Hi. Apologies for the delayed reply, but I have had to do some research into the use of Gabatropin in MS. There is not much evidence of the use of Gabatropin in treating MS. If used in a low dosage, ie 300mg , GABA will help reduce spasticity. Because of the sedatory effect, I recommend it be taken only at night. Furthermore I suggest, should you decide to take Gabatropin, you do so in conjunction with the advice of the medical practitioner that is looking after you in terms of MS.
Felicia (Senior Pharmacist & Integrative Health Consultant)
MS (Myalgic Encephalitis) or commonly known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome can be linked to specific symptoms of
Unfortunately there is not much evidence available on the use of Gabatropins in treating MS.