Aniracetam

Racetam Chemical Ampakine Nootropic 72432-10-1 Aniracetam

 

Product Name : Aniracetam Powder
CAS Registry Number : 72432-10-1
Molecular Formula : C12H13NO3
Molecular Weight : 219.24
Purity : 99%
Grade : Pharmaceutical Grade
Appearance : White cystalline powder

 

Aniracetam (Draganon, Sarpul, Ampamet, Memodrin, Referan), also known as N-anisoyl-2-pyrrolidinone, is an ampakine nootropic of the racetam chemical class purported to be considerably more potent than piracetam. It is lipid-soluble and has possible cognition-enhancing effects. It has been tested in animals extensively, Alzheimer’s patients, and temporarily impaired healthy subjects.

 

Aniracetam Benefits

As stated above, Aniracetam can have many off-label uses. It is considered a fairly safe and low toxicity substance to improve cognition and memory or reduce anxiety symptoms. Like other racetams, it can have an added benefit of reducing free radicals and oxidative stress in the brain which can lead to degenerative diseases and neurological complications. It should not be used as a main line of defence or treatment for degenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Dementia but may have merit in reducing some of the symptoms associated. Below, are some of the common observed benefits of Aniracetam. Results may vary.

 

Improved Memory
Increased Learning Ability
Improved Cognitive Processing
Heightened Reflexes
Heightened Perception
Reduced Anxiety
Reduced Depression

 

Aniracetam Dosage

Doses between 10 mg/kg bodyweight and 100 mg/kg bodyweight have been used in rats with efficacy in laboratory settings. Limited human evidence finds that oral doses in the 1,000-1,500 mg range (over the course of a day) tend to be effective.

Doses as low as 400 mg have been reported to have some efficacy, and it is common to take the above 1,000-1,500 mg aniracetam in two divided doses of 500-750 mg twice daily with meals.

 

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