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  • Submitted: Jul 07 2016 09:21 PM
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noopept choline bitrate

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What do you think are the best combination or single ingredients for the most noticeable effects for the lowest money? I think this topic will help everybody new with low budged in the world of Nootropics. Noopept and Choline bitrate are a good start for this stack what do you think? What do you think we can add to this stack to make it better? Let's say the purpose of the stack is not to use it every day, but before a speech or before a test or date..

Ingredient Dosage Frequency Administration
Noopept 20 mg every other day No instructions provided.
Choline Bitrate 500 mg every other day No instructions provided.


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Adam Karlovsky
Jul 14 2016 11:58 PM

Choline Bitartrate seems to only be useful for curing a choline deficiency. It doesn't have any nootropic effects by it's self. Meanwhile, noopept is the racemic-like compound with, probably, the least amount of evidence (in English) as far as I'm aware.

If you're wanting legal acute effects, that really limits things, but I guess I'd go: caffeine, l-theanine, rhodiola, l-tyrosine and a [2-6]mg nicotine patch.

 

If you're happy to pay a bit, and just use occasionally, I'd add: oxiracetam, cdp-choline. Neither is 'cheap' but better than the noopept/bitartrate combo.

If you're just wanting things that *work* then: micro-lsd, selegiline, adderall xr, and a [2-6]mg nicotine patch.

The cheap supplements that work for me are a quarter of a Berocca tablet (effervescent) and creatine. Sublingual methylcobalamin works nicely as well. The methylcobalamin sublinguals are usually so strong that a half or a quarter of a tablet is enough. Nicotine patch works as well although I'm not sure you want to go that route.

 

What I think is critical is eating healthily. Eating foods with high amounts of vitamins, micronutrients and phytonutrients really makes the most difference for me as far as cognitive functions are concerned: Broccoli, spinach, bell pepper, olive oil, mushrooms, beets, bilberries, almonds, chickpeas, fish eggs...