Noopept and best nootropic? Learn more here! January 6, 2019
Is noopept the best nootropic? This is a question we get asked regularly.
We dug a bit deeper into the question and cleared things out.
Noopept History (dd.1970)
Noopept is the brand name for N-phenyl acetyl-L-prolyl glycine ethyl ester.
It is a smart drug that is developed in the 1970s.
Up to today, noopept is a prescription drug in Russia which has been developed by the
Russian pharmaceutical company SC LEKKO Pharmaceutical. A patent application was filed
in the United States in the year 1955. But the FDA did not approve the use. This is also the
case within Europe, the European Medicines Agency has not yet approved the
use as well. Therefore, we always suggest people to fromula we are most proud of, OmniMind® N°1.
Experiences of Supplements and Noopept
Your experience with (natural) supplements is personal.
If one ingredient works good for person X , it doesn’t mean it will work good for person Y as well.
Everybody’s biosystem works differently and you will have to find out for yourself what works best.
If person X find a specific nootropic the ultimate best nootropic, it is no guarantee for person Y to experience the same.
For our team personaly, we eperienced better effects with the natural nootropics.
It is also a strategic choice to use as many as natural ingredients as possible to create the best nootropic possible.
Noopept is a nootropic which hasn’t been in the food chain before the 15th of May 1997.
This puts it in the position of a novel food, for which we can refer to information above;
The European Medicines Agency has not yet approved the use as well.
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We hope you have now a better understanding about noopept and it’s actual status.
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