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Your personal safety should be the first thing on your mind whenever consuming any supplement including nootropics. Just because you read or hear somewhere that something is safe, does not mean it is. One should make their own choices based on scientific evidence on what is safe and what is not. Always do your research and evaluate the pros, cons

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Sunifiram is a new nootropic that has become fairly main stream during 2013. Reports have come back fairly positive and there seems to be consistent results. The problem is that sunfiram, unifiram and other “research ampakines” have not been studied to the ex

Sunifiram has been tested clinically in animals. These studies have shown positive and encouraging results however safety

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This guide will answer all the newbie questions associated to our products and many other nootropics out there. Please read through carefully as this guide is a great resource for those looking to try nootropics but not knowing where they should begin.

Choosing A Nootropic(s)

What nootropics should a beginner use? This is a question that gets asked a lot. Generally, we

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Sulbutiamine is in a class of supplements known as nootropics. Nootropics are known as “smart drugs” because of their cognitive enhancing abilities. Sulbutiamine comes from thiamine, also known as vitamin B1. Because it can cross the blood-brain barrier much easier than thiamine, it is used in a variety of ways.

Once it crosses the blood-brain barrier, the body metabolizes it

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Piracetam is one of the first to be created in the racetam nootropic category. Although it is the weakest racetam in potency, it is still the most popular and widespread nootropic supplement. This may be due to its low cost to produce and high availability. See our product page for a description of piracetam and how it works.

How to

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In the world of nootropics, there is a lot of talk about acetylcholine also known as the cholinergic system. If we are not talking about acetylcholine, we are talking about activation of the glutamatergic system to improve the mind. These two neurotransmitter systems are common targets for nootropics because they can help to improve cognitive function with limited chance of side effects,

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B vitamins play a large role in the body as nootropic substances. Their essential functions range from glucose energy metabolism to factors in the creation of acetylcholine and monoamine neurotransmitters.

Lacking b-vitamins or the absorption of them has been suggested to play a role in certain neurodegenerative diseases. The case and point is that b-vitamins are very important. The b-vitamin structure

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If you are interested in nootropics and overall brain enhancement, it may be of value to learn about acetylcholinesterase. Basically, acetylcholinesterase is an enzyme that is naturally within the body that is typically bad for cognition.

This article will explain the basic biology of acetylcholinesterase and how an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor may add value to your nootropic stack.

Acetylcholinesterase vs. Acetylcholine

If you are

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There is some research that suggests a link between nootropics and corticosteroids. Research suggests that corticosteroid balance is crucial to the effectiveness of racetam nootropics. Both high and low levels of corticosteroids may reduce or even block the memory enhancing effects of nootropics [1].

Low levels of corticosteroids are believed to hinder the memory enhancing effects of nootropics. Adrenalectomy, or

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There is a new nootropic stack known as CILTEP that has become very popular during the last year or so. The CILTEP acronym stands for “chemically induced long-term potentiation”. This stack works in two methods to increase biochemical function in the brain.

Main Method of Action – PDE Inhibition

CILTEPs main method is to inhibit phosphodiesterase (PDE). A supplement or drug in

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