Antidepressant Tianeptine can be dangerous at high doses

Tianeptine (Zaza Drug). Image courtesy of
In the United States, tianeptine is not an approved medication. Tianeptine was found and patented by French medical professionals in the 1960s. It has effects that go beyond elevating mood, despite being added to antidepressants by doctors all over the world. It is thought to produce a morphine-like state of consciousness making users feel at ease and content, which contributes to the drug's addictiveness.Nearly three million Americans suffer from opioid addiction, including morphine, according to the National Library of Medicine. One of the reasons Tianeptine is so popular is because it binds to the same brain receptors that opioids do and frequently has a similar effect. But because the drug's effects don't last long in the body, users start abusing it more frequently and in larger d
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