This is the question that everyone seems to be asking. Everyone wants to know, “What is the best nootropic?”
Well, unfortunately, there really is no answer to this question.
There is no one answer because each nootropic works slightly differently than the next. And everyone reacts differently to each nootropic. What may be the best nootropic for me may be the worst one for you.
It’s like asking, “What is the best ice cream?” Ask 10 people and you will probably get 10 answers (or close to it). I, personally, am going with Ben & Jerry’s Half Baked all day long. But maybe you like Chunky Monkey. And he likes Phish Food. And she likes Cherry Garcia…
You get my point. Everyone reacts differently to each nootropic. So the real question you should be asking is not “What is the best nootropic,” but rather “What is the best nootropic for me.”
This is a question that can be answered. But first you have to ask yourself what you want it to do for you. Each nootropic has slightly different benefits and drawbacks.
If you are looking for a nootropic that has strong anxiolytic (anxiety reducing) properties, then maybe you want to consider something like Aniracetam. Or if you just want a mild but effective cognitive enhancer you might look into Oxiracetam. Or maybe stacking the two together might be the right choice for you.
The point I’m trying to make is that there is no such thing as “the best nootropic.” Just keep learning about the different ones and soon you’ll be able to figure out what the best nootropic is….for you.