You might already know about Noopept as the strongest legal Nootropic available. Or this might be your first time reading about Nooblogpept. Whatever your background knowledge on what Noopept is, this article will help you understand the basic reasons why Noopept is the best Nootropic. We've written the following article in a FAQ format, to help address common questions. We hope you'll enjoy learning about this wonderful substance!
1. What does Noopept do?
Noopept is a powerful Nootropic compound. It protects your brain from stresses and toxins (neuroprotection). Noopept has been researched as a potential substance to help with some degenerative brain disorders in future.
It is great at improving cognitive performance and memory. Noopept has similar effects to Piracetam, only stronger and more powerful. Noopept is good for increasing learning abilities and provides a mild stimulant feel.
2. When was Noopept invented?
Noopept was first designed in Russia from the parent racetam, piracetam. It was patented in the both US and Russia in 1995. The patent states that Noopept is a substance that helps improve wakefulness, oxygen flow, and suppresses appetite. The patent for Noopept was first filed in 1992 and it was invented by T.L. Garibova and her team.
3. How does Noopept work?
Noopept stimulates the production of an important brain molecule called cycloprolylglycine (CPG). This gives Noopept the ability to provide a strong anti-anxiety effect along with a number of other benefits.
Noopept also stimulates the production of neurotrophins. These are proteins that help with the survival and growth of nerve cells. An increase in neurotrophins results in an increase in cognition, especially in memory.
Noopept is not actually a racetam molecule, but it is based on racetams and has a very similar effect to other racetams, only stronger. Racetams are Nootropic compounds that improve cognition. Noopept has the same effects of Piracetam, which include an increase in blood flow to the brain. This gives Noopept its stimulant effects.
4. How long does Noopept take to work?
Noopept has a fast onset time, especially if you take it under your tongue. If you take Noopept orally, in a capsule or as a powder with water, the onset time is around 15 – 20 minutes. When you take Noopept sublingually (under the tongue), the onset time is shorter, around 5 – 10 minutes. For both of these methods of taking Noopept, the duration of the ‘trip’ is around 3 – 6 hours.
5. What is Noopept's half-life?
There is actually not much information about the half-life of Noopept. The half-life of Noopept is dependent on the user. The duration of Noopept is around 3 – 6 hours. Effects of Noopept increase after using it for a few days to a week.
6. How much Noopept is too much?
The usual Noopept dosage is around 10 – 30 mg daily. Some people will take a Noopept dose around two to three times daily. Others look for a much bigger Noopept dosage. This is often called a Noopept megadose.
There is one user who has written about his experience on 100 mg Noopept, twice daily. The Noopept megadose didn’t have any negative side effects for him. If you want to use a dosage that is higher than the recommended dosage of 10 – 30 mg, once to three times daily, please read up about it and be careful. We do not advise using a dosage that is higher than normal because of the lack of studied side effects.
In conclusion, we can see that Noopept is definitely the most powerful Nootropic. It was designed by a team of scientists in Russia and patented in 1995. Noopept has some remarkable effects, which include improved cognition and memory and a mild stimulant effect.
Noopept can provide a feeling of clarity and improves blood flow. It has a short onset and a medium-length duration of around 3 – 6 hours. The recommended Noopept dosage is 10 – 30 mg, once to three times per day.
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