Nootropics Powder Fasoracetam CAS 110958-19-5 for Brain Improve

Fasoracetam

CAS: 110958-19-5
MF: C10H16N2O2
MW: 196.248
Storage Temp.: Store at RT
Appearance: White Power
Usage: Nootropics

 

What is  Fasoracetam

Fasoracetam is a highly potent racetam, far stronger than its parent drug piracetam. The popularity of this supplemental drug is known to increase one’s focus, enhance memory, increase learning ability, act as an anti-depressant or anxiolytic and prevent “learning loss.” In other words, it helps prevent the loss of cognitive skills and information recall.

Fasoracetam benefits:

Like many of the nootropics, this member of the racetam family has been studied in controlled settings and there does appear to be a distinct benefit to patients of diseases and conditions that affect the brain and memory. Fasoracetam has proven to show benefit for people suffering from conditions like schizophrenia (Froestl, Muhs and Pfeifer 793). However, there are other studies that show that the greatest benefit of Fasoracetam can be seen in patients with Alzheimer’s Disease, helping to reduce the expected loss of mental acuity and memory. Presently, there are more studies being done to determine if Fasoracetam may be a beneficial treatment for some of the young patients who are affected by the varying degree from Attention Deficit Disorder or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or as they are more commonly known, ADD and ADHD.

Fasoracetam dosage and usage:

In fairness, the research has shown that fasoracetam seems to be safe for human consumption with no worrisome side effects. Experts offer this safeness has been seen in patients a daily dose of 100 mg appears to be effective; however, others suggest a smaller dose is more advisable and still shows a positive increase in mental and brain function that is most desired.

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