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      Anybody using piracetam to encourage lucidity?

      Recently, I have gotten hold of 125 g piracetam and intend to test it as a provoker of lucidity. Floating around the internet there is plenty of anecdotal evidence claiming piracetam makes dreams more vivid. For me "more vivid" equals a higher probability of lucidity.

      I have tried it twice: two days ago (1 g before bedtime, and 1 g at WBTB-time), which resulted in one lucid dream. Then last night (1g at WBTB-time, along with 8 mg of Galantamine). This led to two detailed, but not particularly vivid nor lucid, dreams. Galantamine-nights have a LD-probability higher than 90% for me, so this result was surprising.

      Does anyone have experience with piracetam before bedtime, or even at WBTB-time? If you do, it would be very nice to hear about them - especially with respect to lucidity and vividness.
      So ... is this the real universe, or is it just a preliminary study?

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      In Yuschak's drug bible, he cites piracetam as a dream inhibitor. I am assuming he knows what he is talking about, since he has taken many different supplements. So . . . my first response would be to stick with Galantamine as your main trigger. The main purpose of P is to cool down your acetylcholine system after you've flooded it with G, so that you can take G more often.
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      I think Yuschak is focused on using piracetam for lowering the time between uses of galantamine. This seems reasonable since piracetam is supposed to encourage the usage of Acethylcholine, so that levels of this compound do not stay high for very long (which would likely lower the ability to use Acethylcholine).

      However, because piracetam increases the usage of this compound, it also leads to improved memory, improved reasoning ability, and faster mental operations (it is the primary nootropic, in terms of use). All of which would be very good for lucid dreaming. There are many reports from users who claim that piracetam makes them experience the world more vividly. This should also apply to dreams.

      Anyway, I only use galantamine once every 10 days, with Huperzine A as its alternative five days later. In between I'll be trying piracetam. If nothing else, it should make the usage of Galantamine/Huperzine more successful.
      So ... is this the real universe, or is it just a preliminary study?

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