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Aniracetam for Piracetam non-responder?

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#1 LiveWell

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Posted 31 October 2018 - 05:20 PM


I tried 2 different vendors for Piracetam and both times got absolutely nothing from it. I have to assume I'm a non-responder.

 

While researching noots for creativity, Aniracetam kept being mentioned. It sounds interesting but, being a Piracetam non-responder, I don't want to waste my money.

 

Is it likely that I'll get any benefits from Aniracetam?

Are there any others out there like me that have had good results from Aniracetam?



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Posted 31 October 2018 - 07:02 PM

Racetam are just useless unless you old or not-smart
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#3 LiveWell

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Posted 01 November 2018 - 08:16 PM

Well, I consider myself middle aged. I'm in my low 40's, so I'm definitely not young...

 

I'm certainly not as intelligent as I was before my "drug days", but I believe I'm still a bit more intelligent than average.



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Posted 02 November 2018 - 12:52 AM

probably make you tired or regretful



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Posted 14 December 2018 - 05:47 AM

Aniracetam + fish oil + coffee + eventually try a small dose of choline with it.  Piracetam is water soluble and i think is less likely to work if you have adrenal issues.  Aniracetam is fat soluble, so the fish oil could be useful for co-administration depending on when you take it.  Ani is a different effect, more relaxing and holistic.  You may have to experiment with the dosages a bit.  

 

I was a non-responder to piracetam the first time, but did to aniracetam, then it stopped working.  Periodic use would probably be best, but mileage varies on that and can also depend on what else you're taking and conditions in how you're taking it (food, time of day, other meds, etc.).  

 

It can subtly be useful, for some more than others.


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Posted 16 December 2018 - 03:51 AM

I recently tried noopept for some time and couldn't get an effect, which is strange because I've used it many times in the past and it always worked well.

I'm on a bunch of new medication now, so I guess that is the reason why I am responder turned non-responder.

I went ahead and purchased phenylpiracetam, fasoracetam and coluracetam, expecting I would get results like I have in the past.

But as it was with the noopept, I couldn't get a response out of the three other racetams, and now I am out of pocket a couple of hundred dollars.

Just my 2 cents.







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