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So you want to be a 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 consolidation

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As most of you know, laws differ from country to country. 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 are listed below; nations with poor credit

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Cycling is a great way to get more bang from your buck when it comes to supplementing with nootropics. Like sticking with minimum effective dosing, it not only will save your wallet in the long term but it will also cut down on the possibility of undesirable side effects and ensure supplements are more effective when you take them.
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Noopept is a nootropic peptide originally formulated in Russia that is related to the racetams. Sometimes it is even classified as a racetam, but technically it is not due to lacking the pyrollidinone backbone structure. The racetams, of course, are cholinergics which mean they modulate the production of acetylcholine the learning, memory and movement molecule. Many of the fundamental traits

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The Winter Olympics in South Korea has brought the issue of “doping” in sports back into the public eye. As mentioned in a recent article at Smithsonian magazine online, Olga Medvedtseva became the first athlete caught doping in that year’s games. It wasn’t steroids or amphetamines or other illegal or illicit substances the Olympian was caught using, rather it

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The popularity of and interest in nootropics has continued to grow in the past years, but one of the first things any newbie to the field should concern themselves with is safety. It is often pointed out that nootropics are, like vitamins, beneficial to the brain and generally considered safe and side effect free. This is, for the most part

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So, you’re exercising regularly, maintaining proper nutrition through healthy eating, maybe even a pre-workout or other supplement formula in the mix, but you’re still just not seeing the gains you’re looking for. There’s a possibility that the secret could lie in the Adrenal System. It’s possible that stress and other factors could be blocking your progress.

Stress kills, they say, but

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The brain is the central processing unit for the entire body as well as the seat of consciousness. As such, it is an incredibly sophisticated organ that manages to translate electrical impulses and chemical reactions into the vast array of human experience, behavior and cognition. The brain contains literally billions of neurons, or “brain cells.” Neurons communicate with each other

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Probably the most well-known type of nootropics are the cholinergic supplements, especially the racetam family. Cholinergics aren’t the only class of mechanism of action for nootropics by a long shot. Most always, nootropics affect the functioning of one or more neurotransmitter systems or specific subreceptors. AMPAkines are in some cases some of the most potent of all the different > View article

There are several groups of nootropic supplements. The intent of this list is to provide a big picture of the different types of nootropic supplements across their various categories.  Some newer research nootropics are not on this list due to their limited availability and lack of research.

1. Adaptogen List

Adaptogens are a list of herbs that may help with the body’s

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