What is Pramiracetam
Pramiracetam is a highly potent nootropic drug which is primarily derived from piracetam, the prototypical nootropic drug of the racetam family. Pramiracetam was introduced in late 1970s in Belgium and United States. The potency of the compound is considered 5 -10 times greater than piracetam itself as well as other racetams.
Pramiracetam differs from piracetam in its structure, and unlike the majority of racetams it is fat-soluble rather than water-soluble. It is reported that it the fat-solubility property of pramiracetam allows the compound to better cross cell membranes, and to cross the blood-brain barrier - which is a natural protection to brain from entrance of harmful chemicals through blood.
How Pramiracetam Works
It is thought that pramiracetam acts directly on hippocampus, which is the part of the brain linked to emotions, as well as short and long term memory. Animal studies have shown that pramiracetam enhances the rate of choline intake in the hippocampus. Choline is an important chemical as it is used by the brain to produce the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Higher levels of acetylcholine are associated with improved memory and recall.
Recommended Dosage / Usage Instructions
The recommended dosage for Pramiracetam is 500 - 1000 mg per day.
Pramiracetam is fat soluble and we advise you take it with food.