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#571 stolpioni

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Posted 17 February 2015 - 01:13 PM

I was taking Ceretropics sublingual Coluracetam for about 2 weeks. First week I was dosing it sublingually but got pretty much no effect.

I then started swallowing the liquid instead. Much better.

 

The effect was really nice but after a few days I unfortunately started feeling feverish. I stopped the Coluracetam for 2 days and felt normal again.

Tried the Coluracetam again and the feverish feeling came back. Almost felt like serotonin syndrome.

 

I am taking 50mg's of Sertraline every day but according to my research Coluracetam wasn't supposed to affect the serotonin-system. My feeling is that it is however.

Would love to start taking it again as I got great focus and motivation on it without much increase in anxiety. But it just feels very unhealthy. I don't think this is

a safe racetam unfortunately.

 

I was dosing 40mg's a day by the way, as instructed on the bottle.


Edited by stolpioni, 17 February 2015 - 01:15 PM.

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#572 Heisenburger

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Posted 08 March 2015 - 03:44 AM

Does anybody know coluracetam’s maximum solubility in propylene glycol? I’ve been Googling for over an hour now and can’t find a salient figure anywhere.



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#573 Limburger

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Posted 26 March 2015 - 01:46 PM

I was taking Ceretropics sublingual Coluracetam for about 2 weeks. First week I was dosing it sublingually but got pretty much no effect.

I then started swallowing the liquid instead. Much better.

 

The effect was really nice but after a few days I unfortunately started feeling feverish. I stopped the Coluracetam for 2 days and felt normal again.

Tried the Coluracetam again and the feverish feeling came back. Almost felt like serotonin syndrome.

 

I am taking 50mg's of Sertraline every day but according to my research Coluracetam wasn't supposed to affect the serotonin-system. My feeling is that it is however.

Would love to start taking it again as I got great focus and motivation on it without much increase in anxiety. But it just feels very unhealthy. I don't think this is

a safe racetam unfortunately.

 

I was dosing 40mg's a day by the way, as instructed on the bottle.

 

I also tried powder sold by Ceretropics as coluracetam. It was the same color, flavor, and consistency as powder I have bought as noopept, although it lacked the "sweet, mushroomy" smell. The effects were subtle and did not manifest until after swallowing. They were inconsistent with those described on this thread, although that is not unsual.

 

Regarding feverishness: I also experienced this. After my first dose (10mg +/-2mg powder weighed and held under the tongue for 30 minutes, then swallowing saliva,) I experienced a mild feeling of feverishness. I dismissed it. Several days later, I dosed the same way. Within an hour, I experienced strong facial flushing. It looked like I had a mottled sunburn. I researched other instances of this and found this thread, which I contributed to:

 

http://www.reddit.co...to_coluracetam/

 

The OP had a severe reaction, then increased the dose and continued to use the powder sold as coluracetam with no recurrence of flushing. I have not tested it again at any dosage after my reaction to it. Are there any other cases of flushing or allergic reactions that you all have come across?
 



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Posted 01 April 2015 - 02:12 PM

I came here to ask about the feverishness, then found these two posts. I dosed the powder, under my tongue, last week and felt a little sickly with a sore throat. I continued for 3 days and then got sick (mostly just a scratchy, sore throat). It may have been a coincidence, but I was kinda disappointed .. Colu is one of my favourite noots and I never had that reaction before ..



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Posted 07 May 2015 - 05:40 PM

i got a gram of colour today from powder city, and couldn't help from laughing at the spoon it came with.  looked like a piece of plastic, need a magnifine glass to see the little bowl there.  3 mg is the serving but does anyone actually take that little? well because i like to stay on the side of caution, i did take that little(probably a bit more because i got a little on my hand, some extra on spoon, etc, but i didn't take much)  i was actually surprised though, because even from that little, i could feel it, man.  anxiety got shot in the ass.i feel kind've opiated without the euphoria, honestly 3 mg of this is at least comparable to 750 of aniracetam for me, i feel like this is deeper though, it can take you a lot further than ani i'm guessing if you take more. i'm a little bit on the drowsy side, but very chill.  how much colour is safe to take?. 


Edited by somuchforthat22, 07 May 2015 - 05:42 PM.


#576 Babychris

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Posted 07 May 2015 - 05:57 PM

I would say that go further 10 mg should be not advised since it does not bring any added benefits. Stay on low dose I think that will see cumulate pretty quickly the effect


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#577 jroseland

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Posted 05 June 2015 - 12:58 PM

Alright Coluracenauts, I did some cool graphic designs of your favorite molecule. Let me know what you are using them for!

 

coluracetam-35-1433508034.jpgcoluracetam-27-1433508038.jpgcoluracetam-57-1433508050.pngcoluracetam-84-1433510024.jpg


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#578 Juan Manuel Garrido

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Posted 20 August 2015 - 06:56 PM

Alright Coluracenauts, I did some cool graphic designs of your favorite molecule. Let me know what you are using them for!

 

Your work is awesome!



#579 Limburger

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Posted 20 August 2015 - 07:26 PM

Update on coluracetam side effects:

 

Subsequent trials have been more positive. The flushing reation seems to be dose/ROA dependent. Oral doses of 4-6mg have not produced any more than a suggestion of facial flushing, unlike 8-10mg sublingually. At this dose, the effects are quite positive. There's a noticeable positive mood push as well as increased motivation, energy, and enthusiasm for tasks. This stimulation translates best to creative endeavors--it does not resemble the dopaminergic push of amphetamine salts, where mundane tasks become satisfying. There is occasionally an increased visual sharpness noticed, which is odd. All in all, it provides me with the most consistently positive effects of any material in its class. I'm impressed.



#580 samonakuba

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Posted 26 August 2015 - 10:21 PM

Got mine from Powder City. I dissolve dosages on a spoon in a bit of lemon juice, add a bit of water, and drop it under my tongue, The effect is very unique, a distinctly non-adrenal acceleration, physical hesitation seems to vanish in a rather mechanical way. I got some Oxiracetam soon afterwards and decided that I much preferred the effect of Coluracetam, as it completely lacks Oxiracetam's undercurrent of irritability. Very effective for eliminating moodiness, as it seems to just "turn off" that frequency of thought. Definitely one of the racetams with really obvious, immediate effects.

As for visuals, I didn't notice anything at first, but after about week of taking it I had on of those "oh, wow" moments when I noticed how freakin' sharp everything had started looking. It was like someone had tweaked my contacts ever so slightly. This effect is most replicable when I take it first thing in the morning.

I'm a little concerned about the lack of human studies, though, and especially the fact that nobody seems to be adding to the body of research. We find out about pram increasing NOS, or nefiracetam shrinking dog testicles, or idebenone being possibly pro-oxidant, but only because of how much there is to dig through and because of new stuff coming to light. But if Coluracetam were to, say, lead to permanent increase in choline cannabilism as a result of HACU changes or do some other insidious thing not easily deduceable from its effects, how would we even find out?

#581 Limburger

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Posted 08 December 2015 - 06:47 PM

Serious side effect report: possible neuropathy?

 

So, after my first experience with coluracetam (10mg sublingual), I experienced major facial flushing. I did not revisit it for several months. When I did, I kept the dosage low. I responded very, very well to it. 5-6mg orally was better for motivation, energy, concentration, and improvements to working memory than anything I had tried. Prior to this, the only noots that had benefited me out of a very long list were noopept, NAC, and SAM-e--all of which I eventually discontinued due to lack of consistency or due to mild but annoying side-effects.

 

Several weeks in to my intermittent use of coluracetam, I developed a strange sensation that was most intense in the tips of the fingers of both hands and faded gradually up to my elbows. It was a strange tingly numbness. Worse--and this is hard to describe--it was quite unpleasant when I touched things with my hands. Just slipping my hands into my pockets caused the unpleasant shudder-provoking sensation to shoot up my arms. It was exactly the same feeling that I get from the vibrations through my hand when I drag my fingernails down a chalkboard. All the time.

 

I hadn't changed anything else in my regimen, so I eliminated coluracetam. The unpleasant senation continued unabated for another four weeks before it for the most part subsided, so I assumed that it was caused by something other than the coluracetam. After another month or so, I took another dose of coluracetam and had no negative effects. The following day, I took another dose. Within a half an hour, the sensation returned, and at the same intensity it had months before. It has been three weeks since that dose, and the sensation is still mildly present.

 

It's not conclusive, but it's clearly been concerning for me. I thought I would share here and create a separate thread for this experience to let the community know.



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Posted 02 November 2016 - 06:25 PM

Sorry to bump this old thread.

 

I have started doing some testing with Coluracetam, and I find it a very interesting nootropic.

 

However, I'm wondering what the heck ever happened to ScienceGuy?  He doesn't seem to have any activity on this forum for a long time.  Does anyone know?  Coluracetam didn't finish him off, did it? ;)


Edited by HyperDown, 02 November 2016 - 06:26 PM.


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Posted 03 November 2016 - 01:11 AM

there was report on reddit he died, but it could be rumor... as the rumor goes, he experimented with some few other things still not considered safe and was buried



#584 fiftyyy

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Posted 03 November 2016 - 12:51 PM

there was report on reddit he died, but it could be rumor... as the rumor goes, he experimented with some few other things still not considered safe and was buried


Care to look for a link for the rumor? Hopefully he's alright.

#585 CaptainJ

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Posted 17 October 2017 - 10:33 AM

there was report on reddit he died, but it could be rumor... as the rumor goes, he experimented with some few other things still not considered safe and was buried

 

Is there any update to the rumor?  I really miss his posts.

 

Also, it seems like it's been a long time since anyone posted any user feedback on coluracetam in this thread as well, if anyone has anything to contribute.  This substance seems very interesting to me, thanks/



#586 owtsgmi

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Posted 31 October 2017 - 09:29 PM

Right here:

https://area1255.blo...earch?q=anxiety

 


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Posted 01 November 2017 - 02:45 AM

Right here:
https://area1255.blo...earch?q=anxiety


Can you help us out here? Couldn’t find the part about coluracetam.

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Posted 12 February 2018 - 10:41 PM

I take since 2 weeks noopept nasal 10 mg x 2 and since 2 days I added 10 mg coluracetam sublingually x 2
First time Coluracetam I took 2 mg on the tongue and felt the piracetam buzz.

Also I don't respond to Ritalin, Adderall, 4F mph worked one time then I felt only the sides.
I respond very well to amino acides therapy and mega dose glutamine

DHC and Tramadol acts like stims on me, in the past only 10 g piracetam gave me the great feeling of well being,acces to all memories, optimist and focus for 2 months then I became immune to it so for me Coluracetam is insane because after tried almost tons of different suppplemrnts and meds at crazy dosage it did something, I hope it will be consistent on the long term.


Noopept and the Coluracetam both offer me better mood, perception and focus, anxiolitic. But Coluracetam seems far more perceptible.

Also my DMAA tolerance seems removed and my cafféine tolerance seems lower. Neither reverses my piracetam immmunity/tolerance and when I add piracetam it cancels noopept and Coluracetam at any dosage.

When I added cdp choline or alpha gpc to noopept alone it give me physique energy and focus but combined with Coluracetam it made me feel like more choline cancels completely nootropics.

I think coluracetam alone work better, so tomorrow I cut noopept and run 2x10 mg daily Coluracetam alone but it's stil very soon to speak about real results because I have the feeling noopept interacts negatively with colu-colu

Edit: I also have all the time the feeling of burning in the eyes, dry eyes, my eye and face is very sensitive even to the light or to the wind and I just took my colu dose and I think I doesnt give hd vision but a more relaxed, stabilised, less sensitive eye sight which give a larger and better peripheral field of vision. Also it acts like a stimulant on me: Warm body feeling, better resistance to cold, fluidity, mild mydriasis.

It seems to improve GI contractions, Im less constipated.

Overall feels like a smoother confortable piracetam but at the same time I don't feel im on something it's like a natural body hypertonus and mind energy mix + it made me everytime very very horny acompagnied with a ton of overwhelming energy at night

Edited by Brainacetam, 12 February 2018 - 10:58 PM.


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Posted 12 April 2018 - 01:03 AM

Review of Coluracetam:

 

https://area1255.blo...h?q=coluracetam


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Posted 23 August 2018 - 12:37 AM

repeat...


Edited by owtsgmi, 23 August 2018 - 12:40 AM.

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#591 psych0therapist

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Posted 19 September 2018 - 05:50 PM

Coluracetam 5mg aniracetam 200mg Phenylpiracetam 175mg ALCAR 500mg
Took this an hour before my presentation/lecture.This was an incredibly powerful combo! I felt calm but stimulated, word flowed out of my mouth effortlessly. This combo seems to synergize both potency and duration. The effects were noticeable for what appeared to be eight hours or so. In many respects, this combo is similar to low dose aTM without the psychedelic effects. I will reserve this combo for days when I have to be at my best.

This is exactly what I was hoping to hear! I am extremely interested in stacking Coluracetam with Phenylpiracetam, as I find that Phenylpiracetam makes me feel a bit like @renodino when relaying their experience of Nefi. I've been waiting on some Colu and am optimistic that it'll combine well with Phenyl to address this feeling, perhaps especially so with Emoxypine, perhaps not. We shall see.



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Posted 20 September 2018 - 01:13 AM

I've found some things that are providing consistent benefit:

  • Coluracetam
  • Noopept (I've been taking it nearly every day for the past 50 days.
  • Phenylpiracetam (only when taking sporadically, when the need arises)

Noopept is providing similar benefit, but with less benefit on prevent fatigue. 

 

Will I have the same opinion two weeks or two months from? Hard to say, but the reason I'm hopeful is that the vast majority of Nootropics I've taken over the years, lost their effects within one or two days. That is the case for me, with Sunifiram and just about everything else on the list except Noopept, Coluracetam and Phenylpiracetam (the latter again...only for special occasions). 

 

Right now, I'm most interested in learning about the long-term benefits and risks of Coluracetam. I hope to learn more. 

This is very promising for me reading it all these years later. I've been waiting on some Coluracetam and devouring this old thread in the meantime. Specifically your post is of interest because I have had the most success with Noopept and Phenylpiracetam and these are the most consistent tools in my repertoire. 

If you see this, I'd love to hear how your experience has been four years in, if by chance you still happen to be benefiting from Coluracetam (or Noopept/Phenylpiracetam for that matter). Any info would be greatly appreciated! 







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