Nootropics Review: Dihexa

Dihexa is a nooptropic and a small peptide created by scientists to help reverse certain cognitive consequences of potential trauma-based brain disorders and neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s through increased synaptogenesis. The drug is a stable derivative of angiotensin IV, a known peptide, that, when combined with certain analogs, is a precognitive agent that can […]

Noopept: My First Nootropic Review

By Miranda Alexander I first came across Noopept and the whole nootropics movement some two months ago when I was asked to write articles about smart drugs. Prior to this writing assignment, I must admit that I have always believed that there wasn’t a drug or a substance that can make humans smarter than they […]

Review of Bifemelane

Bifemelane, also known as Celeport and Alnert, is a nootropic that has been used to treat individuals with senile dementia in Japan. Aside from its cognition enhancing properties, it has antidepressant and neuroprotective features by acting via the cholinergic system within the brain. The drug has been useful in treating glaucoma. Characteristic Bifemelane has a […]

Picamilon – The Remarkable Nootropic Drug

The nootropic N-nicotinyl-γ-aminobutyric acid (famously called GABA) is also known as picamilon in the market. Other commercial names for this drug are Pikamilon and Pycamilon. It is a mixture of niacin and GABA from the structural point of view. Niacin happens to be the famous Vitamin B, and it is an essential nutritional vitamin. An […]

D-Cycloserine and Schizophrenia

Cycloserine, chemically known as 4-amino-3-isoxazolidinone is a nootropic drug that is vended under the name Seromycin. It was formerly employed as an antibiotic since it was successful against the tuberculosis causing bacteria known as Mycobacterium tuberculosis. However, a study was conveyed to look at cycloserine and if it has the ability to infiltrate the nervous […]