Why Use Nootropics?

Why Use Nootropics?

Have you recently heard about smart drugs? Are you wondering, “Why use nootropics?”

nootropic brainIf so, you’re not alone: It’s a question we get asked all the time. And it’s a question that we’re gonna answer in today’s post.

Interest in nootropics has been steadily on the rise for the past few years. There’s a good reason for that: They work.
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The Nootropic Benefits Of Kratom

The Nootropic Benefits Of Kratom

Have you ever heard of kratom? If you haven’t, you’re missing out on a powerful plant that has tons of mind and mood-boosting properties. And if you have, you’ve probably never heard about the nootropic benefits of kratom before.

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Kratom Leaf (Mitragyna Speciosa)

While it’s usually not thought of as a nootropic, many users find that kratom has several nootropic properties. Improved mood, increased motivation and focus, reduced anxiety, and overall cognitive enhancement are just some of the benefits that kratom users report.

In this post, we’re gonna look at the benefits of this amazing plant, typical dosages, potential side effects, where to buy, and the controversy surrounding its legal status. First, though, let’s take an in-depth look at what kratom is.
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The Adderall Stack

The Adderall Stack

One of the most common questions that gets asked about nootropics is “What nootropic is the most like Adderall?” It’s a question that can be found on nootropics message boards around the internet, and it’s one that we’ve been asked countless times.

adderall stackIf we had to pick a single nootropic as the best Adderall alternative, it would have to be phenylpiracetam. But, by itself, it really can’t compare to Adderall. As of now, no single nootropic even comes close to being as motivating, mood-enhancing, and focus-improving as the powerful prescription drug Adderall.

You probably noticed that we said that no single nootropic can compare to Adderall. However, when we start stacking nootropics, we can recreate just about all of it’s positive effects.

After doing tons of research, asking around the internet on nootropics message boards, and testing over a dozen different stacks ourselves, we’ve come up with the the Adderall stack. This is the ultimate stack to recreate the effects of Adderall.
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The Benefits of Rhodiola Rosea

The Benefits Of Rhodiola Rosea

All over the planet, countless plants and herbs with medicinal properties grow naturally. Scientists have classified over 300,000 different species of plants, and new ones are still being discovered all the time1.

Rhodiola rosea is an amazing plant with a number of medicinal and nootropic properties. It grows naturally all over the planet, in cold climates. From the mountains of North Carolina to the Alps in Europe, and from the mountains of Central Asia to the Arctic, rhodiola rosea can be found growing and thriving.

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A rhodiola rosea plant.

This plant has a long history of use in traditional Russian, Scandinavian, and Chinese medicine. In recent years, rhodiola rosea has been getting popular in the nootropic and biohacking communities.

Users are reporting that it improves mood, focus, and energy, while reducing stress and anxiety. And there is plenty of science to back up those claims.

We’ll get into all these benefits shortly. First, let’s take a look at what exactly rhodiola rosea is.
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Mucuna Pruriens For Anxiety, Motivation, and Mood

Mucuna Pruriens for Anxiety, Motivation, and Mood

With modern science, we can create all kinds of amazing things in the laboratory. But sometimes the most amazing things are found in nature.

One of these amazing things is mucuna pruriens. This is a tropic bean that grows naturally in parts of Africa and Asia. And it has a number of powerful nootropic properties.

The reason that mucuna pruriens is so powerful is because it contains a large amount of l-dopa, which is a well-known substance with tons of medicinal properties.

L-dopa is actually a prescription drug in the United States and abroad. It’s used to treat Parkinson’s Disease, Restless Leg Syndrome, and several other conditions.

When taken by healthy individuals, it can significantly improve mood, motivation, and reduce anxiety. It may also increase testosterone and growth hormone (HGH) levels. Because of this, mucuna pruriens is popular in both nootropic and bodybuilding communities.

We’re gonna look at what exactly mucuna pruriens is, how it works, its benefits, potential side-effects, effective dosages, and more.
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The Many Benefits Of Ashwagandha

The Many Benefits Of Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is one of the most interesting supplements available. It has tons of benefits, an excellent safety record, plenty of research, and has been used for thousands of years. Neuroprotection, enhanced virility, anti-cancer, and anti-anxiety effects are just some of the benefits of this wonderful herb.

So what is this amazing plant, and what is it used for? We’re gonna take a deep look at ashwagandha, its many benefits, effective dosage, and potential side effects. But first, we need to talk about what exactly it is.
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Sunifiram

Sunifiram

Sunifiram is a relatively new nootropic that has been getting some attention in the nootropics community over the past couple of years. Although there hasn’t been much research on it yet, preliminary studies are very promising. And users from around the world are reporting that sunifiram has a number of potent nootropic and mood-boosting properties.

Sunifiram is a synthetic derivative of piracetam, which is one of the oldest and best-studied nootropics. It is many, many times more potent than piracetam. Because of this, users are reporting amazing results with very small sunifiram dosages. While piracetam doses are measured in grams, sunifiram dosages are measured in single-digit milligrams. This means you have to take much less to experience nootropic effects.
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What Nootropic Should I Try First?

What Nootropic Should I Try First?

The popularity of using nootropics has been exploding over the past few years. More and more people are using these unique drugs to increase focus, motivation, memory, improve mood, and reduce anxiety.

I’ve been asked the following question more times than I can remember: “What nootropic should I try first?”

To accurately answer this question, I need to know what you are looking for. Not all nootropics are the same. Some increase focus without affecting mood or anxiety. Others reduce anxiety and improve mood, while at the same time increasing focus.
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Coluracetam

Coluracetam

Coluracetam is a nootropic that has been getting a lot of attention from the medical community and from nootropics users. This is a supplement that is likely to become very popular in the coming years.

Of all the nootropics that are available today, this is one of the newer ones. It was created in 2005 by the Japanese pharmaceutical company Mitsubishi Tanabe. They first synthesized it by modifying the well known nootropic, piracetam. The patent for this unique compound was transferred to the company BrainCells, Inc. They are a company that provides drugs to treat central nervous system diseases.

BrainCells, Inc. are currently conducting clinical testing for coluracetam. So far, the research has been very promising. Coluracetam shows great potential to treat certain central nervous system disorders as well as optic nerve and retinal damage.
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Phenylpiracetam - The Best Adderall Alternative

Phenylpiracetam – The Best Adderall Alternative

When people find out that I have a lot of experience with nootropics, there are a few questions that always seem to come up. One question that comes up often is “Are there any nootropic alternatives to Adderall?”

The answer is yes, there is. And it’s called phenylpiracetam. It is easily the best alternative to Adderall. It provides similar improvements in focus, mood, energy level, memory, and motivation. However, it doesn’t have anywhere near as many side effects. And, compared to Adderall, the potential for addiction is much, much less.

The popularity of phenylpiracetam is steadily increasing. More and more people are using it as a substitute for Adderall. I, myself, have used it as a substitute for Adderall. It provides all of the focus-enhancing and mood-boosting effects, but without the overstimulated feeling that I sometimes get with Adderall.

If you’re looking for a recreational drug that will get you high, this isn’t it. But if you are looking for a safer and equally effective alternative to Adderall, then you’re looking for phenylpiracetam.
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