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Smart Drugs (nootropics)


Thank you so much! I’ve never heard all this about Bell’s Palsy. Sure explains a lot. I think I was prescribed prednisone, don’t why I always get it mixed up with cortisone. I am wondering if it makes any difference after all this time if I take ACETYL L CARNITINE and METHYLCOBALAMIN. Probably too late, huh.

"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious; It is the source of all true art and science. " Albert Einstein


“Thanks for the compliment, but why do you think I am a clever bunny? Was it something in particular I said?”

Although my views fall somewhere between yours and Bib’s, the understanding and organization of thought you demonstrated in the Atheist tread is one of many examples of your intelligence, IMHO.

“I have not said anything intelligent on here for quite a while…”

Yea, you seem to have hit a dry spell, but I have faith that it will pass ; )



“But I don’t ever believe I am a genius. I am just your average failed intellectual, seven foot tall Joe and his adventures of trying to find a girl and drink for free.”

How arrogant of you to think the decision is yours, typical genius behavior. You don’t get to decide, we do. Society labels genius, not the individual in question!


Penismith: In the atheist thread, I tried a particular angle of attack. Didn’t really work though. So I Gave up. Don’t want to aggrovate my RSI too much…

Doncha hate it when people believe something as much or more than you believe something contradictory? This wreaks havoc in computing BTW LOL!

I am having a “dry spell” for various reasons. There is only so many apparantly intelligent things one can say to hold up the facade that he is more intelligent that he actually may be ;) For example, it took me hours with a thesaurus and several drafts just to write this reply!

…that and my RSI… :D LOL!

TT is an apparant genius. Regardless of his actual “IQ”, he is OK in my books. (not in a gay way) And he is not, and has never been, a nerd! How uncommon is that?


Nimodipine is particularly recommended for victims of head trauma. Nimodipine (brand name Nimotop) is a calcium channel blocker specific to the central nervous system. It prevents movement of calcium into the cells of blood vessels, thereby relaxing the vessels and increasing the supply of blood and oxygen. It dramatically improves cerebral blood flow.

Nimodipine is an FDA-approved drug that is used to prevent and treat problems caused by a blood vessel around the brain that has burst. But nimodipine has been ignored by most neurologists treating victims of stroke and other age-related neurological diseases.

An article by Pantoni et al. (2000a) described a 26-week, multinational, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of nimodipine in patients with multi-infarct dementia. This study failed to show a significant effect of nimodipine on cognitive, social, or global assessments. However, a lower incidence of cerebrovascular and cardiac events was observed in the nimodipine-treated patients in comparison with the placebo group. A subgroup analysis found that those patients with subcortical vascular dementia performed better on the majority of neuropsychological tests and functional scales in comparison with patients on placebo (Pantoni et al. 2000b). A recommended dose of nimodipine is 30 mg, three times daily.

“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

twatteaser .I can confirm you are 100% right with every thing you said.I know because I have a IQ of 500 on the metric scale.Dose anyone know how to convert that to the imperial system you use.

Don’t worry I have found the answer.You multiply by one.

Originally posted by luvdadus
bromocriptine is a central dopamine agonist. Any body tried it for anything?
I think It could be theoretically a weight loss drug or a drug to make one horny.


Your schooling me all the time. That’s a good thing. I found these dozen links on the substance that I never heard of. here they are. Looks like some potent ass shit for what you want.


“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

Some answers some questions.

Ok I have had contact with a few people here who have not posted but still contacted me for information and or clarification of points.

Question # 1

>It also increases lifespan of the user by
> twenty percent by not allowing dopamine to fade away in the aging process.

Life expectancy is about 77 yrs. Do people who take selegiline and/or
other dopamine scavengers live 14.4 years longer than average ?!?!! To
an age of 91 ? That news would have just ROCKED the science world if
that were the case. Are you sure about this?

Almost all testing is modeled on aminals especially lower ones like rats. Very few experiments have been done on actual humans. Just like the news is filled with the newest cancer risk is “X”, they too usually have an animal model of testing to come up with this conclusion. The extended ;life span was observed in rats or other animals who had this dopamine supplement added to their systems.

Question # 2

Selegiline is not without side effects. It usually gives some form of
> gastro-intestinal problems in the form of nausea, heartburn, and upset
> stomach. Also seen are increased excitability, psychomotor agitation,
> irritability, and insomnia. These emotional side effects are usually
> remedied by ingesting magnesium and tryptophan or 5-HTP in a cocktail with
> the drug. A common occurrence is, which could be described as a desired side
> effect in some cases, is an increase of aggressiveness with this drug, which
> no other anti-depressant can match.

Aggressive behavior is defined as a hostile behavior. I am not sure
this is ever desirable. Do you mean “alertrness”, or doesn’t cause drowsiness?

I would liken it to a person with an avoident personality disorder taking a drug to counter act that. Like being able to stick up for themselves in class or a conversation instead of withdrawling. It lets you out of your shell to use an ancient cliche. It is not like they go out and stab policeman or priests, but take a more extroverted role in their lives.

“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

Alpha GPC

This was brought to my attention from a PM:

Alpha-glycerylphosphorylcholine or Alpha-GPC is a cognition enhancer that has shown great promise. This has also been shown to cause the release of GH.

Effect of a new cognition enhancer, alpha-glycerylphosphorylcholine, on scopolamine-induced amnesia and brain acetylcholine.

Lopez CM, Govoni S, Battaini F, Bergamaschi S, Longoni A, Giaroni C, Trabucchi M.

Institute of Pharmacological Sciences, University of Milan, Italy.

The present study investigates the effect of the administration of alpha-glycerylphosphorylcholine (alpha-GPC) on scopolamine-induced amnesia and on brain acetylcholine (ACh) levels and release in rats. The results indicate that alpha-GPC, when administered orally, reverses the amnesia caused by scopolamine in passive avoidance. The peak effect is observed using 600 mg/kg IG, 5 h before training. The effect of the drug is long lasting (up 30 h) in accordance with its pharmacokinetic characteristics. Since, alpha-GPC administered IG is cleaved within the gut mucosal cells to glycerophosphate and free choline, it is tempting to speculate that this drug acts by increasing the ACh precursor pool. This view is supported also by the observation that alpha-GPC partially counteracts the decrease of brain ACh levels elicited by scopolamine administration. The effect is observed in the hippocampus and cortex, but not in the striatum. Moreover, in ex vivo experiments, alpha-GPC is able to increase the amount of ACh released by rat hippocampus slices following potassium stimulation.

PMID: 1662399 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

This link shows were it was taken from:…9&dopt=Abstract

“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

Ginkgo biloba

Ginkgo biloba:

Ginkgo is probably the most widely used herbal smart drug. Derived from one of the oldest trees on earth, Ginkgo biloba increases blood circulation in the brain, which in turn increases oxygen levels. Increased oxygen in the brain is associated with improvements in memory and alertness, as well as increased concentration levels. Robert Hass writes that gingko increases brain metabolism by enhancing the synthesis of ATP (an energy producing molecule) and improving the brain’s power to metabolize glucose. According to Hass, it even helps prevent blood clotting in the arteries found in the brain. (Hass p. 19) Ginkgo is available in pill and liquid form at most health food stores. When purchasing Ginkgo, be sure that it is the standardized form of 24% flavoglycosides (the type that most scientific studies use in their tests).

“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.


Di-Methyl-Amino-Ethanol (DMAE) increases memory, learning and intelligence. It also acts as a pick-me-up without the jitteriness usually associated with caffeine. Naturally present in small amounts in the brain, DMAE affects the brain’s levels of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter involved in memory formation and thought processes. It is thought that low doses of DMAE should be used at first, with a gradual build up to 500 mg per day. If taken in doses higher than the body needs, DMAE can cause insomnia, headaches and muscle tension. DMAE is available in Health Food Stores in liquid and pill form. It should be stored in a cool dark place. Contraindications: Those who suffer from depression should not take DMAE.

“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.


Choline is a B Vitamin which, upon passing through the blood-brain barrier, is used to produce the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (defined above). As we age, our brain produces less acetylcholine, which causes memory and cognitive function suffer. In addition to replenishing a deficit of acetylcholine (Pelton p. 71), choline has also been shown to have a beneficial effect on healthy individuals. In one test, ten individuals with full brain function were given choline. The study found that the subjects experienced an increase in short term memory. (Pelton p.71) Doses of up to 2 grams (sometimes more) of choline may be taken daily. Contraindications: Those with ulcers, Parkinson’s Disease and depression should not take Choline.

“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.


DHA is an Omega 3 fatty acid that functions as an essential component of brain tissue. It is essential for cerebral growth, especially during infancy and early childhood. As part of the aging process, synapses — the linkages between brain cells — harden and are damaged by free-radicals. This slows down neuron transmission which can result in impaired memory and cognition. DHA enhances the flexibility of these synapses in the brain needed for optimal nerve signal transmission. Adequate DHA levels are important for maintaining soft and functional synapses. Often vegetarians and those on low-fat diets do not receive an optimal amount of DHA. It is available in 100 mg pills in most health food stores.

“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

Acetyl L Carnitine

Acetyl L Carnitine transports fats to the cell’s mitochondria, where they are converted into energy. This helps reduce unnecessary fat deposits in the brain’s nerve cells, increasing mental capabilities. Human studies have shown that Acetyl L Carnitine increases attention span and alertness in people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of memory loss. A dose involving 2000 mg per day showed significant improvements in short term memory in people with Alzheimer’s disease. (Dean p.81)

“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.


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