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  • Submitted: Apr 12 2017 11:56 PM
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Long term mental maintenance stack

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creatine alcar centrophenoxine fish oil uridine noopept lions mane


I intend to cap most of these supplements together in relatively low maintenance doses as a general every day mental maintenance stack, to take for 4-6 weeks at a time in between my more intense focus/cognitive stack which includes Semax, Selank, I.N Insulin, P21 and Oxiracetam. After each intense stack (Demanding work trips) I intend to stop all noots for a week or two. Every 6 months I take a cycle of Cerebrolysin and Cortexin as well, but for now I am interested in your thoughts on my long term mental maintenance stack for a middle aged man with a busy life style and demanding work/sports life.

Ingredient Dosage Frequency Administration
Creatine -- -- No instructions provided.
Alcar -- -- No instructions provided.
Centrophenoxine -- -- No instructions provided.
Fish Oil -- -- No instructions provided.
Uridine -- -- No instructions provided.
Noopept -- -- No instructions provided.
Lions Mane -- -- No instructions provided.

Adam Karlovsky
Apr 13 2017 06:32 AM

Not sure how Lions Mane got in there, there isn't much evidence for how it works or what effects it has in humans.


I'm not a big fan of fish oil, doesn't seem to do much of anything, better to just eat more seafood.


I prefer piracetam over noopept, for everyday use. Noopept might be more appropriate in cases of brain trauma, but piracetam has a more thorough safety profile otherwise.


When I posted this comment, you hadn't filled out any dosages, so I can't comment on that.

There seems to be a fair bit of ANECDOTAL evidence that Lions Mane provides benefits with long term usage, though of course, some people dont seem to get any effects from it. I intend to take it for the next few months, thinking that it cant hurt, even if it does not do much for me.

As for the Noopept, up until recently I had been drinking too much for too long, though I have cut back significantly now. From what I have read, Noopept is good for repairing damage done by previous excessive alcohol consumption. From what I have read, both Noopept and Lions Mane both provide neurogenesis and other similar benefits, though I am not sure if there is any point in taking both, or if they both work on the same areas??? Any ideas?

   I would love to eat more fish, but fish oil tablets are soo convenient. Not sure exactly what they do though.