Mianserin - Wikipedia
Mirtazapine - Wikipedia is an inverse antagonist at 5ht2, seems even more interesting than antagonism
thank you - those aren't common drugs though.
I appreciate your response!
Ketotifen (ketotifen and cypro are same; ketotifen is milder on liver).
Cyproheptadine would help with the virus in which way? As preventive or taking it when knowing for sure you have the virus?
To limit damage of severe inflammation (severe illness).
What about other drugs that could be helpful
what about lisuride as an HT2a antagonist...
I think Benadryl is most similar to cinanserin.
Yes, I think @haidut mentioned that in his last interview.
Same drug in EU is Calmaben (diphenhydramine).
It was mentioned starting at 36:00:
Where does Famotidine fit into this picture? Less helpful that cypro/benedryl? Thanks!