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  1. Are your nootropics offered in powder form? At this time we do not offer our available nootropics in powder form. While dealing with nootropics in powder form certainly has its benefits, capsules provide convenience and user-friendliness that you can’t get when using scoops, scales and home encapsulating machines. We recognize that one ...
  2. Can I drink alcohol with nootropics? Every nootropic functions differently when combined with alcohol so it’s probably better to err on the side of caution. Alcohol affects just about every system of the body, including the brain and the central nervous system. Nootropics work, in part, by changing the levels of certain ...
  3. Can nootropics make you jittery the way caffeine does? Some nootropics do come with caffeine. If you are susceptible to caffeine jitters, you will want to stay away from ones that have a lot of caffeine in them. The good news is that there are plenty of caffeine-free or low in caffeine versions of nootropics, just do your research first.
  4. Would nootropics test positive on drug tests? Drug screens do not test for the drugs directly. They test for metabolites that drugs break down in the body. Sometimes unrelated drugs break down into similar metabolites causing a false reading. Common drug screens do not look for nootropics. Standard 5-panel drug screens (commonly used for ...
  5. Why do people use nootropics? Everyone has their own reason for turning to nootropics to boost their own natural cognitive performance. We tend to work harder and harder until it exceeds the human’s mental and physical ability and capacity. We can simply say that there are things which we cannot do, therefore we need ...
  6. What is stacking? A nootropic stack is a combination of two or more nootropic supplements taken together or in a sequence to create specific cognitive benefits. Someone might stack nootropics in order to get the best of both or to curb the side effects of one. For example, you might take one nootropic supplement ...
  7. What are other names for nootropics? Nootropics are known under different designations. Some of them are smart drugs, memory enhancers, cognitive enhancers, noots, mood brighteners, brain supplements, study aids, brain drugs, intelligence enhancers, nutraceuticals, and brain pills.
  8. What nootropic dosage should I use? One of the biggest mistakes new nootropics users make is thinking that taking more of a substance is always better. The reality is that at high doses the costs of side effects often outweigh the benefits. However, everyone is affected differently, and at too low a dose, the main effect might ...
  9. How long have people been using nootropics? The first nootropic, piracetam was created in the 1960’s by Romanian psychologist and chemist, Corneliu E. Giurgea. And over the years since, as more nootropics were created they have become more commonly used. But even before the first nootropic creation people tried to enhance their mental ...
  10. How long does it take for a nootropic to take effect? Time to effectiveness depends on the particular nootropic. Some work rather quickly as early as 30 minutes, while others need time to build up in the body over the course of several days to weeks in order to reach optimal concentrations. Many times this depends on the type of nootropic you are ...

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