In fact, they need to be to qualify as a generic medication.
Despite these rules, generic versions of modafinil often have very different strengths, duration of effects, and overall quality from each other.
One of the newest additions to the generic modafinil world is Modafresh. These tiny, unmarked pills are so new there are almost no user reviews, and even large nootropic blogs don’t have a post on Modafresh online.
Here, we discuss what we know about Modafresh, investigate the company that manufactures it, and discuss alternative options for sourcing modafinil online.
What is Modafresh?
Modafresh is a newer generic version of modafinil to the market. They come as unmarked, round tablets, containing 100 mg or 200 mg doses of the active constituents, D- and L-modafinil (more commonly referred to as S- and R- modafinil).
In order for a medication to classify as a generic medication, Modafresh must contain the same doses as the original and in the same form. The only thing that tends to change is the types and amounts of fillers used in the manufacturing process.
Therefore, the effect profile of Modafresh should be the same as the brand name version, Provigil® by Cephalon Inc.
The Effect Profile of Modafresh
User reviews on this generic drug are hard to find. This is likely because it’s so new to the market.
Most online reviews that we were able to find (there aren’t many at all and most are not reputable review sources) suggest it’s similar to Modvigil in strength.
This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, many users like this Reddit user prefer Modvigil and Modafresh. Everyone reacts differently to modafinil, and some find the lower intensity options more effective.