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Health - 5ht2b antagonists

Discussion in 'Magic Mushroom use' started by markosheehan, Nov 18, 2016.

  1. markosheehan

    markosheehan Silver Member Newbie

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    hi i find shrooms very helpful with my depression so i am deciding to up the dose i take and increasing the amount of times i take it to once weekly. i have read that taking them very often can lead to cardiac fibrosis and induced platelet agression and etc. i dont know how true/accuarate this is but i want to be on the safe side and i would like to take as littloe risk as possible so i will take a 5ht2b antagonist. ones i have came across are terguride, metadoine, sarpogrelate, lisuride and agomealatine. i want to take the most reliable and the safest one so out of all 5ht2b antagonists which would it be?. also i do i calculate the dosage. say i take 4 garms dry, how much should i take of the antagonist. i dont know much about the topic so any help much appreciated.