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  1. R

    Nature.com How ecstasy and psilocybin are shaking up psychiatry

  2. Mauritio

    Autism Study Suggests Connection Between Repetitive Behaviors And Gut Problems

    We are getting closer to mainstream medicine accepting that autism is caused / associated hy increased serotonin If you replace "gut problems" with serotonin in this article, it's actually a great read . The only question that they have to ask now is :" If autism is associated with gut...
  3. M

    The Dark Side Of Serotonin Exposed By Haidut In 70 Studies

    Below is the commentary of @haidut on 70 studies regarding serotonin. The links lead to the thread where haidut often provides some direct quotes from the study (and of course the links to the actual studies). I hope that with providing this as a whole it aids in learning in effective way about...
  4. haidut

    Acetazolamide Plus Thiamine Lower Serotonin And Tryptamine

    Another study showing beneficial effects of the combination acetazolamide + thiamine. The dose used was the same as the one for the schizophrenia study I posted earlier - 2g acetazolamide plus 1.5g thiamine spread into 3 daily doses. The decrease of tryptamine correlated well with improvement in...
  5. haidut

    Dopamine And Dopamine Agonists Inhibit Serotonin Synthesis

    It is well known that higher dopamine and the use of dopamine "agonist" drugs like bromocriptine, pramipexole, lisuride, etc leads to increased libido. This is explained mostly through the actions of dopamine on the CNS. However, this study claims (in agreement with Peat) that dopamine and...
  6. haidut

    Curcumin (curry) Is Serotonergic

    Here is one study but there are many more like it. I picked this one since it seemed to do the most thorough comparison of curcumin with the effects of some SSRI drugs, and as you can see they were pretty similar: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17942093 In addition, ginger and curcumin are...