Pleasantly intense focus in a capsule

The way I’ve always described high quality Piracetam is: , but at the same time an energizing sensation of optimism about the work ahead of one’s self and the challenges presenting themselves.

Someone asked me the other day, what my favorite smart drug was, which is a difficult question — that’s like asking who her favorite in MI6 is… Well, I thought about it and after trying well over 100 , my favorite is probably Piracetam.

  • It makes you really focused like Modafinil but without the sweats…
  • It makes you really good at solving complex technical problems like Phenylpiracetam but it doesn’t
  • It improves your memory like Aniracetam but it doesn’t clump up in a way that makes it super annoying to consume…
  • It lowers stress like meditation but without having to lay there . Actually I really love meditation, if you made me choose between the two, it would be tough…
  • It will wake you up in the morning like coffee but it isn’t going bother your stomach or discolor your teeth…
  • It improves Mitochondrial function but it’s not going to break the bank like CoQ10 or PQQ supplements will.
  • It improves your imperviousness to distraction like Ritalin or Adderall but it doesn’t make you feel like an amphetamine junky.
    No wonder the FDA tried to censor it!

If you have never tried Piracetam before you are definitely going to want to watch my video, , I did specifically on the science behind Piracetam and its mechanism of action:

Recently I got a really useful comment about Piracetam:

This is a really great question…
Around 10% — 15% of people who use Piracetam get zero results from it regardless of dosage, this mostly has to do with either the ACh system, the adrenal system or Mitochondria, luckily it’s a pretty well understood problem and it’s pretty cheap and easy to fix. So you’ll definitely want to watch my video.

Another commenter on my blog called Piracetam , which I thought was an awesome description… It does improves your verbal wittiness or mastery of your second language…

I objectively know that it’s improving my cognition because I consistently score higher in my brain training games while on Piracetam, I had a breakthrough high score on Dual N-Back.

The only downside of Piracetam is that to really get cognitively enhanced from it you are going to need to do anywhere from 3–6 grams. If you do it in low doses, just a capsule or two a day, your results are going to be pretty limited.

So this little bottle of 800 milligrams capsules, is to me — just kidding — it’s like a week’s supply for me. If you are looking for the best deal on Piracetam, I recommend getting it powdered, it’s one of the easiest to take in powdered form.
$20 150 Grams
$40 400 Grams
$15 60 Capsules X 800mg (48 Grams)

However there are some reasons to get it in capsuled form

  • You just appreciate the convenience of taking it in capsule form.
  • You need to take supplements in exact amounts to ensure the accuracy of your biohacking, self quantification experiments and you don’t want to mess with the digital scale and little measuring spoons every time you are taking Nootropics.
  • You don’t want your wife or roommate to find it and think you are doing cocaine (because that’s kind of what it looks like)…

Piracetam is the first and one of the most well researched nootropic drugs used for improved cognitive abilities.

  • Enhanced memory (reference)
  • Age related neuro protection (ref)
  • Protects the brain after injury (ref)
  • Depression / anxiety relief (ref)
  • Prescription drug for Alzheimer’s/Parkinson’s (ref)
  • Mild side effects even with extreme doses (ref)

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