What is Bromantane? Bromantane is a chemical substance whose main component is the volatile bromine. The chemical formula for this substance is C 8 H 6 O 6 and its molecular formula is: C 6 H 4 O 6.
What Bromantane can do for you?
So what is Bromantane and what is its potential use as a neurotransmitter enhancer or anti-depressant? Bromantane, also known as Bromezyme, is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) that is supposed to work by preventing serotonin depletion in the brain which is seen as one of the causative factors for many common mental disorders like depression and anxiety. What it does is it prevents the depletion of serotonin, which in turn prevents the depletion of norepinephrine (the major neurotransmitter in the brain) which in effect helps the brain to cope up with stress and anxiety, which are what is seen as the underlying cause of most mental disorders. It is also used in the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder and other mood disorders associated with mood swings and depression. Bromantane is thought to be effective in treating Parkinson’s disease, attention deficit disorder, and major depressive disorders.
What is Bromantane is also known as L-betonicine and works as a potent stimulator of the adrenal gland which in effect increases the production of the hormone corticosteroids and its receptors in the brain. This in effect helps to curb the excessive release of dopamine (the substance that is said to be the root cause of many diseases) into the synapses of the brain which in turn helps to alleviate the symptoms of some physical disorders. Some of the disorders treated with Bromantane include chronic pain syndromes, arthritis, migraine headaches, fibromyalgia, and phantom limb pain. One must also know that Bromantane is an antibiotic and this side effect may become more pronounced as the patient ages. The use of Bromantane is not recommended for children or pregnant women as this antibiotic acts very quickly and can cause severe and irreversible side effects.