The world’s stupidest drugs law, the Psychoactive Drugs Act, has come into effect in the UK in early May and it claims to prohibit the creation and supply of all psychoactive substances not already covered by pre-existing drugs laws.
The compounds that we're going to analyze today is Cerebramin, which is part of the "Cytamins" family of compounds. Cytamins are nucleoproteins complex isolated from the organs of healthy cattle. These compounds are part of a new family of compounds, called peptide bioregulators, and are being researched as anti-aging treatments.
This beautiful magazine advertisement from Eduardo A. Cánovas depicts the brain, that is, the primary target of Tonibral, one of the many names by which the p-acetamidobenzoate salt of DMAE was being sold, from the early 50s to the late 70s.
Phenylpiracetam, also known by its Russian pharmaceutical name Phenotropil, was developed in Russia in the 1980s as a piracetam derivative, with the hopes that it would display additional stimulant activity.
Some researchers have noticed a correlation between reduced hippocampal volume and depression. According to this theory, NSI-189 could potentially be a remedy to those suffering from depression by contributing to the growth of the patient’s hippocampus.