Oxiracetam (750 mg x 30 capsules)
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Oxiracetam is a stimulant of the popular Racetam class. It is more potent than Piracetam and Aniracetam, the other drugs of the Racetam group. It benefits memory processes and improves long-term brain health. Oxiracetam increases cellular ATP and stimulates choline uptake for more efficient acetylcholine uptake, which is required for improved cognitive ability.
√ Enhances Cognitive Functions
√ Heightens Sensory Perception
√ Helps Retain Memory
√ Improves Focus, Concentration and Attention
√ Protect Against Brain Damage
Oxiracetam increases learning, memory, and is widely used for neuro protective capabilities.. It helps to boost memory, especially long-term memory and recall.
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement take 1 or 2 capsules daily or as directed by your health care professional.
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Oxiracetam For Focus
What is Oxiracetam?
Oxiracetam is another member of the racetam family. It is a true cognitive enhancer that affects a wide range of cognitive processes, improving everything from memory to attention span, learning capacity, focus, concentration, sensory perception, and even logical thinking. It also acts as a stimulant, increasing mental energy, alertness, and motivation.
When introduced in 1988, It was the first analog to be synthesized from piracetam, the original nootropic. Since then other additions to the ‘family’ include Aniracetam and Pramiracetam. Oxiracetam is said to be more potent and faster acting than piracetam therefore smaller doses are needed to achieve similar effects. Its stimulant properties, which are similar to those of phenylpiracetam, are frequently described by users as both mild and smooth, without the feeling of agitation common to other stimulants.
Oxiracetam has been extensively studied as a potential treatment for memory loss related to Alzheimer’s disease and other neurological conditions.
How does it work?
Evidence demonstrates that oxiracetam works on a number of processes in the brain particularly with neurotransmission. It affects both the cholinergic and glutamatergic systems and directly modulates the release of their respective neurotransmitters acetylcholine and glutamate. Both are crucial to memory, learning, and overall cognitive function. This action is similar to that of other racetams, including piracetam, but oxiracetam’s effect is more potent and long-lasting.
It facilitates long-term potentiation (LTP), a molecular episode critical for learning and memory. LTP is a stage where neurons are highly active after a new mentally stimulating experience. Oxiracetam’s effect on LTP suggests that it facilitates glutamate neurotransmission.
Oxiracetam enhances acetylcholine production by increasing activity of the enzyme choline acetyl transferase. The increase of acetylcholine availability in the brain improves neuronal connectivity.
All cell membranes are composed of a double layer of lipids and lipids contribute to cellular integrity and function. Oxiracetam affects lipid metabolism and in the brain which is especially lipid-rich, it increases the amount of phospholipids especially in the important hippocampus and neocortex areas.
Oxiracetam’s psychostimulatory effects are less well understood, though it’s believed to be related to its effect on the cholinergic system. If the brain is more actively taking in information and forming memories, a slight subjective increase in alertness makes sense.
Reported benefits of supplementation with oxiracetam powder are far-ranging, but not all of them are necessarily backed up with clinical data. Here’s some of the compound’s scientifically supported benefits:
Memory is enhanced, especially one’s long-term memory, as well as the ability to recall information. Not only is memory improved, but it appears as though one’s memory capacity temporary increases as well. Users have noted that oxiracetam is particularly useful when taking exams or studying math or logic-intensive subjects, though it can be a substantial aid in the study and retention of conceptual and creative subjects as well.
Logical/Technical Thinking Enhancement
Taking Oxieracetam improves the ability to think faster and more clearly. This is related to heightened levels of alertness. Observational skills are also improved. Some users also report that oxiracetam improves their analytical and reasoning skills
Numerous studies have shown oxiracetam to prevent damage to the brain from injury or natural neuro degradation. For example, a study on post-concussion syndrome showed that it was more effective than piracetam in preventing memory loss.
Numerous studies have shown that Oxiracetam improves both contextual and spatial abilities. It has also been found to increase logic and other skills regarding analytical reasoning.
Concentration and Focus
Oxiracetam is well known for improving users’ overall concentration and focus, making it easier to “stick to” a subject for longer periods without waning interest or attentiveness. Though many racetam class supplements have this capability to some extent, oxiracetam’s particular potency in this area makes it a student favorite, especially at exam time.
Many users report that they experience definite improvements in sensory perception when taking oxiracetam, with sounds seeming deeper and more complex and visual perceptions being more colorful with greater contrast. This phenomenon may be due at least in part to increased left brain function when taking oxiracetam.
Increased Physical and Mental Energy
Oxiracetam acts as a mild central nervous system stimulant, increasing both physical and mental energy without the nervous or jittery feelings that amphetamines and other CNS stimulants may create. Most users consider this aspect to be among the supplement’s most beneficial effects, particularly when studying or preparing for exams.
Oxiracetam Side Effects
As with other racetam compounds, oxiracetam is well tolerated and has no serious side effects, even with long-term use. The most commonly reported unpleasant side effect of oxiracetam, and indeed of all racetam-class supplements, is a headache.
Headaches are usually related to either high dosage or choline depletion, therefore, adding a good choline source to your regimen or reducing the amount of oxiracetam ingested can often eliminate the problem.
Nausea, gastrointestinal distress and dizziness: This occurs when one takes more than the recommended dosage. It is not a major alarm to the oxiracetam uses since you stop the drug if you are experiencing this side effect and the system will stabilize within one or two days.
Insomnia, and sleep disturbances have been reported in some cases. It has been reported that users adding aniracetam to the stack reduce the problems of insomnia and sleep disturbances.
These side effects should not make you feel nervous as explained our body system react differently and they are so mild that they disappear after the body gets used to the stimulant. They are very safe and non-toxic giving your brain a real cognitive boost. It has been tested with low incidence of side effects.
However, people with kidney disorders may experience more severe side effects, because oxiracetam is eliminated from the body by the kidneys (rather than the liver). Seek a medical professional’s advice before using.
Like all nootropics, oxiracetam should be cycled to avoid building up a tolerance to it.
Oxiracetam was created by the Italian pharmaceutical company ICF and was first brought to the market in 1988. Because Oxiracetam has been around for more than twenty five years it has given researchers and scientists plenty of time to study its effects.
This powerful nootropic is a popular choice for all kinds of people looking for a boost in cognitive functions for their daily lives. Oxiracetam, when taken in recommended dosage levels, has been proven to be non-toxic and effective in boosting cognitive functions.
There is no generally established medical dosage of Oxiracetam set out by the FDA in the United States. However, most people recommend taking between 800 to 2,400 milligrams of Oxiracetam each day.
This dose should be divided into several even administrations throughout the day. The recommendation is to take some in the morning upon waking, then again a few hours later, and finally one dosing more in the early evening. To avoid the stimulation in the night, it is better to take the final dose 5-6 hours before sleeping.
If you are a beginner, start with a very small oxiracetam dosage to be on the safer side. For optimal benefit take a little scoop in the morning after waking up, then again a few hours later, and finally one dose in the early evening that would be the best way to get desired results.
Oxiracetam Stacking Advise
Oxiracetam can be taken alone but also does very well in nootropic stacks for synergistic benefits. You can stack Oxiracetam with a number of racetams including Piracetam and Aniracetam. Increasing choline is a great idea as it not only improves the effects but helps eliminate potential headaches. Alpha GPC is a great option to take in a stack.
Oxiracetam and Choline Stack
Users can take suitable form of choline supplement (alpha GPC) while taking oxiracetam. Many people have reported that the headache does not occur by adding a form of choline in the stack.
Oxiracetam and Aniracetam Stack
One popular stack of late is to take Oxiracetam in the morning to get you mentally prepared to take on the day and then Aniracetam in the evening to help you relax. The powerful cognitive enhancement and mild stimulant properties of both supplements work very well together.
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