How Did Wellbutrin Become a Street Drug?

Executive Summary

  • The longstanding explanation by the antidepressant industry is that antidepressants are not addictive.
  • The questions arise then regarding Wellbutrin.

Introduction

As I cover in the article Understanding the Debate on Antidepressant Dependency Versus Antidepressant Addiction, the medical establishment has created a variety of excuses that try to hide the addictive quality of antidepressants. The topic of how Wellbutrin became a street drug seems to contradict this claim by the medical establishment.

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