You can check out the quick news video here:
What’s the quick explanation?In short, one of the abstracts claims that “A sports dietary supplement ‘CRAZE’ has been determined to be one of the sources of EAPB supply.” — EAPB being the designer PEA analogue, 2-Ethylamino-1-phenylbutane.
The abstract doesn’t show how they draw that conclusion, but they do state that 42 users failed their urine tests due to the designer phenethylamines, 2-Ethylamino-1-phenylbutane (EAPB) and 2-amino-1-phenylbutane (APB).
There may be slightly different verbage in source , so check that out as well.
Who Performed this Study?
The researcher, Dr. Victor Uralets, seems to have some experience in detecting drugs.
Just some new news on some old data for those of you asking for info on our YouTube channel lately. We just had to beat this poor horse a little bit more, I suppose!
Is Craze Available Anywhere?
Maybe, but currently it’s nowhere on any of the stores we work with. If our system ever finds it, it will be at PricePlow.com/driven-sports/craze.
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- Ulalets, V.; J Anal Toxicol; Designer Phenethylamines Routinely Found in Human Urine: 2-Ethylamino-1-Phenylbutane and 2-Amino-1-Phenylbutane.; 2014.
- Uralets, V.; Journal of analytical toxicology (via UnboundMedline.com); Designer Phenethylamines Routinely Found in Human Urine: 2-Ethylamino-1-Phenylbutane and 2-Amino-1-Phenylbutane.; 2014.
- Unbound MEDLINE; Victor Uralets