• Image of Oxiracetam(700mg) + CDP Choline(250mg)
  • Image of Oxiracetam(700mg) + CDP Choline(250mg)
  • Image of Oxiracetam(700mg) + CDP Choline(250mg)
  • Image of Oxiracetam(700mg) + CDP Choline(250mg)
  • Image of Oxiracetam(700mg) + CDP Choline(250mg)

NOW WITH MB BRAIN SPIKE OPTION!

Oxiracetam is one of the first two(the other being Ani) well-studied derivative-sprout branches of the protonoot, Piracetam.

Like other racetams, it has been seen to enhance brain metabolization and increase ATP/LTP production, as well as modulate AMPA/NMDA receptors, acetylcholine levels, and general communication of the brain's hemispheres in a positive way.

A few noticeable things that make Oxiracetam stand out from its racetam brethren are:

1. Roughly 3-8x more potent than Piracetam
2. Mild central nervous system stimulant('caffeine-like' in its effects)
3. Leans towards logic-based forms of cognition and auditory depth
4. Unlike every other racetam, has a very sweet, only slightly bitter taste

[In one animal study, pregnant rats were fed Oxiracetam steadily over their pregnancy to test its teratological(developmental abnormalities) effects on their young. The young were not only born perfectly healthy, but were noticeably more curious and adaptable than the control group in a myriad of tests taken over the course of both groups lives]

CDP(Cytidine DiPhosphate) Choline, also known as Citicoline, is a highly bioavailable choline-containing phospholipid Nootropic compound that dissociates in-vivo into the compounds Choline and Cytidine, the latter of which is then quickly converted into Uridine, one of the four basic components of RNA(Ribonucleic Acid). The benefits of taking CDP compared to a lesser choline source is that it provides the body with enough raw choline along with cofactors for various (*)choline esters to both facilitate neurotransmitter production(via (*acetyl)choline) AND strengthen neuronal membrane integrity(via (*phosphatidyl)choline), by removing unnecessary steps in various cholinergic syntheses and keeping the body from cannibalizing one process for another due to limited available materials to work with.