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> Aniracetam for brain injury.. What else?
post Apr 27, 2016, 08:28 PM
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Hi I have a hypoxic brain injury (caused by lack of oxygen). It affects my coordination (my walking) and speech. I've been doing all types of smart drugs since 1992 on and off as I don't want to build a dependence or a tolerance.. I don't want to go into it but ive tried every smart drug known to man over the past 20 years or so..

I am now doing a course in Aniracetam that is working well for me, I am walking better and thinking clearer.. I take about 1/8 of a teaspoon 2 or 3 times a day.. My question relates to huperzine-A.. Ive read that its great for what I need it for.. How about the combination of Huperzine and Aniracatam, maybe with a bit of Alcar as well.. Do you think that's a good stack?

Thanks Natasha

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