Guest article by Jacob from 

Noopept is another one of my favorite nootropics and I am quite fascinated by it. It has some very unique qualities and I really hope it continues to be researched and tested. It appears to increase brain activity across all regions of the brain and actually causes new neurons to proliferate in the hippocampus, the region of the brain responsible for memory consolidation.

I have had some very interesting experiences with noopept that I have yet to experience with any other drugs. I distinctly remember an experience I had years ago where I was expecting a fairly important phone call , but I was was tired, had brain fog, and was quite nervous. I didn’t know what to do.

About 5-10 minutes before I was expecting the call, on a whim I decided  to try taking a 30mg sublingual dosage of noopept. It was unlike anything I’ve experienced. What followed was not a “high” but a sort of rapid increase in what I could only think to describe as IQ. My thoughts were flowing coherently, I felt extremely sharp, and my verbal fluency was effortless and succinct.

I also experimented using noopept right before taking exams/tests. I would fly through the questions, not second guess myself, and had no trouble recalling information. It’s an incredibly useful and fascinating nootropic and I would strongly recommend it to anyone who is looking for increased brainpower and memory improvements.