My Successful Experiment with Nootropics for Memory Improvement (Guest Blog)

January 08, 2016 2 Comments


Let’s face it. You’re here because you’re looking for a way to sharpen your memory and improve your life.

Whether you’re a working professional, an online marketer, an entrepreneur or a stock trader, you could use something that helps unleash the “sweet spot” in your brain. That sweet spot - the brain area linked to learning, attention, and memory - doesn’t switch on without a little outside help.

If left unstimulated, your brain experiences mental fatigue, memory loss, lack of concentration, stress, anxiety and everything else that suppresses your natural ability to give 100%.

Have you heard of nootropics for memory enhancement? These are cognitive enhancing drugs that deliver maximum benefits to the brain with little to no side effects. It was featured as a fictional drug in the movie Limitless.

If you had seen the film, you’ll remember how this pill changed a struggling author into a stock market expert amassing millions of dollars on a small investment and finally becoming the President of the United States. Don’t get me wrong, the real nootropics aren’t going to make you the President of the country, but they can help you go from 100% to 120%.


Nootropics by Definition

By definition, nootropics are a class of brain supplements created to boost brain functioning in a range of aspects. They work on selected neurons and neurotransmitters to give the brain a sudden burst of energy, which naturally improves your concentration, focus, memory, and logical thinking.

As far as taking nootropics for brain enhancement is concerned, the choice is just endless – you have Noopept, Piracetam, Pramiracetam, Oxiracetam and several other drugs that are made to deliver more or less the same effect i.e to boost your brainpower.

Have you given a shot at one or more of these? Did you experience mediocre results? Well, this is something I have heard from some of buddies. I’ll tell you what - if you haven’t got the desired results, it’s easy to label nootropics as another smart marketing scam, but the truth is – Nootropics actually work!

That, of course, depends on what nootropics you take, at what time you take them, and how much you take. I take nootropics every day, and have been immensely benefitted from it. I swear!


My Experience

I remember going crazy after reading a rave of reviews online about how Pramiracetam helped people to improve their short-term memory, especially where one user reported magical results in just three days. Man, I was going to need this. Without wasting a minute, I ordered 200 grams of Pramiracetam online so that I could be the next Brad Cooper in real life.

I was champing at the bit, and when the package arrived, I impatiently tore the box and popped in the Capsule. So foolish was I at the time, I took 400 mg in a single gulp not wanting to wait anymore. I waited… 10 minutes passed… 20 minutes passed… 40 minutes passed… 1 hour… and 2 hours… WTF! I experienced no change for the rest of the day. In fact, I was frustrated and disheartened on how thousands of people like me are losing their marbles over this drug.

However, a week later, I decided to give one more shot at it – but this time with a different nootropic. I ordered Noopept and stacked it with Choline because it was the most popular nootropic stack online. I was very tired that day after 18 hours of non-stop work without rest. But, I was blown away by how my nootropic stack smashed my tiredness and fatigue and gave me an instant supply of energy and concentration. Was it a magic? I tried the same combo the next day, and yet again, it worked!

This restored my faith in nootropics and I started exploring more. Some worked, some didn’t. For example, I respond well to Noopept but not to Pramiracetam. I have heard similar experiences from many other users too.


Final Thoughts

Finally I found that the effect of nootropics largely varies from person to person based on their tolerance, age, gender, and health. What is Piracetam for one person could be Noopept for another.

You get to discover your best nootropics only by trial and error method. I found what works for me, and there are tens of thousands of others who have found which nootropic works for them. There is no reason why you shouldn’t. Go ahead and explore the top rated nootropics out there. Happy Nootropics hunting!




About the Author:

Dan Fries is an entrepreneur and published author in the field of translational oncology. Dan's work has been featured in journals such as Cancer Discovery and Cancer Research. He is also the founder of Corpina Nootropics, with a mission to inform the world about nootropics and responsible brain supplementation.


2 Responses


August 14, 2017

Even though still fairly new to the world of Nootropics I have read many books and researched a fair bit on the subject. for years I have been interested and have bough many books on brain exercises and audio books/tracks on how to practice memory retention. Sure they all worked. Some better than others though. And as usual, some way more boring than others. I have always believed in supplementing. Not a single day goes buy without supplementing vitamins/minerals, fatty acids etc. For more than 2 years now I have added Omegas to my regime as well, and let me tell you, that has made the biggest difference I ever could have hoped for. I suffer from drye eye syndrome (due to contact lenses), memory was shot and joints heart. Omega in my opinion is the absolute all round Nootropic one will find. I has no noticeable effect, but once you stop supplementing with them, you will undoubtedly very soon realise how much of a difference they actually made. I have supplemented with NeoroActive products as well, and they do work. In a very short time I have become a regular buyer of Nootropics. I’m still busy “fine tuning” the entire regime as not all Racetams for example work with everyone. And even though they all work, some work way better that others. I’m therefor still figuring out which ones are the best for me. You have so many people (even some experts tell us not supplement, while others tell you to supplement) my opinion, if it improves you general health, makes you feel better and/or improve overall life, why should one not accept that there is nothing more to discuss or research. Clearly it helps.

Sandra Ludick
Sandra Ludick

March 01, 2016

Well my bottle of Noonpedt finished yesterday. I thought that I only saw a bit of a difference here and there so will leave it this month due to finance being a bit tight. Well surprise surprise. I am giving all gory details to see if this might help someone else as well. I am turning 44 this year. Very – very active as I work in a spares department and run around all day. I weigh 55kg. Female. I am using 0.05ml in the morning and at about 1 – 2 the last one. I started learning for my learners licence this morning (no questions allowed!!!!!) and to my mind blowing surprise I though my brain was a siff. Turns out it used to be. It is like a sponge. Wow I remembered everything I learned even the visuals meaning obviously the pictures was like imprinted. I was extremely happy to see such a big difference and just send my order through for my next bottle. I am not passing this test without it. That would have been a guarantee. Go ahead this did wonders for me.

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