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Naturian
Thursday, February 1, 2007, 5:19am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hello All!

I was wondering can I take supplements with anti deprasant Zoloft?
I want to take suppliments that would enhance my ummine system that I will feel healthier and more energic, but I tried to take Dr. D' Adamo's supplement finder test, it says as a result . Sorry can't help you because I said I take an anti deprasant.

I must admit I have been reading all the threads, it is such a good place to share your ideas and experiences everybody very helpful and nice. I have been reading Dr's book and following this diet about a month now.

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Go to a big bookstore and look up Davis' Drug guide for nurses. Find zoloft and check to see if there are any crossreactions with herbals, etc. This is a start. Check out zoloft's website and send them an e-mail with your questions/supplements & call their 1-800 number - they will want to ward off any bad reactions/press.

also go to google.com and put in 'zoloft' and the supplements + 'reactions' and see what comes up. There are probably people who have stories to share.


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here, read all the threads on zoloft from the ER boards
http://www.google.com/custom?q.....itesearch=dadamo.com


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Naturian, welcome on this board, super that you'd found us
hmm Zoloft and B's...do you know your secretorstatus? Zoloft is Sertraline, means against depressions and also for compulsive disorders; how many miligrams do you take daily?
Yes you can take almost all suplements with Zoloft...sauf the aminoacids in their higher forms as monopreps. or as a mix shouldn't be taken together with Zoloft because  that goes to activate's Zoloft's
activities for much more, and then it might be that you get overloaded and that means, similar symptoms thand as depressions with agitating  etc.
Good luck Tmta.I
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Zoloft shouldn't be combined with MAO-Inhibitors.

So foods/herbs like Passiflora sp. {mainly the native US vars like Maypop [P. incarnata], Syrian Rue, and foods HIGH in Tyramines should be avoided.

As long as you don't eat these foods the same time as the medication - depends on your dosing regimen.


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Quoted from Schluggell
Zoloft shouldn't be combined with MAO-Inhibitors.



I always hear that what is that means?

I am taking Zoloft for about five years now 100mg a day for deprassion and antienxty attacks. I can't say it is working , I can't say it is not..

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Naturian, if you didn't have seen any changement since, I'd like to ask you to speak with your doc and to go for another medication. Normally whithin months' there should be a positive result on Sertraline, so far...perhaps are you just a non-corresponder on that stuff
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Check out this book on the Demystification of Herbs by Phaneuf, Phd. Found it at Bastyr. Very good. Explains how herbal medicine works from and organic chemistry point of view (yet at every day language level).


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I will check it out the book.
I don't know if Zoloft helping me or not, but I am sure if I get off I would not feel that good. I have tried Welbutrin and Paxil before, those either made me sick or didn't do any good, but with this I am not having side effects. That's why I don't want to change it.
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''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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and then Dr. Michael Murray made a newsletter only for this thema, how to cure it naturally; he is the creator of Natural Factors stuff, please go and look in there, good recommendations in
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