Piracetam (nootropyl) is reported to be an intelligence booster and CNS (central nervous system) stimulant with no known toxicity or addictive properties. Piracetam (2-oxo-Pyrrolidine Acetamide) is derived from the neurotransmitter GABA (Gamma Amino Butyric Acid). The subjective effect described by some people is that piracetam, "wakes up your brain." It's effects and safety are so impressive that piracetam prompted the creation of a new pharmaceutical category called nootropics. The term nootropic comes from a Greek word meaning "acting on the mind."
Piracetam enhances cognition under conditions of too little oxygen, and also improves memory and some kinds of learning in normal humans. Outside of the US, piracetam is used to treat alcoholism, stroke, vertigo, senile dementia, sickle cell anemia, dyslexia, and numerous other health problems (Pelton, 1989). In some countries it is available by prescription only. One of the most intriguing effects of piracetam is that it promotes the flow of information between the right and left hemispheres of the brain (Buresova, 1976). We know that the communication between the two sides of the brain is associated with flashes of creativity. This may also be he basis for piracetam's usefulness in the treatment of dyslexia (Dilanni, 1985).
Piracetam has these effects on the Brain:
-Enhances Brain Metabolism by increasing glucose utilization and blood & oxygen flow. This boosts mental energy & cerebral circulation.
-Supports healthy neuron communication & structure.
-Supports Cognitive Receptors and strengthens neurotransmitter receptors involved in memory.
-Increases the ability of the brain to communicate between hemispheres. This supports speech and creative thinking.
-Increases the brains ability to process information and think clearly.
-Works to reduce abnormal Blood clots.
-Piracetam also has a significant antioxidant effect.
Colorado Nutrition Piraceam is pharmaceutical grade tested at above 99.5% purity. Approved & used since 1970's worldwide (Europe, Asia, and South American) for various health conditions.
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