Sunifiram works similar to nefiracetam in the brain at the hippocampus, and similar to that compound sunifiram shows potential anti-amnesiac abilities and is potentially a cognitive enhancer.
Sunifiram is one of the newest and most powerful nootropics to hit the market in years. It is part of a class of compounds known as ampakines, which are known to promote wakefulness, increase focus, and support cognitive function.
Sunifiram has a similar structure to Piracetam, and is sometimes referred to as "Super Piracetam". It is thought to work by increasing levels of acetylcholine and dopamine in the brain, which are essential for memory and learning.
Sunifiram is still fairly new and has not been extensively studied in humans. However, initial studies in animals suggest that it is safe and well-tolerated.
At this time, Sunifiram is not regulated by the FDA. It is legal to buy and consume in the United States.
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