Scopace

Active Ingredient(s): Scopolamine
Category: Nausea & Vomiting



Scopace Overview

Scopolamine, also known as hyoscine,[6] or Devil's Breath,[7] is a natural or synthetically produced tropane alkaloid and anticholinergic drug that is formally used as a medication for treating motion sickness and postoperative nausea and vomiting.[8][1] It is also sometimes used before surgery to decrease saliva.[1] When used by injection, effects begin after about 20 minutes and last for up to 8 hours.[1...

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Did anyone try scopace for their depression? ## It contains the active ingredient Scopolamine and in October of 2006, researchers said that is did seem to improve the symptoms of depression and the effects lasted for at least a week, after it was discontinued. There were supposed to be more trials completely in September of 2011, but I haven't found anything regarding their outcome. Has your doctor suggested you try it?

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Scopolamine
  • Film, Extended Release: 0.5mg/24hr, 1.5mg, 1mg/72hr
  • Injection: 0.4mg/ml, 1mg/ml
  • Solution: 0.25%
  • System: 1.5mg, 1mg/72hr
  • Tablet: 0.40mg, 0.4mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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Did anyone try scopace for their depression? ## It contains the active ingredient Scopolamine and in October of 2006, re... 1 reply