Melitracen is probably one of the hardest drugs to find in western society countries as it has been banned in Denmark, it’s place of origin, and has never been approved by the FDA nor other countries like Australia, Canada and the UK.
It is however used in most European countries in the treatment of depression and anxiety but was only intended to be used short term. Prolonged use may cause a variety of unwanted side effects.
Melitracen is known to be sold under many names, most popular being Deanxit which contains both Melitracen and Flupentixol. It can also be found under the names Adepril, Thymeol, Adaptol and Thymeol.
As with most antidepressant and anti-anxiety related medication, there are a number of side effects you should be aware of. Melitracen, more-so when combined with Flupentixol can cause any of the blow listed side effects which may not be applicable to everyone.
- Dry mouth
- Vision Impairment
- Muscle spasms, weakness
- Speaking issues
- Taking longer to urinate than usual
- Dark urine
- Loss of balance
- Irregular or faster than usual heartbeat
- Skin going a yellowish color
- Trouble breathing
Needless to say, if any of the above mentioned side effects are occurring to you, contact medical assistance as soon as possible to avoid further issues.