Alright. Will be in progress. Editing this post for comments.
1. Is this a "List" or a "Guide"? Why do we have multiple guides? They even share material, not just substances.
2. This contains compounds of varying availability.
"DEANER", "THA", and PRL* don't seem to exist anywhere. Were it useful, it would have been reproduced and published by now.
U4Euh, or 4-methylaminorex, is illegal in almost all places.
Pemoline has been discontinued almost everywhere. Used often in Japan.
Vasopressin, hydergine, and adrafinil are in a gray area.
derivatives vary, but are all pretty available.
Vitamins, amino acids, vitamin analogs, and choline are all quite available.
3. Piracetam derivatives are listed independently with too little reason outside of a main central few.
I would recommend listing all in the family, their relative "equivalent doses", mg to mg, and then highlighting piracetam as the most-studied and mentioning that non-response to one of the set does not proclude response to another. Quick information, pros, cons, should be available - not a book to read.
4. Omissions. Gotu Kola
- Recommended as a resource in general. Should be added to guide.
Using as resources: http://www.nickbostrom.com/cognitive.pdf
Can someone help with these pdfs for the repository? (They could be available, but I haven't searched.)
PMID: 11812254PMID 11106141Cognitive Enhancers (Nootropics
). Part 3: Drugs
Interacting with Targets other than Receptors or Enzymes. Disease-modifying Drugs (All 3 in the series)