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Nootropics are a very good bonus to students and researchers. “Almost everyone uses a nootropic, whether they know it or not”, says D’Adamo.

He’s talking about caffeine, and while it can have health risks if you overdo it, this natural stimulant has been shown to improve thinking skills.

It doesn’t simply make you feel more alert. Caffeine (another helpful drug but not necessarily nootropics) also gives you more access to several chemicals (neurotransmitters) in your brain such as acetylcholine.

This helps with short-term memory and learning.

This is by far the best ‘go-to’ drug for young and working scientists.

This category is mostly bought by aging people who are 34 years and above as shown by our research.

Particularly since the drug helps them make up for their decline in thinking skills.

Racetams, such as piracetam, are another type of nootropic.

You can get these synthetic compounds over the counter in the U.S., but they’re considered prescription drugs in some other countries.

These chemicals, which act on neurotransmitters including acetylcholine, and they have been studied in older adults who have a decline in thinking skills. we sell them to anyone looking to try it out with no raised eyebrows.