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Piracetam is known as a nootropic, a smart drug, and a food supplement. While it has not been approved by the FDA in the United States, it is not illegal and is sold by several US companies. Piracetam is thought to increase the oxygen and blood flow to the brain, enhance memory, attention, intelligence and cognition, and slow down brain aging. Smart drugs are often used by college studies to increase awareness during study sessions and tests.

Piracetam goes by many brand names, such as Pirroxil, Qropi, Cetam, Dinagen, Myocalm, Normabrain and Nootropil. Medical studies have not shown exactly how it works, but they have shown that it is an effective for treating alcoholism, Alzheimerís disease, Parkinsonís disease, children with dyslexia and elderly drivers.

It is currently thought that dosages from 400mg to 4800mg are safe for personal use and no significant side effects have been found.

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