Genuine Russian Ladasten (Bromantan)
By Russian Pharmaceutical Company Masterpharm / JSC LEKKO
Wait... Energy products make you nervous. Anti-Anxiety products make you sleepy. Not this one. One-of-a-kind Ladasten helps you be alert, focused and energized yet calm and tranquil.
Reduce Fatigue / Boost Energy
Increase Physical Stamina
Relieve Anxiety / Improve Sleep
Elevates & Stabilizes Mood
Boost Memory, Focus & Concentration
Non-Toxic & Non Habit Forming
The World First Heard Of Ladasten (Bromantan/Bromantane) During The 1996 Olympics When Several Russian Medalists Were Disqualified Because Ladasten Had Given Them An Unfair Advantage.
While Very Effective, Ladasten Is Safe, Legal, Non-Toxic And Non-Habit Forming.
In Addition To Enhanced Physical Performance, Ladasten Boosts Mental Performance With The Added Benefit Of Reducing Anxiety And Elevating Mood.
Who Knows More About Performance Enhancement Than The Russians?
1964 Soviet Weightlifter Leonid Zhabotinsky
But seriously, these guys know their stuff. Russia's Masterpharm / JSC LEKKO is one of the world's largest pharmaceutical manufacturers and a world leader in the production of nootropics and performance enhancement products. They are the Russian equivalent of US based Pfizer.
Ladasten (Bromantan/Bromantane) is specifically designed to help you be alert and reduce anxiety. According to the manufacturer, it doesn't just not make you nervous. It will actually help reduce your level of anxiety (anxiolytic properties). At the same time it enhances physical and mental performance.
Ladasten has solved the age-old problem of being both energized and tranquil.
Eliminates daytime sleepiness, increased activity, improves concentration and both physical & mental performance.
Practically no effects of hyper-stimulation (sleep disorders, anxiety amplification).
Therapeutic effect develops quickly - with the first dose.
Single dose lasts all day. No crash. No jitters.
A balanced combination of stimulant and anti-anxiety actions.
Elevates & Stabilizes Mood.
Does not impair motor skills such as driving or operating machinery.
Non-toxic, non-habit forming product.
Does not effect blood-pressure.
Enhanced physical performance under extreme conditions (i.e. hot, cold, high altitude, etc).
Who may benefit?
High stress job or heavy workload.
Students under pressure to perform.
Over 50 and feeling it.
Worn out, stressed out or sleep deprived.
According to the manufacturer Ladasten combats feelings of "neurasthenia" or "asthenia" (common Russian term) defined as:
Increased anxiety, irritability, fatigue, and intolerance to mental and physical strain. Being easily distracted and complaining of absentmindedness, poor memory and low mood. Sleep disturbances, including difficulty in falling asleep, superficial or un-refreshing sleep, sleepiness during the day, and/or insomnia at night.
... so basically tired, foggy, & stressed.
To view package insert Click Here. Note: Translation from Russian is good but not perfect.
2009 Clinical Trial On US National Institute Of Heath (NIH) Site concludes: It has been found that Ladasten is superior in the rate and degree of reduction of the main symptoms of asthenia compared to placebo. The absence of "withdrawal syndrome" after discontinuation reveals the lack of addictive potential.
Suggested use: One 50mg tablet daily in AM. May increase to two tablets if desired. Do not exceed 4 tablets daily (in split dose). Do not take within 8 hours of planned bedtime to avoid remaining awake.
Not for use by children under 18 or pregnant or lactating women.
Please note the product is manufactured in Russia and the text on the packaging is in Russian.
Note: The FDA has not evaluated or endorsed this product. It is not intended to treat any specific illness or medical condition. Please consult your physician prior to using this or any other nutritional supplements or medications.
Posted by Richard on 24th Oct 2014
used this for addressing both anxiety along with daytime tiredness due to shift work, sleep apnea and middle age,,,very positive results, also appears to assist with maintaining immune system,,,,ie less sick days.....
Posted by Smoothrocker on 24th Oct 2014
My experience with Ladasten is right in line with it's description.In addition to being a long time worker at a concrete plant,I am also a musician/perforfmer.I find Ladasten very effective.I am 54 years young.For me,it does exactly what it was designed to do.Excellent product!Thank you!
Posted by James on 24th Oct 2014
The anxiolytic effects are excellent with no side effects ( foggy head or jitters ) . Thank you Awake Brain (Butch) for your great service and products and best wishes . Highly Recommend .
More anxiolytic than a stimulant
Posted by Rooster on 24th Oct 2014
I used this less as a nootropic and more for what it was initially made famous for, as a performance enhancing drug.
The expectation was to see an increased level of focus, hopefully without any jittery side effects common to most stimulants. The secondary reason was for the anxiolytic effects to calm the nerves while I played.
There's very little stimulant effect to this. It was fairly easy to sleep about 4-5 hours after a 200 mg dose. Usually I kept it to 100 mg (two pills) at most, but I felt a little tired and hoped it might pick me up a little. The larger dose had no real impact on the stimulant effect of the drug.
Where this shines is for the anxiolytic effects. The calming effect without any drowsiness helped me immensely in competition. It raised my confidence and eliminated the anxiety I would feel before and during a big match.
Ladasten is striking in the calm stimulation it brings
Posted by Fernand on 24th Oct 2014
Ladasten is striking in the calm stimulation it brings. Sight is improved, colors are brighter, especially yellows and greens. Raising the dose gave me more of a feeling of "thickness", it should be considered more of a sedative/tonic than a stimulant. I did not find it helped much with analytical thinking or focus. The anxiolytic effect is exceptionally good, without sleepiness, it feels balanced and pleasant. The persistence of some effects even months later, as reported, would be a first. That's my concern, in the absence of rigorous studies. By what mechanism? What is it altering?