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Is Angelo Lisi’s Geranium Study the WEAKEST Study Ever Published?

Angelo Lisi Australia DMAA Geranium Study

This is part five of a six page series researching whether DMAA (1,3 dimethylamylamine) is a natural constituent of geranium flowers. All six parts are linked from our main DMAA in Nature / Geranium page.

In our previous article, we explored how the FDA wasted $2.3 million dollars on a study where researchers Mahmoud […]
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The Ten (Actually 11!) Times DMAA was Found in Nature (in Geraniums)

DMAA Geranium

One of the most pivotal parts of the DMAA Lawsuit between Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals and the FDA is whether or not DMAA is found in nature. Specifically, is the stimulant (also known as 1,3 dimethylamylamine) a natural constituent of certain species of geranium flowers?

Thanks to the latest documents released in the case, as well […]
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