If you’ve been researching nootropics you’re no doubt excited to start experimenting right away. At least, that’s how I was when I first discovered nootropics. I was like a kid on Christmas not wanting to wait until the morning to unwrap the loot.
If you’re looking to buy nootropics locally at a store I have some good news and some bad news.
The good news? There are a few things you can probably find from a local source.
The bad news? You definitely won’t find any of the “real” nootropics I talk about like any of the racetams, Noopept, Phenibut, etc.
Take your local Vitamin Shoppe, GNC, or Walgreens for example. You’ll no doubt discover a few hidden gems. You can easily source things like Alpha-GPC, L-Theanine, Caffeine, and a number of interesting adaptogens like Rhodiola, Bacopa, etc. I also discuss benefits of supplementing with things like the Amino Acids 5-HTP and L-Tyrosine on my Youtube Channel.
In fact, L-Tyrosine, Caffeine, and L-Theanine is one of my all time favorite stacks. Go ahead and hit up your local shops for these items. These are all great brain boosters in their own respects.
But if you want any of the heavy hitters you’ll have to bite the bullet and wait until your online shipment comes in.
Where to buy online
For the rest of the traditional nootropics there are a number of places online you can make a purchase. My favorite spot so far is Peak Nootropics. I’ve written a review of these guys and have been a long time customer of their racetams for well over a year now. They have both powders and capsules available for your consumption.
I recommend reading my post on the best places to buy nootropics online. There you will find a number of high quality and trustworthy vendors.
If you have a Vitamin Shoppe or a GNC in your town/city I recommend going and getting the supplements I mention above. However, for any of the serious nootropics you must order online. Thanks for reading!
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