How To Reduce Cannabis Memory Impairment (and Enhance its Effects)

How To Reduce Cannabis Memory Impairment (and Enhance its Effects)

Biohacking, Nootropics, Tutorials

Is there a way to reduce marijuana’s detrimental effect on memory using nootropic supplements?

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Can Nootropics Help With Drug Abuse and Addiction?

Can Nootropics Help With Drug Abuse and Addiction?

Cognitive Health, Memantine, Nootropics, Recovery

In recent years, evidence has compiled suggesting a common pathologic mechanism underlying addictive behaviours of several substances. Dysregulation of glutamatergic neurotransmission within the prefrontal cortex (PFC) and nucleus accumbens (NA) appears to predispose to a higher tendency towards drug-seeking behaviour.

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Coluracetam Review: A Nootropic With Antidepressant Properties

Coluracetam Review: A Nootropic With Antidepressant Properties

Coluracetam, Nootropics, Racetams, Reviews

The drug piracetam is often regarded as the first truly nootropic drug, due to its ability to promote healthy brain function and cognition without potentially debilitating side effects. The family of nootropics that are structurally related to piracetam, known as racetams, have also been held in…

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Methylene Blue as a Nootropic? (Review)

Methylene Blue as a Nootropic? (Review)

Methylene Blue, Nootropics, Reviews

Methylene blue supports mitochondrial respiration and strengthens synaptic connections, which may lead to decreased fatigue and enhanced cognition & recall.

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Can Nootropics Help With Drug Abuse and Addiction?

Can Nootropics Help With Drug Abuse and Addiction?

Cognitive Health, Memantine, Nootropics, Recovery

In recent years, evidence has compiled suggesting a common pathologic mechanism underlying addictive behaviours of several substances. Dysregulation of glutamatergic neurotransmission within the prefrontal cortex (PFC) and nucleus accumbens (NA) appears to predispose to a higher tendency towards drug-seeking behaviour.

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