Sunifiram is one of the newest nootropics on the market showing very promising initial results. It falls into the ampakine family of nootropic because it is an AMPA agonist. Some reviews have suggested that it works similarly to Piracetam but it is over 1000 times more potent than Piracetam for the same dosage. Sunifiram is highly effective at boosting memory function as well as attention span, learning, decision making and alertness.
What Is Sunifiram?
Sunifiram, first researched in the year 2000. Sunifiram so far shows very positive results as memory enhancer and it is currently being investigated for potential treatment of Alzheimer’s and other diseases related to cognitive decline. Sunifiram logs point to the fact that it makes information recall much easier and helps you think more clearly. Initial observations suggest that Sunifiram is better as a memory booster while Noopept might have an edge on increasing focus and alertness.
Sunifiram Effects and Benefits
Sunifiram works very similarly to other racetams by stimulating many of the same receptors just in different ways as ampakines like sunifiram and unifiram. AMPA receptors are responsible for how much glutamate is produced in the brain. Glutamate is the most:
Important neurotransmitter in the brain
Responsible for communicating excitatory transmissions
Forms connections between synapses
Regulating brain cell survival
Glutamate is highly involved in brain metabolism as well as synaptic plasticity. Too little glutamate and your cognitive abilities will be greatly impaired, resulting in less attention span, poor ability to learn information and difficulty remembering. Sunifiram can help reverse this by raising levels of glutamate so your brain performance is increased.
Sunifiram also affects levels of acetylcholine in the brain just like Piracetam, Pramiracetam, Aniracetam, Oxiracetam and other racetam nootropics, ampakines like sunifiram and unifiram. Studies have established that taking Sunifiram is Cholinergic meaning that it causes more of this neurotransmitter to be released. Increased presence of Acetylcholine in the cerebral cortex leads to improved thinking, perception, alertness, learning, memory and focus.
Sunifiram Dosage and How to Take
Sunifiram is incredibly concentrated compared even to the strongest racetams like Pramiracetam. You will see positive effects from a dosage as small as 4 mg though many people typically take between 5-8 mg at a time. A Sunifiram dose of 10 mg is more likely to cause a stimulant effect similar to Adderall. Taking a 10 mg Sunifiram dosing is not toxic and not likely to cause serious negative side effects, however you may experience increased body temperature and perspiration. You should start with a half dose of 3 mg for your first week or so of taking this ampakine nootropic and then only increase the dosage if you feel comfortable.
Where can you Buy Sunifiram Online?
Sunifiram is not widely available for sale in the USA right now, but there are some nootropic websites that will sell it. Typically you will pay around $40 for a 2 gram supply of Sunifiram powder. This might seem expensive compared to other nootropics, but when you consider the incredibly high potency of Sunifiram the price is on par. If you cannot find Sunifiram for sale online or are wary of using such a new nootropic, Noopept is the best alternative offering a similar potency level and the same range of cognitive benefits.