What is Aniracetam powder?
Aniracetam is a nootropic smart drug or cognitive drug which improves the cognitive function of the brain. In Europe, Aniracetam can be used with a doctor’s prescription, but in the United States, the FDA has not approved it. It is very important to understand that Aniracetam is not a supplement nor some sort of vitamin. Additionally, the FDA has not approved it for dietary supplement use, therefore a prescription is required to purchase it. I will describe buying Aniracetam in more detail below.
This drug was formulated in 1970 in Belgium and in the 1970’s the pharmaceutical company Hoffman-La Roche started to produce it. It is now competing with caffeine for people looking for enhanced alertness and quick thinking. Research is still ongoing to see what other cognitive uses Aniracetam can have.
Similar to other nootropics it assists in promoting enhanced learning and cognitive ability. It is a fat-soluble nootropic and therefore should be taken after a meal. Some people feel that taking the product with high fatty foods will help its absorption, but this is just bro science. Granted I don’t think it will hurt, so a person can take with some sort of fatty food. It is easily taken in capsules or powder form introduction. One can easily buy Aniracetam on the internet.
People that take this drug are mostly doing so to help with brain power. Aniracetam typically will increase memory, decrease anxiety and depression. It has also been used to treat other neurological disorders. It falls under the category of racetams, which are a type of ampakines.
Benefits Of Aniracetam
1. Nootropics may not affect the central nervous system like stimulants.
2. Could improves the memory of adults.
3. It may helps in the formation of the synaptic in the brain thereby enhancing memory and learning.
4. Neuroprotection and neuroplasticity
5. It helps with mental fatigue and people that have recent surgery.
6. It helps support general feelings of happiness.
7. Elderly people can use this drug for the treatment of dimentia
8. It could help lower anxiety and maybe improve mood.
9. It can sometimes be used as a sleep aid.
The required daily dosage is in the range of 750 milligrams to four thousand five hundred milligrams. But quite frankly that is just guessing. The truth of the matter is that all the recommended dosages are from people that experiment. As with any drug, one would want to start the minimal dosage as possible and work your way up from there. Most people start with 500 mg. The dosage should be taken divided throughout the day after meals if possible. In most cases, a person will have to use this compound for 2 weeks before seeing any results.
It is better to take frequent dosages than larger ones.
Aniracetam Side Effects
Nootropic drugs are notorious for barely any side effects and good results. Users report very little serious side effects from what I have been seeing on Youtube.com. However I would not recommend the, “more is better”, train of thought. If the product does not work for someone I would recommend simply discontinuing the use instead of consuming more.
Everyone is different and their experiences with this drug will vary. Here are the most common Aniracetam side effects.
- digestive problems
Technically a person inside of the United States should not be in possession of prescription drugs without a doctor’s signature. Therefore if a person buys Aniracetam off the internet and they personally use it they are breaking the law. The companies that sell this drug are also breaking a law one way or another. The FDA tries their best to stop companies from selling Aniracetam, but there are just too many to stop them all. Here is an example of a letter the FDA sends to a company instructing them not to sell Aniracetam.
Below is a part in the letter from the FDA clearing stating this company is violating federal law.
Your products Adrafinil, Aniracetam, Bacopa Monnieri, L-Dopa, L-Theanine, Noopept, Phenylpiracetam, Piracetam, Rhodiola Rosea, and Uridine are intended for treatment of one or more diseases that are not amenable to self-diagnosis or treatment without the supervision of a licensed practitioner. Therefore, it is impossible to write adequate directions for a layperson to use your products safely for their intended purposes. Accordingly, Adrafinil, Aniracetam, Bacopa Monnieri, L-Dopa, L-Theanine, Noopept, Phenylpiracetam, Piracetam, Rhodiola Rosea, and Uridine fail to bear adequate directions for their intended uses and, therefore, the products are misbranded under section 502(f)(1) of the Act [21 U.S.C. § 352(f)(1)]. The introduction or delivery for introduction into interstate commerce of these misbranded drugs violates section 301(a) of the Act [21 U.S.C. § 331(a)].
Where To Buy Aniracetam
This is the tricky part. There are no legitimate manufacturers of this drug. Anyone claiming to be is a liar. A company cannot make this drug and sell it to the layman person. Pharmaceutical companies are regulated and the products they produce are controlled by federal regulations. Therefore when you make a purchase for this compound one is really taking a big chance. I have been manufacturing supplements for about 20 years and I am very familiar with food and supplement regulations. Pharmaceutical manufacturing is slightly different but the regulations are fairly the same. These so-called companies that are selling people nootropics online are doing so simply out of their basements, houses, or small warehouse. They are essentially flying under the radar of the FDA. Until they get big enough, someone gets sick, or they simply come upon the FDA’s radar and get caught. Just like the company above that was sent a letter by the FDA.
The Solution To Buy Aniracetam
If a person wished to buy Aniracetam, the first thing I would recommend would be to get in contact with the company that you find online and ask them the following questions.
- Where do you get your nootropics from? Ninety-nine percent of the companies will tell you China. Very rarely will a company tell you that they synthesize their own in the United States.
- Do you conduct any 3rd party lab testing on your products? Many companies nowadays that do not conduct 3rd party labs are saying they do. This means they are liars. Any nootropic that you buy that is manufactured by a quality manufacturer will put a lot number on the product. They will then send a random product sample to the laboratory to have it tested. The lab analysis will have the lot number of that particular product that was tested.
Take a look at this supposed lab analysis from a company called Pure Nootropics.
As you can see above there is no lot number. Additionally, the date on this certificate of analysis is from last August. As I write this it is May 2019. This means the last time this company made its Aniracetam product was almost 10 months ago. Something does not seem right to me. Getting laboratory tests done is expensive. Typically they run about $500.00. And technically, every new lot that is made should have a 3rd party lab test done to ensure the validity of the product.
Now take a look at this image below. This is from Purenootrpics.com. The image below is their “capsules facts”. This is a completely made up poppycock graphic. The FDA has established, drug facts, supplement facts, and nutrition facts. Capsule Facts is made up fairy dust. In my opinion, this company tried to make this product, “look” more professional by calling it capsule facts when in fact technically it should be labeled drug facts or nothing at all. What I find hilarious is that they added percentage of daily values to it. Just a pathetic attempt to make this product look legitimate.
I went ahead and looked at another company called Nootropics Depot. Nootropics Depot has an extensive web page on their quality control procedures. Whomever wrote that page seems to know what they are talking about. But I do have some issues with what they are saying on their website and why I think they are trying to pull the wool over the consumers eye.
First off, they clearly state on their website that they conduct 3rd party lab testing on all of their products. I went ahead first and look at one of their dietary supplements called Bacognize. To the untrained person this below looks like it could be a lab analysis. But to me, an expert that knows what a third party lab analysis looks like, this is not it. This is simply a specification sheet that may or may not have been changed to look like it came from Nootropics Depot. But one thing is for sure, it is NOT a third party lab analysis.
The bottom line is that if one plans to buy drugs on the internet without a prescription you are playing Russian roulette. The only true way to know is that the company that is selling it to you puts a lot number on the drug they are selling you and sends it off to a 3rd party laboratory to get tested. That analysis should have the lot number of the product tested. And technically if you call the company that made it they should have batch records readily available for you to see. Master manufacturing records, batch records, identity testing, microbial testing are all things that should be conducted by the company selling you these products. If you email them and ask them these questions they should give you straight answers. Any company that avoids these questions is suspect.
The Nootropic Companies That I Have Analyzed
Over the course of this article, I will post companies that I have analyzed. I am not saying I recommend them or endorse them. That decision is up to the reader of this article. Take the information that I give you and use it to make your own decision when it comes to buying Aniracetam. My personal recommendation is NOT to use drugs without a doctors prescription and go with something like Alpha-GPC or another dietary supplement that is legal to use.
As of April 22, 2020 Paradigm research products is what I’m recommending if one wished to buy nootropics.