Coluracetam by Intellimeds
Coluracetam is a nootropic from the racetam family. It works as a high affinity choline uptake enhancer and was originally developed for use with Alzheimers disorder although it did not reach endpoints in clinical trials. Another clinical trial, carried out by BrainCells Inc have suggested that it would be a potential medication for depression and anxiety . By increasing choline uptake and synthesizing Acetylcholine it is thought to enhance cognition, improve memory and help rational decision making.
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Enhances memory and learning
Promotes focus and concentration
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I was thinking about why this might be and then I remembered reading that if you use racetams you need to supplement with acetylcholine. I was astounded at that moment with this affect and since I have a medical background I was trying logically find out how this worked. This is what I came up with, in chemistry there is a term known as a limiting factor used to describe a point that a reaction can no longer continue. The limiting factor is basically something that is need in order for the reaction to continue and without it the reaction stops. This is the best way that I can describe the effect I received from coluracetam. I believe that since every time you make a neural connection you use a certain amount of acetylcholine up. Once you get to a point that you deplete the acetylcholine to a certain level then it becomes difficult to focus or perform mental tasks, this may also present as a headache. For this reason whenever you use racetam supplements you should always include it with an acetylcholine booster (to avoid reaching this point where you can't continue working because you depleted your stores of acetycholine). In my opinion and from my experience it is good to stack an acetylcholine booster while on racetams and then combine this stack with coluracetam. The acetylcholine booster in my opinion isn't enough alone, you need to take it with coluracetam to increase the bodies ability to uptake the acetylcholine in the brain to a useable form. This will greatly reduce your chances of getting a headache, and should ensure that the acetylcholine levels in your brain shouldn't fall below a level that affects your concentration.
Honestly, since I started using this approach I found that my already increased productivity gained from smart supplementation has increased to new highs. Actually, I was so focused one day that I began working in the morning and kept working until around 9 or 10 at night, without feeling the need nor desire to stop, and I was extremely productive the entire time. The only problem I was able to find, was that I became so focused on my work that I began to ignore some of my other basic needs, such as stopping to eat. That day in particular, I found that once I did stop studying I was dizzy, not a headache but I felt quizzy. I felt similar to this once when my blood sugar level was off, so I got something to eat and felt better. So in my experience you can't beat this stack for focus and productivity. I would say that if you are planning to take racetams, you should consider it necessary to include it with both an acetycholine booster, and coluracetam or you are just wasting your time.
Hans Lohan, M.D.