Other names Fluorenol, 9-Fluorenol, 9-Hydroxyfluorene,


Hydrafinil is a eugeroic, just like Modafinil, which means it promotes wakefulness (though the actual efficacy of Hydrafinil for this purpose is unknown in humans). Modafinil is one of the most widely used cognitive enhancers in the world. People tend to use Hydrafinil because it purportedly improves mood more. Does evidence suggest Hydrafinil is just as safe and effective as Modafinil? Read on to find out what the science says about its risks and benefits.

This nootropic has no healthy human placebo-controlled studies that meet our inclusion criteria. Negative side effects can occur if used carelessly, so make sure you’re aware of the risks of Hydrafinil.


The legality and side effects of Hydrafinil


Frequently asked questions about Hydrafinil


Studies conducted on the effects of Hydrafinil in healthy humans

Last updated Saturday, June 10, 2023