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Re: Brand name Buspar vs. generic bleauberry

Posted by yxibow on October 22, 2009, at 18:07:39

In reply to Re: Brand name Buspar vs. generic, posted by bleauberry on October 21, 2009, at 17:24:46

I had figured this would go in the direction of long generic drug arguments.

Btw, there are -NO- government regulatory standards on the amount of active ingredient, how it was extracted, or batch lots of alternative medication, you do realize.

You're on your own.

I know this too on the small amount of "supplements" that I may take -- I search for the best listing of the active constituent (e.g. kavolactones), etc... which may also may or may not be an indication of the least extra herbal junk that is placed along with some of them and what will least harm me.

At any rate, as far as BuSpar / buspirone is concerned, I would agree there is almost no difference between the two.

Its also a medication that only 1/3 of people who have an indication for its use respond to.

So I wish those who do respond to it a good luck and chance regardless of just how close it is to 100% the same / binders /whatever on buspirone.

-- tidings




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