Nootropic: Oxiracetam

Oxiracetam- another biochemical that is part of the “racetam” family. Oxiracetam was developed intermittently between Piracetam and Aniracetam. Oxiracetam is chemically weaker then Aniracetam, but as is known for all the types, each one has their own particular effects. For some, Oxiracetam effects them much more then Aniracetam would. The chemical formula is C6H10N2O3. Oxiracetam has a higher affinity towards memory, and has been said to more efficiently effect these parts of your brain. Doses can range from 800mg to 4000mg, but also has an extremely low toxicity, so supplementation beyond that is not extremely rare. The half-life of Oxiracetam is roughly 8 hours in healthy people and is water-soluble.

Oxiracetam seems to have a interesting effect when stacked with Aniracetam that does not follow with other racetams. When I find scientific evidence for this I will, but from my experience, taking Oxiracetam and Aniracetam together it brings me to a different place that even Pramiracetam can’t reproduce. I have stacked Piracetam, Oxiracetam, Aniracetam, and Pramiracetam in couplets in every combination possible, and Oxiracetam and Aniracetam together have an enlightened effect on me. I feel as if my mind is going a mile a minute, but that everything is okay because my brain is keeping up with it. This could be a personal effect or an effect of the two combined naturally. Will update as more information comes.


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