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Fasoracetam Powder is a nootropic compound in the racetam family of nootropics. Racetams encompass a large group of different compounds, all modified from the parent compound Piracetam, which was discovered in the 1960s. Fasoracetam’s chemical structure is: (5R)-5-(piperidine-1-carbonyl) pyrrolidin-2-one.
Fasoracetam may help to improve stress and mood levels.
Fasoracetam Powder works by modifying receptors in the brain. It works on the cholinergic, GABA, and glutamate receptors, which all play a role in forming and storing new memories. Like most nootropic compounds and fellow racetams, Fasoracetam Powder affects the brain to bring about mild cognitive benefits.
Anecdotal evidence and research suggests that Fasoracetam powder can improve memory and focus, improve stress, boost mood, and even help beat procrastination by increasing motivation and mental clarity. Users that buy Fasoracetam Powder report being able to get more done, learn more efficiently, and maintain a state of calm while feeling energized.
Attention: All chemical compounds have risks. Please consult your physician, and understand the available research, before handling. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. It has not been approved, nor have these statements been evaluated, by the FDA.
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20mg sublingual ~30-45min after 30mg sublingual Noopept
Noticing that Fasoracetam does provide a calming effect, after taking noopept, I added Fasoracetam and have noticed its causing me to feel a bit sedated or heavy feeling as if one had taken a low to medium dose of phenibut. It has seemed to decrease my overall energy both mentally and physically. I don’t feel as sharp mentally as I did earlier. Definitely an anxiolytic.
This was the most noticeable time taking Fasoracetam. Other doses have been milder but the calming aspect has been noted. Unknown on 14th Sep 2017
I take ~20mg sublingual and get a nice focused state of mind with improved visual acuity. As to the rumors of it being able to upregulate gaba b receptors they seem to be true. I was travelling overseas for 3 weeks and taking phenibut more frequently than I probably should have been for jetlag and ended up with some minor phenibut withdrawal symptoms after returning to Amsterdam. Fasoracetam would exacerbate those symptoms for the first couple hours after taking indicating to me that it was indeed antagonising the s*** out of my gaba b receptors. That effect lasted about 10 days, by then the phenibut withdrawal symptoms (anxiety, agitation, prickly skin) completely disappeared. Gaba b back to normal and ready for action. Very nice side effect for a racetam. MG on 1st Sep 2017
This stuff is amazing. I took only a small amount approximately 30 mg and it worked vey fast. I felt a sense of calmness and also a steady energy that lasted for several hours. Unknown on 9th Jun 2017
I stacked this with NALT, and then studied for several hours. Was great for curbing symptoms of ADHD. Unknown on 10th May 2017
I was looking forward to trying this and was disappointed. Tried it sublingually 3 times and nothing at all.wish I wouldn't have spent the money. Linda on 7th May 2017
I never experienced the "wave of calm" and "clarity" other people described on forums. This stuff tastes like chemical warfare. Expensive too, but it did appear to eliminate any phenibut tolerance I had. 5 STARS!! Benny on 25th Mar 2017
I purchased for retake of gaba b, for use of phenibut faa. So far so good, after a week of use at 10 mg 1-2 times daily, My phenibut expirience was renewed to almost the same feeling as my first use! Tim Fleury on 13th Feb 2017
I researched a lot about nootropics with anti anxiolic effects. This is by far the most effective I have came across. This has all the mellowness of Xanax without the drowsiness or addictiveness. One of my favorites. Definitely give it a try, it will be worthwhile. Shawn Foreman on 8th Feb 2017
Very noticeable anti-anxiety effects in my research experiment. Also seems to improve memory to some noticeable degree. Unknown on 28th Jan 2017
good Unknown on 4th Jan 2017