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Though racetams and other synthetic nootropic compounds are only intended for use in research, some people choose to ingest the products.  This posting is a reference posting only that provides a synopsis of various sources of information on what people have found to be safe for usage.  A physician should always be consulted if products are to be consumed.

None of

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Adrafinil is an awakeness enhancer that was originally designed as a prescription medicine for narcoleptics. It became replaced by modafinil. Both adrafinil and modafinil are excellent for alertness and vigilance, but also have several side benefits. Adrafinil functions through metabolization into modafinil through liver-pass metabolism. Modafinil was developed by French manufacturers of pharmaceuticals Cephalon. When it was found modafinil

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An important thing to remember about nootropic supplements, or any type of supplement really, is that they are after all just that, supplements. In other words, they aren’t meant to take the place of the fundamentals of a healthy lifestyle like aerobic exercise and a general fitness regimen, good sleep hygiene and a proper diet. Those familiar with supplements like

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Is there magic in mushrooms?  Maybe when it comes to their nootropic qualities.

Nootropic supplements are neuro-enhancing substances that improve the mental performance or brain health of an individual. Based on its loose definition, any supplement or substance that boosts cognitive performance, contains exceptionally low levels of toxicity and is suitable for long term usage may be categorized as a nootropic supplement.

One such example

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There are many different types of cholinergic supplements. Not all of them work to increase choline in the same way as the racetams. Both centrophenoxine and acetyl l-carnitine are technically cholinergics. Both acetyl l-carnitine and centrophenoxine have similar mechanisms of action as well. In this article we will examine how acetyl l-carnitine and centrophenoxine work and the main ways they

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Tongkat Ali, also known colloquially as “Longjack” is also known by its botanical name Eurycoma Longifolia. It has also earned the title of “Malaysian ginseng.” Like Rhodiola and other “false ginsengs” it is not actually a ginseng plant but is called such because it shares many of the same adaptogenic and nootropic properties as Panax ginseng. Tongkat Ali has

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Sulbutiamine is a synthetic version of thiamine (B-1 Vitamin). Also known as Arcalion, Enerion, Bisibuthiamine, and Youvitan.  Sulbutiamine was initially developed in Japan as a super-charged B-1 vitamin to offset the effects of chronic thiamine deficiency which is more common in Japan than in the West.

The B Vitamins are vital to a healthy nervous system and lack of thiamine (B-1

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When people first learn about smart drugs and nootropics, often one of the first categories of compounds that are mentioned are the racetams and other related cholinergic enhancers. Cholinergics work primarily by up-modulating the production of acetylcholine which is the learning and memory neurotransmitter. Memory is a vital part of success. Regardless of what jobs or tasks you’re attempting improved

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So you want to be a cholinergic biohacker? Well, one of the most basic things to be familiar with is acetylcholine, the learning and memory neurotransmitter. Many of the most well known nootropics are in the cholinergics class, but cholinergics are dependent on choline uptake. Memory storage and

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As most of you know, laws differ from country to country and importing nootropics can vary in ease. 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 constantly review this list to add any updates available.  Major customer locations

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