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- Pure Powder 99%
- Supports overall memory
- Mood support
- Improves Sleep
- Suggested use: 750mg-1500mg
Like all racetams, it is recommended to take Aniracetam with a choline source due to it being cholinergic. Examples of choline sources are Alpha-GPC and citicoline.
Aniracetam is fat-soluble, meaning it should be taken with some type of fat for better absorption. The half-life of Aniracetam is 1 to 2.5 hours; therefore, it should ideally be taken in smaller doses throughout the day. Taken orally, the majority of clinical trials use a range of 1,000 to 1,500 mg daily, with 1,500 mg being the maximum for those with cognitive impairment.
Aniracetam is a popular cognitive enhancer (nootropic) used to enhance cognitive function. Research suggests it can also help with dementia, anxiety, and depression. It was developed in the 1970s by the Swiss pharmaceutical company Hoffmann-La Roche. Aniracetam is racetam, like Piracetam and Oxiracetam. They all have similar core structure and similar effects on the brain.
- May Improve Sleep
- May Improve Anxiety and Depression
- Improves Memory, increases Focus
- Helps with Brain Damage Recovery
In a study on the brain cells of young mice, Aniracetam enhanced the growth of neurons. This indicates Aniracetam may have the potential for brain tissue repair after a traumatic brain injury that damages neural connections.
“Aniracetam seems to increase my verbal memory (words come to mind easier), and reduce my normal morning anxiety.”
“They really boosted my focus after a week or two. It sorta feels like it creates new pathways in your brain, but takes a while to see results.”
“The way to describe it is relaxed yet highly focused. There isn’t an edge to it if I stick with 750 mg per day. More than that and the focus becomes a little edgy. It helps me concentrate at work and makes me feel cool and confident.”