My First Experiences with Nootropics

I experienced nootropics for the first time about six months ago.  I had seen an Internet advertisement for a “Smart Pill” that “. . . all the Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and Wall Street traders . . .” were taking for an “extra edge.”  Upon reading the label, I found the product to contain useless amounts of several different “nootropic-like” ingredients that defied logic.  I did, however, research nootropics and bought several to experiment with.  My first was a blend of Coluracetam, Noopept, Aniracetam, Choline Bitartrate, and L-Theanine.  The blend enhanced my vision, thinking, self-confidence, and overall feelings of well-being.
Further experiments led to the use of Oxiracetam which contributed a very analytical and logical point-of-view. Enter Sunifiram, an Adderall-like compound without the nasty Amphetamines and Phenibut, a relaxing compound that will leave you mentally awake.  Sunifiram blends well with Caffeine which can be balanced with L-Theanine to offset nervous energy that results in jitters and shakes.
Finally, there is Fasoracetam, an anti-apathy and anti-anxiety compound that has shown great promise in studies using it to treat senility and Alzheimer’s Disease.   There are, of course, dozens of these compounds – all synthetic – that affect certain changes in specific brain chemistry.  While some nootropics have adverse side-effects, the products promoted by Gnutropics have no negative side-effects.  The only consistent complaint among nootropics users is a headache when they have taken too much.  What has actually happened is that they have depleted their Choline levels in the brain, as most of the nootropic compounds are Choline-uptake and reuptake activators. Gnutropics addresses this issue by compounding specific nootropics with Choline Bitartrate to provide sufficient amounts of Choline to be used in the brain by the nootropic with which you are supplementing.