Of all the nootropic drugs, the ampakine class is perhaps the most powerful. Ampakines are positive allosteric modulators of the Glutamate receptors. The stimulation of the AMPA (and NDMA) glutamate receptors by ampakine drugs has extreme benefits for cognitive functioning. Several groups of ampakine drugs like the CX and LY classes are going through clinical trials by two pharmaceutical giants> View article
The terms “choline” and “racetams” are frequently used together. This is because choline has many important neurological functions which can often potentiate the effects of racetams. With this said, not all choline sources are the same and using certain types in the wrong way can cause side effects and problems. This article will cover everything you need to know about> View article
It is a common problem many of us come across when trying nootropics for the first time. It’s frustrating and discouraging to see no results after hearing about the awesome benefits people have claimed across the internet. The good news is that it may not be time to worry and jump to conclusions. The reason your nootropics are not working> View article
Oxiracetam is another member of the racetam family and a more advanced analogue of Piracetam. You may want to try Oxiracetam but would like to learn more of the beneficial effects and attributes of the substance. This review will give you a better idea on> View article
For those of you who are interested in Pramiracetam here is a review brought to you by Peak Nootropics. Pramiracetam is one of the more advanced racetams in the familyt. Many have stated it as their favorite nootropic racetam due to its potent effects on memory> View article
Noopept is a potent nootropic related to the racetam and ampakines. It is quite a bit more expensive when compared to other nootropics like Piracetam or Aniracetam.
Noopept is very strong and can offer benefits in many areas of cognition. This Noopept review will hopefully clear up some common questions you> View article
Aniracetam is a more potent predecessor to Piracetam. Overall, we think it is better than Piracetam. It has stronger effects that seem to last longer even though its half-life is shorter. In memory and learning categories, it seems to preform just as good as PIracetam. If you have tried Piracetam> View article
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