Can You Buy The NZT-48 Pills From Limitless — Are They Real?

Have you seen the movie Limitless (which is now also released as a TV series)?

The protagonist is sort of a lazy guy, with writer’s block and a crap life. He lives in a filthy shitty apartment where he’s behind on rent, lacks energy and instead of finishing his novel (which he know he should do), he procrastinates and goes out drinking.

In many ways I can relate to how he feels. Knowing that I can perform better and get more done, but just not being able to do it. I guess we all have felt that way.

The feeling of knowing you’re better than this, is even worse than the fact that you’re not getting stuff done and the consequences of that. Especially when you’re a freelancer like me, it can be hard to get stuff done when you don’t have a boss hanging over your shoulders, making sure you’re doing work.

Not getting stuff done means not being your best — either in school, professionally or just life in general.

Anyways, back to the movie …

Our guy happens to run into an old friend, which also happens to be a drug dealer.

His drug dealer friend is a sharp dressed guy. He’s advanced into the world of legal drug dealing now — as a pharmaceutical rep. After meeting each other again, he introduces our protagonist to the mysterious drug NZT-48.

“You know how people only use 10% of their brains? Well, this drug allows you to use 100% of your brain“

This is where it gets interesting:

From being a filthy slob in a filthy apartment, he goes on to being the man he wants to be.

He can seduce any woman. He becomes a millionaire. He’s smart. He writes his book. He can do anything.

He’s limitless.

Can you do the same?

Can you just go grab some of this magical NZT-48, and turn your life around?

I guess you could, it’s just too bad there’s no supplement with that name in real life.

The good news? There are supplements available on the market today that does this.

I wasn’t high, I wasn’t wired. Just clear. I knew what I needed to do and how to do it.

Smart drugs, nootropics or whatever you want to call them — memory enhancers, neuro enhancers, cognitive enhancers, and intelligence enhancers — these are designed to increase your focus, your cognition and your memory.

The name smart drugs can be misleading.

If you’re stupid, these ‘drugs’ won’t exactly make you smart — they make your reach your full potential.

By remaining focused, not getting sidetracked or procrastinate, and by increasing your memory and cognition, you’ll be able to learn faster, get more done and feel more energized and awake.

What was this drug? I couldn’t stay messy on it, I hadn’t had a cigarette in six hours, hadn’t eaten, so… abstemious and tidy? What was this? A drug for people who wanted to be more anal retentive?

OK, so what exactly is the drug used in Limitless?

The nearest drug you can find in real life is called modafinil.

It’s a memory-improving, focus-improving and mood brightening psychostimulant. The supplement will enhance your attention span, vigilance and wakefulness.

Unlike amphetamines, Ritalin (methylphendiate) or cocaine, it’s less likely to cause anxiety, jittering or locomotor activety.

In the beginning modafinil was prescribed to people with narcolepsy to help them stay awake during the day. It’s also been used by the navy and air force to increase the alertness and focus of pilots on long missions in dangerous territory.

Modafinil keeps you alert. You feel awake, and your working memory is increasing.

Here in the united states, modafinil is still a prescription only drug. Many US residents would therefore have to obtain a doctor’s prescription, or purchase it from a foreign supplier online.

Does Modafinil actually work?

Short answer: yes.

It’s commonly used by athletes — including sprinter Kelli White in 2004, cyclist David Clinger and basketball player Diana Taurasi in 2010 — as a performance enhancement drug. It’s also the secret of many successful lawyers, doctors, business owners and straight A students.

I bought modafinil for the first time about 2 years ago — using a foreign supplier online.

I took a dose of 200 mg in the morning, around 9 AM, when I first sat down in front of my computer to get some programming work done.

It’s hard to describe the effects modafinil has on you. You don’t really get smarter (it’s not knowledge in a pill), but you get a strange ability to focus on exactly what you’re doing.

I worked at that time in a co-working space, where I share office with a number of other freelancers. And during the day I would stay so focused that even though people were coming and going, talking and saying ‘hi’, I really didn’t notice too much.

I was obsessed with doing my coding project. What had taken me days to get started, took the hours to get finished.

That day I was 100% focused on my work. I did 12 hours straight of programming, without taking an…