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My current daily regimin is; 9mg of hydergine sublingually, 1500mg of Acetyl-L-Carnitine, 100mg of dmae, A multivitamin, an extra B-Complex vitamin, 420mg of choline (from soy lecethin), milk thistle for liver, and about 10 cups of green tea. This is the absolute most effective combination i have found for the money. The green tea seems to make hydergine 100X more effective. I am in another world when I take this combonation. I have incredible photographic memory, and it feels like I have transended to another level of conciousness. I really like it and just wanted to share my experiances.
The drug that gave me this awesome side effect was Keppra. Unfortunately, it also gave me terrible nightmares that occurred over and over each night and I could not tolerate it, so I had to stop taking it.
After taking Keppra, I know without a doubt that some people can have this kind of memory capabilities. It was truly mind blowing. I felt a little guilty in C++ programming class, like I was cheating, because I could just "see" all of the books I had been reading, word for word, and I could recount each book word for word. I was actually correcting the computer science professor. I was to the point where I could've probably learned a foreign language in a week.
Too bad I couldn't continue to take this drug. I may try it again in the future just to see if it happens again. I'd take it just for the memory benefits if it doesn't cause serious (bad) side effects.
For reference levetiracetam aka keppra is used to treat epilepsy.
There are a few studies on pubmed showing a nootropic effect.
I am not sure if this person just had the right genetics to unlock the effect or if they would get the same effect from piracetam.
I found a pretty cool combination,
Caffeine + Noopept + pramiracetam + CDP choline + dark chocolate = Photographic Memory with God like feeling."
Indeed a cool combination. Piracetam - Cocoa Powder - Fish oil - Cinnamon - Asprin - Choline bitartrate gives similar memory without god like feeling, which is healthier imo.
I cant find noopept or pramirecetam around Turkey.
PRELOAD (the night before):
Giant cup of Grapefruit juice - You'd be amazed at how many nootropics out there are metabolized via the CYP 1A2 and 3A4 system. to name a few: Vinpocetine, All ergolines, Sulbutiamine, essentially all of the fat-soluble nootropics (look it up, found in literature)
Choline sources - Seems to diminish effects of adderall when co-administered, help out when preloaded, though.
Melatonin (and other antioxidants) - For cleaning up my body as much as I can before I polute it with my crammer stack
Piracetam - 2400mg on an empty stomach, because it seems to synergize with everything else.
Magnesium - To reduce neurotoxicity. 100mg once every 4 or 5 hours. Careful with magnesium or you'll end up with diarrhea.
Vitamin B6 - 100mg to help with impulse control. From what I understand, those with ADHD already have certain B-vitamin deficiences and Adderall can deplete those even further.
Adderall - 25mg XR (what I'm prescribed, once every 8 hours) with a FULL glass of water.
Nicotine - Start off smoking one cigarette (or lozenge for you non-smokers) to potentiate the amps, then slap on 1/4th of a 21mg nicotine patch (or what comes out to 5.25mg) for all day potentiation.
Hydergine - Takes the edge off of adderall.
Desmopressin - 2 sprays each nostril
Pepcid AC - Antacid effect decreased urinary elimination of amps, acid-reducers help for all-day acid reduction (better than taking in a bunch of antacids thoughout the day)
This stack is by no means "enjoyable." It has no recreational value, and has a very numbing effect on your emotions. But for those people who need to cram a lot of info fast, it will work. The stimulant will dehydrate your body rather quickly, so drinking water isn't too much of a problem.
took pramiracetam for about 6 months daily and I would advise everybody to try at least for 2 months... effects in the long term are revolutionary, to use a good word. I experienced no side effects and when I took in high doses around final times (1200mg + daily) I began to have photographic memory. Expensive yes, but worth it - definitely. BTW I am a pre-med/physical therapy major and the courses in the 4th year are should I say, nerve wrecking.
The photographic memory came from taking high doses of pramiracetam (1800 mg +), phenylpiracetam (1200 mg +), and modafinil (200 mg +). Memory was down to a tee... this was only when I printed the notes on paper but I remembered every word in the sentence, every stray pen mark, every bold word. I could flip through the pages in my mind like it was on a computer. This ability was actually accident (and expensive) but it lasted perfected 1-3 days after exposure... lasted longer but not as accurate.
I had been taking pram for about 4 months at 1600 mg/day. I put the dose up to the aforementioned amounts on Day 1, then on Day 2 is when I really started noticing things kicking. It's like a revolution in your own head. This should be done, however, after much experimenting on yourself with dosage before going up so high. Also, it's quite expensive and I don't recommend it unless you have the money.
Effects trailing off? Next day was 100% memory and everyday after that it was down about 5%. Learning new material/reviewing old material I didn't have the photographic memory unless I took the high dosage. Also, keep in mind that pram/phenyl/modaf reach tolerance in your body, so only use them when undergoing the "gauntlet" so to speak.
I noticed that I can remember my past much more clearly after taking piracetam in the past few months. I have also remembered things that I have forgotten and don't want to remember. I have since stopped taking piracetam because it made me tired and I feel that I concentrate better without piracetam. But I still use choline as a supplement.
So far piracetam is my fav nootropic, I can say same happens to me, it is certainly good for recall ? can remember some childhood memories that I forgot.
Yea, I as well find Piracetam gives me access to more of my memory. One of it's wonderful effects. Great for writing a paper or doing any sort of creating and for just a general feeling of intellectual enhancement. Imagine more of your memory stores into conscious awareness! That is an amazing thing! If it brings bad memories up, just gives one a chance to work-through some stuff that is in the background of the mind and effecting one in some way, which is a good, enriching, rewarding process to go through (cf. psychoanalysis).
'health_nutty', on 23 Apr 2013 - 01:24 AM, said:
'BSNstudent', on 23 Apr 2013 - 12:39 AM, said:
Suni- near photographic memory for me.. Recent test scores 88%, 95% since i've started, been using Suni for three weeks now. at 25-30mg x bid.
noopept also in combo with it, so that could contribute to memory increase, kinda wonder if they synergize ?
Overall, no side effects noted. besides mood changes, but that's typical, and stress is a major reason to that!
What test scores are 88 - 95%? Cambridge Brain Science working memory test? Tests for school?
25-30mg bid, so 60mg total per day?
How much noopept are you taking?
How many days of taking Sunifiram before you noticed the improvement in memory?
test scores for nursing school, they are not easy one bit.. previous scores earlier in the semester were 75-80% avg.. you have to maintain a 75 or above to stay in.. Its pretty rigorous here.
approx 60mg a day yes, and noopept is around 60-90mg.
It took about a week to really notice the improvements, but they are quite significant.