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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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As most of you know, laws differ from country to country. We carry many products and some may be not fit for import into some countries. Also, several countries have several of our products listed as a prescription only import. We will constantly be updating this list. If your country is not listed under problem countries, consider it to be

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Phenylpiracetam is one of newer and more potent nootropic racetams. It was created by adding a phenyl group to the popular and well-studied nootropic, piracetam.

Perhaps, some of the biggest media attention phenylpiracetam has had was during the Olympics. A woman in the 2006 winter Olympics tested positive

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Disclaimer: Peak Nootropics does not encourage the use of either alcohol or MDMA. This article is strictly for research purposes. Please do not abuse this material.

Piracetam & Alcohol

The piracetam & alcohol interaction is perhaps the most talked about of the piracetam combinations. There are several questions that need

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Don’t Expect Too Much Too Soon

When first deciding to try nootropics, don’t expect some sort of magic “NZT” pill. If this was the case, every single person would be taking them. This is a mistake many people make when first trying nootropics. Be humble and aware and you should see the signs of cognitive improvement. Sometimes this takes time. Although

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Pramiracetam & Alpha GPC

Pramiracetam & Alpha GPC is a very popular stack in 2013. Pramiracetam by itself is very strong and one of the strongest racetams that is very popular in times of study and heavy workloads. One issue many people find is the cost, however many “starving students” still find it in their budgets to afford this

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This Alpha GPC review will cover the benefits of alpha GPC. Alpha GPC is an excellent acetylcholine source. It has been clinically studied to improve cognitive performance and help aid in the reduction of Alzheimer’s symptoms (not cure). This alpha GPC review will hopefully clear up some common questions about alpha GPC and help to inform on what it

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There are many types of Acetylcholine supplements. While there is no “pure” acetylcholine supplement, there are many different types of supplements that produce or affect the acetylcholine system. Below is a list of the major supplements that involve acetylcholine and its associated systems. One thing to remember is that the word “choline” does not necessarily mean “acetylcholine” even though it

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