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USP Labs PowerFULL PM is Back, with the Same Powerful Formula!

USP Labs Powerfull PM

It’s back!

After its original debut in the spring of 2012, USP Labs is bringing back its sleep aid and growth hormone matrix, PowerFULL PM. USP Labs has decided to make no changes to the previous formula, as […]

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USPlabs Vitamer PRO – A “Less is More” Multivitamin!

USPLabs Vitamer Pro Since When Does a Multivitamin Become Newsworthy?

USPlabs delivered a new multivitamin to its lineup today, and in doing so, called out almost all other companies who “overdose” their multivitamins.

Several years after the comedown from the era of OxyELITE […]

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Hi-Tech’s FDA DMAA Lawsuit: And Now We Wait on the Judges (Oct 2018)

Hi-Tech DMAA FDA Lawsuit Appeal

You thought DMAA was formally banned by the FDA? Not so fast, according to Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals. We have the latest updates to the ongoing DMAA supplement saga here.

August 16, 2018: Oral Arguments heard in the Appeal

Hi-Tech Pharmacetucials got […]

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Hi-Tech Appeals to Get its Wrongfully-Confiscated DMAA Back

Hi-Tech Fights Back for DMAA Update December 28, 2017: Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals has appealed the Magistrate Judge’s decision denying their request to release the recently-confiscated DMAA. This is the last “short-term” stand to get DMAA back, outside of the greater DMAA lawsuit appeal, which is the […]

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Mahmoud ElSohly & Ikhlas Khan’s $2.3 Million FDA Tax Waste: “Methylhexanamine is not detectable in Pelargonium or Geranium species and their essential oils: A multi-centre investigation”

Ikhlas Khan DMAA Multi Center Study - An FDA Tax Waste

This is part four 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.

Given the rancid stench emanating […]

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The Daniel Armstrong / Ying Zhang DMAA Study Scandal: “1,3-Dimethylamylamine (DMAA) in supplements and geranium products: natural or synthetic?”

DMAA Found in Geranium and Covered Up

This is part three 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, […]

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Mahmoud ElSohly & Ikhlas Khan’s Geranium DMAA ‘Pay for Play’ Paper: “Pelargonium Oil and Methyl Hexaneamine (MHA): Analytical Approaches Supporting the Absence of MHA in Authenticated Pelargonium graveolens Plant Material and Oil”

DMAA Geranium Study by Ikhlas Khan and Mahmoud ElSohly

This is part two 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, […]

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Ping, Li, and Fleming: The Three Disputed Studies Where DMAA Was Found in Geranium

DMAA in Geranium - The Disputed Studies

This is part one 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.

Note from Mike, Founder of […]

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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 […]

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DMHA / 2-Aminoisoheptane / Octodrine: 2016’s Stimulant

DMHA

New year, new stimulant? You bet your ass!

In the wake of the removal of other popular stimulants over the past few years, a battle has raged to fill the void left by the ingredients now gone. The supplement industry […]

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