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Re: Phenylethylamine

Posted by Questionmark on May 12, 2011, at 15:56:23

In reply to Re: Phenylethylamine, posted by djmmm on January 18, 2007, at 21:29:21

Wait, really? I def think the dietary restrictions for MAOIs are highly exaggerated, but ephedrine, amphetamines, and dextromethorphan would seem VERY risky.
On Nardil, I have used methylphenidate several times, and oxymetazoline many times, without adverse reaction.
However... i went to ER w bad hypertensive reaction after mindlessly taking 50mg ephedrine early in my Nardil taking; found even very-low dose Adderal to be highly dysphoric and imagine it would be dangerous in higher doses; and sometimes when i run out of Nardil, i will take a *tiny* sip of dextromethorphan containing cough medicine for its SRI properties, and i can easily see someone getting serotonin syndrome from it while on Nardil.
You make a great overall point, but i would be careful of underplaying the risk of certain mixtures a little *too* much.

> > Im not sure why you would want PEA but DLPA is available everywhere.
> >
> > Personally im not suicidal so i wouldnt mix anything with an MAOI.
> lol... Personally, I'm not suicidal...thanks to various medications combined with MAOIs (over many many years) :)
> Nardil multi amino acid powder
> Nardil tegretol
> Nardil zonegran
> Nardil neurontin topamax
> Nardil neurontin topamax inderal
> Nardil xanax
> Nardil Klonopin
> Nardil ritalin
> Parnate Klonopin
> Parnate klonopin inderal
> Parnate Neurontin
> Parnate amino acid powder
> No reactions to MAOI with stimulants, l-methamphetamine(vicks inhaler), Oxymetazoline hydrochloride, ephedra, pseudoephedra, or dextromethorphan.
> I did have a mild reaction to Parnate and cheese Tortellini.. of all things.
> From my experience, and research, hypertensive crisis is rare. Mild hypertensive episodes are more common (still rare) and typically require no medical intervention. Pubmed has many journal abstracts from the 1960's to current--supporting this.




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