Phenylpiracetam for Improved Logical Reasoning and Concentration Skills

Phenylpiracetam

Phenylpiracetam is a phenyl derivative of the nootropic supplement piracetam from the racetam family. Often marketed in pharmaceutical grade form, phenylpiracetam is known to be approximately 30 to 60 times more potent than its parent molecule piracetam. More than just a nootropic, this supplement has also been known to enhance physical performance, so a good […]

Nefiracetam

Nefiracetam

Although nefiracetam is one of the lesser known derivatives of the parent nootropic molecule piracetam, it has been steadily winning over nootropic users over the last few years. This may be attributed to the fact that most nootropic users generally prefer fast acting cognitive enhancers that affect memory retention in a single dose. On the […]

Coluracetam: A Highly Potential Nootropic for Anxiety Disorders

Coluracetam

Coluracetam is one of the more recent derivatives of piracetam. It naturally caught the attention of nootropic users being yet another drug from the racetam family. The community of nootropic users has been closely observing how studies on coluracetam progresses to see how they can benefit from this new addition to the racetam line of […]

Noopept: A Strong Cholinergic Nootropic for Acetylcholine Receptors

noopept

Noopept is a improved and reliable cholinergic nootropic. It is similar to piracetam and the racetam family but is actually a nootropic dipeptide. Its structure makes it able to be absorbed in the gut unlike nootropic peptides like cerebrolysin that need to be taken intravenously. Over the years noopept has become one of the most […]

Aniracetam for Improved Cognitive Functions

aniracetam

Aniracetam is another nootropic in the racetam class that acts similarly to piracetam although it is considered to be stronger than piracetam in effects. This substance was created from the piracetam structure and has slightly different effects. How does it work? As with piracetam, aniracetam acts in a similar way by stimulating the acetylcholine receptors […]