Depression with RLS -- Incense?

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Depression with RLS -- Incense?

Postby kickyknees » Sat Apr 24, 2010 3:43 pm

Hi all, I've been away for about a month. Having no RLS to complain about since my new neuro put me back on Tramadol (taking max 50mg 6x/da) and still holding my own with no augmentation on Ropinirole 4.5mg/da.

I know how cure-alls can be suspicious and I'm not promoting this by any means, but I know many of you also suffer from depression (which thankfully I don't), so thought I'd at least provide this link and see if anyone either knows about or has been helped (or not!) by incense. ... 110415.htm

Beware Nerve Blocks! Given at rotator cuff surgery brought on WED/RLS. Since then have had TJR in each shoulder and one knee under General Anesthetic.
1mg ropinirole 4x/day
7.5mg hydrocodone 4x/day

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Postby SquirmingSusan » Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:29 pm

That's certainly interesting. I generally avoid being near smoke of any kind because it bothers my asthma, so I'm not going to try burning frankincense for depression, though.

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