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Some opinions after taking phenylpiracetam(cas 77472-70-9)

Date : 2016/8/26 13:43:35

Dehydration: phenylpiracetam(cas 77472-70-9) does act as a diuretic. It is very very weak and subtle though. The higher the dose, the more you can tell it has a diuretic effect. Most people seem not to even notice this effect anyway. I counter-balance this by ensuring I drink plenty of fluids obviously.
Trouble sleeping: If I take phenylpiracetam(cas 77472-70-9) late in the day, it is hard for me to sleep. However, it is still possible to sleep later. I have taken phenylpiracetam right before sleeping. Although it was hard for me to get sleep, it was still possible by closing my eyes and laying still for about an hour, and feel better. Once I was asleep, it is normal and I still tend to get a full night's rest. Vivid dreaming happens very randomly, which is why I have not included it as an effect that I have experienced.

I have been taking phenylpiracetam(cas 77472-70-9) for about 4 months now, usually everyday. It blows other legal nootropics out of the water, not because it is more "stimulating", but because it very strong but very subtle. Many will compare it to adderall or another strong stimulant, which I agree, but at the same time it is different. The best way to describe is that on adderall (or other strong CNS stimulant), you are dominating the moment. On phenylpiracetam, you are living the moment. It just feels like you are having a really good, productive day. It's like taking a vitamin sometimes where it feels like I didn't take anything at all, but I know it is working due to the effects I notice, not feel. The day after taking phenylpiracetam(cas 77472-70-9), I feel happy all day long. Everyone was nice, the birds sing, the people laugh, the sun shine. I feel comfortable, peace and happy.

I have also gone days, even up to 2 weeks without it just to see if I had any chemical or physical withdrawal symptoms, and I never have. I might have developed a physiological dependence towards phenylpiracetam(cas 77472-70-9) since it is what gets me through school. Other than that, I don't have a dependence towards it when doing other things except school itself.
I do not know much about the pharmacology or mechanism of phenylpiracetam, nor do the people who study it. Despite low research on it, the research that has come out only shows beneficial effects. Since it is a derivative and shaped very similar to piracetam, I assume it has similar benefits to it. However, I am not a pharmacologist (yet).
Remember that I am only explaining what I have experienced thus far, which is why you may see some effects listed out or new ones you may have not heard of before. I will attempt to answer questions to the best of my knowledge.