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    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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alcast082 View Post
    I like piracetam and other racetams but since I've been taking aricept I didn't want to mess with my acetylcholine levels at all. I'm not really sure if its ok to mix racetams with aricept. If anyone has experience or knowledge on this I would appreciate any info on this topic.
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    Honestly, you should not have any problem taking piracetam with aricept. Piracetam would need to be stacked with choline if someone had low levels of acetylcholine levels to begin with. Eating eggs(yolk), beef liver, or cauliflower should help balance that out as well too. You would have nothing to worry about alcast082. Aricept breaks down the aceytlcholine neurotransmitters while piracetam stimulates them. Choline would actually support the reproduction and growth of acetylcholine levels as well.

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    Piracetam is something I've been enjoying lately. Way better than a cup of coffee in the morning.
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    Poisoned is very harmless and every one knows this reality and still in the world suicide with poison is increasing and there is the government taking any action.

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    @Alacast082

    Thank you for the update. I was just reading that choline was a good supplement to stack with piracetam from reading an article @ www.smartdrugsforthought.com/piracetam-research it was somewhere near the bottom of the page what piracetam is synergistic with. I believe it is also very effective with a substance called hydergine, this was also on the page with a medical document that can be searched on google. It says it increases the effects by 500%. Well I will remember not to take too much choline. I've been actually taking roughly 1100mg of choline bitartrate per day along with 4800mg of piracetam. It's been great so far, but I'm considering lowering the choline intake due to it leading to nausea and paranoia at high level dosages. Thank you for informing me about this alcast082 it has been very helpful! Let us know you Test Results on your usage of piracetam and what you are planning to stack it with. I'm quite curious.

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    Anyone tried Noopept?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    Anyone tried Noopept?
    Nope never gave it a shot. Wait for some more TRs to come through in my honest opinion. I'm not sure what adverse effects it could have.

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    Well I would like to update that I do not use a Cholinergic source for the time being. I'm giving myself specific test results with only racetam synergistic effects to determine effectiveness without the use of cholinergics. The two racetams I am only using now is Piracetam and Neuro Wave Aniracetam both sources from the same manufacturer here in the USA. These two racetams have given me reasons to have a relative sense of security and safety when I am ingesting either of them. Noopept will definitely have to wait until I have found enough valid research and studies performed on human beings. Piracetam and Aniracetam have enough valid information stating the positive and neuroprotective effects given when used. I wasn't able to find as much information as I did when I was conducting extensive research on Piracetam. I was able to find this document though from a particular website - Human studies have established that Aniracetam is a powerful cognitive enhancer. Study participants improved their scores on a number of intelligence and memory tests (Saletu, 1980, 1984). Piracetam is relatively safe and harmless for anyone that is interested in experiencing the effects of any nootropic or one that is part of the racetam family. I did however find Oxiracetam harmless as well. It also has a similar effect to the Piracetam and Aniracetam synergy. I was not able to find much information on the source though... I am in further studies in Oxi- (stated to be the much stronger form of Piracetam and shares very similar chemical structure) as well as Prami- (this has been stated to be the "cousin" to Aniracetam as they are both lipid soluble sources and are simliar in chemical structure). I have not tested out Pramiracetam, so I can not speak on the substance stated. This will have to be further down the road. As for the claims of one being stronger than the other, I would have to agree in the slightest way. From my own personal usage, all have different effects and one is only more potent than the other when comparing racetams of similar chemical structure (This stating my use and comparison of Piracetam and Oxiracetam)

    Does a cholinergic source need to be used with a racetam? The answer is to be determined by the individual who can determine and test the difference results when using or not using the two sources.

    Sources where information was gathered:
    Erowid - Aniracetam, Piracetam
    Smart Drugs for Thought - What is Aniracetam? | What is Piracetam?
    Drug-Forums - Nootropics - Racetams

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