The mirror of consciousness that separates our waking and dreaming worlds has is a subject that has sparked the imagination of man since time immemorial. Dr. Ernst Cassirer, sociologist and historian once said that “Dreams are private myths and myths public dreams.” Dreams are still a subject of mystery to scientists to this day. Some of the earliest explorations of> View article
Phenibut is a structural analog of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA); specifically a ‘beta-phenyl derivative’. Thus explaining the name (Pheni an abbreviation for phenyl). The phenyl constitutes a phenyl-ring – a group of atoms that are related to benzene and allow a given substance to pass easier through the blood-brain barrier (similar to how the ‘acetyl’ group delivers Carnitine). It was> View article
Phenibut is both a sedative/tranquilizer, an anxiolytic and a depressant, perhaps best compared to alcohol in terms of effects. Phenibut is not FDA approved however is legally obtainable in the USA at this current time.
It is important to note that Phenibut itself can be quite addictive. While Phenibut may be available OTC, it does not conclude that it is> View article
Beginners often discover that finding out where to buy nootropics can be a puzzling and confusing experience. This article will outline some of the best places to buy popular nootropics such as: piracetam, noopept, aniracetam, adrafinil, oxiracetam and pramiracetam. The point of this blog post is to help beginner nootropic users and teach them what to look for> View article
With the thrilling launch of the TV Series, “Limitless,”> View article
Aniracetam was the second racetam developed by Dr. Corneliu Giurgea after piracetam. Piracetam, which began it’s life as a cyclic derivative of the primary inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA was modified in the 70’s to create the related racetam, aniracetam. Oddly enough, there are studies that may suggest that aniracetam itself may not> View article
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.> View article
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> View article
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> View article
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