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Aniracetam vs Fasoracetam

Aniracetam vs Fasoracetam Comparison, Similarities & Differences


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Aniracetam is a nootropic supplement under the racetam class that is regarded as being significantly more powerful than Piracetam. In addition to the cognitive enhancement it provides, it also acts as an anxiolytic and improves mood, memory and focus. This is likely achieved through its effects on the D2 dopamine receptors, acetylcholine receptors, and 5-HT2A receptors. However, it is still under investigational usage for treating various neurodegenerative disorders. It also has an effect on the AMPA receptor and is a drug that is thought to offer benefits for individuals with neurodegenerative disorders. Throughout European countries, it can be obtained as a prescription drug, but has never received any approval by the FDA for usage in the U.S. Aniracetam is fat soluble.

Fasoracetam belongs to the racetam family with antidepressant and anxiolytic abilities. It was developed by Nippon Shinyaku primarily as a treatment for Alzheimer's disease. Fasoracetam works on three different types of receptors in tandem: the cholinergic, GABA, and glutamate, all of which are associated with memory formation and retention. With Fasoracetam use, there would be increased motivation and focus, improved mental clarity relieves depression and anxiety, and enhances learning.


1-p-anisoyl-2-pyrrilidinone, Ro 13-5057, CAS 72432-10-1, 14-methoxybenzoyl-2-pyrrolidinone, Draganon, Sarpul, Ampamet, Memodrin, Referan

NS-105, LAM-105, 5-Oxo-D-prolinepiperidinamide monohydrate, NFC-1


1,500 mg/day broken into doses of two or as needed.

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10 - 50mg

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Side Effects

The most notable side effect of Aniracetam is headaches.

There have been no reported side effects yet related with Fasoracetam use.


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Evidence-Based Effects

  • Anxiety - Decreased
  • Cognition - Increased
  • Depression - Decreased
  • Memory - Increased

  • Cognition - Increased


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