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taktikz
post Sep 16, 2012, 08:41 PM
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Been taking doses for the past week of about 300mg per capsule once in the morning. Have not been experiencing what some users report as cognitive enhancement.

Have you tried this and is there a certain way to take it?
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post Sep 18, 2012, 07:24 AM
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I was also wondering about this, possibly taken with other racetams or gaba activating substances
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post Sep 25, 2012, 02:49 AM
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Hi Guys,

This is my first post, and most definitely relevant.

Recently delved into the world of Nootropics (this weekend). Reason being is my recall of not only certain words but also something I was going to do merely 5-10 seconds ago was reaching a blank. I can accept the premise that this is due to chemical and physical changes going on, and I was intent to do something about it.

Anyway I kicked off by ordering the following:

1 x Sulbutiamine Powder (10g)
1 x Noopept Powder (1g)
1 x GABA Powder (100g)
1 x Pramiracetam Powder (10g
1 x Oxiracetam Powder (10g)
1 x Aniracetam Powder (30g)

I then used the following guidelines with regards to dosage:

Nootropic Stack
250-750mg Sulbutiamine
500mg-1 gram Choline CDP
250mg Pramiracetam (morning only)
750mg-1.5 grams Aniracetam (morning only)
750mg-1.5 grams Oxiracetam (afternoon only)

My first dose I noticed no changes in any shape or form. I felt slightly spaced out, but that was it.

My second dose yesterday morning, I took with a tablespoon of coconut oil first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. (Reason being is that a few of these are fat soluble). I have to say that I felt quite rough most of the morning. Still no noticeable effects.

I then took some Oxiracetam later afternoon, and had a later than normal night (11:30), which is late for me as I am up at 5:30 to commute to London. This morning however I awoke feeling really good with no fatigue at all, after only approximately 6 hours sleep.

My third dose this morning, I duplicated with the exception of having a protein shake 5 mins before. Again no discernible sensations/effects.

I will report back my findings as I continue.
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post Sep 26, 2012, 11:18 PM
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Been taking doses for the past week of about 300mg per capsule once in the morning. Have not been experiencing what some users report as cognitive enhancement.

Have you tried this and is there a certain way to take it?



Hi iam a new user to Pramiracetam and i have had no effects at all been taking it for a week now this is the dose :
  • 1x milk thistle 175mg per day
  • 1x Multivitamin
  • 1x 2000mg cod liver oil & omega 3 fish oil capsules
  • 1x pramiracetam 500mg capsules
  • 2x choline inositol 500mg

I have you stopped taken Pramiractam and if not have you seen a difference since you last posted ?
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