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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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Mood has a great deal to do with cognition and memory and both memory and mood are both tied closely to the monoaminergic system. This includes the monoaminergic (or catecholamine) neurotransmitters. Monoamines help to transmit neuronal transmisions in the nervous system and are a vital part of the brain’s metabolism as well as being intricately linked to various emotional states.

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Phenylpiracetam, also known as Carphedon and Phenotropil, is an analogue of the classic nootropic compound piracetam. The compound possesses the same 2-oxo-pyrillidinone skeleton that all racetams share. The only real difference between it and it’s parent compound piracetam is the addition of a phenyl chain.  In addition to making it much stronger at lower doses it’s also reportedly more

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