Ever have trouble remembering things? Do you walk into a room and forget what you’re there for?

Have you ever started a sentence and forgotten what you were going to say halfway through it?

Memory lapses can be a bit annoying. Our instant recall is just not as flexible as before and it’s more difficult to pull up information that should have been right on the tip of our tongue. As we age, of course some degeneration in our brain cells is to be expected, even laughed at. It’s a natural part of aging and we can’t do anything about it.

Or, can we?

Oxiracetam and the Hippocampus

Did you know there’s a hippo camping in your brain who keeps stealing your memories?

Just kidding. The hippocampus is the area of the brain associated with memory and spatial reasoning. Of the wide spectrum of chemicals required to sustain optimum function of the hippocampus, glutamate and Vitamin D are of particular importance. That’s where Oxiracetam comes in.

Oxiracetam causes the brain to release more of both of these compounds when it reaches out to the hippocampus. Supplying the hippocampus with sufficient vitamin D and glutamate affords sharper long-term and short-term memory.

What is Oxiracetam?

Oxiracetam is a relatively simple nootropic that, with regular use, supports long and short-term memory. Like Piracetam and Aniracetam, Oxiracetam is a member of the Racetam Family except that Oxiracetam is milder and yet faster acting and more potent than Piracetam. Since it’s more effective, Oxiracetam can be taken in smaller doses.

Molecularly, Oxiracetam is very similar to Piracetam except for a single hydroxyl group (a hydrogen atom bonded to an oxygen atom). That hydroxyl group comes into play because of Oxiracetam’s specific focus on memory.

The few studies that have been made have shown that Oxiracetam has a positive effect on memory recall. It even helps compensate for loss of cognitive ability in patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia.

Alzheimer’s Disease

Some clinical studies suggested that Oxiracetam improves short-term memory and anxiety associated with Alzheimer’s disease. Further studies suggest cognition and brain function improves in healthy adults.

Benefits after several months’ use include: improved performance on logic tests, better concentration and enhanced memory retention. For others, improved alertness and general mood were reported.

Benefits of Oxiracetam Include

  • Enhanced Brain Activity
  • Memory Booster
  • Heightened Sensory Perception
  • Increased Alertness
  • Improved Focus and Learning
  • Improved General Mood
  • Beneficial in the Treatment of Dementia and Alzheimer’s

Oxiracetam Users Experienced:

  • Enhanced Memory Formation – able to recall past events even if they weren’t significant
    (Spectacular events are remembered in greater detail.)
  • Faster Recollection – mind is able to locate a memory and pull it up with ease
  • Verbal Fluency – ability to remember words means one can use more descriptive vocabulary
  • State of Mental “Arousal” – mind is suddenly interested in even the mundane and boring

Centrophenoxine and the Racetam Partnership

Centrophenoxine enhances the effectiveness of Oxiracetam, a member of the Racetam family. These two nootropics work in tandem to produce the best results in the shortest time possible.


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