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.
It is no surprise that noopept made the list of top nootropics in 2015. Noopept always makes the list of top nootropics because it is effective and affordable. In terms of cost per dosage, noopept can literally cost pennies. This means even the most “starving student” can experience an improved cholinergic system without going over his or her frugal budget.
Other benefits of noopept include its extremely easy consumption method and its’ great tolerability profile. Unlike other nootropic powders such as piracetam and aniracetam that require large amounts to receive active effects, noopept only requires a very small amount. This means that taking the powder can be convenient and easy with the right measuring devices.
Coluracetam is a new player on the scene and becoming ever more popular in 2015. A year ago, coluracetam was extremely expensive but its popularity has caused production to soar and prices to slowly drop. It is a new addition in 2015 to Peak Nootropics and will certainly be available at industry leading prices backed by the power of bulk buying.
Coluracetam is a unique nootropic and every nootropic enthusiast should try it at least once. Don’t let its hefty price tag shy you away. Its cost per dosage is dropping and even now the cost per dosage is exceedingly less than what it was a year ago. In comparison, coluracetam works similarly to pramiracetam.
Allegedly, some people have reported a strong antidepressant effect and some studies point it to having potential in this area but this is subjective and unfounded.
Piracetam made the list in 2015 because of its soaring popularity. It is the staple in the racetam industry. Piracetam alone is very effective for some but the reason it made the 2015 list of top nootropics is due to the fact that it is very easy to stack and widely available. Effective stacks like the PAO stack have piracetam as an ingredient. All in all piracetam is cheap, effective and widely available. It is easily one of the most stackable nootropics on the market.
Pramiracetam has made the list of top nootropics in 2015. There were some problems with pramiracetam production during 2014 which caused a slight price increase. Nevertheless, this nootropic has withstanded the test of time. Its effects are similar to coluracetam and it works to increase High Affinity Choline Uptake (HACU). Many people respond very well to HACU nootropics.
Although pramiracetam is usually cycled due to its powerful effects, this has not stopped some people from using it consecutively for several weeks. It is not a long term use nootropic like piracetam however, it is great to use during times of high cognitive demand. If you have not yet tried pramiracetam, perhaps 2015 will be the year you decide to integrate pramiracetam into your nootropic stack.
Phenylpiracetam had a great year in 2014. It saw a surge in popularity and a price decrease. Both of these factors will certainly contribute to the further success of phenylpiracetam during 2015 and the consecutive years. Phenylpiracetam got its media popularity from its banning during the Olympics. It works similarly to the other racetams and some users really vouch for its effects.
Like with noopept, phenylpiracetam is a hit or miss. Some people get really great effects while others don’t feel it’s worth the extra cost. Basically, you either love it or hate it. People who love phenylpiracetam swear by it and you may be one of these people. If you have not yet tried phenylpiracetam, 2015 may be the time for you to try this category buster. Further price cuts and rising popularity will likely keep this nootropic on the charts next year.
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