By now, you’ve probably heard that tatsutam and tatasulam are both herbs.
These two herbal medicines are used in the US for treating anxiety, insomnia, and mood swings.
The drugs are sometimes prescribed for depression and other mood disorders.
But what exactly are they?
The New Scientist spoke to experts to find out.
Tatsutama is a powerful sedative.
It is also commonly used for anxiety disorders.
Tatazulam is an anti-inflammatory.
Tazolamide is a pain reliever.
The compounds they produce are similar, but the compounds are extracted from different plants, not from the same herb.
They’re very different molecules and therefore they’re very difficult to classify.
They both work by increasing blood flow to the brain.
Tatzulam also has an anticonvulsant effect, which helps people stop the rapid eye movement (REM) sleep pattern, which can lead to seizures and coma.
They also have a tonic-like effect that helps you feel relaxed.
Both of these drugs are prescribed to treat mood disorders and anxiety.
In some people, the two medicines can improve their mood, though they’re still highly effective for the majority of people.
What do these compounds do?
The most common side effects of these medicines are mild to moderate, including: headache and eye problems, mood swings, anxiety, and confusion