Sulbutiamine Review – Depression Relief and Clean Energy

Everybody these days wants more energy to move through the day with momentum. There’s nothing less productive than a sluggish brain and low levels of physical and mental energy. Sulbutiamine is my favorite nootropic for boosting my mental energy levels and giving me a good clean energy buzz (minus the crash.)

Because that’s the problem with caffeine and other stimulants. They work great in the short term but they bring you crashing down and craving more. I call this a dirty fix. I’m not discounting caffeine. I’m simply saying there is a price to pay for using it.

Sulbutiamine is a synthetic form of Vitmain B1 (Thiamine.) Thiamine is responsible for a number of crucial energy related processes in the body, primarily converting carbohydrates into energy. However, vitamin B1 has a difficult time crossing the blood brain barrier. Sulbutiamine readily crosses this firewall and produces much more pronounced effects on the mind.

For me, Sulbutiamine amps up my baseline energy levels and keeps them there for a good part of the day. It’s not a druggy energy either. You feel the natural energy come to the surface. It’s the fuel you need to get from point A to point B.

Is Sulbutiamine a potent cognitive booster? I don’t experience any cognitive benefits from using Sulbutiamine. It’s more a nootropic to use if you’re feeling sluggish and want a good clean boost of physical and mental stamina. It’s the rocket fuel that fuels the ship but you still need a captain behind the helm.

With that said, Sulbutiamine stacks up great with many other cognitive enhancing nootropics. Sulbutiamine, Piracetam, and Caffeine is a powerhouse study stack.

If you were going on a mission to space, Sulbutiamine is the steady stream of rocket fuel, Piracetam is the brains behind the operation, and Caffeine is the sexy cheerleader who makes sure moral is always high.

In fact, it’s a great nootropic to have on hand at all times and one of the safer nootropics out there. Remember, it’s just a vitamin with greater access to the brain and more pronounced effects. The B-Complex series of vitamins are well known suppliers of energy to the entire body.

One thing to note – this stuff has got to be the worst tasting nootropic I’ve ever had the pleasure of dosing. Consider capping the powder or using my shot glass method – pour a small amount of fruit juice in a cup and place the powder on top. The powder will float on top and then you slug it all back in one shot.

It’s also fat soluble so take with food. If you’re averse to eating in the mornings (when many people take it) a bit of olive oil and a splash of fruit juice does the trick.

Can Sulbutiamine alleviate depression? While there are no scientific studies to back this up, there are many anectodal reports of people successfully treating their mild to moderate depression, uplifting their mood, and fighting fatigue.

Depression expresses itself physically as a lack of energy and vigor. This physical depression has been created by conscious and unconscious thought patterns. If you can raise the energy levels of the body you can effectively alter the way you think. The mind is the body and the body is the mind. Changing one aspect of the system alters the other, for good or bad.

This means raising the energy levels of your body can effect you on the whole at a very deep level.

Overall I’ve had a great experience with Sulbutiamine. I suggest you pick up some powder and begin experimenting for yourself. While many nootropics are hit and miss with different people, Sulbutiamine appears to have a positive effect on the majority of those who take it.

It’s certainly a staple in my cabinet.

Aniracetam Review – My Favorite Nootropic For Anxiety

Aniracetam was the second nootropic I experimented with after Piracetam. I read reviews about Aniracetam and it seemed a lot of people were having success treating their anxiety. This triggered my radar straight away as I’m always on the lookout for safe supplements that calm my mind and alleviate my anxiety. It used to be I couldn’t even stand in line at the grocery store without feeling anxious about the people around me.

It was hell. I asked myself the dumbest questions. What was I going to say to the cashier as she was ringing up my groceries? Do I look weird standing here? My mind was a cesspool of negative and self defeating thought processes. What a living hell!

I ordered Aniracetam straight away and began experimenting. I took 750mg of raw powder with a bit of juice and waited patiently for any noticeable effects.

With Piracetam the effects compound over time and aren’t noticeable for the first week. With Aniracetam I felt a significant change in my state of mind in the first hour. I noticed I was calmer and there was a certain “spacey quality” about the experience. I felt like sitting down outside in the sun and relaxing – something I usually find difficult.

The colors of the plants seemed especially vibrant. The world looked as if there had been a photoshop filter applied to it. Colors were brighter and edges were extremely crisp. This effect was subtle but it was certainly there. I found myself completely entranced by this bright new world.

I put on some music which took things to the next level. I read other reviews talking about the effects Aniracetam had on music. Music sounded so good and enjoyable. I could easily sit there and enjoy the music and be in this colorful world. Not only was my mind calm but I almost found it difficult to form any kind of thought.

If you’ve ever experimented with benzodiazepines you might be familiar with this effect. While not as strong, Aniracetam has a similar effect. There’s a spacey quality of being and the normal channels of thought seem to get cut off. For me this was a great and welcome relief.

If you’re the type of person who thinks too much this is your nootropic. If you have anxiety this is your nootropic. If you have any kind of homework or studying to do this is NOT your nootropic.

I would not recommend this nootropic if you need to formulate logical thoughts or cram for an exam. There are other nootropics better suited for these tasks. Piracetam certainly comes to mind.

However, if you want to chill out this is one of the best nootropics available. I’d also recommend Aniracetam to the musician or artist. The effects on your visual acuity are quite pronounced. Edges pop and spacial recognition is enhanced.

I’m not one to recognize shapes or patterns but on Aniracetam things “take shape” so to speak. I begin to see the world as a collection of well defined shapes. This is neither positive nor negative but an interesting effect none the less.

Playing my guitar was especially enjoyable. Basic chords were an absolute joy to play, hitting every note and watching the strings vibrate, the notes resonating throughout the room. I would listen intently as the sounds would dissipate into nothingness. Almost meditative hearing how long I could hear the sound before it disappeared forever.

Overall, Aniracetam is very calming and turns the world into an immersive experience. I noticed diminishing effects over time so this is one nootropic you want to cycle to achieve the same results each time.

It’s also a fat soluble nootropic so you want to take it with food, or a bit of fat.

Now, I’m not saying you will have the same experience as me. That’s the beauty of nootropics and of this world – everybody has their own experience.

Pick some up today and discover this unique experience for yourself.