I figure noopept and centrophenoxine are the way to go?
Transdermal progesterone is being used as a nootropic and there's a MD in California who uses it to treat high adrenaline, high cortisol, high estrogen, and high insulin in people, and they find it easier to lose weight and often get off a cocktail of other medications. Also, people who've had traumatic brain injury recover much faster with progesterone supplementation. The source for this is Wikipedia, and for my previous claims two books: One called Adrenaline Dominance, and the other called The Miracle of Bio-Identical Hormones. Boom.
One last thing, for those who have a deficiency based on a mutation of the MAOA gene, progesterone increases MAOA which actually increases your ability to use your brain's neurotransmitters. Many of the ADHD supplementation for example only works extrinsically to create more neurotransmitters, but this also consequently increases adrenaline and taxes your whole body. Small doses of progesterone actually help you to (if you have this defect) use what you've already got, more effectively, thus helps correct ADHD often at the source.
I wouldn't recommend noopept cause the dosage for brain injury is unknow and ou might end up to have to take 200mg to notice some change or even more. And will be really expensive. The Piracetam is prescribed drug and you have to take a few grams to feel the diffrent. The price veary from 10 to 20 euro for 1200mg 60 pills. So, it's cheaper and more effective, it has been proved that has modarate to serve change for the brain. It would be good if you have someone in Europe who would get you the prescription, it's easy you just go to any doctor in Belgium and say that you want a few boxes, is Belgian product actually. I could get you some straight from the apotheek, but not now but later. Pm me if you are interested. Good luck!