Noopept is a brand name for N-phenylacetyl-L-prolylglycine ethyl ester — a powerful cognitive enhancement compound.
The proposed INN name for Noopept is Omberacetam due to its structural similarity to the racetam class of nootropics. This compound has similiar nootropic benefits to piracetam, aniracetam, and oxiracetam — but many times more potent.
The average dose for Noopept is 10-30 mg — making it roughly 50 times more potent than piracetam.
- Improves memory
- Increases creative workflow
- Protects the brain from damage
- Promotes flow-states
- Increases mental acuity and awareness
- May relieve anxiety and depression
- Improve verbal fluidity and sociability
Neuroplasticity is the ability for the brain to undergo biological changes and restructuring of the cells and synapses.
Noopept is thought to encourage neuroplasticity to help recover from traumatic injury, improve learning and memory, and protect the brain from age-related cognitive decline.
Noopept has been the subject of several clinical trials for supporting cognitive impairment after a stroke, neurovascular disease, and to explore its potential role as an adaptogenic substance.