This is a guest contribution by William Cantrell.
Acetylcholine supplements are the foundation of many nootropic stacks.
Nicotine clearly enhances cognitive function ^1, but the long-term health effects of nicotine use are less well known. This post is a cost-benefit analysis of nicotine use for nootropic purposes.
Who wouldn’t like to perform better, think more clearly, and have more “cognitive RAM”?