Registered: 09 January 2007
Dr.Pickart, according to this link: http://www.sciencedirect.com/s...572339a8e39ccaea28f5
Generic drug Loperamide (Opiate agonist), the one used as anti-Diarrhea is a potent anti-Cortisol. Please I need your comments. Thank youThis message has been edited. Last edited by: amirpana,
Err, I think there may be some obvious drawbacks to that plan.
Look into 7-keto DHEA, phosphatidylserine, Remeron, licorice - all have anti-cortisol effects. Tianeptine is an interesting one that may help with ACTH control, and is one of the few ostensibly side-effect-less antidepressants.
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Loperamide can cause a mild physical dependence. Symptoms of mild opiate withdrawal have been observed in patients abruptly discontinuing long-term therapy with loperamide. For this reason, the drug was briefly classified as a Schedule V controlled substance upon its introduction.
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