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5hadow12ogue
post May 03, 2012, 10:15 AM
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So I'm about to start taking Aniracetam, I recieved my bottle just this morning and I have a few questions before I just jump into it. Should I need to increase my choline dosage to accomodate the Aniracetam? I already took a capsule, along with my usual Piracetam dosage Choline Bitartrate and L-Theanine.

I don't think I should need to however I wanted to make sure. I know that Aniracetam has been studied and shown to be a possible item to be used to help ease depression, as it reportedly lowers submissive traits in others. I know that it is a Ampakine, and reacts by stimulating AMPA, and is supposedly stronger than Piracetam (definitely can't wait to see if this is true). Since it's a nootropic I should be able to take it in "mega doses" right?

Sorry for all the questions just curious before I dive head first into it. And any links to nice research documents would be appreciated as well! biggrin.gif
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post Jun 21, 2012, 08:49 PM
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Well turns out I didn't need to increase my choline dosage even though I added Aniracetam to my nootropic stack. I have to say I really enjoy how well it seems to help focus me onto what ever task or endeavour I'm attempting or working on. I've been taking it alongside Piracetam, and the two work very well together. I still feel the creative effects as well as memorization effects from Piracetam, along with the recollection focus and minor energy buzz due to the Aniracetam.

I've been considering adding Kava Kava in at the morning for a little extra momentum for those early hours of work, and taking the L-Theanine mid to late afternoon to help calm me down after a day in the office.

If anyone has any advice or tips on kava Kava feel free to enlighten me.
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post Jul 02, 2012, 05:50 AM
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QUOTE(5hadow12ogue @ Jun 21, 2012, 08:49 PM) *

Well turns out I didn't need to increase my choline dosage even though I added Aniracetam to my nootropic stack. I have to say I really enjoy how well it seems to help focus me onto what ever task or endeavour I'm attempting or working on. I've been taking it alongside Piracetam, and the two work very well together. I still feel the creative effects as well as memorization effects from Piracetam, along with the recollection focus and minor energy buzz due to the Aniracetam.

I've been considering adding Kava Kava in at the morning for a little extra momentum for those early hours of work, and taking the L-Theanine mid to late afternoon to help calm me down after a day in the office.

If anyone has any advice or tips on kava Kava feel free to enlighten me.



Kava kava tends to have a relaxing effect...you may find Rhodiola rosea to be more of benefit during those hours.
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post Jul 18, 2012, 02:17 AM
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Aniracetam is good nootropic cognitive enhancer supplement to improve memory. You can take Aniracetam without any doubts as aniracetam helps to think more clearly and remember more. You should go for it.
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