The drug is called EGCG and it works like the placebo for a condition called acute mixed anxiety disorder (AMAD), a condition where people experience both high and low levels of anxiety.
The drug’s effectiveness is based on the assumption that the body can’t distinguish between the two.
When the body does, it causes inflammation and pain.
That’s what happens when you take a drug for anxiety.
EGCg is marketed under the brand name Bicentan, which stands for “biosynthetic, natural synthetic.”
The drug contains a chemical called phenylalanine that is converted to phenylacetone, which is an addictive stimulant.
The effects of Bicenate include the feeling of euphoria, a sense of calm, and improved concentration.
It has been tested and approved for treating depression in people with AMAD.
It is also used to treat some forms of chronic pain and anxiety in people over age 50.
Bicents are generally considered safer than benzodiazepines, which are designed to treat anxiety and other mental health problems.
It’s not clear whether EGCgs effectiveness for treating AMAD will be comparable to other treatments.
If it is, the price will likely be quite high.
EGGs are not cheap.
A 10-milligram pill is about $50.
There is no clear indication that EGCGs are more effective than other treatments in treating AMad.
But if the price goes up, it may make it more attractive to try out new drugs.
For instance, if EGCs are found to be effective in treating people with severe anxiety disorders, it would likely make it harder for the FDA to reject a drug that may be cheaper.