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  • Submitted: Nov 03 2016 03:13 PM
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GetSmart

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aniracetam centrophenoxine cdp choline gastrodin oxiracetam idebenone noopept vinpocetine galantamine huperzine a

Description

My son is 8 years old and has autism. His functioning level is rather good, but his speech and cognition is not at par with the peers. His focus is a big issue and the aide at school is constantly redirecting him to the task. We consulted a neurologist and he suggested trying out Namenda. If I know correctly, Namenda falls under smart drugs category.

Before trying out Namenda, I was thinking of using this stack. There is a preparation called as Get Smart by smart-nutrition. I am very new to nootropics so little hesitant before giving a try. What do you guys think about this?

Many thanks in advance.

Ingredient Dosage Frequency Administration
Aniracetam 782 mg Daily No instructions provided.
Centrophenoxine 366 mg Daily No instructions provided.
CDP Choline 200 mg Daily No instructions provided.
Gastrodin 150 mg Daily No instructions provided.
Oxiracetam 40 mg Daily No instructions provided.
Idebenone 24 mg Daily No instructions provided.
Noopept 12 mg Daily No instructions provided.
Vinpocetine 4 mg Daily No instructions provided.
Galantamine 400 µg Daily No instructions provided.
Huperzine A 200 µg Daily No instructions provided.


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Adam Karlovsky
Nov 17 2016 04:13 AM

Just so you know, Namenda (memantine) is absolutely nothing like any of the compounds in that stack. Whether it's a smart drug is contended, but it definitely has some interesting effects that are useful in various particular medical contexts. 

Nothing bad in that stack, though I personally wouldn't pair Galantamine and Huperzine together, that's a pretty low dose of Galantamine paired with a standard dose of Huperzine. I do think Vinpocetine is worthless, and that's a pointlessly low amount of Oxiracetam, but Aniracetam and Gastrodin might help with anxiety, and it seems anyone can benefit from Noopept and CDP-choline. I'd say give it a go and see.

 

So yeah, nothing wrong with Get Smart, just don't think of it as a replacement for Namenda.