SPECIAL REPORT: Is this the most powerful brain enhancer on the planet?
We exposed the truth behind a ground-breaking pill that has many experts furious. Studies have revealed it boosts brain power by up to 89.2%, sharpens your mind and sky-rockets your energy levels. With such overwhelming evidence and media mention, the question is not whether the pill works, but whether it should be legal.
By James Rickman
‘Welcome To The Future’ – These were the opening words when Dr Raqif appeared on The Dr Oz Show about a highly advanced brain supplement that is sending shock-waves through the medical industry. Major pharmaceutical companies are in chaos because they have zero control over what scientists are saying is ‘Viagra for the brain’. It’s called Optimind (medical name: E-Huperzine) and the results are more than enough to give the latest superheroes a run for their money.
There’s already been previous controversy around the memory-enhancing pill which was the inspiration for the movie Limitless. Heavily praised by Gary Stix as ‘the missing link in human evolution’ in his report ‘Turbo-charging the Brain’, when released, the use of Optimind became widespread amongst young professionals. Specifically, men aged between 25-40 benefited the most as the effects were amplified due to the ingredients’ reaction to a gene called NRXN3 in the male brain. Men reported having ‘laser beam focus’ and were thinking sharper, improving their memory and turbo charging their energy levels. Even more appealing and controversial was how the pills helped men effortlessly attract and seduce beautiful women with their new found quick wit and charm.
Optimind soon became known as the ‘most powerful self-development trick on earth’. Not long after, everyone from quiz show contestants to university students were taking the pill to double their IQ, triple their salary and achieve peak performance in little time. Optimind, which has no recorded side effects in any trials, was soon the target of several major pharmaceutical companies who claimed it gave people an unfair advantage over anyone who was unaware of its existence. The pill was eventually banned on shows like Jeopardy! and at top universities such as Cambridge before production of the limitless pills were halted.
The use of Intelleral pills became widespread after Limitless became a Box Office smash hit and publicly referenced Intelleral as it’s inspiration.
After several years and over 2000 trials at The Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit (NCTU), Intelleral pills are back in production and recent reports are proving the superhero making drug is more powerful then ever. The secret to pill’s improved formula? Bee pollen.
Yes, you read that right: Bee pollen has been praised for its ability to rejuvenate and heal the mind for centuries. Combining this with the already powerful ingredients of Optimind, and your mind will be clearer then that of a Zen-monk’s. Your ability to focus and power through your to-do list will also be a thing of the past and after consistent use, you will become the perfect version of yourself. Many people thought something like this wouldn’t exist for another hundred years but as Dr Raqif said: welcome to the future.
Critics of the pill are of course making their voices heard and if the effectiveness of Intelleral is stronger then it previously was then these will not be around much longer. With such a powerful opportunity to lower your stress levels, master your emotions and triple your salary, it’s only a matter of time before Optimind pills are once again the target of major pharmaceutical companies who are seeing a decline in their profit.