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Phenylpiracetam hydrazide capsules 100 mg


Phenylpyracetam is a racetam that was invented by Russian scientists in the 1980`s to eliminate stress for Soviet cosmonauts.

Phenylpiracetam hydrazide is a racetam that is a derivative of phenylpiracetam in which the amide group is replaced with a hydrazide group.

SKU: phenylpiracetam-hydrazide-capsules

ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Phenylpiracetam hydrazide >99%

ADDITIONAL INGREDIENTS: Microcrystalline cellulose (MCC), gelatin capsule

OTHER NAMES: fonturacetam, Phenotropil, Фенотропил, Фонтурацетам, Carphedon, 4-Phenylpiracetam, (R,S)-2-(2-Oxo-4-phenylpyrrolidin-1-yl)acetamide

CAS NUMBER: 77472-71-0

ATC CODE: none


ITEM TYPE: Capsules

QUANTITY PER PACK: 30 capsules to 100 capsules

SERVINGS PER PACK: not specified

SUGGESTED USE: not specified

STORAGE: Store in a cool and dry place. Keep away from direct sunlight and heat.

WARNING: Keep out of reach of children. Do not take this or any other supplement if under the age of 18, pregnant or nursing a baby, or if you have any known or suspected medical conditions, and/or taking prescription drugs or over the counter medications.

DISCLAIMER: Always consult with a qualified health physician before taking any new dietary supplement. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.

The product is not intended for human use. For laboratory use only.

Phenylpiracetam is an alternative to dopaminergic stimulants.

Phenylpyracetam enhances focus, mood and increases energy levels. It improves memory and motivation, just like when taking some stimulants. However, it does not have as many side effects, and the potential for addiction to phenylpiracetam is almost non-existent. Phenylpyracetam does not get a high.

The popularity of phenylpiracetam is growing.

What is phenylpiracetam?

It is a powerful nootropic agent that can improve memory, concentration, motivation, reduce anxiety and improve mood. Phenylpyracetam has been extensively studied and shown to be generally safe and effective.

This very interesting nootropic was developed in Russia in the early 1980s. Russian scientists created phenylpyracetam by adding a phenyl group to the already well-known piracetam. In doing so, they created a compound much more potent than piracetam. It is estimated to be as much as 60 times more potent than it.

It is so effective in improving mental and physical performance that it has been banned, as a doping agent, by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).

In Russia and several other European countries, it is available on prescription. It is sold there under the names Carphedon, Phenotropil and Nanotropil Novo.

Recommendations for the use of phenylpiracetam

The researchers found that phenylpiracetam has anti-amnesic, stimulant and concentration-enhancing effects.

Phenylpyracetam is able to cross the blood-brain barrier. The blood-brain barrier is the body’s way of keeping harmful chemicals away from the brain. In additional, researchers have found that phenylpiracetam has anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective effects.

A 2010 human study analyzed the effects of phenylpiracetam on stroke survivors. For one year, participants received either normal post-stroke rehabilitation treatment or normal treatment plus 400 milligrams of phenylpiracetam daily. Patients in the phenylpiracetam group showed significantly greater improvement than those who did not receive it.

Other human studies have shown similar results. In 2005, researchers gave participants with encephalopathy (one of the brain diseases) 200 mg of phenylpiracetam daily for a month. They found that phenylpiracetam improved motor coordination, caused better brain function, and improved memory and attention.

Official recommendations for the use of phenylpiracetam

  • Disorders of the central nervous system (CNS) of various origins, especially those associated with vascular diseases and metabolic disorders of the brain, intoxication (especially in post-traumatic conditions and chronic cerebrovascular insufficiency), accompanied by deterioration of intellectual-mnestic functions and decreased motor activity;
  • neurotic states, manifested by atonia, increased exhaustion, decreased psychomotor activity, attention deficit disorder and memory impairment;
  • deterioration of the learning process;
  • depressions of mild to moderate severity;
  • psychoorganic syndromes, manifested by intellectual-mnestic disorders and apathetic-abusive phenomena, as well as apathetic states in schizophrenia;
  • convulsive states;
  • obesity (food-constitution genesis);
  • prevention of hypoxia, increasing resistance to stress;
  • correction of the functional state of the body under extreme conditions of work activity to prevent fatigue and increase mental and physical capacity for work;
  • correction of diurnal biorhythm, reversing the sleep-wake cycle;
  • chronic alcoholism (to reduce weakness, depression and intellectual-mnestic disorders).

Extrapolating from human studies, animal studies and individual user descriptions (subjective evaluation), we can present the main benefits of phenylpiracetam use:

  • Increased concentration;
  • improved mood;
  • better memory;
  • greater motivation to perform;
  • improved physical performance;
  • increased alertness (reduced sleepiness);
  • reduced anxiety;
  • ncreased ability to learn.

So far, there have been no large human studies that have focused specifically on the nootropic effects of phenylpiracetam in healthy volunteers. However, existing human studies, animal experiments and clinical trials conducted on people with various neurological impairments, and user testimonials prove the claims of effective nootropic effects of this drug.

Dosage and side effects

The recommended dose of phenylpiracetam is 100 to 600 milligrams per day. Start with a low dose and increase as needed. Many people achieve the desired results with as little as 100 mg.

Many of the nootropic effects of phenylpiracetam can be felt after just one dose. However, some people take it daily at doses of up to 300 mg.

Phenylpiracetam is fat-soluble and can be taken with food. However, many people say it works best when taken on an empty stomach. However, nausea may occur in this situation.

Phenylpyracetam is generally well tolerated and most people do not experience any side effects. It has been proven that even high doses of phenylpiracetam taken over a long period of time do not cause serious side effects.

Although rare, headaches, nausea, irritability, insomnia and gastrointestinal problems can occur. Most of these side effects can be avoided or reduced by changing the way phenylpiracetam is taken.

If you experience headaches associated with phenylpiracetam use, taking a source of choline, such as alpha-GPC or ALCAR, will usually offset or remove them altogether. If you experience nausea and gastrointestinal distress, try taking phenylpiracetam with food. A small meal containing at least some fat will be best. If you experience insomnia, reduce the dose of phenylpiracetam or take the last dose at an earlier hour.

Combining phenylpiracetam with:

  • Phenibut to relieve stress;
  • Choline (for example Alpha-GPC) to improve memory;
  • DMAE to improve mood and enhance concentration;
  • Noopept for your memory and good mood;
  • Centrophenoxine to protect neurons in the brain;
  • Coluracetam to enhance the effect of Phenylpiracetam.