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What is Coluracetam?

August 31, 2019 by freemexy  

What is Coluracetam?

Developed in Japan by the Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Nandrolone powder in 2005, Coluracetam is a popular nootropic that has been on the market since 2013.It hasn't yet gained the popularity of Phenylpiracetam, Piracetam, and other racetams, but has a growing number of ardent users, including students and people with depression and anxiety.Used as a cognitive enhancer in non-clinical settings, Coluracetam synthesizes Acetylcholine and increases choline uptake.Users report a slight throbbing in the temples after taking the drug, but it soon dissipates, and they begin to feel alert and experience a clearer, more distinct field of vision.Acetylcholine is made from choline. Even if you take Coluracetam or another supplement to improve Acetylcholine levels, it's important to get choline from the foods you eat.Eggs, meat, poultry, fish, dairy products, and spinach, are good sources of choline, which is a member of the B vitamin family.

Coluracetam is said to have a more relaxed effect than Noopept and other Racetams. It might be worth checking out if you're sensitive to the potent stimulant properties of some nootropics.It's also water-soluble, so you may want to take it with B-complex vitamins, fish oil or other water soluble supplements. Users report it lasts three to four hours, with brief mood-brightening effects along with the longer-lasting cognitive ones.Matcha green tea and gingko Biloba have the same mild attention-sharpening effects as Coluracetam and are easier to buy than other Racetams. You can buy them at your local health food store.Coluracetam is legal to buy and sell in the U.S. It is available by prescription in the U.K., but it's legal to possess without a prescription.

One of the newest members of the Racetam family, the jury,'s still out on Coluracetam, as it hasn't garnered enough studies and user reviews to assess its potential.The few reports we have seen, though, are positive. The main takeaway for non-clinical users? Coluracetam may be worth it if you can't use Noopept or other Racetams.There aren't a lot of studies or user reports to ascertain its effectiveness, so you'll need to take a small dose and draw your own conclusions.There are two distinct ways nootropics - or any supplement- can help your brainpower for studying and concentration.A supplement can give you super-intense focus and fast, laser-sharp thinking (like Noopept or Aniracetam), but creative, right-brain-oriented types may prefer a kinder, gentler form of concentration. Coluracetam is the latter, as it is also used for anti-anxiety purposes.Coluracetam has been studied for the treatment of schizophrenia. Researchers treated rats exposed to cocaine, phencyclidine, and carbachol with Coluracetam.The results showed Coluracetam reduced locomotor dysfunction and helped stop the decline in choline acetyltransferase cells. Based on this, researchers believe Coluracetam may be a viable treatment for schizophrenia.This racetam may also work on the part of your brain responsible for vision. Some users report an increase in visual clarity, with colors and shapes appearing sharper and more defined. However, no psychedelic effects are evident; it merely enhances eyesight.Since Coluracetam shows promise for relieving anxiety and depression, there are sure to be more studies conducted on this drug.The state of California gave Coluracetam a "Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Program Grant" due to its possible effectiveness for treating Anxiety and Major Depressive Disorders (MDD).