Piracetam, the best known “nootropic” or “smart drug”, is an intelligence booster and CNS (central nervous system) stimulant, capable of improving learning and memory, boosting conentration and even creativity, without any known side effects or toxicity. According to Wikipedia, Piracetam is a nootropic drug that appears to increase communication between the two hemispheres of the brain, and increases activity of the corpus callosum.
Is it Safe?
Yes, Piracetam has repeatedly been shown to have very few side effects, and those it has are typically reported as mild and transient. It is very well tolerated, with no known toxicity or addictive properties. Today it has a vast range of off-label applications, but was originally developed for use in dementia and diseases related to cognitive decline. Shortly after the release of Piracetam its breadth of application began to increase dramatically, as it showed an apparent ability to boost mental functioning in not just the cognitively declined but also healthy individuals, which was only bolstered by its incredible record of safety. For this reason it began to amas an almost cult following by students worldwide looking to gain an edge and improve their academic performance.
Yes. Piracetam is scheduled by the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration), but as of 2013 is not prohibited to import for personal usage. More…
Where can I buy Piracetam?
Unfortunately Piracetam cannot be purchased in Australia at this point in time. It can however be imported from overseas countries such as USA and Europe, which is what many Australians are doing everyday.