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    Ok so we're starting to hear quite alot now about people using these smart drugs that are supposedly desinged to make people smarter and able to concentrate for longer. My question is, first off are they safe? Then, do they work?


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    I have little use for drugs. I take Synthroid for the thyroid, and that's it.


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    Yeah I think what has happened is people are adapting drugs that were originally designed to help treat neurological conditions to use for boosting cognative ability. I was just wondering if anyone has come across any yet, I've heard Modafinil is one of these drugs that is beginning to become more popular though I know very little about it. I'm not anti the use of pharmaceuticals but I would like to able to correctly assess the risks to benefits.
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    I've been taking some "smart drugs" for a while now, and they do work and most of them are safe.

    Racetams are pretty much the starting place, safest, and easiest to build a "stack" around. Piracetam is a fairly reasonably priced one and it has a lot of positive benefits, from stimulating your GABA receptors, ACh receptors, as well as stimulating your Corpus Callosum. Aniracetam is an Ampakine that is commonly used as it is stronger than the Piracetam.

    I'm currently taking Piracetam, Pramiracetam, Alpha-GPC, L-Theanine, and Sulbutiamine. This has been my "Nootropic Stack" for over a year now and I'm continuously noticing improvements in memory recall, as well as helping with "absorbing" new information.
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    Hey thanks for the fascinating information, really very interesting, I'll check out some the drugs you've mentioned.
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    Thanks mate! Glad I could be of help, there's a downloadable PDF available at Smart Drugs for Thought for download that covers the Racetam chemical class pretty in depth. They also have other pages going into information regarding select Nootropics.

    I know a bit about Nootropics so I don't mind answering any questions for ya
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