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Piracetam is a member of a group of nootropic racetams called the “primary racetams” which includes: piracetam, aniracetam and oxiracetam. Dr. Corneliu Giurgea began developing the racetams in the 1970‘s in Belgium, but his first entry into the field of nootropic research was piracetam. Incidentally, Dr.

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If you’re taking nootropic supplements, it is probably because you’re seeking a competitive edge on the cognitive front. In order to get the most benefit from tweaking one’s own neurochemistry, you should have a basic passing understanding of how the brain and it’s neurochemistry works. Caffeine may help you get a few more hours of work done and delay the

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Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a devastating affliction that slowly robs a person of their memories, leaving the affected person a hollowed out shell of who they used to be. As the disease slowly progresses until its inevitable end, family members that act as caregivers can only watch helplessly while their loved one becomes a selfless, mindless and unreasonable creature. The

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Aniracetam is an analog of the classic cognitive enhancing supplement, piracetam. Piracetam was originally discovered by Belgian neuropharmacologist Dr. Corneliu Giurgea in the early 1970’s.   Aniracetam was initially discovered later in the 70’s by the Belgian pharmaceutical company Hoffman-La Roche. Aniracetam is in fact, the second of the racetams developed.

 

Aniracetam is

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Natural nootropics have been part of our world for thousands of years. The first synthetically produced nootropics were created in a lab back in 1964. Since that time, the desire to make the perfect supplement that would have the ability to assist people with a variety of needs has led to a continually growing catalog of nootropic compounds. Additionally,

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Smart drugs, which are also known as nootropics, are supplements that a wide variety of people take with the goal of improving their cognitive functionality. Although there are numerous medical studies and user reviews that indicate the potential benefits of taking individual nootropic supplements, it is actually more common for people to stack multiple smart drugs together in order to

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Lithium orotate is an elemental substance that is also an essential micronutrient. It’s a member of the alkali earth metals family of elements which puts it in

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Anyone who’s wolfed down a glass full of piracetam can tell you that the taste is only tolerable when measured against the desired effect of the compound. Then there’s pramiracetam which makes the harsh, angry flavor of piracetam seem like a spoonful of sugar by comparison. Even compared to rue and wormwood (two of the most bitter tasting herbs on

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For those who may choose to supplement with nootropics, keeping in mind the crippling effect of cortisol and stress related cognitive impairment is important. The need and desire for achieving high performance states often involves adding stimulants into the mix, but the long term effects of using traditional stimulants such as coffee can be detrimental to our overall cognitive, physiological

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