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Re: New FDA labelling for Xyrem warns of depression

Posted by tessellated on February 23, 2006, at 21:21:31

In reply to Re: New FDA labelling for Xyrem warns of depression willyee, posted by Phillipa on February 23, 2006, at 19:58:56

Now lets ask ourselves what is the oldest most prevalent statistically significant date rape drug?
Just as tryptophan was banned prior to the release of prozac.
So was GHB banned prior to and legally necessary to the release of XYREM. You cannot patent dopamine, serotonin, norepinephrine, or anything that comes off a plant or is a product of nature. Only after it is outlawed and then scheduled, can a company control the (patent) profit over the distribution of said molecule. If they banned oxygen because it makes people feel good, we'd have to pay bucks for it. seriously. bottled water is more expensive now than gasoline....

There is a major differentiation between the hype and the the science. I do believe that GHB/XYREM should be controlled as it has similar adversive actions similar to benzodiazapines.

Gamma hydroxybutyrate is in your body and active this moment.
It is an endogenous compound.

Yes it causes one to loose consciousness. And is as far as I understand imparts a natural form of sleep architecture and therefore justifies its use in narcolepsy. It provides a form of sleep narcoleptics do not produce naturally. And is the best solution on the market.

If you want to cause amnesia give someone AMBIEN, XANAX, ALCOHOL. Why isn't Ambien considered a date rape drug?




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