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Coluracetam is a nootropic in the racetam family. It shares the same 2-pyrrolidone base structure as all racetams. Coluracetam differs from the structure of piracetam by the addition of a bulky dimethyl-tetrahydrofuro-quinolinyl grouping. It has a molar mass of 341.404 g/mol and a molecular formula of C19H23N3O3.
Product contains one jar of Coluracetam, in either .5g, 1g or 5g amounts.
Attention: All chemical compounds have risks. Please read the available research and understand the associated risks before handling. If you are uncertain of the appropriate handling methods, please consult a qualified professional. Misuse of this product may result in adverse reactions. This product is not approved by the FDA.
My order was lost ND sent me an express order to France without paying anything more.
Good company and serious I stay.
Merci de France
Unknown on 26th Apr 2018
Coluracetam is good Unknown on 23rd Apr 2018
ND is great, but this just didn't do a thing for me. I agree with the other reviewers saying it's overhyped. Unknown on 24th Mar 2018
No noticeable effects on mood, memory, or focus.Adjusted dosage from 5 to 60 mg up to three times a day sublingually. I experienced a slight stimulant effect which couldn't be determined to not be placebo.
I still love ND but not this product. I definitely think Coluracetam is over hyped. Unknown on 12th Mar 2018
Unfortunately, this product didn't work for me. I didn't notice much an improvement after taking it sublingual. With that said, it is problem me not the product itself. Andrew on 22nd Feb 2018
I purchased this nootropic because I have severe memory issues as a result of a Tramautic Brain Injury I received in an IED blast. I have been taking it for a couple months or so now and have experienced no improvement, so the search continues. I don't want to smear the high rating because maybe this simply isn't what this product is intended for, but felt I should leave a review in the event someone in a similar situation has the same high hopes I did. Martin88 on 17th Feb 2018
I have several nootropic stacks for different purposes, At 71 i have found that these products have restored my aging brain to a more youthful vigor. oldeagle on 12th Feb 2018
Absolutely love coluracetam. Has done wonders for me. Joseph Costanzo on 5th Feb 2018
This review may be a little premature as I hear the best effects are accumulative but so far it’s great. Kinda feels like a love child bore from Noopept and Tianeptine. I will most definitely be back for a 5g tub in a few days Silas on 15th Jan 2018
TL;DR: Very effective neutropic for memory, focus, and motivation, especially when combined with CDP choline. Enhanced color vision is definitely a thing, and I think there might be potential for pain management using coluracetam. Use caution/speak with your doctor before taking if you have heart or blood pressure problems.
The following is an in-depth review of my experience with this substance.
The stack I use is 30mg coluracetam, 20mg fasoracetam, 350mg NALT, and 350mg CDP choline. I've been using coluracetam for about 4 weeks, CDP choline 3 weeks, NALT 2 weeks, and fasoracetam 1 week (working up a stack as safely as I can). Supplements are taken on top of food, with multivitamins and a Ca/Mg/Zn supplement as well. Supplements are taken every day Mon-Fri, and not taken on weekends. Cognitive effects of this combination is noticed over the weekends. I have experienced general focus, motivation, and energy improvements. Onset of effects is within ~10 minutes when taken with CDP choline. Most remarkable is the enhanced color vision. It enhanced the natural diffraction of light passing through the fluid in my eyes, much the same way that LSD does, but nowhere near as intensely. Time seemed to go ever so slightly slower. I did try redosing an extra 20mg coluracetam and CDP choline 6hr after the initial dose when those were the only neutropics I was taking and noticed my heart rate was high. I recommend caution if you have heart problems and with redosing in general. Over all it has been very useful in studying for graduate school classes, and I can report nearly picture perfect memory from practice questions while taking exams. I also get work done regularly (3 different times in the time frame of this report) on a full back tattoo and noticed that my pain tolerance was much higher than ever before in areas where I already knew what the pain should feel like. Additionally, I accidentally cut open the 2nd most distal knuckle on the middle finger of my left hand, deep enough to see the bone when I lifted the flap of skin. I can report that I felt no pain, during or after receiving the cut and dressing the wound, I did bleed more than what I would have expected for the cut. Surprisingly the cut was completely sealed back together in 48hr. I'm not sure if this last observation is related to the coluracetam or not, but it did coincide with me taking it. Unknown on 28th Dec 2017