Articles under Pramiracetam


  • The Racetam Nootropic Drugs

    The Racetam Nootropic Drugs The racetam class of drugs have been approved in Europe since the early 1970s, yet they are still not approved in the USA, and they are unlikely to be approved in the US now since their patents have long since expired. Some nutritional companies are attempting to offer racetams in the United States, but since they do not meet the DHSEA (dietary, healt...
  • Smart drugs and nutrients, an interview with Ward Dean, M.D.

    Smart drugs and nutrients, an interview with Ward Dean, M.D. Phil Micans interviews Dr. Ward Dean, who is perhaps best known to the public for his two best-selling books on ‘Smart Drugs & Nutrients’ (versions I and II) in the early 1990’s. Dr. Dean graduated from the US Military Academy at West Point in 1967, and served in the Infantry for six years, posted to both Airborne and Ranger forces. He obtained his medical degree from Han Yang University in Korea in 1978, and re...
  • Application of smart drugs - for enhanced health and longevity

    Application of smart drugs - for enhanced health and longevity Is the new film Limitless fiction or fact? ‘Limitless,’ the movie, is explained by the following synopsis. A young writer has been down-and-out on this luck for several years. He has writer’s block, thus he cannot complete his half-finished novel. He is threatened with eviction from his apartment, his girlfriend leaves him, and he mope...
  • Pramiracetam: The ultimate smart-drug?

    Pramiracetam: The ultimate smart-drug? Technically speaking a “smart-drug” should be called a “nootropic.” This was a term originally coined by Dr. Giurgea in the 1970’s and taken from Greek to mean; “acting on or towards the mind.” (1,9) In the medical sense a nootropic is restricted to a particular specialist class of drugs (2), but today the public are more likely to use the term “smart drug” to refer to any substance that has a positive effect on memory and cog...
  • Anti-Depressive Procedures

    Anti-Depressive Procedures Ed.- Dr. Brown is one of the leading psychiatrists in New York and is a forthright and strong advocate of cutting-edge international pharmaceutical technology. He is also a regular author of innovative medical books both for the public and professional alike. His latest pennings are professional publications outlining the medical uses of several new products and protocols, the first is called Alternative Treatments in Psychiatry and published...
  • Beating Attention Deficit Disorder

      Beating Attention Deficit Disorder (or Nutrition and Nootropics For Focus & Attention) By James South MA   "Concentration" denotes the ability to sustain focused attention on a given object, external (such as people or rocks or colors), or internal (such as thoughts, feelings or sensations). The power of concentration also involves the ability to screen out irrelevant distractions that might divert or disrupt sustained, focused attention. Although animals ca...
  • Nootropics put your brain into overdrive

    Nootropics put your brain into overdrive Nootropics are low toxicity ‘smart drugs’ that boost brain activity and memory without affecting the nervous system. Some pharmaceuticals are called 'smart drugs' because of their ability to enhance the brain's function. Some smart drugs aren't a drug at all, they’re nutrients. A more accurate description of chemicals that can boost bra...
  • Nootropics - Reviewing The Smart-Drugs

    Nootropics - Reviewing The Smart-Drugs Over 30 years have passed since the "Nootropic Revolution" quietly began with the development of Piracetam (PIR) in the late 1960's. The second wave of this pharmacologic revolution occurred in the late 1970's with the development of Oxiracetam (OXR), Pramiracetam (PRM) and Aniracetam (ANR). The PIR-nootropics were revolutionary in at least two ways. They combined physiological and medical efficacy with a virtual absence of toxici...
  • James South - My Personal Supplement Regime

    James South - My Personal Supplement Regime Since 1971, at age 23, I have been pursuing the "elixir of life" and the "fountain of youth." I suffered many severe health problems from infancy, including disabling allergies and asthma; severe arthritis of the knees; motion sickness so severe I would sometimes vomit riding in the car; and neuromuscular balance and co-ordination problems that would frequently cause me to trip going upstairs, or even over my own feet. By the t...
  • Synergistic Program - Age Prevention

    What is the best way to tackle aging? How can we prevent aging’s annoyances from becoming disorders and diseases? We’ve done our best to simplify the answers for you by breaking down the protocols and products into 4 categories. We hope that you enjoy reading about this program and t...