At 05:51 PM 12/22/01, you wrote:
>Hi. I think you are thinking of Provigil (modafinil) which is currently
>being used for the treatment of narcolepsy.
I've used Adrafinil, which I believe is pretty much the same thing. I
really couldn't notice any effect. If there was one, it was minor.
>In addition to its wakefulness-promoting effects and increased locomotor
>activity in animals, in humans, PROVIGIL produces psychoactive and
>euphoric effects, alterations in mood, perception, and thinking, and
>feelings typical of other CNS stimulants.
Unless Modafinil is much more effective than Adrafinil, this seems unlikely
Thanks for the information Patrick. I stress my observations are
subjective, but I do doubt the effectiveness of Modafinil. Can you tell me
if it is indeed just about the same as Adrafinil?
You can buy Adrafinil from Quality Health:
and from Masters Marketing in England. No URL handy but Google will find it.
Both seem to be very reliable.
Max More, Ph.D.
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President, Extropy Institute. http://www.extropy.org <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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