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Human Nootropics Index


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#1 Zaul

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Posted 02 October 2020 - 03:46 PM




UPDATE: I've crawled the entire PubMed database and collected all available literature on nootropics done in humans, here are the results (Human Nootropics Index 2.0)


Website: https://humannootropicsindex.com

Support the project on Patreon: https://www.patreon....nootropicsindex

For the last three months I've been working on a project I call the HNT (Human Nootropics Index). This project/website crawls PubMed on an hourly basis and gathers all available nootropics literature done in humans. The main motive for this project is to organize and put an end to the scatteredness of nootropics-literature and the lack of a single place with only human studies.

Since my first post (ver. 1.0) 4 weeks ago I have been fixing and dealing with the issues and constructive criticism the project received on the first post. I think I've done a satisfactory job in improving these aspects and hopefully these adjustments will be well received. Below is a rundown of the changes made:

  • Added many more studies

  • Added an SSL-certificate

  • Added patients and infants as a demographic

  • Improved the design

  • Less whitespace

  • Added some categories

  • Added the option for people to comment, add studies themselves, vote

  • Added trending studies-functionality

  • Improved the search-function and made it not lag on phones.

  • Made the website mobile friendly

  • Increased the crawler-frequency to hourly from previously weekly




#2 jroseland

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Posted 05 February 2021 - 05:22 AM

Thanks for putting that together... I'll add a list I compiled, 31 Reasons to try Brain Supplements (Nootropics)


Many people searching the internet for an #NZT-like mind power boosting substance will find Nootropic brain supplements. The primary reason that people have been taking Nootropic brain supplements for +40 years is to feel smarter, focus better, and be more productive. Fast.
However, that's not all that #Nootropics do. Check out the list below of #health, lifestyle, and other practical benefits of supplementation...

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