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Neuro-Biotech Corp. Neuroceuticals® : A solution to feed the brain
Date:11/10/2010

that helps stimulating the noradregenic and cholinergic systems resulting in improvement with memory, depression, concentration, attention and vigilance in particular with children suffering from attention deficit disorder which often need treatment with methylphenidate, among others marketed under the name of Ritalin®.
  • Neuro-Stim®
    An adoptogene which effect results in an increase in energy in order to reduce the effects of depression, hypoglycaemia, stress, obesity and type II diabetes as well as food behaviour's disorders such as bulimia.
  • Neuro-Lean®
    A product specially conceived to help with weight-loss management, optimizing the energetic spending as well as maintaining body weight.
  • Those four (4) products will be sold and distributed by many means; directly from us under our own label as well as through "Private labels" such as pharmacies, megastore and natural products brands. Since we are actively in a negotiation process, it will be the distributor's mandate, in terms of their respective part of the market, to target the clientele they believe should be reached.

    For more detailed information on the scientific data and the Neuroceuticals®, we invite you to consult our website at neuro-biotechcorp.com under the products section.

    Neuro-Biotech is currently negotiating with 2 separates groups on the East coast and West coast for them to distribute the Neuroceuticals®. Management also decided that in order to maximize the market penetration and based on the product composition, it was it the Company's best interest to categorize the Neuroceuticals® as Natural Products and Food Supplements.

    For more information, do not hesitate to contact us by using the contact form on our corporate website at neuro-biotechcorp.com. Your request will be transferred to the appropriate persons and
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