The History of Bromantane

The History of Bromantane

Bromantane is a chemical substance produced by the decomposition of chlorophyll in plants. Bromantane is commonly marketed under the trade name Bromantane and is commonly prescribed to treat symptoms of anxiety and panic attacks. The chemical substance has been found useful as a neurostimulator and antidepressant in animal tests and studies. However, when it is administered to humans it can produce certain side effects such as dizziness, nausea, headache, flushing, and tingling in the lips, tongue, or throat. It is also known to cause diarrhea, abdominal pain, vomiting, indigestion, heartburn, and difficulty swallowing.

Prescribed to treat symptoms of anxiety

Bromantane is usually prepared by combining l-glutamic acid (glutamine) and N-acetyl-d Glucosamine (NAG). The main ingredients in Bromantane are L-glutamic acid, guggulintolin, and N-acetyl-d Glucosamine hydrochloride. Bromantane, sold under the common name Ladasten, is a psychostimulant that belongs to the citrate, hydroxyl, and amino group of monohydrate materials. Bromantane is used to relieve mental stress, to improve memory, and to increase alertness and attention span in patients with Alzheimer’s disease and stroke. It is not recommended for pregnant women, persons using sedatives, and those taking certain types of medications including nitroglycerine, blood thinners, and oral contraceptives. Some studies indicate that Bromantane may be ineffective when used alone.

The FDA has placed the black label warning on the packaging of Bromantane stating that there are serious side effects when using Bromantane for purposes other than relief of mental stress. Because of this the active ingredient has been removed from most of the dietary supplements marketed as bromantane and many people are unaware of its potential dangers when used as a nootropic, muscle relaxer, or energy booster. It is also important to remember that the active ingredients found in most supplements are not necessarily safe. If you are interested in treating your mental disorder, or if you are suffering from some type of physical limitation, you should consult a professional before using any nootropic supplement to avoid potential complications.

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