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How to use Piracetam

Posted by MrGamma 
How to use Piracetam
April 30, 2016 09:42AM
Looking for a way to improve your mental fitness in significant ways? Piracetam has been around for decades, in use in hospitals around the world, at health bars and it is now making it's way into the life extension and energy drink markets. It truly is a miraculous substance. But wait, what's the catch, right? This stuff when used without paying attention to proper nutrition will do you no good what so ever.

The truth? You need to supplement with choline alongside piracetam, and here's why.

Piracetam is an acetylcholine accelerator, which is the core neurotransmitter in our brains. When we eat fatty foods high in choline, the choline crosses our blood brain barrier and is deposited as a fat store ready to be converted into acetylcholine. That's the short of it. When we take piracetam, we get a mental boost, thus our brains use more fuel and that fuel is choline. The truth is, if we take piracetam alone without choline, over time, our accelerated brains will get "skinny" and use up all the choline fat in our brains, thus cannibalizing itself. Skinny is good, it's fit, but if you start to hit the wall, now you know why.

Trubrain is a popular longevity capsule product backed by several PHDs, and choline is compounded alongside piracetam.


I am not backing this product nor have I ever tried it, I am simply pointing you to authoritative resources should you be interested in products that can boost your mind and give you a few extra tingles. smiling smiley smiling smiley smiling smiley

Another thing to consider when taking piractem and choline is the keto diet and liposomal vitamin C for optimal energy. Happy tingling!
Re: How to use Piracetam
May 03, 2016 06:26AM
Contradictions / Synergistic Properties.



It is thus suggested that action occurs on nonspecific sites and has the effect of increasing overall neuroleptic bioavailability.

Piracetam tends to do this with alot of things, so be careful to adjust your diet and abstain from other questionable drugs, especially neuroleptics.



At a neuronal level, piracetam modulates neurotransmission in a range of transmitter systems (including cholinergic and glutamatergic), has neuroprotective and anticonvulsant properties, and improves neuroplasticity.

It has been said that use of this drug while taking MDMA, can effectively protect the brain from sketching out and damaging itself, however that is hearsay, so be careful, especially since MDMA is typically rare. It is known by this author that taking piracetam while consuming alcohol is a bad idea, so avoid that combo as well.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/03/2016 06:39AM by MrGamma.
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