Hi, Ashling! I think your question may be a little outside of what we're familiar with. Any and all medications ~ herbal and prescription ~ should only be taken together under a doctor's guidance. Seroquel can interact with hundreds of other medications, so I'd be very careful about taking herbals with it also. Rhodiola and pine pollen are pretty innocuous, but mucuna has psychotropic effects which could affect your Seroquel. In and of itself, it can be dangerous if you don't know how to use it properly ~ and I'm not really sure what you're even taking it for. It's not commonly prescribed. My best advice is consult the doctor who prescribed your Seroquel, and also a well qualified herbalist ~ an Ayurvedic practioner would be best. Best wishes, WCV
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