Aniracetam or Piracetam

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by kisaj View Post
    I use JL Nootropics.
    Only place I could find that was ebay not a fan of supps off ebay though


  2. Try Piracetam first
    ..for these reasons..

    -Longer Half Life
    -Cheaper

    IMO its a bit of a hit or miss.. Unfortunately I found that I respond well to Pramiracetam @ 700~ mg + per dosage.. unlike Aniracetam or Piracetam
    though I read waaaaay slower than usual

    Smart Powders sells -Oxi -Prami -Ani (cheapest place I've found
    Cerebral Health sells -Piracetam -Noopept etc (All of them I think but they over price alot)
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Jbrooks View Post
    Only place I could find that was ebay not a fan of supps off ebay though
    No prob, Ive been buying from them for a year with good success. Also, I buy from them off amazon if that makes any difference.
  4. piracetam for algebra?


    i been trying to learn algebra for 10 years now. since 8th grade.. i cant do it.. its not sinking in, i guess i have a bad learning disability

    i just started using 2400 mg of peracitam and day with 800 mg of choline. also using sharp mind from solaray and taking some fish oil..


    will this stuff help me learn or understand math more easily? or can you recommend something that will help my brain make sense of this stuff? ..

    thanks for any and all help

  5. Quote Originally Posted by seank88 View Post
    i been trying to learn algebra for 10 years now. since 8th grade.. i cant do it.. its not sinking in, i guess i have a bad learning disability

    i just started using 2400 mg of peracitam and day with 800 mg of choline. also using sharp mind from solaray and taking some fish oil..


    will this stuff help me learn or understand math more easily? or can you recommend something that will help my brain make sense of this stuff? ..

    thanks for any and all help
    I mean no offense at all by this post but if you've been trying to learn algebra for 8 years, you probably do have a learning disability. Supplements may optimize cognitive function but they won't help you learn algebra.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    I mean no offense at all by this post but if you've been trying to learn algebra for 8 years, you probably do have a learning disability. Supplements may optimize cognitive function but they won't help you learn algebra.
    No offense taken. i know its not guna help me learn it. but any drug that can atleast give me a fighting chance or a bit of an advantage would be awesome. i mean i wanna try this and if it dosesnt help. then try provigil or something. but i just wanted to know if anyone on here had any changes in their learning abilities from any of these supplements or drugs..

  7. Quote Originally Posted by seank88 View Post
    No offense taken. i know its not guna help me learn it. but any drug that can atleast give me a fighting chance or a bit of an advantage would be awesome. i mean i wanna try this and if it dosesnt help. then try provigil or something. but i just wanted to know if anyone on here had any changes in their learning abilities from any of these supplements or drugs..
    Stimulants, Ritalin, Adderall all that prescription shizz

  8. A good tutor will probably help more.

  9. I run Smarter Nootropics which is just a research site about nootropics and I've spent a lot of time researching the different members of the racetam family. Piracetam is definitely the most studied of all of the racetams, but it's also one of the weakest. Aniracetam is good because its more potent than Piracetam by weight and it's also got a stimulant action on the AMPA gateways. I definitely want to suggest Noopept, which is great, it works very powerfully in very low dosages and can be taken sublingually. I also would like to suggest pramiracetam which has been studied pretty well and is also more effective than Piracetam by weight.

    My top 2 would be noopept followed by aniracetam though. Hope this info helps!

  10. I would totally recommended Aniracetam in your situation. It's done wonders for me! When I got my new job.. I'm constantly having to speak in front of people and get things ready to say and etc.. (the worst part of my job!) & it used to literally make me break down.. but when a friend of mine introduced me to Aniracetam.. it was amazzzzzzing! I'm using JL Nootropics.. I love it! <3

  11. I enjoyed Aniracetam as well I'd go with this one first then try the other

  12. Really thats good to know and something to watch for.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by rosaline View Post
    I would totally recommended Aniracetam in your situation. It's done wonders for me! When I got my new job.. I'm constantly having to speak in front of people and get things ready to say and etc.. (the worst part of my job!) & it used to literally make me break down.. but when a friend of mine introduced me to Aniracetam.. it was amazzzzzzing! I'm using JL Nootropics.. I love it! <3
    I've recommended Aniracetam to more people than I can think of and all but one has had amazing results. I've used JL for the last year or so and they are incredible with the delivery speed. Solid product. I recently tried some from NeuroWave and have been very happy with it. Slower delivery, but cheaper and same quality.

  14. never tried any noots, r they just hyped up stims?

  15. Check out Demiurge, it is very effective and it personally helped me become more outgoing and social

  16. Piracetam with Focus XT works well for me. I've using half a scoop of Focus XT and 2 grams of Piractem over the last couple of weeks and I've noticed my cognition has improved. I'm able to capture and process concepts quicker and with less effort. Aniracetam was less consistent for me - sometimes my verbal fluency would increase and I would be on point speaking to people. Other times it would leave me a little dazed - but when it worked it was impressive.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by saggy321 View Post
    Piracetam with Focus XT works well for me. I've using half a scoop of Focus XT and 2 grams of Piractem over the last couple of weeks and I've noticed my cognition has improved. I'm able to capture and process concepts quicker and with less effort. Aniracetam was less consistent for me - sometimes my verbal fluency would increase and I would be on point speaking to people. Other times it would leave me a little dazed - but when it worked it was impressive.
    You ever try Phenylpiracetam, it is much more effective then Piracetam. If you are interested, Demiurge is a great option for this.

  18. Aniracetam > Piracetam per my use. I noticed absolutely nothing from the latter, at various doses as well as with/without choline.
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  19. Hi all, first time posting and had a question regarding the choline use... do nootropics and choline just compliment each other well, or does the choline counteract some sort of effect caused by the noots?

  20. The explanation I keep reading is that racetams ramp up choline use in the brain and "use them up" faster. If you are deficient in choline, as many people are, then you will get side effects like foggy thinking, headaches, sleep disturbances etc.

    The hard part about dosing is that you won't know what, if any, level of choline dosing you need until you basically feel out the effects.

  21. When I first started taking Noots a couple years ago, I tried it without any extra Choline and found that I had pounding ones on Ani, but not on Piracetam or Oxiracetam. I ended up preferring Ani for my intended purposes and started with a low 250 mg Choline Bitrate source. It helped the headaches, but I found that I had much better effects from Alpha-GPC.

    Personally, I always believe in starting low and ramping up, rather than overloading and trying to back down.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by Veritatis View Post
    You ever try Phenylpiracetam, it is much more effective then Piracetam. If you are interested, Demiurge is a great option for this.
    I haven't no. Would you recommend it? What are its effects compared to regular piracetam?

  23. Quote Originally Posted by saggy321 View Post
    I haven't no. Would you recommend it? What are its effects compared to regular piracetam?
    Definitely would! The effects are about 30x more potent, and it makes for quite the amazing study/focus aid. You can expect to feel more alert, clear headed, and zoned in on whatever task you are working on.

  24. Piracetam is indeed strong, and works well both for preworkout or just regular nuero-enhancement

  25. They both do very different things in terms of effects, IMO. For myself I found Aniracetam to be excellent for communication, logical reasoning, focus and as an antidepressant/anxiliotic. This is primarily due to the receptors it effects: Dopamine D2, Serotonin 5ht2a and Nicotinic acetylcholine receptors. It's the closest thing, focus wise, to Adderall out there. Piracetam on the other hand did nothing for me in terms of focus, motivation and logical thinking. It does however haves profound effect on creativity and emotional processing. the effects of Aniracetam only last roughly 2 hours for me so reposing became an issue, piracetam lasted closer to 5-6 hours. Alpha-GPC was my choline source of choice for either one.
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