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PRL-8-53 Powder

  • Product Description

    PRL-8-53 is a hypermnesiac nootropic developed by Nikolaus Hansel at Creignton University. A double-blind trial of 47 healthy human volunteers led to a word retention rate of 205% over the course of one week dosing at 5mg, 2-2.5 hours before studying. Subjects over 30 years old showed even more improvement with results at 252% of baseline performance. The exact mechanism for PRL-8-53 is unknown. However, it does not display stimulant properties and does not potentiate stimulants like dextroamphetamine.

    Product includes one jar of PRL-8-53 powder.

    Attention: All chemical compounds have risks. Please consult your physician, and understand the available research, before consumption. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. It has not been approved, nor have these statements been evaluated, by the FDA.

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    1. mastering music

      Not only have i found that with this can i read like never before and comprehend much better than i ever have, but i have also found that i am much better at music wroting and playing with this. It has improved my musical ear by multitudes and gives a nice calm focused euphoria. on 21st Nov 2017

    2. This is powerful

      This seems to only improve memory and does not provide any kind of concentration enhancement, so far. I think 10mg is about right for me. For what it does, this stuff is as good as or better than phenylpiracetam, which is the strongest safe nootropic I have used. All the nasty orajel type comments +1. on 17th Oct 2017

    3. I'm a big fan

      I originally bought PRL 8-53 on a whim to supplement my stack of phenlypiracetam and noopept. At first I didn't take it too often and never by itself. I only really started to use it when I ran out of phenylpiracetam. After a few days I realized that my attention and especially my recall were on a level I hadn't experienced in quite a while. I was right in the middle of a web coding bootcamp at the time and believe me, there was a lot of new info swimming around in my brain. Even small details came to me easily. It made a believer out of me. Tastes like hell but I still take it every day. on 7th Aug 2017

    4. Works as I expected it to

      My short term memory has been improved radically and I now can remember having vivid dreams after I wake up in the morning (something that hasn't been possible for me before). Even though this substance has not been researched well, I think from my experience of testing it out on myself as a guinea pig, that it works pretty well on 26th Jul 2017

    5. something but nothing special

      I was pretty pumped when I read the study on it. I can tell you now i wasn't super impressed. Also it numbs your mouth big time.... Like putting orajel in your mouth but nasty and lingering. on 21st Jul 2017

    6. auphoria

      All I got from this was a auphoric feeling for two hours, as far as memory is concern uhm no not really, would I try it again yes I woukd give it a second shot. on 3rd Jun 2017

    7. Probably lives up to the hype

      On its own: definitely provides memory boost with a side benefit of a mood boost
      In stack: I stacked 25-40mg of prl with 30-50mg of noopept a number of times, and noticed significantly improved memory retention, mood boost, and overall cognitive boost undoubtedly greater than that of just noopept.
      on 31st May 2017

    8. euphoria

      took the whole .5mg and within a few seconds I started having a euphoric feeling and after like a minute I had a full mild euphoria, that lasted for like a couple of hrs. pretty nice feeling I might say, as far as the memory is concern, I will have to see if there is an improvement by the end of the week since I dosed it yesterday. on 16th May 2017

    9. Great for memory

      I stack this with racetams and Alpha GPC (choline). It definitely helps with memory retention. on 15th Mar 2017



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