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Centrophenoxine chemical structure
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Centrophenoxine (also called Meclofenoxate, and formerly sold under the brand name Lucidril®) is a drug used to treat the symptoms of senile dementia and Alzheimer's Disease. It is a compound of two biochemicals: dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) and parachlorophenoxyacetate (pCPA). DMAE is a natural substance, found especially in fish, and also produced in the human brain. pCPA is a synthetic compound that resembles to a variety of plant hormones called auxins.
Possible side effects may include nausea or mild dizziness. People with severely high blood pressure or convulsive disorders such as epilepsy should avoid Centrophenoxine.  Large doses may cause tight jaw clenching.
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