My experience with racetams has been quite pleasant. It allows me to stay focused when I need to and honestly seems to lubricate social situations more than I had anticipated. It also seemed to improve my sleep patterns and helped me actually remember my dreams (before taking them I never remembered dreams).
It took a good bit of dialing in to get to that point, however. If you overdo it on the choline and under dose the racetams or vice versa, you will get headahces, and it’ll make you pretty irritable. However since achieving the correct balance, I’ve had no such troubles.
One caveat, it does tend to make me what I’ll call hyper focused. For me, hyper focusing is not good, because it tends to blind me to the overarching ideas, like how someone with ocd is overly concerned with details being perfect and unable to get anything done as a result. I would get so entrenched in doing a problem (I’m a physics major) that I would slip on very basic details more often than usual. However I found it easier to control as soon as I became aware of it happening.
All in all it’s increased my focus, concentration, and mood in a very productive manner. I’m very happy with the results.
To be explicit, I use alpha gpc, sulbutiamine, piracetam, aniracetam, and molecularly distilled fish oil. I was using these long prior to being introduced to soylent, and I can vouch for their validity.
@HarveyDesu I’ve never heard of racetams leading to any sort of test boost, have you found others with the same problem?