Fluorenol (Hydrafinil) is a metabolite of modafinil and is about 39% stronger than modafinil in studies done on rats. It impacts the same neurotransmitters in the brain as modafinil. Modafinil and it’s metabolites are not stimulants in the conventional sense. As such, they carry less risk of addiction. That doesn’t mean they aren’t addictive at all. In fact, some users report that all these stimulants can be addictive, so be very careful. Also, there is lack of regulation with hydrafinil in some countries, which means it is often sold without proper quality control. Suppliers bring it in from China in bulk and you should probably avoid it altogether, and stick with prescription medication from your doctor.
Modafinil will alter your mood, perception, and feelings. Since Hydrafinil is 39% more powerful than modafinil, it’s more likely to be euphoric in comparison. Smart drugs, including modafinil, make a person’s sex drive better as it has supplementary effects on cognition that affect your focus. In some cases, it can amplify sexual delight to the point where you do not notice the usual interruptions of thoughts that moderate your sexual behavior. Unlike Modafinil, Hydrafinil is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), nor is it usually given to treat any sleep disorder that Modafinil is used to treat.
Some users have reported that hydrafinil provides more of a mood boost than modafinil. It’s fair to say that hydrafinil is similar to modafinil, but there are distinct differences and the resulting effects will be different. The legality of hydrafinil varies so be sure to consult with a legal expert to make sure you are not breaking any laws if you decide to try it. Make sure you also consult a doctor before trying hydrafinil. Even if it is legal to obtain without a prescription in your country, it may be dangerous to experiment with it.