Although Gingko Biloba and Fish would be great for the mind, Piracetam actually has more of a clarifying effect on the human brain. :idea: I would like to start out by claiming that I am a Neuro-Boost Piracetam user. I have been using Piracetam from Smart Drugs for Thought for nearly 10 months now. Before I was using piracetam, I used St. Johns Wort. I did like SJW however it did give me the "I don't care effect" with personal issues I should be paying attention to. Now these were not as severe as thought of. Piracetam, from a personal use, gives me more than a clarifying clear effect in my cognitive functions. Visual clarity is experienced at higher dosages (6400mg). I do take as much as 6400mg per day divided evenly side by side in the morning and evenings. The memory retention and verbal memory span, gained from Neuro-Boost Piracetam, is personally my normal day to day experience from this Nootropic. I do however take mroe than 6400 mg a day at least 2 to 3 times a week. However, I do not recommend this to anyone. This is simply my personal usage. Taking higher amounts of Piracetam would require the average human being to supplement this with Choline. Choline actually acts and rebuilds a the acetylcholine levels within the brain. Piracetam stimulates these neurotransmitters and might actually drain them in a sense. Now this isn't a bad thing at all. Foods that we eat typically maintain acetylcholine levels such as eggs, beef liver and cauliflower. I would like to say it is rare for Piracetam to have this effect in our brains at lower dosages. Typically, I take 1100mg of choline 2 times a week. So you see even at higher personal doses, I still do not receive these headaches from low acetylcholine levels. Personally I like to stay on the safe side when it comes to taking any supplement. Piracetam is personally my favorite supplement and I would recommend Neuro-Boost Piracetam to anyone(friends and family included).
P.S. Hydergine(prescription med) + Piracetam stack works like a charm. They are very much synergistic with each other. Consult with your doctor before staking these though. Other than that I would only recommend stacking Piracetam with Choline. "Smart Drugs for Thought" has vegetarian capsuled doses and they are always in stock. I've had there Piracetam lab tested at my job. This is pure piracetam to say the least.