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What does of piracetam can you take with choline citrate/bitrate?
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Dr. Edward Kuhnleyanswered
Child Psychiatry 47 years experience
Piracetam is a: derivative of the neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and may restore cell membrane fluidity. CDP-choline activates biosynthesis of phospholipids in neuronal membranes, increases cerebral metabolism and increases noradrenaline and dopamine levels in the CNS. A source suggests 8:1 ratio so 4.8 g of Piracetam to 600 mg Choline. Best to consult experienced specialist. Best regards.
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