If oxiracetam is the logical child, the third member of our family is the creative one. Aniracetam is 2-5 times more potent than piracetam, but its effects fade out after 2-4 hours.
Aniracetam’s mechanism of action is surprisingly very well documented. It works primarily by targeting the brain AMPA receptors and interacting with serotonin, dopamine, and choline. These are all neurotransmitters that gauge our mental well-being, so it is to no-one’s surprise aniracetam has a great soothing effect on anxiety and stress.  Additionally, it is proven to boost the productivity of the right brain hemisphere, which is responsible for creative thinking.
Aniracetam is best for spurring creativity, holistic thinking and reducing stress and anxiety.
Even though aniracetam is fat soluble, it does not need to be ingested with fatty acids and can be taken on an empty stomach.
The effective range of aniracetam is between 400 mg and 1,500 mg per day, split into two or three serving. Because aniracetam powder has a distinctly bitter taste, capsules may be a better solution for those who want to avoid the bitter taste in their mouth (no pun intended).
Because of its potent anxiolytic effect, some people may experience excessive relaxation when taking aniracetam and will feel less motivated to do any kind of mental work. Other side effects may include nausea (it honestly tastes horrible), insomnia, vertigo, and headaches.
Now that we’ve covered the three most known racetams, it’s time to take a look at what to stack aniracetam with.
You can’t go wrong with stacking piracetam, oxiracetam, and aniracetam all together! Combining the three compounds together goes perfectly hand in hand because of their effects and the pathways they take to get to the brain. Piracetam will kick your brain into gear and boost your memory, oxiracetam will ramp up your logical thinking, and aniracetam will help you see the big picture of the project you’re working on.