semi-retarded-individual, on 08 August 2011 - 02:20 AM, said:
Also, why do you pick up a capping machine from Amazon and bust out like 24 capsules at a time instead of scraping away at one little Noopept nugget until it weighs 10mg and then putting it into a single capsule? I imagine in about 25 minutes you could have a 2 month supply capped and ready to go.
Edit: Nevermind, considering the small dosage it would be very difficult to bulk cap. I guess capping individually makes more sense unless you go with MrSpuds method.
LOL. Yeah, it's pretty tedious and probably not a very accurate way of doing it. But considering the consitency of this stuff I'm just not confident that my attempt at evenly distributing such a small dose among a bunch of filler would be any more accurate. At the current rate I can cap about five days worth in 15 minutes or so while I'm listening to books on tape, so it's tolerable.
Yeah, I've taken piracetam. I've tried all the major racetams except prami, and even did a trial of nefiracetam. In comparison to piracetam it's much less of a "centralized" whole body/brain feeling. There's not much of a "feeling" at all actually. So far just clean and clear headspace and lack of fatigue. I've totally cut out caffeine in the last few days and have been alert all day even being slightly sleep deprived from work. It's hard to describe. Definitely not a stimulant in the traditional sense but seems effective at least in the short term for fighting daytime sleepiness.
I did some exercises in long-term memory recall from my childhood last night. I was able to remember some childhood events and the layouts of houses I haven't been in for over 15 years but I may have had similar results had I attempted this without any noots.
One nice similarity to piracetam is the familiar vivid color perception and rich textures in vision. I'll know more about my subjective experience in a week or so.
Oh, almost forgot, possible side effects. I could see how paranoia might be a side effect. Found myself checking on my car from my front window a couple of nights ago, which isn't too abnormal but something I normally wouldn't worry about. No agression of irritability that I've noticed yet though, and hopefully it stays that way since I'm quite enjoying it so far.