Buying Phenibut 101 – the best vendors, its benefits, and safe dosages

buying phenibut (aka Noofen)

This article, like all my articles, is subject to this Site's medical disclaimer. This article is in NO WAY medical advice nor approved by the FDA. I'm not a doctor. Talk with your doctor before taking anything, especially if you're on medications. Some links below to vendors/products are affiliate links. If you decide to buy Read More…

Josh Waitzkin’s 2nd Tim Ferriss Interview Podcast Transcript

MP3 of this interview PDF of this interview PDF transcript of both Josh's Tim Ferris interviews Interview Date: 23 Mar 2016 Share this page with one person who you'd think it'd help the most. My other Josh Waitzkin posts Part 1: The Art of Self-Mastery Part 2: Hemingway's Secret to Maintaining "Creative Power Momentum" Part Read More…

How to Choose What Nootropics to Take: For Beginners. Try the 3rd Stack Template First.

How to choose what nootropics to take for beginners

You're focused. You found your burning why. You're immersed in clarity. Two objectives for today: A) Now, think about HOW to choose what to take. B) As you read, think about what's the best way to reach your goal(s)? This article will be a compass for both. Here are a few suggestions When I started Read More…

Powder City is closed forever? Coupon Inside

Got an email from them this morning. Looks like they are closing forever on March 31st. They were one of my favorite suppliers. Great prices, fast shipping, safe stuff. Never had a problem with them. I figured the least I could do was to pass on what they emailed me: Shop Powder City before they Read More…

November 2015 update

I started this site because I'm very interested in improvement and growth. But I also started a side project that's doing very well. I'm spending all of my time on it. Hence the lack of posts. The greatest thing about making money is the increase in choices and freedom right? If I write any more Read More…

Struggle. Overcome. Grow. Repeat.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWSZ1DKjNzY Thanks to Fawky for posting this Remember in the last post I talked about how there is beauty in adversity? When your brain struggles with a problem, reviews it, and "processes the feedback"...apparently the best way to grow is immersion into and contemplating a tough problem. Do some recreational math. Process why your previous Read More…

Mastering the CounterIntuitive: My Current Approach to Using Nootropics

I approach nootropics with the attitude of "use them to bolster what is already there." "Don't use them if you don't have to" is a guideline I follow. You might be thinking, "But this is a blog about nootropics." I'd holla back, "Yeah, primarily. But it's deeper than that. Look closer. Barring modafinil, How much Read More…

Nootropics for diabetes? Noopept might work.

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Noopept's co-creator Dr. Rita Ostrovskaya says it's likely that it and other nootropics can help battle diabetes. This is another "notes" post, from Smart Drug Smarts podcast. This time: a short history and primer on noopept Let's get into it. It was invented out of a desire to improve on Piracetam because... Dr. Rita says Read More…

Aniracetam: a small primer

It's is a fat-soluble derivative of Piracetam. It is stronger than Piracetam (but weaker than Noopept). Would be best for creative and "big picture thinking" tasks. Things you may notice (anecdotal): Increased perception of visual and aural stimuli Decreased anxiety Increased motivation Better focus Better resilience against stress and depression Examine.com had this to say Read More…

Oxiracetam: a small primer

It's is derivative of GABA. It seems to be stronger and quicker-acting that Aniracetam and definitely Piracetam (but weaker than Noopept). Would be best for studying math and sciences since a research study showed it caused slight improvement in logical tasks. May improve spatial memory and orientation1 Protects the brain's ability to retrieve long-term memories2 Read More…