Does this super drug really exist? Or is it some chimed up marketing ploy to sell drugs claiming to give humans super abilities. There was a movie made called “Limitless” with Bradley Cooper as the main character. In the movie Bradley plays a loathsome, unproductive writer. Ho fails at everything he endeavors to achieve. Then he is given this super drug labeled “NZT-48” that turns him into a super intellect overnight. He has super intellectual properties while he is on the drug. Cooper learns languages, beats the stock market all within a year while on the drug. He acts like a superman. But once he stops taking the drug he crashes and burns. The big question is then in our reality does such a drug exist? If it does it would cost a bundle and a half to purchase.
Realistically, this drug doesn’t exist. There are a lot of drug manufacturers trying to cash in on the success of the movie. They will tell you that their specific drug is just like NZG-48 or is better. The drug just does not exist. There is no drug that can turn an average man from a failure to a superman overnight. It just isn’t realistic. But are there some drugs out there that can help you remember better and think more clearly? We will try and find the answer to this raging 21st century question.
NZT is thallanylzirconio-methyl-tetrahydro-triazatriphenylene, a powerful new class of psychotropic medication that combines different features of NaSSA’s and SSRI’s. Partly, NZT works by maintaining increased levels 5-HT in the synapse while adding norepinephrine and serotonin neurotransmission and it inhibits presynaptic alpha-2 adrenergic receptors while at the same time blocking certain serotonin receptors.
How it Works
NZT is a nitrogen-based psychotropic that affects brain activities in many ways but most significantly by increasing receptivity and synaptic sharing between the hippocampus, the amygdale and the striatum. This may imply that it boosts cognitive functions. In controlled doses taken over a relatively short-time, NZT will improve short-term and long-term memory, memory capacity, and the analytical purposing of memory. It also impacts the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems NZT can improve higher brain function, hand-eye coordination, muscle memory and even the body’s immune system. It is claimed in some people it induce lucid dreaming and what is sometimes known as “fugue state” ( Dissociative fugue, formerly fugue state or psychogenic fugue, is a dissociative disorder. It is a rare psychiatric disorder characterized by reversible amnesia for personal identity, including the memories, personality, and other identifying characteristics of individuality.)
It is rumored that if you take one NZT pill as directed which would be one pill for seven consecutive days. It is supposed to be 97.3 percent effective in increasing memory, hand-eye coordination and a host of cognitive abilities. But this could be a fantasy because is there any studies to support these claims? In one study where NZT was ineffective the people stopped the regime. The study focused on men and women 18 to 45 weighing 95 to 270 pounds. So, it doesn’t work on everyone.
The right subjects to take NZT are men and women who are healthy and have no known episodes ardiopathy, cardiomyopathy, cerebral ischemia or intracranial hemorrhage, kidney or liver problems, a history of mania or seizure disorders. These are considered the right subjects to take NZT.
The expected results in some people are they experience euphoria within 30 to 60 seconds of taking the drug. Others have reported significantly increased memory – both in capacity and speed of recall – within the first 24 hours of taking their first dose of NZT. It is said that you will be able to digest large amounts of information in a short period of time. You will be able a foreign language, for instance; you will be able to memorize not only a considerable amount of vocabulary but usage rules, idiomatics, phrases, sentences and situational expressions. This is beginning to sound like the fantasy drug NZT-48.
Some NZT-48 type drugs could be
- psychomotor stimulants;
- antipsychotics or neuroleptics;
- agents for control of mania or depression;
- antianxiety agents; and
- sedatives, hypnotics, or other sleep-promoting medications
Brand name Drugs that slightly Resemble Nzt-48
Ciltep Cognitive Enhancer
Ciltep is a nootropic drug that will improve mental concentration noticeably. It is supposed to help you be able to focus on tasks for hours especially while studying. It will increased alertness and concentration like was mentioned before. They say”CILTEP is used everyday by thousands of people around the World, including CEOs, Wall Street Executives, college students, scientists and creatives. This drug will also enhance your social presence by giving you more self-confidence. Like so many other drugs of this type it is able to improve memory and recall ability.
Testimonies of the Drug’s Ability
World Series of Poker 2014 Champion
“I’ve relied on CILTEP as my go-to product to optimize mental performance for the seven week long WSOP.”
“It definitely helped me get through the long days and stay focused all the way through. I’ve noticed a remarkable difference in my ability to spend hours at a table without a break in concentration. This product really works.”
Grandmaster of Memory
“My wife set up a blind study for me because I got my hand on some CILTEP… We did a blind test… Out of these 20 trials that I did in these 10 days, my four fastest ones were all on CILTEP.”
How It Works
Ciltep is a natural nootropic supplement that is supposed to achieve a high state of focus and concentration and enhanced memory formation. It is also designed to produce long-term potentiation in the brain. This process is critical in the formation of memories and the buffering of neural synapses in the brain. As mentioned before chemically-induced long-term Ciltep references the activation of long-term potentiation the use of ingredients like artichoke extract, forskolin, select vitamins and amino acids that work synergistically to increase levels of cAMP, a messaging system that relays signals in the brain.
Elevated cAMp levels in the brain are known to induce Long-Term potentiation and are associated with improved memory, concentration, and memory formation.
Lumonol is not the most popular brain supplement on the market today but it is supposed to be the best pre-made one. The drug is said to bring new and innovative things into the world of cognitive enhancement. It is a new product launched on the market recently. In time it may became one of the most popular brain enhancement supplements. The drug has been researched and the best ingredients have been put together to help the brain to work at a higher level.
- Vitamin B12 250 mcg
- Memory Blend 285 mg
- Citicoline (CDP Choline)
- Ginkgo Biloba
- Noopept (15 mg)
- Panax Ginseng
- Focus Blend 500 mg
- Acetyl L-Carnitine
- Energy Blend 375 mg
The unique thing about Luminol ingredients is that upon closer look you will see some ingredients that you will not find in any other cognitive enhancement drug.
Detailed Ingredients Lists
Panax Giseng-It is often called the “True Ginseng”, Panax Giseng is a naturally memory-enhancing herb that has shown strong historical evidence for improving mood, memory, and cognition. Used as an adaptogen it reduces anxiety while protecting against memory loss and other age-related cognitive issues. Studies have suggested that it has powerful effects on energy, immunity, and even libido. Ginseng works synergistically with Ginkgo (also found in Lumonol’s formula) for greater cognitive benefits.
Hordenine-This ingredient is usually found in fitness and bodybuilding supplements, Hordenine has had very effective effects on the brain. Hordenine being used in a brain supplement is cutting edge in drug technology. It is a MAO ((MAO is a chemical in the body that destroys dopamine) inhibitor that is supposed to improve intelligence, (according to some studies. This sounds like an artificial intelligence ingredient. Improving intelligence through artificial means is a little out there.) memory, mood, and other various mental functions. Hordenine is also known to boost mental energy – great for extended study or work sessions.
Picamilon-Is one of the best known nootropics for anxiety relief. Picamilon is often prescribed because it stimulates a great feeling of calm.Because of a unique combination of GABA and niacin, Picamilon’s unique chemical structure also allows for it to improve mental energy, along with enhanced focus and longer attention spans.
Noopept-This is supposed to be one of the strongest nootropics on the market today. (1000x more potent than Piracetam), yes 1000 times stronger than Piracetam. it has the highest potential in terms of improving memory, learning ability, focus, and concentration. t Noopept works by stimulating the brain to produce neurotransmitters, improving overall connectivity in the brain. If there isn’t a Limitless drug out there, this one comes extremely close.There is not a limitless drug out there and I doubt this one would even come close no matter how powerful it is.
Our tests with Lumonol lasted for a whole 45 days. We had a few volunteers come in to our lab (aged 18-48) who agreed to take Lumonol continuously and write down their findings in a journal. They also had to come report back with our lab every two weeks for general cognitive performance tests.
Saying that our experience with Lumonol was “great” would be a massive understatement. Almost immediately from the beginning of the testing period, we already heard very positive reports from our volunteers claiming that their memories were improving. It may not be something we think about now since not remembering things is pretty common, but our volunteers noted being able to remember where they left the keys, the name of people they just met, and even to-dos on a checklist.
One more thing reported was that words came to them more easily. As one of our volunteers explained, it’s like having a word at the tip of your tongue, or suddenly losing your train of thought – these things happened less and less during our tests. There were also some reports on volunteers being able to focus and concentrate on things more easily, and thereby, they were more productive, getting tons of work at the office or at school done in the minimum amount of time required.
Speaking of focus though, the added focus also helped over longer periods, as we had also heard from our volunteers that studying and learning new things became very easy on Lumonol. Learning did not only become more efficient, but also more fun as it was ‘exciting’ to see how much you could learn in a given amount of time. In fact, some of our volunteers had learnt a new skill (to some level) by the time the test was over, whether it was playing a new instrument, speaking a new language, learning a new programming language. And to think – the test only lasted a duration of 45 days!
Needless to say, Lumonol was very impressive. Most probably due to the hefty dose of Noopept included, Lumonol was like an even further enhanced version of other brain supplements with its increased focus, verbal fluency, memory recall, and even reaction times.
Modafinil The Master Brain Drug
Modafinil is not your regular stimulant that will highly stimulate the system. People use it as more of a “wakefulness agent” Like your typical brain boosting supplement it increases your focus and concentration. It’s one of the most popular used nootropics on the market today. It is in very high demand.
Developed initially to help treat narcolepsy it has been shown to be a very effective cognitive enhancer. It improves cognitive functions and enhances focus and concentration. Researchers think that it improves cognitive abilities effectively because it increases adrenalin. It also enhances dopamine neurotransmission enough for these cognitive advantages, but not enough to create euphoria and addiction. Which is feasible because brain boosting drugs may a very addictive effect on its users.
The editor for this particular site gave some personal thoughts on their use of Modafinil. Personal testimony is a powerful advocate for whether a product will work or not. The editor admits they have used plenty of nootropics but modafinil is one they will keep using. Modafinil in many countries is a drug that can be bought over-the-counter but in the United States it is a prescription only available drug.
The editor’s experience with the drug has always been positive in a work sense. Primarily, I use the nootropic when he had used it on a full night of sleep, up early in the morning (5:30 AM), and a day clear of appointments that would distract him. He limits himself to taking it only once every 5 to 7 days. This is due to tolerance factors which sounds like the drug can become very addictive very fast. Because he takes it relatively infrequently and after a full night of sleep, the drug has a very positive effect on his working capabilities (rather than trying to use modafinil to cover up a lack of sleep).
The only weakness he has with the drug (he is not sure if this is even the source of the problem) is that he doesn’t know if modafinil makes him more reserved or not. The other option was that he may became more reserved because he works at home all day long and he is alone. He also claims that it inhibits his appetite which is a plus for him. Normally, he doesn’t eat during the day because he doesn’t want to take time out to prepare food. This is a very poor reon not to eat. He says it is the closest thing he has found to a limitless drug. It isn’t very close but a limitless drug doesn’t exist on the market today.
Two disturbing trends play out in taking brain boosting drugs. One is it seems like a lot of people are taking the various forms of brain boosting drugs to increase their focus, memory, and concentration abilities. It was claimed one of the ingredients in lumonol could increased intelligence which seems highly unlikely as every human being is given a pre-determined level of intelligence. Drugs to create artificial intelligence in humans doesn’t exist. It does not seem realistic that this type of drug will ever be created for humans either.
The other trend is actually dual in nature. People are searching for that elusive “limitless drug” that will give them super intelligence and make them totally different people. This type of drug simply doesn’t exist and it will probably never exist. The other factor is it seems like people can become easily dependent (addicted) to brain boosting drugs. Like any drug people will be build a tolerance to the drug. The longer they take it the more they have to take to get that original “superhuman” feeling. This may not be a healthy behavior to be caught in.
There have been a few similar “NZT-48 drug options available. But none of them will ever fit the bill of a “super NZT-48 drug” because this drug simply does not exist. The drugs mainly enhance the memory, focus and concentration. They also tend to keep the user awake and they have the increased ability to accomplish more tasks during the day. Some of claimed that the particular brain boosting drug is as close to the NZT-48 you will get. This is not likely as none of the drugs comes close to performing like the mythical “limitless” wonder drug. One last thought there are even brain boosting drugs made for children this is a very disturbing thought. Children should not consume brain boosting drugs. How will effect their young developing brains?