You lied in order to get a prescription for a medicine you know nothing about? I'm going to try really hard to reserve judgement here. After all, I do know what it's like to be desparate for treatment. Nardil is one of the older MAO inhibitors, and can be quite helpful for certain disorders. But there are MANY drug and food interactions.
A quote from emedicinehealth.com:
There are many other medicines that can cause serious or life-threatening medical problems if you take them together with phenelzine. Do not take phenelzine before telling your doctor about all other prescription and over-the-counter medications you use, including vitamins, minerals, and herbal products. I think you really need to find and work closely with a knowledgeable provider on this one.
Read the patient information that comes with your prescription. Also, check patient-friendly sites such as Rxlist and emedicinehealth.com. The National Library of Medicine has a consumer information sheet at Phenelzine - PubMed Health.