Urban achievers run on stress. They retain a superstitious belief in the magical powers of stress as the engine that keeps them going.

Where panicked “strivers” have replaced sullen slackers, functional anxiety affects nearly everyone.

Not quite a disease, low-grade anxiety is more like a habit. In a world of unrelenting deadlines and tightrope deals, relentlessness and impatience are the highest values.

But, anxiety can be paralyzing for those who suffer it acutely. It gives them the edge until at last it becomes too much.

That’s where the pill comes in, —the anti-anxiety pill.

Picamilon – The Safe Alternative

Xanax and its siblings –Valium, Ativan, Klonopin and other members of the family of drugs called benzodiazepines suppress the output of neurotransmitters that interpret fear. They differ from one another in potency and duration; those that enter your brain most quickly (Valium and Xanax) can make you the most high. But all quell the racing heart, spinning thoughts, prickly scalp, and hyperventilation associated with fear’s neurotic cousin, anxiety, and all do it more or less instantly.

“Benzos,” says Stephen Stahl, chairman of the Neuroscience Education Institute in Carlsbad, California, and psychiatrist who consults to drug companies, “are the greatest things since Post Toasties. They work well. They’re very cheap. Their effectiveness on anxiety is profound.”

But, Benzos can also be extremely addictive.

Picamilon is the safe, non-addictive alternative to dangerous “Benzos”.

What Picamilon is

Picamilon is the chemical bonding of two nutrients GABA (gamma-amino-butyric acid) and Niacin (Nicotinic acid) and it was synthesized in 1969 by the All-Union Scientific Research Institute. The bonding of these two nutrients into one compound has created unique spectrums of beneficial nootropic (cognitive enhancing) effects. The preparation was introduced in medical practice over 25 years ago.

Although Picamilon was banned by the FDA, it has been proven safe and is now used to treat depression and cardiovascular disorders. The combination of GABA and Niacin passes quickly through the blood brain barrier.

Benefits of Picamilon

  • Promotes High Cerebrovascular Activity
  • Unique Tranquilizing Effect
  • Reduces Anxiety
  • Improves Memory
  • Increases Blood Flow and Circulation in the Brain
  • Achieves Superior Nootropic Results
  • Achieves a Tranquilized yet Energized State of Being
  • Overcomes Depression

“Picamilon is amazing!”

This is part of the comment written up at a drug forum.
https://drugs-forum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6948

I had finally got my Picamilon order today and took 100 mg… After about an hour I was sitting in a Chinese joint waiting for my food and I realized I was completely void of anxiety… Think of being completely void of anxiety with pleasant stimulation. At the dose of 100 mg it is supposed to be more stimulating anyhow, but the antianxiety effect is simply amazing.

For those who didn’t know, Picamilon is a form of GABA that goes directly to your brain, as we know GABA itself does not get to the brain.

The effects are amazing each morning and after weeks of use I can more easily bring myself down from states of anger and panic and overall there is a sense of well being (very “glowy” not subtle).

I have since experienced mental clarity, energy without the need for stimulants like nicotine and coffee. Any forms of depression do not exist anymore. Dreams are vivid, and when I wake up I feel ready to jump out of bed… Picamilon zapped the anxiety out of the picture. I am adding this to my daily regimen…

Picamilon takes the Edge off Stress

Although it almost seems imperative to include stress in the business day, there’s a time to also relax and calm down. Stress may be the “magical engine” that drives productivity, but we shouldn’t allow it to get out of hand.

When enough is enough, turn to a supplement that’s proven to be safe.

Picamilon is the natural way to sooth your frazzled nerves and eliminate anxiety.


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