Phenylpiracetam is derived from its parent compound Piracetam but with the addition of a Phenyl ring thus making it easier to cross the blood-brain barrier. It is believed to be 30-60 times more potent than Piracetam and was created in the early 1980s in Russia where it is still used as a prescription medication. It is regarded as a stimulant and has been documented as having the potential to improve athletic performance due to increased Noradrenaline levels.
It is considered to help improve brain injuries and reduces amnesia. Moreover, it has a low potential for abuse and is unregulated in the United States. An interesting effect of this drug is that it increases a person's ability to handle extreme temperatures.
|Choline Bitartrate is a choline combined with a chemical salt (such as tartaric acid) to increase absorption. This supplement, when taken with the FDA daily recommendations, protects the brain against memory impairment. It can be seen as a building block choline supplement providing raw nutrients for choline, other sources of choline traverse the blood-brain barrier much more easily, providing greater nootropic benefits. If a greater intellectual edge should be achieved, you may opt to choose the more potent Choline variations available.|
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The most notable side effect of Phenylpiracetam is headaches. However, it can be easily eliminated with the addition of Choline.
Choline Bitartrate is generally safe and well-tolerated however, occasional reports include stomach pain, diarrhea and vomitting.
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