Stablon was initially developed to treat symptoms of depression, and after its introduction became a common substance used to counteract the disorder. It is prevalent in France and other European countries. After crossing the blood-brain barrier and successfully acting upon the central nervous system, Stablon encourages the rate at which Serotonin (a neurotransmitter that helps to stabilize an individual’s mood and relaxation) is absorbed by the body. This uplifts a person’s mood and enables them to think with a clearer mind. Stablon can also increase cellular concentrations of dopamine within the brain, which can assist in the regulation of a person’s motivation and emotional responses to stimuli. Stablon is not known to incite any addictive symptoms or tolerances, but it should be stressed that it is a highly toxic substance, and its misuse (although rare) can lead to serious physical setbacks and possibly death. It should be used in accordance with any manufacturer’s directions for consumption, or information given by a qualified medical professional.
Side Effects & Dosages
Side effects related to Stablon are generally mild and can include but are not limited to: dryness of the mouth, dizziness, drowsiness, low blood pressure, and insomnia. In the case that negative side effects remain for extended or intolerable periods of time, then it may be best to cease use altogether and consider another substance. A typical dose is recorded by ingesting a single 12.5 mg capsule twice (or three times, depending on the user) daily.