Oxiracetam: A Better Known Stimulant Among Racetam Nootropics

Oxiracetam is a cognitive enhancing agent from the racetam class of nootropics. It is one of the more popular and preferred cognitive enhancers from the racetam family primarily because of its effectiveness and very low toxicity profile. Oxiracetam gives the user the basic benefits from supplementation with racetams such as improved memory, learning skills, and […]

Fasoracetam and its Cognition Enhancing Properties

Fasoracetam is a lesser known member of the famous racetam family of nootropic drugs. Coming from the racetam family of nootropics, you would expect it to catch the attention of nootropics enthusiasts naturally – and it has not disappointed in this respect. Its structure shares a pyrollidine nucleus like it is the case with all […]

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 […]

Risks Involved With the Use of Piracetam: Is It Safe for you?

Even though Piracetam was the very first nootropic ever synthesized, it still remains as one of the preferred smart drugs for cognitive enhancement. This nootropic compound was developed by Hungarian chemist, Dr. Corneliu Giurgia in 1964 while working for UCB, a multi-national pharmaceutical company based in Brussels, Belgium. He was amazed by the positive effects […]

Noopept vs Piracetam: Comparing Properties and Abilities

Noopept is one of the more potent nootropics and it is often quoted as being 1,000 times more powerful than the first smart drug ever synthesized, Piracetam. Some distributors of generic Noopept powders even go as far as saying that the purity of their product makes it up to 5,000 times more potent than Piracetam. […]

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