Our expert says:
None whatsoever. Like almost all serious medications, they need a prescription for your safety - this means you need to see a doctor for a proper assessment and diagnosis, and then you can discuss treatment options. Otherwise it'd be too easy for you to gdiagnose yourself ( but you could get it dangerously wrong ) take the wrong medicine, get no better and maybe harm yourself.
NOTHING sold over the counter is an effective antidepressant.
If you're short on cash, go to a state / provincial hospital or clinic, to see a doctor and get a prescription which will be priced at their pharmacy according to your income.
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