|Assay:||NLT99%||Other Name:||N-(1-(Phenylacetyl)-L-prolyl)glycine Ethyl Ester|
157115-85-0 Memory Increase Medicine,
Memory Increase Medicine 10 ug/gMax,
raw powders noopept
Glycine Derivatives Noopept Powder For Memory Improvement
1. Production Information Of Noopept
Noopept, N-phenylacetyl-L-prolylglycine ethyl ester , is a synthetic nootropic molecule. It has a similar effect to piracetam, in that it provides a mild cognitive boost after supplementation. Noopept also provides a subtle psychostimulatory effect.Noopept is a powerful substance which is able to cross the blood brain barrier.
Noopept has a much lower standard dose than piracetam, and it provides a general neuroprotective effect after supplementation. This neuroprotective effect occurs during various states of cognitive trauma, including oxidative stress and physical trauma.Noopept, a strong cognitive enhancer, was developed in Russia in the early 2000s for the treatment of alcohol induced brain damage.
Food Grade, Medicine Grade
|Storage||stay in dry, cool and well-sealed|
|Package||1kgs plastic drum|
Less on drying
|Heavy metals||10 ug/gMax|
|Loss On Drying||≤0.5%|
2. Funcation Of Noopept
Noopept (GVS-111) powder is one of the strongest nootropics available on the market today. It provides a boost to overall cognition and has a slight psychostimulatory effect. Contrary to most nootropics, Noopept's effects start within mere minutes of ingestion making it an excellent choice right before mentally demanding tasks.Noopept can be taken alone, but it also works well in synergy with Piracetam and Choline in the nootropic stack. Because Noopept provides results similar to Piracetam, stacking the two may produce synergistic benefits. These two supplements act on two different neurotransmitters, glutamate and acetylcholine. Obtaining the enhanced functions of the two transmitters can greatly facilitate various cognitive processes. In addition, adding choline supplements to the stack can make Piracetam more effective and help delay some initial headaches reported by Noopept users.Since it is a peptide-derived compound, noopept is degraded by enzymes in the GI tract and liver. Its oral bioavailability has been shown to be much lower than other routes of administration, with serum concentrations reaching 10% of IV levels per-orally. It does show good blood-brain barrier penetration.