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post Jun 13, 2013, 07:09 PM
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Ok, so after some brief background research I have decided to order Alcar, Piracetam, Choline Bitartrate, and Sulbutiamine. I think the plan will be to take the Piracetam and Choline together first before adding the Alcar and Sulbutiamine.

It seems there is much debate regarding how well choline by itself is able to cross the blood-brain barrier, thus the combination with piracetam- which, along with Alcar and Sulbutiamine seem to have no issues with crossing the BBB.

It looks like what we are all trying to get at is the production (??) or cultivation of the neurotransmitter Acetylcholine. Many sites will say that choline is an important "component" or "precursor" for Ach and that Piracetam "supports" Ach. Does anyone know if they aid the the actual creation/production of Ach?

I have a few things to help me establish some good baseline scores for me to track my progress- if anyone has any tests or online exams or anything that may also help, I would love to hear. Also, if there are any suggestions I am open to trying different approaches.

Look forward to sharing more!
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