Nootropic Powder PRL-8-53

PRL-8-53 Powder Chemical Information

  • Appearance:Powder
  • Cas number: 51352-88-6
  • Molar mass:83.36 g/mol
  • Formula:C8H21NO2

PRL-8-53 Powder Other Names:

  • PRL 8-53
  • PRL 853
  • Methyl 3-(2-(benzylmethylamino)ethyl)benzoate hydrochloride
  • Benzoic acid

PRL-8-53 Chemical Structure

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PRL-8-83 Chemical Structure

PRL-8-53  Description:

PRL-8-53 is a synthetic supplement with potential benefits for short term memory. PRL-8-53 is derived from benzoic acid and phenylmethylamine. The compound is a benzoic acid methyl ester. PRL-8-53 is a synthetic Nootropic supplement, meaning it was created in a lab. Its full name is methyl 3-(2-(benzyl(methyl)amino)ethyl)benzoate.The single published study for PRL-8-53 shows a slight improvement of word acquisition during a memorization task. Participants were given 5mg of PRL-8-53 2 hours prior to testing and then were then asked to listen to a recording of 12 words in a particular sequence and recite them at future time points (shortly after testing, a day after and 4 days after). Minor benefits were found for immediate acquisition, but an over 80% improvement was noted for people tested later on who had initially scored poorly for the test .

Dosing PRL-8-53

The single published human study used 5mg of PRL-8-53 and found it enhanced recall on a word-remembering test. The patent for the compound mentions an oral dose of 0.01mg/kg per dose, taken 3 times per day.

PRL-8-53’s Structure and Absorption

PRL-8-53 is derived from benzoic acid and phenylmethylamine. The compound is a benzoic acid methyl ester.  We’re unable to find any absorption data for this compound, though it can be assumed to cross the blood brain barrier.

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