Bromantane crystal rocks – More information
Bromantane (trade name Ladasten / Ладастен) is a Russian pharmaceutical substance developed in the late 1980s that possesses both stimulant and anxiolytic properties. Although it is a commonly used medication in Russia and surrounding countries, it has not gained widespread recognition or pharmaceutical use in other countries. During the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, 5 different Russian athletes tested positive for bromantane use.
A study conducted on human subjects displayed bromantane’s ability to improve endurance and work capacity during stressful and intense conditions. This is because bromantane works as an actoprotector, a substance that makes the body more stable under physical duress without increasing oxygen consumption.
|Common names||Bromantane, Bromantan, Ladasten|
|Psychoactive class||Stimulant / Nootropic|
Bromantane dosage table
|Threshold||< 10 mg|
|Light||10 – 50 mg|
|Common||50 – 100 mg|
|Strong||100 – 200 mg|
|Heavy||200 mg +|
Bromantane effect progress
|Total||6 – 10 hours|
Bromantane is a chemical derivative of adamantane, a polyhedral organic compound containing four fused cyclohexane rings. Bromantane’s structure consists of adamantane bound at R2 to a nitrogenous group which is in turn bonded to a phenyl ring substituted at R4 with a bromine group.
The LD50 of bromantane in mice has been established at 8100 mg/kg.
It is strongly recommended that one use harm reduction practices when using this substance.