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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Evom1, May 21, 2019.
What supplements have you found the most beneficial for boosting one's memory?
Modafinil is king. Olive oil and avocado helps pretty well.
Part of the keto diet is using tons of coconut oil and avocado which they say the fats do help boost your brain activity. Saying that the fats are better than carbs. Just something I learned while doing the diet. but I didnt really notice anything differently to be honest.
Lions mane mushroom extract and chaga mushroom supposedly helps.
Psylocibin mushrooms help with brain activity.
right there with you on that one
This is one I've found works
What about Ginko? Don't think i ever tried it, but did it live up to all the hype they gave it years ago?
How do you guys feel about nootropics?
Tried phenylpiracetam and got nothing out of it, but a friend of mine tried some, same company, loved it
I just ordered some phenibut.
Definitely doesnt "increase memory" infact I believe it is neurotoxic, nevertheless it definitely helps with laser beam like focus.
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Are you looking for focus aids or memory supplements?
Memory, as stated
I think people were joking
I hope at least
Yeah I was totally joking lol. I would never advocate adderall for recreational use given the increasing amount of long term damage it can cause.
It's addictive but fun. Tread carefully. After a while it won't get you high anymore no matter how long you wait or how much you take. Your brain becomes immune to the good feeling. It sucks because it's the best drug I ever did and I've tried most
As far as I know fish oil is one of the best also gingko, vitamin e, ginseng, DHEA, and amino acids.
I dont think you will notice any differences in the capacity of your memory, but either way some of them have multiple purposes.
I would skip the supplements and train your memory. It is very much like a muscle in that regard.
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