Aniracetam is another racetam nootropic, in the same family as the ever popular piracetam. It’s purported to be several factors stronger than piracetam, but slightly less potent than pramiractem. Much


Piracteam is perhaps the most well-known nootropic, and arguably kickstarted the entire nootropic movement. Discovered in the 1960s, when it was used to treat motion sickness, it wasn’t until the


Oxiracetam is a nootropic in the racetam family. It is, like piracteam, water soluble. Oxiracetam is slightly more potent than piracetam, but significantly less potent than aniracetam and pramiracetam. Oxiracetam


Manufactured as Piracetam in 1964 by Dr Corneliu E. Giurgea; the Racetam family is a class of cognitive enhancers or nootropics which share a dpyrrolidone nucleus and possess an affinity


Introduction Pramiracetam is part of the piracetam family of nootropic chemicals and is purported to be between 8-30x stronger than its now out-dated cousin piracetam; unlike piracetam, pramiracetam is lipid