Aniracetam Powder Aniracetam.jpg

Aniracetam is a popular choice among nootropic users for its ability to enhance cognition while reducing anxiety and boosting mood. It’s also moderately priced and has little to no reported side effects when taken at recommended dosages.

Aniracetam is chemically classed as a racetam (a drug that shares a pyrrolidone nucleus), and like most racetams, it works to a large extent by modulating neurotransmitters.

Here are some of aniracetam’s highlights:

  • 8x more potent than piracetam
  • Increases literary fluidity and learning of abstract concepts
  • Ampakine nature causes increased memory retention
  • Anxiolytic/mood enhancer
  • Creativity booster
  • Vision appears sharper, more vivid
  • Improves right brain functioning

The majority of people that have taken aniracetam report that its anxiolytic and mood enhancing effects are notable. Users report an increase in social confidence and improved verbal fluency.

Despite aniracetam being fat soluble, which often indicates a slower breakdown with lasting effects, it only has a half-life of 1-3 hours, meaning it effects are short lived compared to some other nootropics. For this reason, it may be preferable to dose it 2-3 times a day, as necessary.

Aniracetam Basic Info

Product Name: Aniracetam
CAS : 72432-10-1
Appearance : White crystalline powder
Identification : Must positive
Melting point  : 119°C ~122°C
Absorbance : 476~506
Chlorides : ≤0.014%
Sulfate : ≤0.04%
Loss on drying : <0.5%
Related substances : <1.0%
Sulfated ash : <0.1%
Heavy metals : ≤20ppm
Product Categories: Brain health drug;Nootropic;Heterocycles;Intermediates & Fine Chemicals;Neurochemicals;Pharmaceuticals

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