Modafinil and Adderall are 2 powerful compounds used to focus the mind and deliver long lasting mental energy. Both compounds ultimately do the same thing but work in different ways. They both represent the best productivity powerhouses the pharmacological industry has to offer and in this post we’re going to explore the core differences and similarities.
2018 has been a break through year for me and nootropics. There’s a certain level of frustration when you start getting into nootropics. Many people including me have found that lots of nootropics simply don’t work and are horribly ineffective. Fortunately I did not let my initial failures deter me from continuing my experiments with nootropics because I’ve found a lot that DOES work quite well.
Nowadays there are grips of premade nootropics stacks to choose from. I’ve reviewed many of them including the popular TruBrain. New people to nootropics probably don’t remember when Alpha Brain was introduced to the market – it was revolutionary for its time. In fact, Alpha Brain served as my first introduction into the world of nootropics and I soon dove headfirst into much more powerful nootropics like Piracetam.
Alpha-GPC to this day remains at the top of the list for best nootropics. For some people it outshines even the most notable nootropics like Piracetam and Modafinil. Alpha-GPC has given many users a new lease on their productivity by increasing motivation and mental energy. This nootropic can easily ramp up your mental vigor to levels only seen in the most insane and daring entrepreneurs of our time. You know the types – always switched on and ALWAYS on the move with enough mental energy and resources to power a small town.
At the cornerstone of any nootropic stack worth its salt is a good source of Choline. When we talk about Choline we are of course also talking about Acetycholine – the neurotransmitter so intimately involved in boosting your cognitive prowess and delivering results going way beyond the realm of placebo. Acetycholine is crucial for memory and learning new information. Acetycholine is crucial for encoding information and then being able to recall that information later. For this reason I recommend Choline to students or anybody on a path of learning new things and then retaining the knowledge learned.