When I first started reading about nootropics, I was almost certain that I would be a racetam non-responder. Don’t ask me why, it was just this feeling I had deep down, like I would take a dose and expect to feel something significant and just wouldn’t.
Ultimately, I didn’t want to waste my money; so my first nootropic ended up being Noopept and sulbutiamine since they are billed as some of the most powerful and effective nootropics. These weren’t bad choices by any stretch and were actually quite effective, but eventually I couldn’t help but notice racetams were a staple in the nootropic world, and there had to be a good reason for it.
When I finally decided to purchase some pramiracetam from these guys and try a dose, I felt its effects rather quickly. I will admit that even though it seemed like a fluke at the time (I was still paranoid that I would be a non-responder), it has proven to be incredibly helpful to me.
I have to admit one negative that hit me immediately as I took my first dose though. The taste of pramiracetam powder is really terrible, almost unbearable when just mixed with water (don’t even try it without mixing it with something). You’re probably going to want to mix it with something equally strong tasting to fight fire with fire, so to speak. Or, a better solution (and the one I prefer) would be to pick up some empty capsules or pre-measured pramiracetam caplets.
Being a fan of stimulant supplements, I’ve always wanted to ask for a prescription of methylphenidate, dextro-amphetamine, or levoamphetamine for some occasional, productive use in the gym or at work. However, I never quite pushed myself to go to the doctor, though, because there was a nagging worry about addiction and brain damage.
This is probably the biggest reason I got into nootropics: I was looking for an amphetamine like boost without the negative amphetamine like lifestyle. We can all use some extra energy and focus from time to time, but amphetamines can have some very nasty side effects and are known to be extremely habit forming.
Where I am Now
Pramiracetam powder (I’m now in week three of my routine) has proven to not only be an amphetamine alternative, but superior to them as well. Here’s what I’ve noticed so far:
- There is no crash and no compulsive element to its use.
- Pramiracetam has low toxicity and evidence shows it might even be an overall good supplement for your brain. 
- Rather than developing a tolerance like with many nootropics, I’ve found myself growing more sensitive to pramiracetam. Especially during the second week, 1600 mg felt stronger every morning, noon, and afternoon that I took it.
I used to take Adderall in my college days to help with papers and studying for tests, but I never felt good using it. Whereas a day of Adderall fueled productivity left me feeling a day behind all week, pramiracetam pushes my concentration and focus without ever missing a beat. When I skip a dose I’m fine, and when I take a dose its better than I expected it would be. This is the complete reverse of the narcotic side of amphetamine use and the best part is that I’ve never experienced any negative side effects.
Pramiracetam Powder Reviewed
If you have been curious and unsure about buying pramiracetam powder, let me tell you, it’s worth a shot. If you have been thinking about talking to someone to get a hold of an amphetamine prescription, I think the racetam family is worth looking into first. There are less (if any) side effects, it’s available over the counter, and best of all studies show that it’s safer for you than amphetamines.