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Noopept™

Noopept™

Noopept™

$44.99

$49.99

Intellect. Focus. Creativity.

  • Neuroprotective*
  • Reduce Oxidative Stress*
  • Boost Cognition*
  • Improve Memory*
  • 56 Servings

 

 

 

 

Description

Noopept is a neurocognitive enhancing compound with greater bioavailability than its parent molecule, piracetam. Its potent nootropic action and neuropeptide structure give rise to its name, noopept, and is also much more reader-friendly than the chemical name, N-phenylacetyl-L-prolylglycine ethyl ester.*

 

  • Sensitizes neurons to choline and acetylcholine, improving signal transmission*
  • Enhances cognition and attention*
  • Improves memory and slows the rate of memory loss in those with memory-related conditions*
  • Protects brain cells from oxidative stress*

 

Noopept can be used to improve work performance, studying, and creativity. Take before engaging in any cerebrally-demanding task.

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

 

Supplement Facts

 Nootropic supplement

Ingredient Profile

Noopept

Noopept is a dipeptide conjugate of another popular class of nootropic, piracetam.

  • Originally developed in Russia under the name, GVS-111
  • Contains anxiolytic properties and mild psychostimulatory effects
  • May improve efficacy of other nootropics, such as choline
  • Promotes memory enhancement with long term use.
FAQs

Q: What is the best way to use Noopept?

A: As a dietary supplement, take 1 serving (1 capsule) as needed to improve cognition.

 

Q: Does Noopept need to be taken with food?

A: For best absorption, use Noopept on an empty stomach.

 

Q: Are there any Optitune products that can be stacked with Noopept?

A: Yes! Use Noopept along with Optitune's Alpha-GPC for a great nootropic combination.

 

References

Noopept

  1. Tyler, W. J., Alonso, M., Bramham, C. R., & Pozzo-Miller, L. D. (2002). From acquisition to consolidation: on the role of brain-derived neurotrophic factor signaling in hippocampal-dependent learning. Learning & memory9(5), 224-237.
  2. Ostrovskaya, R. U., Gudasheva, T. A., Zaplina, A. P., Vahitova, J. V., Salimgareeva, M. H., Jamidanov, R. S., & Seredenin, S. B. (2008). Noopept stimulates the expression of NGF and BDNF in rat hippocampus. Bulletin of experimental biology and medicine146(3), 334-337.
  3. Radionova, K. S., Belnik, A. P., & Ostrovskaya, R. U. (2008). Original nootropic drug Noopept prevents memory deficit in rats with muscarinic and nicotinic receptor blockade. Bulletin of experimental biology and medicine146(1), 59-62.
  4. Andreeva, N. A., Stel'mashuk, E. V., Isaev, N. K., Ostrovskaya, R. U., Gudasheva, T. A., & Viktorov, I. V. (2000). Neuroprotective properties of nootropic dipeptide GVS-111 in in vitro oxygen-glucose deprivation, glutamate toxicity and oxidative stress. Bulletin of experimental biology and medicine130(10), 969-972.
  5. Vorobyov, V., Kaptsov, V., Kovalev, G., & Sengpiel, F. (2011). Effects of nootropics on the EEG in conscious rats and their modification by glutamatergic inhibitors. Brain research bulletin85(3-4), 123-132.

 

WARNING

California’s Proposition 65 entitles California consumers to special warnings.

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65warnings.ca.gov/