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is it safe to take bacopa with molipaxin, lamictin & brintellex? desperate for non-prescription anxiolytic that works

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Dr. Milton Alvis, jr
41 years experience Preventive Medicine
Non-prescriptionAlso: means non-researched, lack of clinical trials of either efficacy or safety. Pharma industry=simply the modern form of Chinese herbs, but refining & purifying the millions of molecules from whatever source in nature to fine the rare ones which help some aspect of behavior far more than the downsides they produce. Just because something wanted does not mean it exists. See: http://goo.gl/0eH4wq
Answered on Feb 17, 2019

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