Citation: elderos. "Mental Clarity: An Experience with Pramiracitam & Lecithin (exp87012)". Erowid.org. Aug 31, 2017. erowid.org/exp/87012
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I keep a blog online for various life issues. One a recent one happened to be me trying out the drug Pramiracitam. One of the most notable differences that the substance created was my writing... so I will post first a blog entry I created when I was NOT on Pramiracitam, then follow with one I wrote while ON Pramiracitam. Note the striking difference in writing style, vocabulary, and complexity:
Wednesday, August 18
So school is starting next week. I am extremely excited because ever since Field Training ended a month ago I have been bored and most of all lonely. I thank God for blessing me with awesome friends though, who are always there when I need them.
My classes this semester are difficult. Extremely difficult. As excited as I am to start them, I am on the border of panic as to succeeding. Being the druggie that I am, I decided try to find something that would 'aid' me in being, well, smarter. There's no such thing, right? Well apparently there is.
Tuesday, August 23
5:00 PM -- I came home and received the Pramiracitam that I had ordered just a week ago. Immediately I decided to take the recommended dose I had seen on a blog: 300mg.
The substance arrived in black encasing. It had melted (probably because of the annoyingly extreme heat that had been plaguing Oklahoma for the past few weeks.) The 300mg was about 1/8 teaspoon. It was harshly bitter tasting, the pungent aftertaste not departing until the second glass of milk I had taken.
6:30 PM -- I do notice quite an effect, simply from typing this blog. The words I search for while composing this blog post come more naturally, and it appears my vocabulary has become more complex. I feel as if my taste in music has changed as well. The wildly random sounds of many songs in my possession are not appealing anymore. Conversely, highly organized (mathematical) pieces of music seem to be hitting my senses in a much more pleasing manner.
I feel oddly relaxed and words flow better. I 'feel' smart. I also have an itch to do math and physics for some reason. Hopefully this optimistically scholastic attitude will not wane in the progressing weeks when I take Pramiracitam and other Nootropics.
9:30 PM -- I notice the effect is starting to wane a bit. There are a few prominent things I noticed for the duration of these past 4 hours, however. I feel I am 'blunt' in conversation, lacking the round-about manner in which I normally converse. Also, I feel I recall random vague memories more easily. Face recognition comes more easily as well; during a movie, I recognized an actor from Smallville who only starred in a couple episodes, of which I had viewed years before now.
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