Nikola Tesla is the first inventor of a generic medicine for epilepsy

A new generic drug has emerged from the Russian inventor of an epilepsy drug.

Nikola Tesla, 74, has patented a generic version of his epilepsy drug called Mucinolone, which is being developed by researchers in Canada and Russia.

Tesla says the generic version is “the most promising of its kind” in the market.

Tesla patented the Mucina in 2016.

The drug is a mixture of two components that have been found to inhibit seizures, the US patent office said.

Tesla was awarded $6.3 million in royalties for the generic drug.

He says the royalties are the biggest royalty payment for any Russian inventor since the end of the Cold War.

Tesla said the royalties from Mucinalone are a “significant and significant” amount.

A new generic drug has emerged from the Russian inventor of an epilepsy drug.Nikola Tesla, 74, has patented a generic…