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Top Related Products* ❯View User Ratings* ❯*Affiliate LinksOVERVIEW: 1,3 Dimethylamylamine (DMAA, Geranamine, Methylhexanamine) is a neural stimulant that is similar in structure to ephedrine and adrenaline. It has been used as a pre-workout supplement, but has been banned by the FDA since 2012.USED FOR: Athletic performance, Bodybuilding, Weight loss, ADHD, Focus, Concentration, Cognitive function.MECHANISM: The mechanism of action is still not fully understood, but it is thought to act by stimulating the release of the neurotransmitter norepinephrine. In human research it has been seen to increase blood pressure.DOSAGE: 10-60 mg per day. Should not be used without doctor supervision.SIDE EFFECTS: Rated as Likely Unsafe when used orally, due to the risk of serious side effects, including various cardiovascular effects (tachycardia, arrhythmias, heart attack), seizures, and other neurological and psychological conditions.INTERACTIONS: Cytochrome P450 2D6 substrates, Stimulant drugs, Herbs and supplements with stimulant properties.RELATED SUPPLEMENTS:Top Related Products
- Neural stimulant similar to ephedrine
- Previously used in pre-workout supplements
- Banned by FDA in 2012 due to safety concerns
1,3 Dimethylamylamine (methylhexanamine) is not extracted from geraniums, but even if it was it wouldn’t matter. It’s still both illegal and dangerous.
“Since 2006 methylhexanamine has been sold extensively under many names as a stimulant or energy-boosting dietary supplement under the claim that it is similar to certain compounds found in geraniums, but its safety has been questioned as a number of adverse events and at least 5 deaths have been associated with methylhexanamine-containing supplements. It is banned by many sports authorities and governmental agencies.”
“In April 2013, the US Food and Drug Administration determined that methylhexanamine was potentially dangerous and did not qualify as a legal dietary supplement; it warned supplement makers that it was illegal to market methylhexanamine and warned consumers of potentially serious health risks associated with methylhexanamine-containing products. The FDA has issued warning letters to manufacturers and distributors who continued to market products containing methylhexanamine.”
Methylhexanamine (1,3 Dimethylamylamin, Geramanime, DMAA) is a component of some types of geranamines. This has been verified with high performance liquid chromatography and tandem mass spectrometry. http://www.la-press.com/analysis-and-confirmation-of-13-dmaa-and-14-dmaa-in-geranium-plants-us-article-a3413
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At “least” 5 deaths have resulted from driving automobiles, even by licensed drivers. You get my point. You can abuse ANYTHING and it can damage or kill you.