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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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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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You are what you eat, is a very old saying, but in the case of the brain what it is made of and the quality of what you eat are very closely tied. The brain is the body’s control center and as such is one of the most energy demanding of all organs and systems. The gray matter in the

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Phenibut (beta-phenyl-gamma-aminobutyric acid) is a neuropsychotropic discovered through Soviet research and  introduced into general clinical practice in Russia in the 1960’s. Not unlike picamilon, it was initially designed with Soviet cosmonauts in mind. As such, it needed to be anxiolytic (anxiety relieving) while at the same time acting as a focusing agent.

The story of Phenibut’s development begins in 1963, in St.Petersburg,

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