2 Powerful Coluracetam Nootropic Stacks (1 sublingual)

No question about it: Coluracetam is easy, convenient, and effective.

In fact, it’s one of my favorite nootropic compounds for easily dosing on the go. It’s a great nootropic to take with you while traveling, that you can quickly weigh out, capsule, or sublingually take.

Recently, on the Cortex Labs nootropics YouTube channel, we discussed, in an episode of “Stacks From Guides,” which is our video series that gives our users powerful stacks from our major three nootropics guides (SBF, Noopept Pro Stack List, Racetam God Guide), 2 powerful Coluracetam nootropic stacks that work quite well for inducing particular brain states.

Below, I’m going to divulge those stacks, so that anyone reading can notate them, and experiment with their nootropic power at their leisure.

I’ve refined these stacks over many years, to achieve a solid balance between compounds, and a nice nootropic synergy. After all, that is the goal of nootropics.


  1. 20 MG Sublingual Coluracetam
  2. 100MG Alpha GPC
  3. 200MG Caffeine
  4. 300MG L-Theanine

Explanation/utility of stack: “This stack combines the Caffeine/Theanine nootropic stack with a relatively high (sublingually speaking) Coluracetam dose to provide an energetic, strong focus capacity with an emphasis on working memory, mental fluidity, and motivating, calm, stimulation. This is a productivity stack.”Excerpt From: Ryan Michael Ballow. “The Racetam God Guide.


  1. 20MG oral Coluracetam
  2. 300MG Oxiracetam
  3. 5MG PRL-853
  4. 200MG Caffeine
  5. 300MG L-Theanine

Explanation/utility of stack:  “This stack will be quite stimulatory, mostly focus inducing, and will drastically improve speed of information processing. The combination of L-Theanine and Coluracetam dramatically positively impacts mood among many people. This stack is a feel good AND functional stack.”Excerpt From: Ryan Michael Ballow. “The Racetam God Guide.


  1. COLURACETAM improves a process called “High Affinity Choline Uptake,” and thus allows the brain to draw more choline into neurons to synthesize Acetylcholine. Acetylcholine is an excitatory neuro-chemical that promotes focus, wakefulness, memory, and likely many other things.
  2. As a result – the compound is useful for studying, sitting down and doing some degree of laptop work, and in my anecdotal experience, it mildly improves my creativity.
  3. But it also seems to make my brain a lot more fluid. Things function considerably better, overall, and my brain’s capacity to fire and function, seems to be better.
  4. I’ve noticed later on in the day, 6 or so hours after dosing Coluracetam, that my brain has a better capacity to think about things from the 50,000 FOOT VIEW. It’s sort of good for strategizing about business stuff, or whatever you may have to strategize about in your professional life.
  5. It stacks well with other Racetams, particualrly: Aniracetam, Oxiracetam, Piracetam, Pramiracetam, Phenylpiracetam, and Fasoracetam.

Ok! I just wanted to lay some of this stuff out for people that like having a text version to consume of the major points in the video.

Below, we’ll explain these doses, the methodology behind these stacks, and some of the general, practical application of these stacks.

Ryan —

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