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> Good versatile nootropic stack, this stack has been found to offset fatigue, improve reading, logical
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post Sep 12, 2012, 09:32 PM
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I have found the following stack to be good for a wide range of activities. It is good for getting up in the morning (takes ~45m to kick in), to increase focus, motivation, sociability, physical energy, and offset sleep loss. however, it is not cheap.

While this stack may seem simple, it took a lot of money, research, and testing to identify it. Plus simple means I don't have to carry around a bunch of supplement pill bottles 8D
  • 25-75mg pramiracetam
  • 50mg phenylpiracetam
  • 200mg caffeine
(with redoses of 75mg pramiracetam to combat mental slowness and 200mg caffeine to combat lowered energy levels)


notes: yes, caffeine technically is not a nootropic, but it is an important part of this stack. and phenylpiracetam is not the same thing as piracetam, it is more expensive and harder to get. you may find adding choline useful too, I never found a need for it though.

This is good for heavy and light duty days. But I have found mixing with other racetams and/or adding too much pram has been found to cause brain fog (when it is hard to focus and be motivated).

I know there are a jillion posts on stacks out there, but nobody seems to have this one. Anyone else try this, or any thoughts/suggestions?
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