Nardil – The BEST Antidepressant on Earth

Disclaimer: I have nothing to gain financially or otherwise from this site. Nardil truly saved my life, and my only desire is to help others. Nardil cured my crippling severe depression and social anxiety when no other medication could. And it has done the same for literally thousands of other people around the world (please see success stories for just a few examples). Unfortunately Nardil is prescribed rarely nowadays, and it has recently been discontinued in some countries. Nardil users worldwide are an endangered species, and we must act now to try and keep Nardil available. We are the consumers, and we have the right to be heard. I hope you find the information here useful.

Welcome and congratulations on discovering what I, and many others, think is the most potent antidepressant available. I sincerely hope that Nardil will save your life, just as it has saved my own and many others. Nardil (Phenelzine Sulfate) is arguably the most efficacious, yet most underutilized, antidepressant available. It is predominately prescribed for major depression and social anxiety (it is referred to as the “Gold Standard” treatment for social anxiety), but treats a variety of conditions:  dysthymia,[3] bipolar depression (BD),[4] panic disorder (PD),[5], bulimia,[7]post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)[8], and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).[9][10] Nardil has recently even shown promise in treating prostate cancer[11][12]

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Nardil (Phenelzine Sulfate)

Nardil (Phenelzine Sulfate) belongs to the Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitor Class (MAOI) class which was developed in the 1950’s. This class of anti-depressants is arguably far superior to any of the newer SSRI (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors) medications. MAOIs are the original anti-depressants and still the best.

Many doctors have acknowledged that MAOIs are far superior to SSRI’s in treating depression and anxiety. It is thought that this superiority is due to the fact that, unlike SSRI’s, which generally only increase the levels of the neurotransmitter serotonin, MAOIs also increase the levels of dopamine, norepinephrine, and (in Nardil’s case) even GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid). Many MAOI users can confirm that SSRIs are mere “pistols”, while MAOIs are “cannons”. Many patients who trial SSRI’s may have a dopamine deficiency, and therefore receive no benefit from SSRI treatment since SSRIs reduce dopamine levels (possibly via 5HT2C receptor activity). Dopamine is also responsible for motivation, which is why people on MAOIs often claim they feel much more motivated to do things in life.

Due to its mechanism on GABA, Nardil is excellent in reducing social anxiety. Like benzodiazepines (e.g. Valium, Xanax), Nardil increases GABA. Therefore, many people who take Nardil no longer need to take benzodiazepines for anxiety.

“MAOIs are the best antidepressants on the planet”

Mark D. Rego M.D. Psychiatrist

Unfortunately, Nardil and other MAOIs are largely under-prescribed by doctors due to concerns and anxiety about their supposed many dietary interactions and drug interactions. However, these concerns stem from misinformation about MAOIs – misinformation that has been disseminated for decades. Unfortunately many doctors now accept this misinformation as truth. In fact, MAOIs have a good safety profile, and their dietary interactions and drug interactions are relatively small.

It is regrettable that both many patients and doctors are missing out on the benefits of MAOI treatment: a patient misses out on using a highly effective treatment, and a well-meaning doctor misses out on seeing his or her patient recover from an otherwise debilitating illness.

In addition to these overinflated safety concerns, the patents have long expired on Nardil. As a result, manufacturing Nardil is no longer very profitable for pharmaceutical companies.

Although start-up side effects can sometimes be troublesome for some people, many long-term users find that Nardil has a smaller side effect profile than SSRI’s and TCA’s, particularly in regard to sexual side effects. Anyone who starts Nardil should be conscious of the fact that it can take up to 8 weeks to start working, and most people require a dose of 60mg. One must be patient with the side-effects: almost all dissipate over time.

The purpose of this site is to share information about a truly efficacious antidepressant that has saved the lives of thousands, and cured many of crippling depression and social anxiety. In addition, the misinformation regarding Nardil is also addressed so as to allay people’s concerns. If doctors knew the new information regarding Nardil there is little doubt that many more would happily prescribe it.

Be sure to check out Nardil Success Stories for many patient reviews of this life saving medication.

If you’re new to Nardil and wish to try it, then Getting Nardil is a good place to start.

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Chemical Composition of Nardil (Phenelzine Sulfate)