View Full Version : Sunifram/Noopept/Aniracetam ?


androoo
08-01-14, 07:05 PM
Does anyone have any experience of Sunifram? its a raceram, it sounds promising for memory and maybe add symptoms?

I currently take Noopept & Aniracetam. I find aniracetam is excellent for mild anxiety and noopept seems to help my memory (a little).

sarahsweets
08-03-14, 05:40 AM
What I was able to find out about sunifram is that its legal status is unknown and that there have been no clinical trials on humanest.

SonicShoes
08-06-14, 06:51 PM
Sunifiram is a relatively newer nootropic. I've gotten to try it on a number of occasions and it is definitely a very potent and strong nootropic however it isn't something I would recommend for someone new to nootropics to try.

I would say try starting off with Piracetam and Pramiracetam, as both of these have a lot of studies conducted on them, and both have been shown to be beneficial in terms of improving short term and long term memory.