Nootropics: Smart Drugs
Drugging your brains out just to have fun is now passe. World is expecting more and more from us, so why not switching to something less narcotic and way more productive? I’ll tell you why. Either you drug yourself to go crazy or to kick butts at your office or school, it’s dumb anyway. Still, nootropics are a fascinating new craze, so let’s find out more about them.
Nootropic is a smart drug that is used to boost cognitive functions, intelligence, and attention. Piracetam was the substance that created the term Nootropic or smart drug. Nootropics are characterized by being non-toxic, non-dangerous and non-addictive (ha-ha-ha).
They can be broken down to three substances:
Piracetam: chemical name – 2-oxo-1-pyrrolidine, was the first Nootropic or smart drug introduced to society. Piracetam is known for its use to enhance, elevate, and stimulate the functions of the (ACh) Acetylcholine receptors implicated in memory processes and developments. This nootropic supplement has been clinically tested and proven to treat patients with neurodegenerative disorders and diseases and disorders linked to the (CNS) central nervous system. And that’s totally fine, it’s a drug, it should cure people. But ordering it illegaly from some website? Are you sure you’ll get the same thing?
Aniracetam, chemical name 1-[(4-methoxybenzoyl)]- 2-pyrrolidinone, is said to improve memory recall, increase intellectual clarity, improve immune function, and generate feelings of health and well-being. Aniracetam is considerably more potent than piracetam. This nootropic is lipid-soluble and has possible cognition-enhancing effects. That’s right, possible effects.
Pramiracetam, chemical name N-[2-(diisopropylamino)ethyl]-2-(2-oxopyrrolidin-1-yl)acetamide, has been shown through studies to help increase long term memory functionality, as well as produce lasting benefits. Pramiracetam is one of the strongest Nootropics in the Racetam family, and is a lipid-soluble chemical similar to Aniracetam.
OK, let’s say there are absolutely no side effects to any of those drugs. However, if you want to start popping those pills and you’re healthy, you will have to order them online. No doctor’s appointment, no tests run before setting a dose. How do you know your body will react to them? How long can you continue the ‘treatment’ before you can’t function normally without them?
There is just one problem with any superdrug: nothing will stay the same without it. In nootropic case, you will always want to stay smart and sharp. Guess what: you won’t! Once a drug passes through your system, the effects are pretty much gone. That’s really frustrating, isn’t it?