Wasnt there a study that showed that reboxetine prevented hypertensive crisis from tyramine rich food? Apart from that it may be a good addon as it would reverse the hypotension caused by too little noradrenaline.
Yeah NRI's are supposed to help prevent tyramine induced hypertensive crisis. I don't think they completly obliterate the risk though, just lessen it. I think you can find alot of that research at psychotropical.com
Personally, I also agree and wonder if NRI's might help reduce the postural hypotension, since it's supposedly induced by MAOIS decreasing noradrenaline activity via octopamine.