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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Noopept and Choline

Noopept and Choline – A Winning Combination

Sometimes, things just go well together. This is certainly true of Noopept and choline.

A lot of people like to stack nootropics. A “stack” is when you take two or more nootropics together to get added benefits.

There are a few companies that make pre-stacked nootropics. Perhaps the best known of these is Alpha Brain. But these pre-made stacks often contain tons of different things in them. While Alpha Brain works great, with all those ingredients, you don’t really know what is working and what isn’t.

Peak Nootropics has come up with a two-in-one nootropic stack that I love. It has just two ingredients that have been shown to work great together: Noopept and choline. As far as I know, Peak Nootropics is the only company that is doing this right now.
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The Top 3 Nootropic Stimulants

Top 3 Nootropic Stimulants

Stimulants are a big part of life for many people. How many people do you know that can’t start their day without a big cup of coffee? Caffeine is easily the most common stimulant used around the world.

Prescription stimulants have gained widespread popularity over the past 20 years. Drugs like Adderall and Concerta are handed out like candy to students in grade school all the way up until college. Unfortunately, these types of stimulants often have tons of side effects and can be highly addictive.

More and more people are turning to nootropic stimulants to help them stay focused and motivated. Fortunately, there are a number of nootropic stimulants that have a lot of the same benefits of prescription stimulants, but without a lot of the side effects.
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The Many Benefits of Vinpocetine

The Many Benefits of Vinpocetine

There are a lot of nootropics that provide multiple benefits. For example, aniracetam not only improves cognition but also reduces anxiety. Modafinil not only increases alertness but also improves focus. It’s common for nootropics to have multiple benefits.

brainOne nootropic that has an incredibly varied set of benefits is vinpocetine. This interesting supplement can improve cognition, mood, hearing, vision, cardiovascular health, and has anti-inflammatory effects.

Perhaps one of the more interesting vinpocetine uses is in the treatment of tinnitus (ringing in the ears). This is a problem that affects many people and its causes are often poorly understood. A lot of people that suffer from tinnitus have reported that vinpocetine supplementation improved their symptoms significantly.
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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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Oxiracetam - A Safe and Effective Nootropic

Oxiracetam – A Safe and Effective Nootropic

The use of nootropics has steadily been gaining in popularity over the past few years. It is a new and exciting world that is largely unexplored. And, like anything unexplored, there are always going to be unknown risks.

Many of the newer nootropics have not been scientifically studied in humans yet. Most of them are probably safe for most people to use. But there is no way of knowing if they have any unknown side effects.

One nootropic that has been extensively studied in humans is oxiracetam. What really stands out with this potent nootropic is its safety profile. Oxiracetam has been shown to be very safe, even when used at extremely high doses for long periods of time.

Now, I’m not advocating high dose oxiracetam use. But if you’re looking for a powerful nootropic that has been shown to be safe over and over again, then oxiracetam might be right for you.
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