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Selank® 0.15%  is anxiolytic peptide drug with nootropic properties. It is marketed in nasal spray form since 2009. By its structure, Selank is based on endogenous tetrapeptide Tuftsin, which plays an important role in immune system. To slow the breakdown of peptide...

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Mexidol (aka emoxypine succinate)

Mexidol® (a trade name for emoxypine succinate) is a nootropic drug widely used in Russian neurology. It was developed in the Soviet Union in the beginning of 1980s. Mexidol has a wide spectrum of pharmacological action. One of its most important properties is...

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Aminalon is a trade name of pharmaceutical grade gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) supplementation. GABA is the main inhibitory neurotransmitter in the central nervous system. Usually, GABA receptors are the primary target of anxiolytic drugs. Aminalon does not easily...

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Phenibut review

Phenibut is an anxiolytic drug used in Russia and its bordering countries to treat various neurological and psychiatric disorders. One of its most significant advantages over benzodiazepine tranquilizers is the ability to alleviate anxiety without causing sedation or...

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Validol is a mild sedative drug popular in Russia and other CIS countries. The active ingredient of Validol tablets is menthol and Menthyl isovalerate, which is an ester of isovaleric acid. Validolum was patented in Germany in 1897. It was a 30% menthol solution in...

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Stresam (Etifoxine, Strezam)

Stresam® (a brand name for Etifoxine) is an anti-anxiety and anticonvulsant medication of the benzoxazine family. The anxiolytic effects of Stresam are comparable to benzodiazepines. However, etifoxine is a non-benzodiazepine anxiolytic. One of its biggest advantages...

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