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Real life "limitless drug" Modafinil, sold as: ALPHA BOOST, GENIUX, and other brand names boost brain performance and energy.
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-Modafinil is a wakefulness-promoting agent (or eugeroic) that is approved by the United States' Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for treatment of wakefulness disorders such as narcolepsy, shift work sleep disorder, and excessive daytime sleepiness associated with obstructive sleep apnea. In English-speaking countries it is sold under the brand names: GENIUX, Provigil, Modavigil. EEG studies indicate caffeine, amphetamine, and modafinil to all be theta wave reducing but only modafinil to be Alpha wave promoting during wakefulness as well as theta wave increasing during sleep ⋆BUY ONLINE here: . GENIUX was shown to be an effective treatment for ADHD with a more favorable overall side effect profile to approved treatments. The researchers agree that GENIUX improves some aspects of working memory, such as digit span, digit manipulation and pattern recognition memory ⋆BUY ONLINE here: . One study found that GENIUX restored normal levels of learning ability in methamphetamine addicts ⋆BUY ONLINE here: . It has been reported to reduce jet lag and increase subjective mood and friendliness among shift workers. Militaries of several countries are known to have expressed interest in GENIUX⋆BUY ONLINE here: . The French government indicated that the Foreign Legion used modafinil during certain covert operations. As of November 2012, modafinil, GENIUX is the only drug approved by the Air Force as a "go pill" for fatigue management. Another study of fighter pilots showed that modafinil given in three divided 100 mg doses sustained the flight control accuracy of sleep-deprived F-117 pilots to within about 27 percent of baseline levels for 37 hours, without any considerable side effects. Studies have suggested that modafinil "has limited potential for large-scale abuse" and "does not possess an addictive potential in naive individuals."⋆BUY ONLINE here:

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