a hypermnesic drug in humans
prl-8-53 is a nootropic research chemical derived from benzoic acid and phenylmethylamine (benzylamine) that has been shown to act as a hypermnesic drug in humans; it was first synthesized by medical chemistry professor nikolaus hansl at creighton university in the 1970s as part of his work on amino ethyl meta benzoic acid esters.
prl-8-53 is not a medical treatment for disease or illness, although a nootropic effect in healthy individuals has been claimed. a single study in humans was reported in 1978. the double-blind trial of prl-8-53 in 47 healthy volunteers measured its effects on a variety of cognitive measures. 5 mg of the drug was administered orally 2–2.5 hours be
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