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Adrafinil vs. Oxiracetam
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Does anyone have any info on how the two compare to one another. I recently got a new job, and the shifts are late, and while the work isn't grueling, it's enough I want some type of potential boost in energy, as well as cognitive ability, memory, etc. so I can learn the job potentially quicker, remember certain things better, and stand out from other workers. I also bike the few miles to and from work.

I see that Oxiracetam is generally cheaper. I've read erowid reports and a few Youtube reports, but nothing that really says any more than wiki.

Also, which one generally gives one more "motivation" to get shit done? Like, before work, now, I rarely have energy and such, even though I need to renew my apartment lease, clean my apartment, etc. I know the motivation must come from within truly, but on the few reviews, people would say once they got down to doing something, they could do it with ease and much quicker.

Any benefit of stacking the two, would you think?
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Hi, I love your username!

I think you'd be better off stacking phenylpiracetam with noopept and potentially adding modafinil/armodafinil as and when needed (if you can get it). This is what I've narrowed all my different cycles down to and this seems to produce the most significant results on Lumosity in all areas of cognition (in particular short-term memory and problem solving), although I would argue that it's mostly the armodafinil that is making the difference. Personally I think adrafinil is a waste of money.

One thing to bear in mind is that it will likely take at least a week before you start noticing a difference in memory, that has been my personal experience and in some cases I've read people haven't noticed anything until several weeks into their cycles, but I can't say what method they were using to test this.

If it's just short term and and only temporary, one thing that would make a huge difference immediately is an MAOI such as selegiline, although you need to be careful and do some research before you order anything because there's lots of interaction precautions that need to be taken, selegiline is also a POM here in the UK, and you probably won't get a prescription without at least a few signs of Alzheimer's disease, although you could ask your GP about selegiline patches (internationally sold as Emsam) for depression, just be sure to mention fatigue and lack of concentration when you discuss it... MAOIs are rarely a first-line treatment for depression unless recommended by a specialist, but it's worth a shot in any case. ;)

Just to add, frequent anaerobic exercise as well as a good diet in combination with the recipe I suggested will likely be the closest thing you'll ever get to NZT-48...
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#3
I've recieved a sample of oxiracetam which resulted in exellent effects, this shipmentfrom arkansas did not.
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Just to point out, Adrafinil isnt a nootropic its a CNS stimulant which often has negative effects.

I'd agree with zed on the phenylpiracetam being a good alternative but tolerance soon builds up to this so is only good as a booster when you need it most. Oxiracetam combines quite nicely with centrophenoxine and alpha-gpc or citicoline. Centrophenoxine can give it a bit of a jitter though but thats easily solved buy adding l-theanine to the stack. - Much better and safer than adrafinil for certain.
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(27-09-2014, 05:25 AM)cthighstreet .... Adrafinil doesn\t come up on CNS stimulant info pages when I Wrote: Just to point out, Adrafinil isnt a nootropic its a CNS stimulant which often has negative effects.

I'd agree with zed on the phenylpiracetam being a good alternative but tolerance soon builds up to this so is only good as a booster when you need it most. Oxiracetam combines quite nicely with centrophenoxine and alpha-gpc or citicoline. Centrophenoxine can give it a bit of a jitter though but thats easily solved buy adding l-theanine to the stack. - Much better and safer than adrafinil for certain.
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