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  1. R

    Ondansetron and Receptor Antagonist

    Hello, I am new here. Someone here was recommended Ondansetron for serotonin removal. But, I see that Ondansetron is a 5-HT3 receptor antagonist. So wouldn't that drug increase serotonin? The serotonin cannot be used up at the receptor? Please do correct me. I have a hard time understanding...
  2. haidut

    Reducing Serotonin And Inflammation With Drugs

    With the caveat that this is not a medical recommendation here is my experience with some drugs looked favorably upon by Peat. I got mine from Europe where you dont need prescription for these drugs. Cyproheptadine: for me the optimal dose is 4mg at night before going to bed. Takin more makes me...
  3. K


    Hi All, I received ondansetron which blocks serotonin from the 5-ht3 receptor in the brain. A common side effect is a headache - One which, unfortunately has hit me hard. A I have just started it I am doing 1mg morning and 1 mg evening. In a week I will go to 2mg morning and evening. The...