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Welcome, @Mydhm

I had never heard of it.  Interesting article, Bacman.  It's all about GABA-A receptors, rather than GABA-B which baclofen works on.  The work in that article is on rats - but then Ameisen based his whole amazing treatment with baclofen on work in rats, including his calculations of mg/Kg dosage!  I Googled it & it looks as though there have been some trials in humans & David Nutt is said to be interested.  It seems to be sold as a herbal supplement on the internet.

A drug to watch, obviously.

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