How many of you guys have heard of Noopept?
This is a more powerful racetam/dipeptide that was developed over in Russia and is currently being sold over there as viagra for the human mind. It's marketed as a memory enhancer.
Here's an interesting report I read from someone whose tried this on another forum:
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE </div><div class='quotemain'>Originally Posted by Riemann Zeta
Noopept (GVS-111) - First Trial - This One's Special
This is my first trial of an experimental pre-clinical cognitive enhancing compound known as Noopept (GVS-111). The compound could loosely be called a piracetam derivative, but in reality it is a pyrrolidine-containing dipeptide. The standardized long-form chemical name of noopept is: N-phenylacetyl-L-prolyl-glycine ethyl ester...just rolls off the tongue, right? Despite the fact that it is a peptide, it is said to be bioavailable and gets to the brain after sublingual, oral and (probably) intranasal administration. Anyway, like the more well known phenylpiracetam, this compound is a Russian-designed nootropic indicated as a neuroprotectant and general cognition expander. There is an older Russian paper (Ostrovskaya et al, 2002) claiming that it is 200-50000 times as potent as good old piracetam in animal models of drain bamage . As it turns out, it's good shit. While phenylpiracetam didn't live up to its promised (i.e. extraordinarily hyped) potency compared to the rest of the 'racetam series, but this one might.
My first dose was a modest 5mg, taken sublingually. Not too much was noticed, effect-wise. Anything that was noticed was likely placebo, a result of the overall excitement of trying a brand new experimental chemical. The second dose the next day was 10mg, again taken sublingually. This time the effects were more apparent: a general increase in alertness/awareness without any kind of amphetaminergic stimulation. Over the next few days, the dose was increased to 10-15mg BID. The effects of this compound seem cumulative, increasing over a few days of dosing (like most of the other piracetam derivatives). During the 4th or 5th day in, I definitely notice an increase in fluidity while writing--it seems more effortless--and my attention is increased. I normally take dextroamphetamine daily for ADD and noopept syncs very nicely with the amphetamine. Pramiracetam was another racetam compound that I found to sync well with amphetamine, but it seemed to greatly increased jaw muscle tension (which I normally don't get unless I'm on a psychedelic). Noopept, on the other hand, feels extremely smooth and crystal clean in concert with (d)-amphetamine. In addition, noopept seems to exert a nice light anxiolytic effect--not a sedating anxiolytic effect, but a feeling that you can handle multitasking without getting overwhelmed.
In short, noopept is highly recommended--it is probably the best piractam-like compound that I have tried (a list that includes piracetam, aniracetam, oxiracetam, pramiracetam and phenylpiracetam). If I had to stand up and pull a number out of my ass, I would say that it is at least a 1000 times the potency of piracetam, but with more enjoyable and profound effects.</div>
Unfortunately, The only way to get Noopept at the moment here in the States is thru another chemical supply company (who probably sell miniscule amounts for high $) or Bulk order. Here's an e-mail, I've recieved from a supplier for the bulk order of Noopept:
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE </div><div class='quotemain'>thank you for your inquired
For the GVS-111 the price for 225 gram is USD 1500 , 450 grams is USD 2000, 1kg is USD 3000
deliver time is 4 weeks, and you need prepay .
If you have any comment, pls let me know, I will try to help you</div>
From various studies, it seems no more than 50 mg (a quite excessive amount) of Noopept would be used per day. $1500/6=$250 per person (still alot of $ unfortunately), which would mean 225grams/6=37.5grams (37,500mg) per person for $250. 37,500 (total mg)/50 (mg per day)=750 days if someone were to take all the way up to 50 mg per day (which may not be recommended).
At 365 days in a year, this amount could last someone about 2 years (and that's only if they took it in higher amounts every day, which I beleive is an overly excessive amount and wouldn't do) based on the math for a bulk order of 6 people ordering 225 grams and splitting it up amongst themselves.
I'm not trying to suggest that I'm personally going to bulk order anything but just thought this would be an interesting peice of info. for you guys to look at. Feel free to respond with insight of your own.