Imagine cramping for exams, staying back late for work, rushing a last minute dateline, driving long distances at night, competing in a poker tournament, running a 24hrs marathon, taking part in an all night long competition...Wouldn't it be great if there was a pill that could keep you alert, awake and focused? The answer is Modalert.
From students to professors at universities, entrepreneurs to executives at companies, politicians to parents in civil life, sporting athletes to professional poker players, Sun Pharma Modalert has started to attract an audience which seeks to break free from the confinements of regular sleep wake cycles.
What are ingredients of Modalert 200 by Sun Pharma?
What makes Sun Pharma Modalert so appealing is that it non-addictive, it does not cause intense euphoria, it does not cause changes to blood pressure, it is cheap, and it does not have any serious side effects. Instead, it inhibits peripheral stimulation of your central nervous system (CNS), which results in heightened alertness and increased focus for both repetitive and complex tasks. Modalert will not induce a ‘high’, it simply allows the brain to maintain a high state of awareness and concentration. If one is already ‘awake’ then Modalert will not increase this mode, rather it will help to maintain it for several hours, and all without major side effects and no known dependency effects.
Modalert is generic version of Provigil manufactured by Sun Pharma (Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries). Modalert ingredients are very close (similar) to original Provigil brand.
The active ingredient (95% of drug dose) is Modafinil. is a racemic compound. The chemical name for modafinil is 2-[(diphenylmethyl)sulfinyl]acetamide. It’s chemical formula is C15H15NO2S and the molecular weight is 273.35.
Modafinil has been approved by the FDA since 1998. It is safe. The original intent was to treat people affected by narcolepsy, apnea, ADHD, cataplexy etc.
Another inactive ingredients of Modalert 200 are: croscarmellose sodium, lactose monohydrate,magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, povidone, and pregelatinized starch.
Other Brand Names
Please note that ingredients of other modafinil brands are often remains the same, since nobody ever done any upgrades into modafinil formula
Modafinil was originally developed in France by neurophysiologist and emeritus experimental medicine professor Michel Jouvet and Lafon Laboratories.
Modafinil was later patented by Cephalon and sold as Provigil until the patent expired in 2007.
In Canada and Ecuador it is sold as Alertec.
In Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras and Uruguay it is sold as Carim.
In India it is sold as Provake, Modalert (Sun Pharma), Modapro, Modatec (Protec / Cipla Ltd) and Modafil.
In Austria and Switzerland it is sold as Modasomil.
In Australia and New Zealand it is sold as Modavigil.
In France, Denmark, Greece, Cyprus, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden, Norway, Turkey, and Japan it is sold as Modiodal.
In Belgium, Ireland, Italy, South Korea, United Kingdom, United States, South Africa, and Israel it is sold as Provigil. This is likely the name you know it by.
In Chile it is sold as Resotyl, Mentix, Alertex and Zalux.
In Brazil it is sold as Stavigile.
In Colombia is it also sold as Vigia.
In Argentina it is sold as Vigicer.
In Germany it is sold as Vigil.