The Internet sensation is talking about a brain boosting pill that is currently sending shock-waves through the medical industry. It's called Brainstorm and David has since been criticized for exposing what is now known as ‘Viagra for the brain’ by doctors who feel people should not know about this short-cut. However, The Harvard genius hit back by saying the individuals who could really gain an advantage from this type of information the most are not just the ones in the elite social class but rather people like you and me. Just like it has changed his life, he feels others should have the opportunity to change theirs. So why don't doctors and major companies want you to know about this? Because the results are more than enough to give the latest superheroes a run for their money.
There's already been previous controversy around the memory-enhancing pill which was the inspiration for the movie Limitless. Heavily praised by Gary Stix as 'the missing link in human evolution' in his report 'Turbo-charging the Brain', when released, the use of Brainstorm became widespread amongst young professionals. Specifically, men benefited the most as the effects were amplified due to the ingredients’ reaction to a gene called NRXN3 in the male brain. They reported having 'laser beam focus' and were thinking sharper, improving their memory and turbo charging their energy levels. Even more appealing and controversial was how the pills helped men effortlessly attract and seduce beautiful women with their new found quick wit and charm.