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Re: 5HT2 antagonist without anticholinergic properties jay2112

Posted by Skeletor on November 17, 2020, at 15:07:41

In reply to Re: 5HT2 antagonist without anticholinergic properties Skeletor, posted by jay2112 on November 16, 2020, at 17:49:53

> > Strong 5HT2 antagonist without anticholinergic properties. It also shouldn't be a strong antihistamine, so no Mirtazapine, Miansern etc.! Is there something like that on the market?
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> Well, I found mirtazapine to have way, way too powerful norepinephrine agonist properties as well. Maybe, your closest bet would be an antipsychotic. Risperdal has very powerful 5ht2a antagonist properties. If you are in the US, the antidepressant Nefadazone (Generic Serzone) I found, is an amazing, very tolerable, 5ht2a antagonist. It *really* has a relaxing effect, without making you sleepy.
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Thanks. I would have like to try Mirtazapine for longer times, but it gave me unbearable RLS...

NEFAZDONE is a great drug, but not available in EUROPE. Banned because one in every 300,000 gets an exploding liver or something... :=((


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