To Snort Piracetam, or Not to Snort Piracetam? And the Extreme Dangers of Doing So

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To Snort Piracetam, or Not to Snort Piracetam? And the Extreme Dangers of Doing So

To Snort Piracetam, or Not to Snort Piracetam?And the Extreme Dangers of Doing So

This blog post will look at why users snort Piracetam, an extremely dangerous phenomenon but also quite a controversional subject. Snorting Piracetam generally speaking is very dangerous to both the nasal cavities in the brain, but I’ll be honest that from reading user reviews and blog posts on this subject on the web, that it is most likely an effective brain stimulant in the short-term. With this in mind, this is EXTREMELY dangerous and small minded, likely burns like hell, and is not in any way, shape or form something that I would recommend even in the slightest. This article will look at the risks, short-term rewards and long-term dangers of snorting Piracetam, and will go into details as to what Piracetam does, and why oral ingestion is always a preferred option to nasal insufflation. For more information on this and similar topics, subscribe for a free sample of nootropics worth over fifty dollars, and be sure to comment down below with your thoughts and concerns on the article and we’ll get back to you within one business day!

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Why Should I Snort Piracetam?

First of all, you should not snort Piracetam, ever, at all, under any circumstances as snorting Piracetam is extremely dangerous. Now with this already in mind, let’s take a look at why some users snort Piracetam, and why this is more on the crazy end of using nootropics. Just as a quick disclaimer, no users should ever snort Piracetam under any circumstances, this article is meant to serve as a warning for people who are considering doing this and this blog is primarly for educational purposes as well as for personal recreation.

Cool, now that that’s out of the way, let’s look at why nootropic users on forums like Reddit and Longecity just love to snort Piracetam!

  1. It gets you High-I’ll be honest, this likely will produce a type of high or euphoria, however it will also cause a debilitating crash, on top of this, you need to take more choline than normal or you’ll get a headache.
  2. It hits you much faster-You’ll actually feel the drug kick in almost instantly, and if not instantly, within a few seconds or minutes.
  3. It synergizes with other nootropics extremely well-Mixing it with other Smart Drugs like Aniracetam or Noopept makes the drugs effects even more powerful.
  4. It is super potent with regards to how taking a Racetam orally compares, in the short-term that is
  5. It gives users a sense of power, risk taking, and being impetuous and being cool-That’s another major reason why people do it, they want to be John Travolta in Pulp Fiction.
  6. An last but not least…some people are just freaking nuts;)

Why Shouldn’t I Snort Piracetam?

Rather than give you a list I’ll just straight up tell you why you should not snort Piracetam. For starters, it is extremely dangerous to do this, and there is very little research on snorting Piracetam at all, since most of the research was done orally. Combine this with it just being plain dumb to go around snorting nootropic compound against nearly all advice, and add in the fact that it is going to burn like crazy and likely start the process of ripping apart your nasal cavities little by little (deviated septum anyone) and you’ve got yourself a recipe for disaster. Stick to taking Piracetam orally in regular dosages of 800 to 2400 milligrams at a time, and you’ll do just fine with the drug

*update: another added danger of a user choosing to snort Piracetam is the fact that no dosing studies have been done on users doing this, and since an 800 milligram dosage snorted is nowhere near what an 800 milligram oral dosage is with regards to strength (as snorting is always much much stronger) it is ridiculous to go in guessing and just start railing powder off your desk, avoid at all costs, your future self will thank you.

As stated in the former, many users that snort Piracetam also combine it with other Smart Drugs, with mixed degrees of efficiency, in order to make the drug even stronger. Among these are:

Aniracetam-Five times stronger than Piracetam with great anti-anxiety effects.

Oxiracetam-Fifteen times more powerful, known as the speedy racetam for how it boots energy levels significantly.

Pramiracetam-Thirty times more potent and with great memory effects.

Phenylpiracetam-Forty times stronger, primary effect is on dopamine making it quite stimulating and euphoric.

Noopept-1000 times stronger than Piracetam overall.

Sunifiram-5000 times more powerful than Piracetam.

Adderall-Should not be stacked with any nootropics at all, as it is very potent and the combination could be dangerous. Adderall is a psychostimulant drug that is meant to increase focus in those with ADD and ADHD, and is only available by prescription from your doctor.

Modafinil-Hard to get without a prescription, however it is very effective as a brain supplement.

Armodafinil-Around twice as strong as Modafinil.

CDP Choline-The most popular and standard form of choline on the market.

Alpha GPC Choline-A form of choline even more powerful than CDP, some call it the most powerful nootropic choline source on the market.

Centrophenoxine-A unique form of choline with an added DMAE source added to the mix.

Ashwagandha-Great adaptogen nootropic for lowering stress and anxiety levels.

Rhodiola Rosea 3% Salidroside-Twice as potent as Ashwagandha.

Gynostemma-Most powerful adaptogen currently available on the market, 10 times more powerful than Ashwagandha pound for pound.

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Review Logs of People that Snort Piracetam on Reddit, Longecity and Youtube

While there is not huge amounts of people that snort Piracetam online on forums like Reddit and Longecity, sadly, these logs exist. Because we’ve got other more relevant information to go into with regards to this topic, I won’t delve into this section of the article too much other than to show you the links where you can find these reviews on the web. Here they are:

And for a popular Youtube Review:

How Long Does This Last if I Snort Piracetam?

To answer this question, let’s first take a look at how long Piracetam lasts when taken orally, as it is a good amount just when taken normally by mouth. When a users takes a standard Piracetam dosage orally that is in the range of 800 to 2400 milligrams at a time, the drug typically lasts around 6-8 hours. When it is snorted, the duration of action of this is generally cut in half, since it hits much stronger in users who snort the drug.

Here’s Why You Should Not Snort Piracetam, Your Nasal Passages and Your Brain’s Receptors

Aside from the fact that it does more harm than good to your brain, let’s look at actual physical, concrete damages that you’ll be able to measure should you decide to go and snort Piracetam. Your nasal cavities are fairly sensitive, and when you, as an impetuous nootropic Smart Drug user, decide that it might be a good idea to go and rail some lines of Piracetam powder, you are putting yourself at risk for nosebleeds, an itchy nose, trouble breathing through your nose, a sore throat from the Piracetam drip, which supposedly tastes terrible from what I was reading, and a host of other nasty side effects. My advice on this particular matter to you, the user reading this who is thinking about going and snorting some Piracetam, don’t, your brain and your nose will thank you.

Snorting Piracetam, and Why It can Lead to Headache, Upset Stomach, and a Whole Lot More Side Effects

When you snort Piracetam, there’s no doubt that it is going to hit a lot faster than if you ingested orally, meaning that you’ll also need more choline in order to properly mitigate the Racetam headache. High dosages of choline in and of themselves can be somewhat dangerous, so for best effects take Piraceta orally with a low dose of choline, and alwaysSnort Piracetam always, always do your own research before taking nootropics, and especially before using extremely high risk nootropics in an extremely high-risk manner.

If You’re Going to Snort Piracetam Anyway Even After Reading this Article, at Least Take Precautions

Use plenty of choline with Piracetam, use a low dosage, always wash your hands and never do this in high amounts. Still however, my recommendation to you is to absolutely not do this at any or all costs.

Final Thoughts on Why People Snort Piracetam, Why It’s Dangerous, and Why You Should Stay Away from This

All in all, Piracetam is actually a really good and effective drug and is going to be very potent among users who are looking to get a cognitive enhancing nootropics effect from it. Use Piracetam responsibly, in low dosages ranging from 800 to 2400 milligrams, and be sure to always take it with a choline source. For more information on this and other related topics, subscribe for a free sample of nootropics worth over fifty dollars, and checkout our Youtube channel Nootropics University for dozens of videos with hot twins in them talking about nootropics (like the one above.) Until next time guys, Cheers!




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