Ceretin is a drug used to sharpen attention and provide selective cognitive enhancement. First sold in 260, Ceretin has helped hundreds of thousands of people to function effectively where otherwise they would suffer from narcolepsy or mild cognitive impairment, and also aids the work of professionals in authorised, critical environments. Over the past six years, Ceretin has been constantly updated to improve its performance and soften side-effects.
Ceretin is a combination of chemicals that target multiple areas in the brain, including the hypothalamus, frontal lobes and the hippocampus, that together result in prolonged but non-permanent changes in brain activity. The mechanism of action is different for each chemical, varying from non-dopaminergic effects on the hypothalamus to promote wakefulness to neurotransmitter reuptake inhibitors in the limbic system. Ceretin's effects last for approximately 24 hours.
Please note that Ceretin is prohibited in assessment and competitive environments including all tests, exams, sports and tournaments. Ceretin should not be taken in combination with any other cognitive enhancement drug. If in doubt, please contact your physician.