How Long Until I Can Redose Phenylpiracetam?

January 19, 2024

If you’re looking to order Phenylpiracetam for the first time, you likely want to discover the ideal dosage, when and how to take this nootropic supplement, and at what point to consider a further dose if you have yet to feel the effects.

So how long until I can redose Phenylpiracetam? The first guidance is to follow the instructions on the packet, with most nootropics produced as capsules or pills to be taken with water. You may consider yourself someone who opts to snort Noopept and other supplements–but generally, you should take the supplement as described.

There is no maximum dosage figure yet published because the nootropic is considered to have low abuse potential, nor are there any studies that have found an upper threshold dosage, as Phenylpiracetam is believed to be non-harmful.

What Is the Right Dosage of Phenylpiracetam?

Normally, users are advised to take a dosage of between one hundred milligrams and 300 milligrams, although many nootropic users stack or cycle their supplements or experiment with different dosages to evaluate their responses. A study looking into the pharmacological activity of Phenotropil, another name for ‘Phenylpiracetam,’ found that brain activity improved at dosages of up to fifty milligrams per kilogram of body weight in a controlled environment.

However, the correct dosage also depends on your expectations and whether you are using nootropics to improve memory and cognition or are looking at supplements that are believed to help combat anxiety and stress.

How to Take Phenylpiracetam Pills

Each person responds to nootropics differently, and those who have used supplements for an extended period may decide to increase their dose or to redose during the day. The guidance for most users is as follows:

  • Daily dosage should be between one hundred milligrams and 300 milligrams.
  • The starting dosage for new users is one hundred milligrams, once per day.
  • One pill should be taken in the morning after a meal.

A typical course will run for two weeks to three months, and users are advised against taking Phenylpiracetam after 4:00 PM to avoid any potential issues with sleep or relaxation in the evening.

While Phenylpiracetam cannot cure high blood pressure, nor is it thought to have any serious adverse side effects. Any new users who are taking prescribed medications or are using nootropics to help manage a medical condition are advised to consult their physician beforehand.

How Long Until I Can Redose Phenylpiracetam?

Why Should You Not Take Phenylpiracetam Later in the Day?

Phenylpiracetam is thought to be up to sixty times more potent than Piracetam, hence the smaller dosages–most people do not redose during the day. However, this may be down to personal preferences and experiences.

Some users use nootropics in larger doses on days when they feel in particular need of improved cognition, such as when facing a stressful appointment or sitting an examination. Others use nootropics on a sustained basis, although regular and long-term usage is more likely to mean some users build a tolerance as their body chemistry adapts to the supplement.

Because Phenylpiracetam enhances cerebral circulation and cognition, it is inadvisable to take a stimulating nootropic after a certain point in the day. High brain function and attention are not conducive to a restful night’s sleep, so if you choose to redose, this should be at an even point between your first dose and the 4:00 PM cut-off point.

Legal Disclaimer

Phenylpiracetam, or ‘Phenotropil’ is not approved for sale or for clinical use by the Food and Drug Administration in the USA as an unapproved new drug. It is deemed a stimulant in competition, hence it is banned by WADA in professional sports. In some post-Soviet countries, Phenylpiracetam is available as a prescription drug.


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