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That sounds like a great question to take to ask your doctor or pharmacist or, even better, a naturopath who knows more about food as medicine.

It looks like the medicinally active components of bitter melon include polypeptide-P and charantin, both of which have the effect of lowering blood sugar.

I don't know enough biochemistry to know how those would impact ketamine.

 

http://www.nutrition-and-you.com/bitter-gourd.html

 

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9 hours ago, karella said:

I am curious if there is any interaction between these drugs and ketamine infusion

Do you mean antidepressants in general and ketamine infusion?

I don't have any information right now to answer your question, I just didn't understand which meds you were referring to.

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