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Sulbutiamine

Sulbutiamine

Last updated: April 6, 2017 In the case of deficiency, consuming the nutrient thiamine (vitamin B1) does little because it does not easily cross the blood-brain barrier. Scientists discovered that sulbutiamine, two thiamine molecules together, could cross the blood-brain barrier…
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Citicoline

Citicoline

The CDP choline is a prodrug for choline and uridine. This is primarily useful for improving working memory and executive function [1], but many elderly use this compound to mitigate age related memory loss and neuronal decay [2]. Citicoline is…
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Rave Survival

Rave Survival

  Share this Image On Your Site <p><strong>Infographic provided by <a href=”//www.nootropedia.com”>Nootropedia.com</a></strong></p><br /><br /> <p><a href=’//www.nootropedia.com/rave-survival/’><img src=’//www.nootropedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/RaveSurvival-01-1-951×1024.jpg’ alt=’Rave Survival with Nootropics’ width=’1024′ border=’0′ /></a></p><br /><br /> <p> When you think of rolling during an exhilarating music festival, how often do…
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Quercetin

Quercetin

Like most other bioflavonoids, quercetin is an antioxidant and has cancer preventing properties [1], but the scientific evidence does not point to any significant benefit taking this antioxidant alone. What quercetin lacks alone, it makes up for as a synergistic…
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Piracetam

Piracetam

Last updated: April 10, 2017 One major study of verbal learning showed healthy individuals improve memory by 8.6% when using piracetam alone [5]. The drug is often combined with a choline source to provide synergistic effects and reduce the potential for…
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