Selank: A Nootropic with Unique Properties
Selank is a nootropic drug developed in Russia in the late 1990s. It is also known as TP-7, Selanc, and N-acetyl-selank. Selank is a synthetic analogue of the human body's naturally produced tetrapeptide tuftsin. It is believed to have anxiolytic, antidepressant, and cognitive-enhancing properties.
- May reduce anxiety and depression
- May improve cognitive performance
- May improve memory and learning
- May improve mood
- May reduce stress
Possible Negative Effects
- May cause drowsiness
- May cause headaches
- May cause nausea
- May cause dizziness
- May cause dry mouth
The recommended dosage of Selank is 250-500 mcg per day, taken in two or three divided doses. It is important to start with a low dose and gradually increase it to avoid any adverse effects.
Selank was developed in Russia in the late 1990s. It is a synthetic analogue of the human body's naturally produced tetrapeptide tuftsin. It was developed as an anxiolytic drug, and has since been studied for its potential cognitive-enhancing and antidepressant properties. It is currently available as a prescription drug in Russia, and is being studied for potential use in other countries.