What is Aniracetam?
Aniracetam belongs to the group of Racetams, synthetic Nootropic compounds. It is soluble in fat and is therefore best taken with fatty acids. Aniracetam was developed in 1970 by the Belgian Hoffman-La Roche. Like most Racetams, Aniracetam has an effect on the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. This is a signal substance in the nerve endings that transmits impulses from cell to cell. In addition, the desensitization of AMPA receptors is slowed down, which ensures that the cells in the brain can communicate better with each other. The taste of Aniracetam is described as very bitter.
- The analysis of Aniracetam on Examine.com contains 39 unique references to scientific articles.
- The Aniracetam wiki at Wikipedia
Aniracetam is for research purposes only and not intended for human (and animal) consumption.
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