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Tutorial:Tracking Mental Improvements due to Nootropics

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    There are countless studies on the efficacy of nootropics, and racetams in particular, but there is an individualist element missing from all of these
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    Zen Pit

    Smart Drugs for Thought has a great deal of information concerning a wide variety of nootropics, as well as a downloadable PDF concerning the mechanisms of action for Aniracetam, Piracetam, Pramiracetam and Oxiracetam. SDfT is running a 10% discount off all orders using the coupon code sdft-facebook at their website https://www.smartdrugsforthought.com/ they also have several third party CoA’s available on their Racetam and Adrafinil products.


    @Peter, in regard to the missing individualist element I’ve tried Alpha Brain and experience moderate results. Not enough to continue using it. And I’m in the middle of experimenting with truBrain (the drink form). I wrote up my experience on http://brainperformancereviews.com/ and will be writing up my truBrain results shortly. (my site has affiliate links, just disclose in case that’s not kosher)


    This is a good thing to track your mental capabilities through these online tools. I think these types of tools are the best to tell you our mental abilities in a very precise manner. These tools are also good to tell whether or not the neuroenhancers are right for you to continue. Good article.

    Chelsea Knutsen – HR at phenylpiracetam

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