Centrophenoxine-the Neuroenergizer

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    Centrophenoxine (CPH), also known as Lucidril ® and meclofenoxate, is one of the older nootropic drugs-it was developed in 1959 at the French National Scientific Research Center. (1) CPH is a compound of two other biochemicals-dimethyl-aminoethanol (DMAE) and parachlorphenoxyacetic acid (PCPA). DMAE is found naturally in some foods, especially fish, and is also, a natural metabolite of choline in the human body. The presence of high amounts of DMAE in fish may be the basis for the " folk wisdom… CONTINUE READING

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