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A list of supplements that show promise in treating symptoms of schizophrenia (positive, negative, and cognitive). Always refer to your doctor prior to supplementation if you are currently taking pharmaceuticals or antipsychotics as to avoid a potentially adverse interaction.
Sarcosine (alternatively, D-Serine can also be used) at 2,000mg daily appears to be effective in reducing symptoms of schizophrenia. While D-Serine is cheaper, it appears to be a bit unreliable in increasing blood levels of D-serine (and thus its efficacy is a bit variable) while sarcosine is equally effective but a bit more reliable.