1,3,DMAA – 20mg, 540 ct
“Dimethylamylamine is a drug made synthetically in a laboratory. It was originally used as a nasal decongestant. Today, dimethylamylamine is sold as a dietary supplement used for attention deficit-hyperactive disorder (ADHD), weight loss, improving athletic performance, and body building.
Many athletes take dimethylamylamine to improve performance. However, dimethylamylamine was added to the World Anti-Doping Agency’s prohibited substances list for 2010. Therefore, competitive athletes should avoid taking it.
Dimethylamylamine is thought to have stimulant effects similar to decongestants such as pseudoephedrine, ephedrine, and others. Some promoters say that it is a safer alternative to ephedrine. However, there is no scientific information to back up this claim. There is concern that it might increase the chance of serious side effects such as rapid heartbeat, increase in blood pressure, and increase the chance of having a heart attack or stroke.” – WebMD
“When stimulants such as DMAA are then added to the caffeine in such energy drinks, this could produce a more powerful effect. The FDA is currently embarking on the scientific and legal steps to ban DMAA on the market, but until that happens they are recommending consumers avoid any dietary supplements containing DMAA.” – Forbes