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Smart Drugs For College’s Thoughts On NSI-189

This piece comes to us from our friends at Smart Drugs For College – Stephen reached out to us and asked how he could contribute and help out since we’ve been very busy. I asked him to look into neuron generation and get back to us with what he found that that would be great. Here’s what he had to say, and please note that this does not necessarily represent Smarter Nootropics’ views on the subject.   NSI 189 – By Stephen McLaughlin When it comes to the matters pertaining to the functioning of the human brain, some amount of
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Tinkering with the Biosphere (The World of DIY Biohacking)

By: Gareth Branwyn You’re likely already familiar with the idea of the hackerspace, local do-it-yourself (and do-it-with-others) “clubs” that have sprung up in many places around the world. But did you know that there are such spaces exclusively dedicated to citizen science and biotechnology hacking? We thought it would be fun to look at a few of these exciting citizen science labs and some of the more promising projects that they’re incubating.   BioCurious (biocurious.org) — One of the first such biology-focused hackerspaces is Sunnyvale California’s BioCurious. One of the first big projects developed by founding members of the space
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Chaos Addiction

We haven’t been able to write much lately, so we’ve been putting together some contributions from our friends that we think will be interesting to our readers. We receive a lot of emails about advice regarding substance abuse and addiction and hope to help people develop better habits, choose healthy supplements to get back on track, and to help repair damage to neurons. This article comes to us from Laura Barker and we hope that some of our readers will find it useful. It’s not about Nootropics per-se, but we hope that it’ll be of interest to our readers. The Link
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Hyperion Strength Guest Post – Vitamin D

Vitamin D3 Deficiency and Cognitive Health This is a guest post from Mansal Denton, the founder of Hyperion Strength, which is a platform to optimize mental and physical performance. When he isn’t obsessing over creatine, you can find him doing Acro yoga or exploring consciousness. Despite the importance, more people are deficient in vitamin D than any other nutrient (magnesium is a close second). The rich world rarely has to worry about vitamin and mineral deficiencies, but geography and diet often spell disaster. If you are not living near the equator (between the 37th parallels), spending 20 – 30 minutes outside per day, or eating copious quantities of dairy, eggs, and fish, you
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New Tianeptine Article

We’ve got a new Tianeptine profile out. Sorry for the delay between posts, but we’re back on our feet.

 

Exploring the Braverman Assessment – What does it tell us about neurotransmitter dominance and deficiency?

This excellent guest post was submitted by our friends at  The Trading Edge . Please check them out if you’re interested in seeing how investing, trading, and nootropics interrelate. Why do you use nootropics? Let me start with a basic question, “Why do you supplement with nootropics?”. Are you using nootropics to alleviate a cognitive disorder? Are you a student using nootropics to improve your studies and best your classmates? Are you a corporate warrior trying to get more done and to keep one step ahead of the competition? Are you an elderly person who supplements to ward off the
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Analytical TruBrain Review

TruBrain Review – A True Nootropic Stack TruBrain is a prebuilt nootropic stack that is notable for being one of the few stack products that has actual racetams in it. Most pre-built stacks stick to common supplement ingredients available at a typical vitamin store (or even grocery store) instead of the more effective and interesting compounds in the racetam family. TruBrain was started by an interesting team of people. Their Lead Neuroscientist, Dr. Hill, is a neuroscientist from UCLA. This isn’t a stack made by marketers – it’s been researched and taken seriously from day 1. So let’s take a
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Nootropics Podcast Roundtable Discussion

Hey everyone, Smarter Nootropics was a guest recently on the SmartDrugSmarts podcast. We sat down to speak with Jesse Lawler, biohacker and Nootropics enthusiast as well as Mans Denton from the TheHackedMind website. We discuss nutrition, aging, personal favorite stacks, ADHD medications, and the growing popularity of Nootropics and cognitive enhancers among 20-somethings as well as baby boomers. Please check out the podcast if you’ve got some free time on your commute or are in the mood for some audio content. You can see us on episode 40 – Nootropics Roundtable. Don’t forget to let us know what you think
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NSI-189 New Nootropic Profile Added

Chris Atkins has been hard at work researching NSI-189. We’ve got a full profile available at our NSI-189 page. It’s a relatively unstudied nootropic compound that’s been gaining some traction recently. It stimulates neuronal growth in the hippocampus, helps reduce depression, and may help treating people with a number of illnesses related to hippocampal damage. Please check out the profile and let us know what you think.

 

Nootropics and Legality

One of the questions I am asked frequently is about the legality of different Nootropics. I get emails asking “Is X legal in my country?”. I have tried to put together an article about the legality of these compounds, although it mostly applies to the US and UK. Legal Status: I’m most familiar with the US and UK laws. I am not at all familiar with laws outside of those countries. The legal structure in the US and UK tends to deal with scheduled classes of drugs. Scheduled drugs are only legally obtainable with a prescription, and the penalties range
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Smart Drug Smarts Review

When I first heard of Smart Drug Smarts, it was through the Dynamite Circle, which is the membership forum for the Tropical MBA podcast. SDS is run by Jesse Lawler, who is a programmer/smart drug enthusiast. He interviews interesting people for most of his podcast episodes. I listened to a few of his podcasts and determined that he’s great at asking good questions and creating educational listening materials on the topic of cognitive enhancement. I met Jesse in Los Angeles back in November and we chatted about Nootropics, cognitive enhancers, bitcoin, online entrepreneurship, and a number of other interesting topics.
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India Pharmaceutical Dropshipping Update

Last week we reported on issues with the FDA visiting and inspecting dropshippers, and shutting down a number of them. These were mostly in the states of Mumbai and New Dehli. It appears that it was related to the Indian FDA minister’s pending retirement and the demands of the Indian FDA for greater regulatory powers similar to the US FDA’s. There’s also been increasing pressure on dropshippers and medical suppliers who ship to the United States. More customs “Love Letters” have been reported on forums in the past month than have been reported in previous months. This increase in customs
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The Ethics Of Smart Drugs

This is a guest post sent in to us by Kevin Dungee of Nootropic Nexus. We want to thank him for his time in writing this. Opinions expressed are those of the author. Steroids. Odds are, the word either conjures up grossly negative images of shady dealings done by athletes and overly-muscular men trying to game the system and cheat their way to the top, or you have the polar opposite reaction and feel these compounds are misunderstood and misrepresented in the media, and, at the right time and place, they serve their purpose. It seems, as we advance, many
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Indian Pharmaceutical Dropshippers Shutting Down

This is an evolving situation. Please see updates here: http://www.smarternootropics.com/2014/02/india-pharmaceutical-dropshipping-update/ A couple of days ago I was approached by a source involved in the supplement/nootropics trade asking what I knew about customs love letters in the US, and if I’d heard of anyone recently on the forums receiving any. The supplier stated that they had received seven customers reporting love letters all on the same day. A couple days later the same source told me that they had received emails from three of their suppliers in India, to the effect that the “FDA is on the ground” and that they’re working
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Captagon – The Smart Drug Fuelling Syria’s Civil War

There’s been a lot of news coming out of Syria and the Middle East about a “new amphetamine” that is coming to dominate the war economy. Since most of Syria’s infrastructure and economy has been destroyed by civil war, the major moneymaker has become arms deals and drug sales, but specifically sales of a drug called “Captagon”. There’s a lot of talk in the news about this “scary new drug,” but what concerns us is, what is Captagon really? What was it intended for? And why is a Nootropics blog covering Captagon? Captagon’s other name is Fenethylline. Looking at the
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Five Ways To Get Nootropics

A lot of people interested in Nootropics want to know where and how to find them. There’s definitely more than one right answer to this question. There are some obvious answers and some not so obvious answers. I’ll start with the obvious and work my way down to the less obvious answers. Hopefully this will help those of you who, due to one circumstance or another, are unable to get Nootropics through one or more of the methods below. Bulk Powders Online There are a number of places to purchase bulk powder Nootropics online. Places like Absorb Health, Pure Nootropics, Nootropics Depot, Intellimeds.
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Focus Boost Review

We were recently contacted by the makers of Focus Boost about their new product. We do not have an advertising or affiliate relationship with the Focus Boost product. They sent us a couple of bottles for us to review, and I decided that instead of the typical ingredients-based reviews that we normally do, I would send a bottle to a college student who tried it out in a study environment and got back to us with a review. Please note that this review does not necessarily reflect Smarter Nootropics’ view on Focus Boost as we have not yet evaluated its
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Limitless Coming To TV

One of the biggest sources of interest into Nootropics in recent years has been viewers of the movie Limitless. Relativity TV announced at Mipcom that they’re going to be adapting the movie into a television series, and they’ll be keeping Bradley Cooper (the main actor) as the lead character. Depending which stations and networks pick it up, this could potentially spur a new influx of people interested in Nootropics and bring our niche/hobby into a larger spotlight and audience.

 

Guest Post: Modified CILTEP Review (With Sources)

## Edit 2013-10-08 ## – We have been informed that Natural Stacks have developed a CILTEP formula in partnership with Abelard Lindsay. A potent combination of standardised artichoke and forskolin, b6 and ALCAR.  Check the product out here – your purchase supports Smarter Nootropics. My time here at The Garden has been characterized by a polarization of behaviour. When I say that, I mean that my daily activities are sprinkled across a spectrum that includes low-skill, but physically demanding manual labor, and high-functioning , technological troubleshooting. A typical day may consist of: – Feeding livestock – Learning Ruby on Rails using Michael Hartl’s
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Dihydromyricetin – An End To Alcohol Woes?

A year or two back I came across an interesting study. Researchers had isolated a compound called dihydromyricetin from the oriental raisin tree, a chinese herbal tea that had been taken for centuries as a hangover remedy. Researchers then took rats and injected them with the rat equivalent of 20 drinks in an hour.   These rats were in bad shape. They were seriously drunk. The researchers flipped them on their backs and watched them (kind of like the guy in this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2XeVs4wqdE) as they tried to right themselves. The researchers timed the rats and it took, on average,
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Nootropil 800

More people are searching for Nootropil than are searching for “Nootropics”. Apparently people are finding out about the Russian version of Piracetam than are finding out about Nootropics in general. This is pretty interesting to me. I wanted to create a quick post here that describes what Nootropil is for people who are coming to this site after searching Nootropil. What is Nootropil? Nootropil is a Russian/European brand of Piracetam. Piracetam is a cognitive enhancer that works by altering how the brain uses choline. Nootropil is sold as tablets and is sold to treat a number of different cognitive deficiencies.
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A Few New Nootropic Profiles

We’ve been busy here at SmarterNootropics.com, even if it hasn’t all been on the blog. Corey has been doing a lot of profiles. Fresh off the presses we have: Noopept – A systematic review Unifiram – A systematic review Nefiracetam – A systematic review Coluracetam – A systematic review We’ve also been interacting with number of new companies. We’ve added on a new agreement with ModUp.net to replace our previous relationship with BTCNootropics which appears to be having issues. Please check out the new content and let us know what you think!

 

Energizing Benefits of Phenylpiracetam

(This post is from our friend Joseph Carducci over at NootropicNexus.com) Although it is one of the lesser known Nootropics, Phenylpiracetam is one of the more exciting variations currently available. It is actually a chemically altered variation of Piracetam, the original Nootropic. The developers added a phenyl molecule group to the Piracetam compound and this is primarily responsible for the additional benefits. The supplement is also easily able to cross the blood-brain barrier and does produce an overall stimulating effect on the central nervous system. Looking To Buy PhenylPiracetam? USA and Worldwide: Nootropics Depot (Powder | Capsules)  European Union and United Kingdom: Intellimeds
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How Come Nootropics Take Time To Work in Some People?

Kal from PeakNootropics.com sends in this guest report: It is an odd scenario. Your friend had ordered some piracetam and upon trying it, claimed it gave him a great cognitive boost. He said that within an hour, he had felt the effects of stronger sensory perception, and enhanced mental capacity. After learning this, you decide you want to try piracetam and order from the same source as your friend. After taking it for several days of taking piracetam you feel no effects and decide to give up. This is a common problem and this article is intended to answer some
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Thoughts on the Vinpocetine Safety Controversy

There’s been a controversy around the safety and efficacy of Vinpocetine. This controversy seems to have originated at Longecity with this thread entitled “Vinpocetine – Ditch It”: http://www.longecity.org/forum/topic/23457-vinpocetine-ditch-it/   Wikipedia, however, on their Vinpocetine article states that “Vinpocetine is generally tolerated well and without many cases of adverse reaction reported.” – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vinpocetine   The debate has raged on reddit as well, with people taking different sides of the argument. Some take Longecity’s side, and others take the stance that it’s generally safe. I intend to look at both sides of the argument in this article.   Longecity’s Studies Longecity’s studies
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Nootropics Experience Reports

We’re all trying to get the most accurate information about nootropics. The primary and best information about nootropics is clearly off of published medical studies like pubmed. However there’s a lot of personal and anecdotal research done by people in this subreddit and community, and although it’s clearly much less rigorous than a peer-reviewed clinical study, sometimes its the only information we have on newer substances, etc. One of the things I always really enjoyed about erowid was the experience reports section for different compounds. I’ve added a section to all Nootropics pages for anecdotal/experience reports on SN. I’d love
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Bromantane (Ladasten) From AwakeBrain.com

I was reading about Bromantane recently and it sounded like an interesting drug. It is purported to have stimulant qualities as well as anxiolytic qualities. It’s available primarily in Russia. According to Wikipedia, it has low abuse potential and an absence of addictive qualities. Reports on Longecity seem to indicate mild to moderate success. I ordered some from AwakeBrain.com, whose site isn’t modern or sleek but was the only one selling it. It was also very expensive ($65 for 25 tablets), but these are pharmaceutical grade products from Russia. Shipping was quick. The bromantane arrived within 3 days of me
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Piracet.am Free Sample Review (Fapiram)

In late March, a user on reddit called SophieK7 posted a link to /r/nootropics titled 100 Free Piracetam Tablets for Redditors at Piracet.am. The website, Piracet.am seems to have been set up very recently and that this is a new company. I put in my order for the tablets to see what the deal was. Almost a month later my box has arrived. Interesting pieces to note: The customs declaration was… creative. I won’t post it here. It shipped from Delhi, India, and took about 3 weeks Fapiram is not a product that seems to show up in any google search
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Nootropics In Your Food

Editor’s Note: Our good friend Jillian Carnrick over at The Dancing Herbalist wrote this awesome post for us. Nootropic Effects From Your Food! At this point you probably have heard a lot of talk about nootropic chemicals and how they can affect your body to give you a boost both mentally and physically. My question to you what is causing us to need this boost in the first place? As humans have evolved, wouldn’t we have evolved with these chemicals in our daily life to use them? Well, we did! Many of these chemicals are also available in foods and plants
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Advertising (What’s With The Banners)

What? Smarter Nootropics has been discussing whether or not to include or promote banners on the website. We’ve done a lot of research into it, and it’s been on our radar. I want to be entirely transparent with the community and readership (you) about what goes on here at Smarter Nootropics. I have no wish to push things down anyone’s throat, or attempt to deceive them for money. Here’s the pro and con list we put together regarding this decision: Downsides? Putting banners on the site could potentially make us look less professional It could cause us to look like
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Which Nootropics Cure Hangovers?

After New Year’s Eve, and in the light spirit of the holidays I decided to investigate what Nootropics, if any, can be applied to help hangovers. I’ve done a little bit of research for fun, and come up with some interesting conclusions. This should not be taken as serious science, as it is mostly an interesting hypothesis, and related to the relevant literature and anecdotal evidence I can find. It is in no way a recommendation to take these if you are suffering from a hangover, nor should it be construed as medical advice or anything other than what it
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DMAA Disappears From The Market

I know that a lot of you aren’t particularly interested in DMAA, nor do a lot of people consider it a Nootropic, but for the rest of you, DMAA has disappeared from the marketplace. I wasn’t paying very close attention to this compound, so it’s actually been a few months since its disappearance. DMAA, also known as Methylhexanamine or Geranamine, has come under scrutiny due to an incident in which two U.S. soldiers who died when they collapsed during physical training using the drug. These deaths happened in February, 2012. Due to this incident, the military began investigating the compound,
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How To Determine Which Nootropics Cause Negative Side Effects

I’d like to thank the user javastripped on reddit for coming up with this excellent way to track down negative side effects with any given stack of nootropics. Javastripped posted this self-post on reddit (Reddit) with an easier way to track down which supplements could be causing negative side effects. I spoke with him and asked him if he’d mind me doing a writeup of his method for SmarterNootropics and he told me to go right ahead. The typical method that people use for tracking down negative side effects would be to take one day off for each supplement they’re
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Smarter Nootropics Mentioned By Rolling Stone Australia Writer

I was looking through the traffic statistics for SmarterNootropics the other day when I noticed a large number of users coming from http://www.andrewmcmillen.com When I took a look at the website, the reason became immediately clear – Andrew McMillen is a freelance journalist who did a piece on Nootropics for Rolling Stone Australia, and at the bottom of his post on his site he included the following: “To read more on nootropics, I recommend that you continue your research at Smarter Nootropics. Good luck!” I read Andrew’s article, which is pretty good for mainstream coverage of Nootropics, talked with him over
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Issues with Forum Fixed

I need to apologize. I launched a forum on the site around the end of September and it quickly became overrun with spambots. I attempted a few different ways of combatting them and they did not work. We also had a pretty major server crash which corrupted some od the database tables associated with the forum. I received an email this morning from a reader named David about the forum not working. I spent a few hours today working on the forum and I believe I have just about everything fixed and working again along with a new captcha system
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Statins and Memory Loss

I visited my uncle today. He’s just turned 70 and was asking me what kind of work I’m doing. I told him about Smarter Nootropics, and let him know that I was working on a website about cognitive enhancement and “smart drugs”. He asked me for some advice because he told me that he was having difficulty concentrating, difficulty remembering things, and that he felt kind of foggy. He then showed me the fish oil he was taking and the vitamins. I asked him what else he was taking, and he told me that his doctor had him taking Statins
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Doxiderol Review

When Roger Gelfand, CEO of Mentis Labs first contacted me about their Nootropic product Doxiderol, I was very interested and flattered. It was some exciting proof that www.smarternootropics.com is starting to reach a good audience, and that we’re beginning to establish ourselves as a authoritative voice on the Nootropics field. Roger and I talked, and he asked if I wouldn’t mind taking a look at the ingredients in Doxiderol, and he even sent over some samples for me to try out myself. Let’s cover the ingredients and review some of the science behind Doxiderol, before I give you my personal
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Fish Oil may boost short-term memory in young adults

I read the following in my local newspaper this morning. (The Morning Call). Since I cannot find the article online, I’m reposting it here. Health News Study: Fish oil can aid memory recall-An omega-3 fatty acid found in fish oil may boost short-term memory in young adults, a small study shows. An omega-3 fatty acid plentiful in fish oil boots the ability of healthy young adults, whose brains are already at their peak levels of speed and performance, to hold several items in memory for a short time, a small study has found. The latest research add to evidence of
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Advice On Picking Your First Stack

Advice On Picking Your First Stack   Probably the single most frequently asked question I get is “I’m new to Nootropics, can you take a look at my stack and give me some advice?” I’m of course more than happy to help people pick their first stacks, and also more than happy to give advanced people advice on how they can tweak their stacks for optimum effectiveness. I do see a lot of people who are starting off with Nootropics asking pretty similar stacks, so I figured it may be a useful primer to help people decide on what to
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Why Smart People Are Stupid

According to a New Yorker story, (http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/frontal-cortex/2012/06/daniel-kahneman-bias-studies.html) it’s been shown that smart people are more susceptible to Cognitive Bias. Our brains work in an interesting way in that we tend to make mental shortcuts to figure things out, instead of always figuring things out the long way. An easy example of this is mental math that we all (hopefully) were taught in elementary school. A lot of the data processing we do on a day to day basis is done by remembering and recognizing patterns, and spitting out an automatic answer. This is evolutionarily an advantage because, even though it
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CerebralHealth Passes FDA Inspection

Good news for anyone interested in ordering nootropics. One of the major Nootropics distributors, CerebralHealth, recently passed their FDA inspection with flying colors. I previously reported about CerebralHealth, when they had some regulatory issues with the FDA. I received a comment this morning that turned into a short e-mail conversation with Douglas Phillips (Director of R&D at Cerebral Health), where he informed me that CH recently went through their second FDA inspection with zero violations. So, this is good news. It’s hard enough finding good providers of Nootropics, and the regulatory pressures that they are under are massive. It’s a
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DEA Busts Online Drug Vendors

Here at SmarterNootropics, we do our best to encourage readers to avoid purchasing illicit substances whether online or not. On drugs that are controlled in the U.S. (Modafinil, Adderall, Vyvanse), we have put notices and encouraged people not to take these drugs without consulting their healthcare professional and getting a prescription and obtaining it legally. Ordering Modafinil or other scheduled drugs from online “pharmacies” or even more underground sources illegally is incredibly dangerous not only because the quality is non-determinable, but also because it is illegal and there are serious consequences. If you’re considering a narcotic prescription, please discuss with
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Using Nootropics To Study

Final Exam week. Eighteen page research paper. It’s Friday, and everything starts on Monday. You’ve got two days to study all of the material that’s been covered in all of your classes for the last six months. One of your friends offers you some of his Adderall, do you take it? Adderall and Ritalin are everywhere on college campuses. People take it to give themselves an edge in studying. These are high-powered stimulant drugs. Adderall is chemically very similar to Methamphetamine (simply the addition of a methyl group). Jack Kerouac wrote “On The Road” in two weeks while taking Benzedrine,
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Are L-Theanine and Caffeine Synergistic?

  ## Edit 2013-10-21## – We have been informed that Natural Stacks have developed a caffeine plus theanine formula. Each capsule contains 100mg caffeine and a generous 200mg theanine.  Check the product out here – your purchase supports Smarter Nootropics I’ve noticed recently there has been a lot of interest on reddit.com’s /r/nootropics board and Longecity’s nootropics forum about the combination of L-Theanine and Caffeine. L-Theanine has been considered a nootropic for awhile, and Caffeine is pretty much the nootropic that most people use in their daily life. After seeing a number of posts on the topic of combining L-Theanine with Caffeine,
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SmarterNootropics Around The Web

We’ve been building up pages for SmarterNootropics to help get the word out. You can check out our pages here: Facebook: Facebook Twitter: Twitter hellotxt: hellotxt LinkedIn: LinkedIn

 

The Future Of Cognition

I met a fellow on the reddit nootropics board who writes for the Bi-co news of Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges. He wrote an article on nootropics and, more specifically about the impact that he sees nootropics having in the future. His conclusions about the possible effects of these chemicals are pretty much spot on, I think. In terms of predictions about the impact of intelligence increase on a global scale are certainly something to think about. I contacted him about the article and he politely allowed me to repost it. You can read the article in its entirety here:
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Cephalon Discontinues Olmifon (Adrafinil)

About a month ago, a number of distributors and online retailers of Adrafinil abruptly stopped stocking and selling Adrafinil. There was little information to be had other than the fact that all online retailers stocking Adrafinil were now stocking “SOLD OUT” signs. I looked into this and contacted a number of retailers. I asked specifically what information they had about the discontinuation. Nubrain responded with a simple email reply of “no more info”. Butch at AwakeBrain wrote back with more information “Very little info anywhere. Cephalon was bought out and as part of their consolidation stopped production of Olmifon with
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Cerebral Health In Trouble With The FDA?

I was reading through the current Nootropic news on reddit today and came across a letter from the FDA to CerebralHealth specifically stating that their products were not being processed in a way that is compliant with current FDA standards. The text of the complaint is here: http://www.fda.gov/ICECI/EnforcementActions/WarningLetters/ucm257770.htm The gist of the complaints that the FDA levvies against Cerebral Health are the following: Failed to provide a master manufacturing record for each batch Failed to establish product specifications for identity, purity, strength, and composition of finished batches Failed to conduct any tests about the identity of products sourced Failed to
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3 Nootropics Everyone Should Know About

1. Piracetam – Piracetam is probably one of the best-known nootropics within the nootropic community, however, if you’re new to the scene, you may never have heard about it. Piracetam is one of the oldest nootropics available, and has formed an entire family of other nootropic drugs with similar methods of actions. This family is called the “Racetam” family and consists of a dozen or so other chemicals. Piracetam has been proven non-toxic and shown to effectively increase cognition in mentally healthy individuals. For a detailed history and information about Piracetam, check out the Piracetam page. 2. CDPCholine – Acetylcholine is
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