety? linkadge, posted by Prefect on November 27, 2016, at 18:23:25

>Very interesting response at so many levels. >Lately I've been really curious about the effect >of inflammation on mitochondrial function of >brain cells. Linkage, would you happen to know >any natural supplements that would have the same >type of anti-inflammatory effect on brain cells >that you mentioned?

Yes. The best I know of is ginger root. It is in the same family as turmeric, which have significant anti-inflammatory, antidepressant and neuroprotective effects. Ginger root also affects serotonin receptors (5-ht1a agonist and 5-ht3 antagonist) is a calcium channel antagonist, and may have some MAOI activity.

Lithium orotate might also be useful for mitochondrial neuroprotection. Others include, melatonin, omega-3, zinc and possibly green tea.

Hope this helps.





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