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What To Do About DMAA?

What To Do About DMAA?

Since its removal from military exchange stores worldwide, controversial sports nutrition ingredient DMAA has garnered a great deal of press coverage, complicating industry’s relationship with FDA at a crucial stage of NDI negotiations.

It goes by many names. Methylhexaneamine. 1,3-Dimethylamylamine. 1,3-Dimethylpentylamine. 4-methylhexan 2-amine. Forthane. Floradrene. Geranimine. Sunrise. Hummer. Geranium extract, plant, oil, parts, stem and leaf.

For the better part of a year,

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