Phenibut (beta-phenyl- gamma-aminobutyric acid, also spelled
fenibut, originally known as phenigamma) is a derivative of the neurotransmitter
GABA that crosses the blood-brain barrier . It was developed in Russia,
and there it has been used clinically since the 1960's for a range of purposes.
Phenibut has both nootropic and anxiolytic (anxiety-reducing) properties,
and it is commonly compared to diazepam (Valium), baclofen, and piracetam,
and it has similarities to and differences from all of these substances.
- Supports Relaxation
- Supports Restful Sleep
- Supports Feelings of Well Being