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Cachoches
post Apr 01, 2013, 01:01 PM
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Hello, first sorry for my bad english, i use the google translator to try to explain my question, is this:


I understand that nootropics are focused more to have more memory and better brain state physically, I wanted to know if there are certain nootropics what for improved manual dexterity,? ie for instance my case, since childhood was the worst by far in drawing classes and pre-technology (crafts), terrible driver......

My question is this, Nootropics can help have greater manual dexterity?

if the answer if yes ( i hope), that nootropics can help me for a better manual dexterity?


thanks in advance


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post Apr 01, 2013, 01:29 PM
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Yes it helps to improve manual dexterity.. the enhancer supplements contains nootropic compounds from the ‘Racetam’ family, which increase the firing of many neurotransmitters, enhancing focus and awareness...
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post Apr 01, 2013, 02:10 PM
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Yes it helps to improve manual dexterity.. the enhancer supplements contains nootropic compounds from the ‘Racetam’ family, which increase the firing of many neurotransmitters, enhancing focus and awareness...



Many thanks Sir, you can tell me a example of good racetam or stack for manual dexterity, a little orientation-.
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post Apr 04, 2013, 07:06 PM
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QUOTE(Cachoches @ Apr 01, 2013, 05:10 PM) *

QUOTE(matthewebbert @ Apr 01, 2013, 01:29 PM) *

Yes it helps to improve manual dexterity.. the enhancer supplements contains nootropic compounds from the ‘Racetam’ family, which increase the firing of many neurotransmitters, enhancing focus and awareness...



Many thanks Sir, you can tell me a example of good racetam or stack for manual dexterity, a little orientation-.


A good Racetam stack for manual dexterity would perhaps be,

Aniracetam
L-Theanine
Centrophenoxine
Oxiracetam

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post Apr 05, 2013, 01:42 PM
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I much prefer oxiracetam. More potent and flavorless.
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many thanks for the info Sirs. i have now a starting point to start learning.


PD: more info is welcome wink.gif
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post Apr 27, 2013, 12:08 PM
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You could check out SDFT's Research Page and their What Is pages for information regarding Racetams and a few other nootropics. Definitely look into the Oxiracetam and read about it, also on the Research page there is a downloadable PDF that contains information about a lot of the Racetams, and is fairly indepth and descriptive about various aspects.
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post May 01, 2013, 10:56 AM
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Many thanks Sir, you can tell me a example of good racetam or stack for manual dexterity, a little orientation-.

one more i found known as OverClock Nootropic Formula.. dont know much about it but i gone through some review and found that its a nice nootropic..
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thanks again Gents
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QUOTE(matthewebbert @ May 01, 2013, 01:56 PM) *

Many thanks Sir, you can tell me a example of good racetam or stack for manual dexterity, a little orientation-.

one more i found known as OverClock Nootropic Formula.. dont know much about it but i gone through some review and found that its a nice nootropic..



I would go with Neuro Surge - Oxiracetam, Aniracetam, and Alpha-GPC for a starter manual dexterity stack that also will give you a great deal of cognitive and mental stimulation.

I haven't gotten to see OverClock yet, checking it out now. . . . .

Their main website didn't really go into deep detail concerning what all was in it past Alpha-GPC and Gotu Kola. Which generally makes me feel that it is a pretty steep price especially compared to the price of Neuro Spark Alpha GPC ($19 vs OverClock's $35) which would mean you could probably snag some Alpha GPC and Oxiracetam for about the same price and get more of what you were looking for. Especially considering that Oxiracetam is well known for its ability to help increase dexterity/locomotor activities.
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Thank you for the info 5hadow12ogue..
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No problem let me know how it goes with your nootropic stack and what all you chose to implement. :3
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post May 27, 2013, 12:39 PM
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yes, i found in some recent studies, it is an awesome supplement which enhances the brain power as well as to treat ADD disorders.
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yes, i found in some recent studies, it is an awesome supplement which enhances the brain power as well as to treat ADD disorders.



Yea Oxiracetam has some very awesome benefits. I saw one study done on mice that were pregnant, and the pup mice whose mothers had been administered Oxiracetam showed more curiosity and learned faster which meant that Oxiracetam. I thought was pretty interesting information.
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