NZT is thallanylzirconio-methyl-tetrahydro-triazatriphenylene, a powerful new class of psychotropic medication that merges various features of NDRI’s, NaSSA’s and SSRI’s. NZT works, in part, by maintaining higher levels of 5-HT in the synapse while increasing norepinephrine and serotonin neurotransmission by blocking presynaptic alpha-2 adrenergic receptors while at the same time blocking certain serotonin receptors.
NZT is a nitrogen-based psychotropic that impacts specific brain activity in several ways but most significantly by elevating receptivity and synaptic sharing between the hippocampus, the amygdale and the striatum. In controlled doses, taken over the course of a relatively short period of time, NZT significantly improves both short-term and long-term memory, memory capacity, and the analytical purposing of memory. Because it also impacts the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, NZT can improve higher brain function, hand-eye coordination, muscle memory and even the body’s immune system. In some people, NZT can even induce lucid dreaming and what is sometimes called ‘fugue state’.
When taken as directed (one pill per day for seven consecutive days), NZT has been shown to be 97.3% effective in improving memory, hand-eye coordination and a host of cognitive abilities. In those cases where NZT was not effective, subjects did not finish the full therapeutic regimen. NZT was studied in men and women 18 to 45 weighing 95 to 270 pounds.
Men and women who are considered to be in good health – who have no known history of cardiopathy, cardiomyopathy, cerebral ischemia or intracranial hemorrhage, kidney or liver problems, a history of mania or seizure disorders are generally speaking good candidates for NZT.
While using NZT, you should maintain a normal, well balanced diet including 3 meals a day and some light in-between-meal snacking. NZT is not recommended for vegans. While it is advised that you should refrain from drinking alcoholic beverages while taking NZT, tests have shown that light alcohol consumption (no more than an eight ounce glass of wine or sixteen ounces of beer in a 48 hour period) has no perceptible effect. Heavy alcohol consumption while taking NZT can result in black outs, memory loss and liver damage.
Keep your NZT in the container it came in, tightly closed and out of the reach of children. Store at room temperature and away from excess heat and moisture. Throw away any medication that is out of date or no longer needed. Talk to your pharmacist about the proper disposal of your medication.
Many people report experiencing feelings of euphoria within 30 to 60 seconds of taking NZT. Others have reported significantly increased memory – both in capacity and speed of recall – within the first 24 hours of taking their first dose of NZT. You will be able to digest vast amounts of information in a very short amount of time – a foreign language, for instance; you will be able to memorize not only a considerable amount of vocabulary but usage rules, idiomatics, phrases, sentences and situational expressions.
Because NZT is a new class of brain stimulant, it will reduce your brain’s need for extended rest periods; i.e. sleep.
Also, NZT may allow you to exercise for longer periods with greater efficacy. You will feel stronger, faster, more focused.
Most people who continue taking NZT beyond their initial seven-day regimen report other psychological and sensory enhancements including improved hearing, vision, taste and smell. Others have reported teaching themselves how to draw or paint, construct complex machinery or experience higher levels of consciousness.
While there may be certain neurological effects that impact your sexual abilities, NZT is not like sildenafil which specifically aids in erectile dysfunction. Rather, NZT works principally by radically increasing your brain’s ability to absorb and process information – including those related to your senses. Some men and women have reported that having heightened sensory abilities – in addition to increased mental capacity – made them both more attractive to a mate and more capable of attracting a mate.
Choose the day to begin your regimen of NZT. Some people may want to coordinate their increased memory capacity with their employment – so as to increase their value at work. You may have a specific goal that you want to achieve in conjunction with your use of NZT. Remember that while some effects of NZT may appear almost instantly after taking NZT, most of NZT’s impact on you, your brain function, your memory and physical resilience will take two to three days to become fully apparent.
You can take NZT at any time of the day. Choose a convenient time to take your pill. You should take your pill around the same time every day. For example, take your pill in the morning when you have breakfast or in the evening before brushing your teeth. This will help you keep to the regimen.
Your body will take time to adjust to having NZT in your system. A small percentage of men report experiencing feelings of mild nausea or headaches after the first or second doses. If you exercise regularly, you will begin to notice an increased capacity for that exercise.
In a word, don’t. NZT has been designed so that its effects on your body are based on taking the complete regimen of one clear pill a day for seven days. Not taking the full regimen once you have begun taking NZT or forgetting to take part of the regimen can result in the sudden onset of some or all of NZT’s reported side effects.
Most people who begin a regimen of NZT have found it easier to continue taking NZT after their initial seven day regimen has ended. Cessation of an NZT regimen should only be attempted under the care of a physician as people who try to stop taking NZT have reported experiencing unpleasant side effects.
Here is one of the remarkable things about NZT: virtually 100% of people on a regimen of NZT (that is, people who have taken the full regimen of NZT, as directed) report experiencing virtually no side effects.
Once you have started taking NZT, it is vitally important that you finish the regimen – or proceed from your initial regimen of NZT into a ‘maintenance’ regimen. While virtually all users of NZT report experiencing no side effects, those discontinuing use of NZT have reported myriad side effects as part of their withdrawal.
Users who did not complete their initial NZT regimen or who missed a dose or who chose to discontinue use of NZT reported experiencing (among other side effects and withdrawal symptoms) insomnia (difficulty sleeping), extreme back pain, frequent urinary tract infection, nausea, vomiting, nasal congestion, mouth dryness, acute sensitivity to sound and light, weakness, exhaustion, feelings of extreme thirst and hunger, glandular issues, organ failure, increased sexual appetite or lack of sexual desire, impotence and feelings of limited self worth. Others reported experiencing violent thoughts, brain damage, blackouts, suicidal feelings, homicidal feelings, extreme paranoia, rapid aging, time dysplasia, psychosis and possibly even death.