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Lemon Balm – An Exercise in Individuality

Most nootropics are broadly defined as substances that can improve cognitive function, such as alertness, memory, concentration, and mood. There are many different modes of action that create these effects, but often they function by altering neurotransmitters. The four main neurotransmitters (dopamine, serotonin, acetylcholine, and GABA) can be modulated to improve different aspects of cognition. […]


CILTeP – Research and Experiences

Anyone in the nootropics community has probably heard of CILTeP by now whether it was through the Longecity thread started by Abelard Lindsay or other sources. While this article will provide a brief explanation of the concept and more detailed research, the main aim is to discuss: Experiences of using CILTeP (both my own and […]


Tutorial to Track Mental Improvements with Nootropics

There are countless studies on the efficacy of nootropics, and racetams in particular, but there is an individualist element missing from all of these. Whether piracetam can improve cognitive ability in rats or even large groups of other people might make it worthwhile to try it yourself. However, without an understanding of whether or not the […]