Galantamine is an alkaloid found in certain flowers, notably the common snowdrop, the daffodil, and the spider lily. Most of the galantamine used commercially today is extracted from daffodils or is synthesized in the laboratory. Galantamine’s history as an herbal supplement dates back to the time of Homer, when it was used to restore memory – and that is its primary use to this day. In the United States, galantamine can be obtained without prescription as a nutritional supplement
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