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Phenylpiracetam is a nootropic in the larger family of Racetams. It is a derivative of the parent molecule and fellow nootropic compound Piracetam. The only difference between Phenylpiracetam and Piracetam is the addition of a phenyl group to its molecular structure. Like other Racetams, Phenylpiracetam has been shown to improve cognitive decline, but it also shows psychostimulatory effects.
Phenylpiracetam uses vary and may help in lowering stress to better withstanding extreme temperatures. More detailed information about Phenylpiracetam benefits includes:
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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Like others have said, this one has a very pronounced effect: you notice when it kicks in. I've never experienced the cold resistance that others mention but I've never taken over 100 mg at a time either, never had to. This stuff is definitely stimulating, similar to Ritalin but without the side effects, and honestly I think it works better (and I grew up on Ritalin as an ADD kid). Heck, this stuff works better for me than Modafinil. Just a clean, bright, "awake" feeling that lasts 4-6 hours and doesn't keep me up at night.
I take Alpha GPC at night and fish oil in the morning, and I never get headaches or any noticeable side effects.
This is the second time I've ordered it from nootropics depot and after trying the new batch I can tell you it's a consistent product, and both shipments have gotten to me faster than expected which is a bonus. Randy on 20th Mar 2017
I have only tried aniracetam and piracetam, along with noopept, and this is by far the most potent and effective. I usually reserve this stuff on test days or when I need a motivational boost. Out of all the non-prescription nootropics I've tried, this feels the closest to adderall. It warms me up too, which is great for the winter weather.
I usually take this will Alpha GCP choline, fish oil, and some protein powder. Andy on 20th Mar 2017
Powerful product. Great for the gym or a task that needs your undivided attention. Michael on 15th Mar 2017
Nootropics Depot products are top-notch, and this one is no exception. Peter on 15th Mar 2017
I work in a busy kitchen. On Sundays it gets very busy and Chaotic. I take 100mg of phenylperacatam and it increases my memory and focus so I can keep track of everything I'm cooking. I really notice the difference in my work. Kenneth Gillean on 12th Mar 2017
When I got my undergraduate degree I was using (and addicted to) prescription stimulants. They and the downers I took to come down from them did so much damage to my brain I thought getting my masters degree would be next to impossible.
I had to get off the prescription drugs when I was diagnosed with early stage colon cancer, almost certainly due in part to prescription stimulant usage (that burning sensation prescription and illegal stimulants have in the mouth and when ingested intranasally - that burning happens in the digesive tract as well). Luckily, I was cancer free after a successful colonoscopy a year ago, but was told by the doctor I could never go back to Adderall or other prescription or illegal stimulants.
Enter phenylpiracetam, noopept, prl-8-53, Alpha GPC, l-tyrosine, dl-phenylalanine, SAM-e, Vincpocetine (something Nootropics Depot should start stocking), methionine, N-acetyl-cysteine and ginkgo biloba.... My brain at age 35 works as well or better than it did in my late teens and early 20's when I was prescribed Adderall and Vyvanse. My career is going better than I ever thought possible without performance-enhancing drugs, and I'm maintaining a 4.0 GPA while attending a very prestigious university in pursuit of my masters degree.
The best part is, my memory and cognition are better even on days I don't supplement with the aforementioned, and the brain damage I self-inflicted actually appears to be healing as a direct result of being off-drugs and taking these supplements. Peter on 8th Mar 2017
Great stuff here. Works as advertised. I was on adderall for a couple of months but it's not for me. With the phenyl I was able to power through the few days of withdrawal period with absolutely no symptoms and actually felt waaayyyyy better on this than adderall. Much more clear headed and alert while stil being able to focus even with those first few days of euphoria.
Only thing better than nootropicsdepot phenylpiracetam is the customer service. They are god damned legends chiseled out of the biceps of the gods. Phil Grandin on 22nd Feb 2017
I love phenylpiracetam but I received my "powder" as more "crystals". Some liquid must have gotten inside the jar because we are getting a bit of rain here in AZ. Gotta rate this 4 stars because the capsules I tried before aren't as much at risk of this happening. Unknown on 18th Feb 2017
Let me first say that I've tried several different nootropic compunds with varying degrees of success. I currently keep Noopept in the normal stack, but wanted to try Phenylpiracetam for times when I wanted and extra bit of push (i.e. for workouts, etc). I personally feel that this compound lives up to its World Olympic ban status! Using the powder sublingually had effect within 20-30 minutes and the effects lasted for several hours. Now, I was most often taking my stack with it, but there was a very noticeable difference when using the Phenylpiracetam along with it. I have read that you should not consistently use this as you will build tolerance quickly. So, I only use it when I really want that little extra physical and mental boost that this compound provides. Levi I Neely on 17th Feb 2017
Am a newbie, this is only the second racetam I've tried, the first being aniracetam which was okay but rather subtle. This phenylpiracetam, in my opinion, was somewhat self-announcing. Though I was careful with my dosing, never more than a quarter teaspoon, I got a nosebleed once, but I'm susceptible to those. I intend to continue with it but definitely not on a daily basis, and perhaps try it with aniracetam once I learn if that is a safe thing. Ybonny on 16th Feb 2017