VINPOTROPILE®/Vinotropil [Biohacker Review]


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By Jonathan Roseland

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This is a combination of Piracetam and Vinpocetine. I've been using it for about a month. One of the nice things about Racetams is that you can usually ascertain their Nootropic effect relatively rapidly.

You guys know I'm not a big fan of Vinpocetine, it's a lackluster Nootropic and when I've used it in isolation I was always pretty underwhelmed by the effects but it only contains a very small amount of Vinpo, it mostly consists of one of my all-time favorite smart drugs, Piracetam. Each of these little capsules is 5 milligrams of Vinpocetine and 400 milligrams of Piracetam.

For those of you who aren't acquainted with Vinpocetine, it's a cerebral vasodilator, which means that it increases blood flow to the brain, which makes you more alert and energetic. Vasodilators tend to potentiate whatever other drugs you are taking. If you drink alcohol you'll get drunker, if you smoke weed you'll get higher, and if you snort some cocaine perhaps you'll end up getting into an epic break-dancing battle with a guy wearing no shirt! You would expect it to also potentiate the Piracetam but this effect was not conspicuous to me.

Long-term usage of Piracetam is typically associated with an improved ability to access long-term memory and verbal intelligence. I didn't notice these effects as conspicuously as I have in the past when I used Piracetam.

I typically did two capsules a day, in the morning and the mid-afternoon. Which is not a whole lot.

I combined it with Semax, Rhodiola, and these Adaptogen extracts that I've been using. Nothing interesting to report from these combinations.

I experienced no choline headaches or other undesirable effects.

It looks like there are about six studies on Pubmed specifically on this product VINPOTROPILE® and there was a clinical trial of 20 patients done in 2010, from its abstract:

The higher performance on the task and less errors were seen in the proof test that reflected the increase of attention/concentration. Patients showed the significant improvement on a scale that assessed self-rated health, activity and mood. The emotional state was normalized in 50% of patients during the treatment with vinpotropile. No adverse effects were observed.

But it's not a very significant study because it doesn't mention if it is placebo-controlled and that's a small study group, I offer this not as a criticism of Vinotropil but just to explain the science.

In conclusion, I think I'd rather just do Piracetam. It's a better value, even though this product is pretty cheap - it's just 13 euros. Piracetam is something that you can modulate the dosage with quite a bit.

About VINPOTROPILE (aka Vinotropil)

A combined drug. Its active substances are Vinpocetine and Piracetam. Vinpocetine has cerebro-protecting properties and Piracetam has nootropic properties. The drug enhances micro-circulation and improves oxygen supply to brain cells. Piracetam increases brain cell metabolism and energy levels. In elderly people, the drug can improve posture. The main action of the drug is to oxygenate and activate cerebral metabolism.

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