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 […]

Indeloxazine: Mechanism of Action, Benefits, Side Effects and Dosage

Indeloxazine has been medically used in Japan since the year 1988 to treat the cerebrovascular disease. It is potentially a nootropic, and it seemingly produces its nootropic influences through a litany of biochemical processes. This drug was primarily created as a pharmaceutical drug by the Yamanouchi Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd in the 1980s like we have […]

Nootrobrain – The Nootropic Cognitive Enhancer

Nootrobrain™ is a nutritional supplement that is used as a cognitive enhancer. It functions by combining four essential ingredients at the proper dose. This combination works by elevating the level of neurotransmitters in the brain to provide benefits such as enhanced learning abilities and memory, improved sensory perception and mental clarity, enhanced moods and so […]

Are Nootropics and Smart Drugs Legal Substances?

Since nootropics and smart drugs affect the way the brain works, one of the most common questions asked about the cognitive enhancing agents is whether or not the substances are legal. Indeed, if a particular compound can cause an alteration to the cognitive processes, there are good reasons to suspect that there must be some […]

Pramiracetam and Coluracetam: Two Cognitive Enhancing Agents

Pramiracetam and Coluracetam are two nootropics from the racetam family that are often being compared by experienced users of smart drugs. This is primarily because of these two cognitive enhancing agents are generally believed to share a similar mechanism of action. While the exact mechanism of action of these two racetams is not fully established (as […]