Bromantane, or Ladasten, is a chemical developed by Russian scientists in the 80s from amantadine combined with bromobenzene, and has been banned in the Olympics since 1996. [R]
Bromantane is widely used in Russia for performance enhancing and for anti-inflammation, and is well-known for maintaining a high working capacity. It is also known to shorten recovery times after exercise [R, R, R].
- Bromantane Effects
- 1) Bromantane Improves Brain Function
- 2) Bromantane Improves Brain Waves
- 3) Bromantane Improves Heart Function
- 4) Bromantane Increases Sex Drive
- 5) Bromantane Helps Personality Disorders
- 6) Bromantane Helps Anxiety
- 7) Bromantane Improves Depression-Caused Inflammation
- 8) Bromantane Improves Offspring Learning
- 9) Bromantane Improves Reproduction
- Bromantane Risks
- Bromantane Side Effects
- Bromantane Dosage
- Bromantane Reviews
1) Bromantane Improves Brain Function
Also, bromantane improves short-term memory, motivation, planning abilities, and attention in rats [R].
It also improves productivity, vigilance, and motor performance [R].
2) Bromantane Improves Brain Waves
People with high alpha waves increased low-beta and decreased high-beta waves with the use of Bromantane, while people with low alpha waves decreased low-beta and increased high-beta waves [R].
This suggests that if you are drowsy, bromantane wakes you up, and if you are awake bromantane raises consciousness.
3) Bromantane Improves Heart Function
Bromantane increases the blood pumped by the hearts of rats [R].
4) Bromantane Increases Sex Drive
Bromantane after three days was found to increase wanting to have sex, and after two months also wanting to receive sex, in a study performed on rats. The effects were dose-dependent (more bromantane for more sex drive) [R].
5) Bromantane Helps Personality Disorders
Using bromantane reduces the symptoms of personality disorders in humans [R].
6) Bromantane Helps Anxiety
7) Bromantane Improves Depression-Caused Inflammation
Also, it improved social skills and restored immune system organs in mice [R].
8) Bromantane Improves Offspring Learning
In rats, bromantane’s learning benefits are passed on to infant rats [R].
9) Bromantane Improves Reproduction
Male mice with bromantane had increases in the number and mobility of sperm and females lost fewer embryos once fertilized [R].
Bromantane in rats keeps adrenaline and noradrenaline in the blood instead of lost in urine [R].
PKC is increased in rats by ridiculously high doses (50 mg/kg bodyweight) of bromantane to quicker contract muscles, ejaculate, and excite neurons, by increasing thyroid hormones and AAAD (makes serotonin and dopamine) [R].
Bromantane in rats (50 mg/kg body weight) increases amyloid beta precursor protein, HIF1A, and alcohol dehydrogenase and decreases NPAS2 [R].
- NPAS2 makes NREM sleep appear more like REM [R, R]
- HIF1A helps in coping under low oxygen [R]
- Alcohol dehydrogenase helps recovery from alcohol [R]
- Amyloid beta precursor protein causes Alzheimer’s disease [R]
Bromantane increases APC, RB1, TUBA1, and ACTB [R].
Also, bromantane decreases HSPA1L, CALM1, STX1A, and STX1B [R].
A curcumin melatonin hybrid has much the same effects on amyloid beta precursor protein, yet is not for sale [R].
There are no withdrawal symptoms from bromantane, therefore no addiction potential [R].
Bromantane Side Effects
There have not been many reported negative side effects with the use of Bromantane, particularly the lack of withdrawal symptoms if one does stop taking it. However, some do report mild side effects of fatigue, depression, and brain fog [R].
Standard doses are 50-100 mg per day, although athletes might dose higher, negative effects are found after dosing 3000+ mg [R].
The half-life of Bromantane is 11-21 hours. This means that after dosing at 50 mg for a week you will theoretically have 65-100 mg in your blood, and after dosing 100 mg for a week, you will theoretically have 130-200 mg in your blood.
“If you have low dopamine, this is the compound for you. After dosing regularly for a week my motivation and energy levels increased and so did pleasure from ordinary activities.
Many people give up on it early because it is not your average stimulant that gives an instant high.
It requires repeated doses, preferably in accordance to official instruction, and over time dopamine levels will be increased. Risks regarding Alzheimers are overblown.
The anticholinergic effect happens at doses well above the recommended amount.
Even water can kill you if you have too much.
Still, it is another example that we should be careful to measure our doses accurately, do not stray far from the appropriate amount, and cycle your nootropics.” [R]
“It was by far the best nootropic I’ve tried (out of 80+ different substances). All day energy and wanting to exercise. Workout were literally a breeze and euphoric. Extremely anxiolytic.
I was wondering if it was making me hypomanic, which I think it was…. Because I could barely sleep but had heaps of energy.” [R]
“I’ve been taking bromantane for the last few months and it has a very caffiene-esque body buzz at 150mgs or so for me at 250lbs. That being said it also has worked wonders for my anxiety. It took plenty of trial and error for the dosage but I think 150mg is my sweet spot for now.” [R]
“It’s great for anxiety and confidence, energy & stamina, overall resilience and depression. What good is being smart and productive if you have difficulty facing and dealing with the world?” [R]
“Tianeptine should synergize with bromantane in disinhibiting the release of DA, while semax has some power on its own, and many state it can potentiate other stuff too.
As for who say that bromantane doesn’t work for them, I say that they look at it incorrectly: it is not an amphetamine or stuff like that, it should work just like an antidepressant, it slowly builds its modifications in brain chemistry over time; if after 4 weeks you still have no positive results, then you can ditch it.” [R]
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