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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:
Nootropics Depot offers 2.5g, 5g or 30g jars of Phenylpiracetam powder. Nootropics Depot's Phenylpiracetam powder has been lab-tested and verified for both product purity and identity.
Get insight about customers’ experiences by reading our Phenylpiracetam reviews below.
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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.
Compared to piracetam, aniracetam, and oxiracetam this has been the most effective racetam I have tried. It works at a much lower dose also.
The effects I receive:
Focus - It's hard to describe; it's almost like mental tunnel vision. My ability to switch my train of thought is enhanced, and everything I'm not consciously focused on falls away.
Motivation - The first time I used phenylpiracetam I felt almost compelled to do the things I had been procrastinating for a while. This feeling continues even when I'm not using it.
Energy - One of the most apt descriptions I can think of is: it feels like a drinking a large energy drink without the jitters, anxiety, and shakes. Michael Betzer on 15th Oct 2017
same potency as capsules, but prefer not to mess with fine powder trying to make my own caps. Unknown on 11th Oct 2017
I’ve been taking this supplement regularly, up to every day. Ran out just recently, no noticeable withdrawals. Definitely helps keep yourself up and at em, but can cause nausea as well. WARNING only take on a full stomach. There have been multiple times where I’d take it before breakfast and puke. Not enjoyable. Personally I enjoyed taking phenibut on an empty stomach, waiting an hour or so, eating, then taking the phenylpiracetam. Pretty decent combo. Expensive though and from what I hear there are better alternatives Unknown on 9th Oct 2017
This product gives me a great non prescription alternative to help me focus on sluggish days. The research regarding brain rejuvenation is also encouraging. Unknown on 16th Sep 2017
My experience was exactly like you described for the first few weeks of regular use, and then overnight dropped off to no longer having any affects. Even at high dosages, different supplies, and waiting a long time without use. It's like my body permanently adjusted to it. Unknown on 16th Sep 2017
The perfect product, a real boost, the only short to medium term physical and mental endurance supplement I would highly recommend! Unknown on 13th Sep 2017
I take a single approx. 100mg dose in the morning with a stack full of other stuff like Alcar, bacopa, rhodiola and centrophenoxine, This is enough for me for what i'm interested in achieving. I started with the 2.5g, will be upgrading ASAP.
If you decide you need more, and you're going to try ridiculously useful substances like this, please put in some effort to at least get a consistent dose. I really don't recommend eyeballing 100mg or any larger dose. Either a) buy milligram scales b) get the capsule form c) volumetric dosing. I'm not surprised to read reviews from people that don't use scales and then don't seem impressed with the outcomes.
Unknown on 12th Sep 2017
I've used PhenylPiracetam for close to 4 months now, and although I've developed a slight tolerance, its effects still work for me (I consume approximately 2 grams per day).
Reviewers will often say that it stops working after a few days, which is true to an extent. The "stimulating" effect wears away rather quickly, but that's because your brain is being introduced to something new. The true area where it shines is in rewiring the reward center of the brain, which you would only notice when you are actively trying to complete tasks.
Most people don't realize that stimulants that "work forever" are actually incredibly toxic for your brain, your brain needs to be able to down-regulate in order to keep its overall functionality in check. The stimulant effect is not the selling-point of phenylpiracetam, its about your overall productivity.
If you're looking for something that is anxiolytic and significantly boosts your motivation in all areas of your life, phenylpiracetam is for you.
If you're simply looking for something "consistently stimulating," you'll never be able to find what you're looking for without long-term neurological trade-offs. Anonymous on 5th Sep 2017
I'm not sure if my review will help much as I am still taking.. I take a pinkie nail full orally and chase with a soda. (not the best way of measuring I know, yet it's the way I do it) I take for a few days then don't for a few days or only take every other day. I've noticed some change in energy and little on focus. Yet it hasn't been but 2 weeks so I'm hoping for future improvement. Shanda Godfrey on 26th Aug 2017
Gives a nice 2-4 hour motivational boost. I've begun having much better results with taking it in smaller doses (around 25mg) 3-4 times a day sublingual. Taking orally I suspect just wastes a lot of product although still effective. I'd give it 5 stars but it doesn't mix as well with coffee as other nootropics, can make you a bit jittery when mixed and induce squirrel-like focus. Mike on 25th Aug 2017