Piracetam May Not Be a Wonder Drug

As someone who has spent a lot of time in the nootropics industry and used it personally for all of my businesses (including Cyberspace Solutions), I think I have some credibility in speaking on the subject. For the most part, nootropics and smart drugs are great opportunities to improve our health and have a much better perspective on the things that we are attempting to create in life. For the most part, people are able to use smart drugs in order to have a greater impact on the world and hopefully produce better results.

The issue is that sometimes the drugs we think are the best aren’t really the case. When it comes to a drug like piracetam, this is true for me. As a person who is not very sensitive, piracetam is a very slow acting and subtle nootropic drug. Even though you read more about piracetam here, you are going to find that there are some significant issues with the drug.

  1. Dosage – the biggest problem I have is that you need so much of it compared to other racetams in this line of drugs. There are others in the family, such as aniracetam, which are very powerful and have a big impact on your memory formation. For the most part, this is not an issue of safety, just of convenience.
  2. Concentration – memory is great and I’ll try to enhance it as much as the next guy, but what I really am looking for is some type of concentration boost. Adderall is not the safe option that you might consider it to be so avoid this at all costs. There are some alternatives, but piracetam is definitely not one of them.

These are really the only two things that come up with discussing the topic of piracetam. There are plenty of other nootropics that you can use in order to improve your brain health but piracetam is a safe option that you can keep coming back for. It isn’t the next Limitless pill, but it is something that will make a difference.

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