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  • Smart Drugs are pharmaceutical substances that many people take to enhance their physical or mental performance, usually with few if any unwanted side effects. People take smart drugs for a variety of reasons, primary among these being the desire to experience improvements in memory, I.Q., reaction time, mood, energy levels, sensory perception, and sexual arousal and response. The effects of smart drugs can vary from person to person depending upon the drug, the dosage, and the general health of the person taking the drug. Some people may feel little effect with a particular drug, while others may have an intense and profoundly transforming experience.

    Much of the controversy surrounding smart drugs lies in the fact that when drugs are approved for introduction to the market they have been tested and approved for a specifice disease treatment. The desire to improve ones intelligence or memory doesn't fall into the standard concept of disease treatment, leading to complications with traditional medical practicioners who are understandably hesitant to proscribe a drug for an unintended purpose.

    Smart drugs are not available from Smart Basics, but can be obtained either by prescription in the United States, or by overseas mail-order from off-shore companies. By law, American citizens are legally allowed to purchase, for their own personal use, up to a three month supply of most of the smart drugs available from overseas distributors. Unfortunately, since January 30, 1992, the FDA has enforced a policy of randomly having FDA customs agents seize pharmaceutical shipments, effectively (and possibly illegally) obstructing access to life-enhancing practice without justification.


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