Uridine monophosphate is a very popular supplement, used for its cognition-enhancing properties. It’s included in many nootropic blends and a lot of experienced smart drug users include uridine in their stacks.
This interesting nootropic is known to increase dopamine and acetylcholine levels in the brain. These neurotransmitters are known to play a crucial role in memory, learning, motivation, and focus, among other things.
Improved ability to learn
So, what is uridine monophosphate? We’re gonna look at the benefits of supplementing with uridine, potential side effects, where to buy, and dosage. First, though, let’s take a look at what exactly uridine is. Read More
When you hear the word “Amazon,” do you think of huge rainforests and mythical female warriors? Or do you think of the largest online retailer in the world? If you’re like most people, it’s the latter.
Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past ten years (or deep in the Amazon rainforest), you’ve heard of Amazon.com. You may even use it regularly to buy everything from AAA batteries to Zippo lighters. But, did you know that Amazon sells a variety of different nootropics? Read More
One of the most common questions we get asked is “Are nootropics safe?” When people first hear that they can improve cognitive functioning, they want to know if it can be done safely. In this post, we’re gonna address that question.
Unfortunately, there isn’t a simple yes or no answer. Some things that people use for their nootropic benefits are incredibly safe while others can have serious side effects. We’re gonna take a detailed look at which smart drugs have a proven safety record and which ones need more research to be truly considered safe. Read More
There’s a lesser-known racetam that has been getting a lot of attention in the nootropics community over the past year or two: fasoracetam. This interesting smart drug can have powerful anxiety-reducing and mood-boosting effects in addition to its ability to improve memory and focus.
We’re gonna take a detailed look at fasoracetam. We’ll explore its benefits, common dosages, the best places to buy, potential side effects, and look at the science behind fasoracetam’s safety. But first, let’s go over what fasoracetam is. Read More
With dozens of different nootropic sellers on the internet and new ones popping up all the time, sometimes it can be hard to find the best deals.
Fortunately, you no longer have to waste valuable time searching the internet for the lowest prices of your favorite nootropics: we’ve already done it for you.
In this post, we look at the top 10 nootropics being used around the world and compare their prices. That way, you have all the information you want in one place, instead of having to jump around the internet comparing prices. Read More
One of the most popular classes of nootropics are the racetams. The first nootropic, piracetam, belongs to this family of smart drugs, as do dozens of others.
We often get asked, “What is the best racetam?” Unfortunately, it’s a question without a solid answer. Like asking, “What is the best nootropic?” the answer will vary from person to person, depending on their goals and individual brain chemistry.
But, inspired by the question, “What is the best racetam?” we’ve decided to write up this racetam comparison post. By the time you’re done reading, you should have a good idea about what the best racetam is – the best racetam for you, that is.
In this post, we’re gonna first explain exactly what the racetams are. Then, we’ll compare eight of the racetams most commonly used around the world for their nootropic properties. Read More
If you’re an experienced smart drug user, there’s probably little question in your mind whether or not nootropics work. You may as well just move on to the next post because you already know the answer to the question we’re exploring today.
For those of you that don’t yet have any experience with nootropics and are wondering, “Do nootropics work?” – this article is for you. We’re gonna answer this question and look at ways to increase the chances that nootropics will work for you. Read More