Acetyl-L-carnitine is an amino acid naturally produced in the body that helps produce energy. It is important for heart and brain function, muscle movement, and many other body processes.
Creatine is involved in making the energy muscles need to work.It is most commonly used for improving exercise performance and increasing muscle mass in athletes and older adults. There is some science supporting the use of creatine in improving the athletic performance of young, healthy people during brief high-intensity activity such as sprinting.
The use of whey protein as a source of amino acids and its effect on reducing the risks of diseases such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes has been the focus of ongoing research as of 2007. Whey is an abundant source of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), which are used to stimulate protein synthesis. When leucine is ingested in high amounts, such as with whey protein supplementation, there is greater stimulation of protein synthesis, which may speed recovery and adaptation to stress (exercise). As with other forms of protein, consumption of whey protein shortly after vigorous exercise can boost muscle hypertrophy.
Vinpocetine acts by increasing cerebral blood flow and brain-cell energy through its effect on the production of ATP (the cellular energy molecule) required for heavy work. Dosage of 10mg is taken 3x daily.
Sulbutiamine is one of the most motivating nootropics owing to its ability to affect Dopamine levels in the brain. However, this should only be taken only if needed and not every day since tolerance to this drug can quickly develop.
With Noopept, users generally experience its cognitive boost in just a matter of minutes after its ingestion due to its ability to cross the Blood-Brain Barrier more easily. This includes improved clarity, better memory and focus. Aside from the cognitive enhancement it provides, useres generally has a peace of mind, less irritable and resists fatigue more efficiently due to its anxiolytic properties.
Phenylpiracetam is essentially Piracetam with a phenyl group attached to it. This new structure in turn, increases the drug's potency by allowing its molecules to pass the blood-brain barrier more easily. Although the exact mechanism of Phenylpiracetam is not fully understood, its boosting effects can be attributed to its close resemblance of phenylethylamine, an organic compound known for its stimulatory effects. The added structure of the phenyl group then increases the affinity of Norepinephrine and Dopamine- the neurotransmitters responsible for vigilant concentration, cognitive alertness and motor control. It also raises Noradrenaline levels in the brain thus enhancing physical performance as well.
Pramiracetam is a synthetic derivative of Piracetam and is estimated to be 30 times more potent. It optimizes over all brain function, improving memory, learning capacity, focus, and even sensory perception. Pramiracetam primarily enhances brain performance through faster and more efficient memory formation and retrieval. Since this drug primarily stimulates the hippocampus- the part of the brain responsible for long-term memories, users could generally observe significant improvement in memory formation and speed of recall. With this, users develop an expanded learning capacity since it makes them learn faster, easier and more enjoyable- as suggested by its neuroplasticity effects. *100mg x 4 times daily.