What is Pramiracetam? Pramiracetam is a nootropic that was designed by Parke Davis and Company in the latter part of the 1970’s. The company is now a division of Pfizer. In 1978, the very first patent for this new supplement was developed in Belgian; the following year a patent was also created in the United States.
The supplement works by attaching to the Acetylcholine neurotransmitter receptors and causing them to augment the transmission of Acetylcholine more efficiently. This is crucial in forming new memories. Furthermore, the nootropic helps the brain to form more neurons for faster cognition. In fact, many scientists believe that this Racetam is 15-20 times more powerful than Piracetam. Even more astonishing is that research indicates that it may even be up to 30 times more effective. The product also goes by various other names such as Neupramir, Pramistar, or Remen.
You will only need a small dose of Pramiracetam since it is very intense. The recommended amount is 500 milligrams, and it should be taken once in the morning and once in the afternoon.
It has a half-life of more than five hours. In addition, you should never exceed more than 1-1.5 grams per day.
The nootropic should be taken with high amounts of Choline. In addition, you should be sure to drink plenty of water and/or other hydrating fluids because the brain will metabolize much faster while taking the nootropic. Likewise, some scientists believe that Pramiracetam works best in combination with testosterone and estrogen. So, hormone replacement therapy might be especially helpful for older women and men. The Racetam also needs to be ingested with food since it is fat-soluble. More importantly, the supplement should be taken with fatty acids such as fish oil. Likewise, you can consider mixing the supplement with water in order to prevent it from clumping. Be sure to check with your doctor if you do not know the amount that you should take and if you are on other medicines.
There are many benefits that are associated with taking Pramiracetam. One of the main advantages is that it enhances the blood circulation to the brain by improving the metabolism of glucose and boosting the use of oxygen. All of these metabolic activities result in faster cognition; improved focus and concentration in regard to writing and reading; and a longer attention span. Some people notice these changes immediately while others see improvements gradually. In addition, the supplement serves as a good option to treat illnesses such as Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and ADHD. It is not toxic, so it can be relied upon on a continual basis.
This nootropic seems to work very well in adults who are healthy as no serious effects have been reported. In addition, very minimal drug interactions have been reported. Obviously, you will still want to check with your doctor to be sure that the supplement is right for you. People do sometimes report that they have mild headaches or fatigue as a result of taking the Racetam. This is because the product automatically increases Acetylcholine in the brain; however, these side effects will most likely go away by adding a Choline product. Some good selections to consider are Citicoline or Alpha GPC.
In addition, there have been times when stomach distress, nervousness, and insomnia have been reported. However, most of these issues occur as a result of taking dosages that are too high or else the symptoms appear in those who are very sensitive to the product.
Currently, there have been no overdose reports that have caused any deaths or major side effects; however, it is still wise to begin by taking a small dose of the nootropic in order to avoid the risk of taking too much. You should never take this product if you are with child or breast-feeding because it could affect your baby’s development.
One study states that 17% of users experience at least one side effect. Some of the negative comments regarding the product include that it tastes bad, effects are not instantaneous, difficulty remembering various words when first taking the product, impending feeling of doom when quitting the product, restless leg syndrome, feeling nervousness, irritability, and loss of appetite. Since the price of Pramiracetam tends to be expensive, some consumers elect to only use it when needed instead of on a daily basis.
Pramiracetam has a lot of very good benefits that are associated with it including: Enhancing memory and cognition, treating Alzheimer’s and other diseases, and increasing the attention span. The main thing to remember is begin with a very small dose and closely monitor how you feel. In addition, take high amounts of choline, water, and add some fatty acids and possibly hormone replacement therapy if applicable. If you notice that you have sensitivity to the product or unwanted side effects, then you need to decrease the amount that you are taking, only use it on an occasional basis, or possibly discontinue use if it appears to be too taxing to your body.
Please note that legality of Pramiracetam (whether it's legal as a Research Chemical or for Human Consumption) varies from country to country. Please be aware of the legality of this drug in your country. This article is here as a general resource only. We do not encourage or recommend the consumption of drugs that are against the law in your country. As always, consult your doctor before starting a new diet or fitness program.