What Is Sunifiram Powder?
Sunifiram is a powerful Ampakine nootropic that is supposedly touted to be as much as 5000 times as strong as the next leading smart drug, Piracetam. Whether or not this is a legitimate claim is up for debate, but I can tell you from personal experience that Sunifiram is an extremely effective, powerful, and also high-risk nootropic, so if you’re looking for a kind of “Limitless NZT” type smart drug to really sink your teeth into, Sunifiram may be just what you’re looking for. For detailed experiences of my account, and with relation to what you might feel when taking the drug, scroll down to the paragraph towards the bottom where I talk about my own personal experiences. Sunifiram does not require a prescription from your doctor to get. Sunifiram Powder is typically a white, grey and red, very thin powder, that has an odor to it that is much stronger when compared to many other nootropics, such as Piracetam or Aniracetam…this is most likely because Sunifiram is nearly 100% synthetic unlike a lot of our natural nootropics.
Typically when buying Sunifiram powder, it is sold in bags of 5 grams, 10 grams, 25 grams or 50 grams. Since the dosage is typically 10-20 milligrams per serving (I’ll let you do the math on this yourself) you can see that this really is a lot of Sunifiram. Capsules are often times the way to go, as no milligram scale is needed, and you don’t risk messing up the dosing and getting yourself into some serious trouble. Capsules are typically sold in product variations that range from 20 to 180 capsules.
Now that we’ve gone over the precautions that you should take when using Sunifiram, let’s go over what you likely came here for, the benefits that you’ll receive from taking the smart drug. Sunifiram, as it is an Ampakine nootropic, is very powerful, and comes in a very short burst of brain benefits. Sunifiram, for this reason, should be used very sparingly, unlike racetams, choline sources, and natural nootropics that can be taken practically every day, Sunifiram has the potential to cause side effects and a mild withdrawal if taken on a regular basis.
When you first take a Sunifiram, the first thing I can say is “wow.” Now I’ll be blunt with you, this article might come across as a tad biased, I mean seriously I sell all of the products that I review, so you can see that I have a huge incentive to rave heavily about them, and you can see from some of the other articles that I rave about even nootropics that are a tad weak, such as Ashwagandha or CDP Choline. Nevertheless, this is not the case with Sunifiram, as the first time I took this nootropic I was absolutely blown away at this drug. It blows Adrafinil, and just about everything else that you can think of out of the water, and does so by a long shot (Granite it only lasts about 2-3 hours give or take.)
The first time I took Sunifiram, I was a freshman in college, and the experience was so vivid that I still remember every piece of it to this day. I had a bag of powder (do not try this at home get the capsules) and I stuck my finger into the bag and licked up a glob. Within about 30 to 40 minutes, it was like the lights turned on….literally. Colors got brighter, my vision was more clear, everything had a crisp, clear kind of effect to it. I can see why people online say it’s 5000 times as powerful as Piracetam, because it’s like Piracetam’s basic effects, just significantly more pronounced. I took it in college, right before an English class, and I remember the drug kicking in right when I started my one-mile walk to class. It was like everything just got….faster and sped up. Once I got to class I was extremely talkative, had loads of energy, and got crazy amounts of work done. This lasted for about two hours, there was a mild crash, and some CDP Choline helped to fix it up really quickly.
Sunifiram should really be used more on a short-term basis than for everyday use. This is because Sunifiram is something of a high-risk nootropic, and as such can have some side effects and possible withdrawal symptoms if taken on a regular basis. Sunifiram also has been known to act on the dopamine, acetylcholine, norepinephrine, and most importantly, Glutamate receptors of the human brain, and as such is an excitatory and stimulating nootropic drug, so it can cause tiredness if too much is taken and then it is suddenly stopped. Like with most nootropics, short-term use is best for this potent smart drug.
Sunifiram powder can have a number of dangers that are somewhat frightening. Typically on these articles, I’m trying to sell a product, so I jazz it up and avoid the negatives. But if you’re googling “Sunifiram powder” then you’re looking for the actual powder, and you deserve to know the dangers. Capsules are a much, much better alternative to powder, because when you’re taking powder you run the risk of messing up the dosage, and with a drug that can have dire consequences if you take even 20 or 30 milligrams too much, it’s best to take capsules, where ten milligrams have been conveniently weighed out per pill, thereby eliminating the risk that you might take far too much.
On our site, we sell 90 Capsules for $38 (more or less…don’t quote me on that just yet prices change constantly) and 180 capsules for I believe $54. A small sampler pack of 20 capsules is I believe $12.
What Stores sell Sunifiram Powder and Capsules?
Haven’t heard of any, if you’ve got any updates comment below and let me know
Sunifiram has a number of online reviews, both positive and negative, users have said:
“Now, up front, I imagined Sunifiram would feel a lot like speed. There are some similarities atm, but my guess is that’s more due to the three cups of coffee I just had, than to the Sunifiram itself. Strangely enough, this is the first ‘drug’ I’ve taken that actually makes me feel more grounded, more close to reality. There is a strong sense of… sense. The barking of a dog outside carries a clarity, close to beauty but not, that seems completely natural. Different, but natural.”
“Just be careful with it as it has potential to be an excitotoxin”
So as you can see, like with any nootropic, there are the positives and negatives to weight out.
Sunifiram doesn’t have decades of solid research behind it like many of our other nootropics, including Piracetam, Aniracetam and Oxiracetam do, however it does, in fact, still have studies to back its efficacy.
These studies quote Sunifiram and its benefits by saying jargon such as “DM232 (Sunifiram) is a potent cognitive enhancer.” They also go on to say that there is science backing the initial theories that Sunifiram’s main mechanism of action functions on the AMPA receptors of the brain (this is where we get the term Ampakine from) and that its main functions rely on manipulation of the neurotransmitter Glutamate.
Sunifiram is legal to buy in the US, in the UK it is not (at least last I heard.) Sunifiram is categorized as a piperazine derived nootropic drug and does not have a scheduled status.
Sunifiram really can be a great nootropic if you take it at a low dosage and if you use it sparingly. Use Sunifiram if you’re experienced with nootropics, if you’re looking for a boost in your stack, or if you’re just looking to try something new.
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