99% Purity Fasoracetam Noopept Drugs Powder


99% Purity Fasoracetam Noopept Drugs Powder


Fasoracetam (NS-105/LAM-105) is a relatively new Piracetam-like nootropic, which, as the name suggests, belongs to the racetam family of nootropics. Fasoracetam is a very potent racetam with a great potential as a cognitive enhancer. It has a chemical structure of (5R)-5-(piperidine-1-carbonyl) pyrrolidin-2-one and was originally developed by a company called Nippon Shinyaku in search for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease.

Fasoracetam is highly attractive to college students and anyone who has a fast-paced life that calls for multi-tasking. Many want to get ahead, retain more information, maintain the knowledge they gather and have a good recall of everything that they need to recall.

Fasoracetam affects three kinds of receptors in the brain: the cholinergic, GABA and glutamate. As a result it has nootropic, anxiolytic and antidepressant properties. For example, Fasoracetam targets and modulates glutamate receptors that are implicated in a range of cognitive functions, such as memory and learning. In addition,

Fasoracetam upregulates GABAB receptors that play a very important role in many physiological and psychological processes. GABA is the main inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain, thus dysfunctions of the GABA system are associated with anxiety and depression disorders.

Fasoracetam is mainly used by advanced nootropic enthusiasts who seek togain stronger effects compared to other racetams (e.g., Aniracetam, Oxiracetam, Nefiracetam). The concentration level of Fasoracetam is thought to be very similar to Noopept, which is about 1000 times stronger than Piracetam (the original racetam).

Fasoracetam,Its potency and different benefits mean that the users experience improvements in general intelligence while also reducing anxiety symptoms. Such changes can be very beneficial in anyone's working life. There is also some evidence suggesting that Fasoracetam may be an effective treatment for the attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).




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