|using natural mao inhibitors
Jun 29, 2001
long story short,i have been experimenting with plant based mao inhibitors,from the book,"legal highs". these substances,"syrian rue seed" and,Hawiaan baby woodrose seeds",are short acting mao inhibitors.these products are also similar to "acid",if taken in larger doses. now i know to be carefull and have read much literature on them,and would advise anyone to consult with their doc before even thinging bout using. MY QUESTION IS... could these products cause my hiv meds to not work? i remember that st.johns wort causes this,and although its not a mao inhibitor i am hoping i am not making my meds not work. at the recomended doseage they are great for stress and clearing of the mind,but too much can make you end up in a hospital or worse.
| Response from Mr. Shernoff
I am not a doctor and honestly do not know the answer to your question. I think you really have to ask your primary care physician this question. MIchael Shernoff, MSW
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