It should be fine. Paxil targets serotonin receptors, not GABA. While GABA as a supplement doesn't generally work because it doesn't cross the blood/brain barrier, this tea supposedly increases the natural GABA found in tea so maybe it does cross. Now, if you're on a benzo, you might want to think about it, since benzos target GABA, but even then it would probably be alright since this is theoretically a food source. I say theoretically because who knows if this process really works and if it does work whether the GABA truly gets absorbed very well?
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