There are many nootropics that are dedicated to providing similar benefits, so it is important to figure out which of these supplements make the most sense for your particular needs. For example, many people debate between taking Citicoline and Uridine, but you should base your decision on the type of stack that you are building and exactly what you want> View article
Aniracetam was created in a synthetic format by Hoffmann-La Roche in the 1970s. This nootropic is stronger than Piracetam, and unlike Piracetam, is a fat-soluble substance. There are many reported benefits associated with Aniracetam, including reduced depression and anxiety, improved cognitive functionality and an increase in creative thinking.
Each of these claims has been put forth by people who use> View article
You may or may not have heard of orexin but it is an interesting neurotransmitter that should be paid attention to by nootropic enthusiasts. Unlike other neurotransmitters, orexin was only discovered less than 20 years ago. It has had much less study and is becoming the area of vigorous research by multi-billion dollar companies across the world.> View article
It’s yet again a new year for Peak Nootropics and we have revised our list of top nootropics in 2015. There are some old ones on this list from the previous years but also some new ones that have not made the list in the past. Many people are using these top nootropics in 2015 to improve productivity and efficiency.
#1> View article
Everyone is looking to get the best out of their nootropic stacks. Unfortunately, there is a huge pitfall within every person’s journey to attain high mental acuity. This pitfall is known as stress and it is unavoidable. Fortunately there are supplemental aids known as adaptogens which we can enforce to help combat internal stress.
An advanced nootropic stack should have adaptogens> View article
There has been a lot of talk about the ALCAR + choline stack. This article will review why you should be supplementing ALCAR and the benefits of adding it to your stack. ALCAR taken by itself may not have noticeable effects on learning and memory but when combined with other nootropics, it may carry a synergistic nootropic effect.> View article
You may have heard of the “PAO stack” otherwise known as the, “piracetam, aniracetam & oxiracetam stack”. What are the benefits of this racetam stack and why is it better than other stacks? This article will review the pros and cons of the PAO stack and whether or not it may be a good fit for you. But first, let’s> View article
Acetyl L-Carnitine or ALCAR is often overlooked in the nootropic community. It is the acetylated form of the amino acid, L-Carnitine. By chemically altering L-Carnitine, the acetylated ALCAR is able to provide a fuller range of effects as well as higher bio-availability. There is some good information about ALCAR on this Longecity post.
Acetyl L-Carnitine vs. L-Carnitine
Unlike L-Carnitine, Acetyl> View article
This article will underline the best way to make a nootropic stack suited to your needs. Not everyone is the same and therefore we will get different effects, side effects and benefits from all types of nootropics.
The key to finding the best nootropic stack is to first understand your own personal chemistry. Some people will be excellent> View article
Today we are going to review Phenibut. What is it? Is it a nootropic or an anxiety supplement? The truth is that phenibut is not a nootropic. Generally, most effective anxiolytics (anti-anxiety) drugs and supplements do not boost cognitive function because they have effects on different neurotransmitters (GABA).
So Why Take> View article
PRIORITY SHIPPINGFast Priority USPS Local Shipping (2-4 Days). Guaranteed International Delivery.
- Nootropics Beginners Guide
- The 7 Types of Nootropics
- Tips for Newbies
- Choline Information
- Nootropics Safety
- Nootropics Aren't Working
- Piracetam Side-Effects
Top Nootropics Lists
- Top Nootropics 2016
- Top Nootropics 2015
- Top Nootropics 2014
- Top Nootropics 2013
- Top Mood Boosting Nootropics