Oxiracetam is one of the most, well known, if not the most well known nootropic substance around. Oxiracetam is one of the first developed member of the racetam family of nootropics, and is one of the benchmarks against which the other racetams are compared. What you are about to read isn’t an objective account of how Oxiracetam will effect you. There is no way to actually know that without using Oxiracetam yourself. Rather, this is simply an account of my personal experience with Oxiracetam, and the ways in which it had benefited me.
I have used many of the different racetams, including Aniracetam, Oxiracetam, Pramiracetam, and plenty of others. Even it’s effects aren’t as strong as those of the other racetams, I have to say that Oxiracetam is my overall favorite racetam, and of my favorite nootropics in general. This isn’t because it’s effects are as blatantly potent as those of something such as Modafinil or Phenibut, but simply because of how well-rounded it is. For me personally, Oxiracetam gives me a nice little boost to my focus, motivation, energy, verbal fluency and sociability. All of these effects are relatively mild on their own, so it is the fact that Oxiracetam delivers all of them together that makes it so worthwhile. Another awesome aspect of Oxiracetam is the fact that rather than building a tolerance and getting reduced effects, these effects actually build and get more powerful over time. Now that I have been taking Oxiracetam for a while consistently I am seeing even greater benefits in all of the aforementioned areas than I was seeing initially.
On top of all of these positive effects, Oxiracetam has also been shown to be neuroprotective. For me this is huge. I am able to get all of the benefits which I mentioned, and help protect my brain at the same time. Normally you would expect nootropics with effects these positive to be toxic in some way or another, but not Oxiracetam. Oxiracetam is actually goddamn good for your brain.
In addition to the focus boost gained from it, Oxiracetam also has the potential to reduce anxiety, and social anxiety in particular. The interesting thing about this is that Oxiracetam is a stimulating nootropic, and stimulants generally make anxiety worse. Oxiracetam does not reduce anxiety in the same way as alcohol or other GABA drugs which make you feel relaxed and anxiety free. Rather, Oxiracetam actually increases your confidence to the point where it outweighs your anxiety. This stimulation has the added benefit of making you feel alert and energized.
While this review may have convinced you that Oxiracetam is an effective nootropic. I want you to keep in mind that you may not have the same experience with Oxiracetam, or even get similar effects from it at all. The effects of Oxiracetam differ heavily from person to person. I know people who have used Oxiracetam and had completely different experiences from mine, and do not get any benefits from it.
Because of this, it is possible to read many different accounts of Oxiracetam before buying any in order to get a well rounded opinion of how it may effect you. At the end of the day, you will still need to purchase your own and test it personally in order to figure out how it will effect you.