Coluracetam is part of the Racetams group of Nootropics. It’s key benefits promote reducing anxiety and depression and improving memory.
What is Coluracetam?
Coluracetam belongs to the group of Racetam Nootropics. It is synthetically produced, a smart drug that is thought to reduce anxiety and depression and improve memory.
It was developed in Japan in 2005 by Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Corporation, making it one of the newer Nootropic Racetams on the market. The patent was than transferred to Braincells Inc for further testing.
The results of these clinical studies suggested that Coluracetam has promise and potential to treat MDD (major depressive disorder) and GAD (generalized anxiety disorder).
The key benefits are associated with reducing anxiety and manic depression and possibly improving long term memory.
It is also thought have effects on the brains’ visual processes, enhancing colors, making them more vibrant and visually processing shapes.
In the future, the medical industry could potentially recommend it to prevent and treat optic nerve injuries.
It has been gaining enormous popularity steadily but the distribution of Coluracetam is still very limited at this time.
How Coluracetam Works
Coluracetam is thought to focus on the uptake of choline supply and also also increase the uptake of choline in damaged neurons.
This is the necessary process to raise Acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter responsible for sending signals between the neurons that affect memory, alertness, motivation and attention.
It is also thought to work with AMPA receptors, which trigger glutamate, the chemical that it used to help brain cells to communicate.
Research is still being conducted and there isn’t enough evidence to know for sure how these processes occur.
Some common user reviews when taking Coluracetam:
- Feelings of calmness
- Colors more saturated
- Working memory is better
- Increase in REM sleep
- Potentially helps with imagination
- Improves overall mood
Possible Coluracetam Side Effects
At the moment, it has limited history and research. The supplement seems to be safe as it is similar to most other popular Racetams.
Braincells corporation did not report any negative effects thus far when used in the recommended dosage. Possible headaches can occur due to the common potential side effects of Racetams in general.
Coluracetam Stacking Options
Stacking means using two Nootropics together to enhance the effect or to supplement it.
It is recommended to always stay within the lowest dose available when starting on any new Nootropic supplement. This helps you gauge your body’s effect and find what works best for you.
The average dose is 800mg taken 3 times per day, within 24 hours.
These are just guidelines. If you have any concerns, please consult your doctor first.