DMAA

Overview

DMAA is an ingredient that is included in workout stimulants and weight loss supplements. The acronym stands for dimethylamylamine, and DMAA is known by several other names, including 4-methylhexan-diamine, 1, 3 DMAA, Methylhexaneamine, Geranamine, and Forthane, among others.

DMAA is recognized as a neural stimulant and exhibits the same structure as adrenaline and ephedrine. It has been used for pre-workout stimulation and produces sharp spikes of energy like caffeine does, albeit using a different brain mechanism.

DMAA was introduced back in 1948 as a nasal decongestant (to relieve nasal allergies) and could be purchased under the popular name Germanium oil extract. In recent times, DMAA has been used mainly as a neurological stimulant and party pill.

It is discouraged for athletes to use DMAA due to its similarity to amphetamines in terms of structure. It provides a false positive on drug tests for other banned stimulants. Dimethylamylamine is very stimulatory, but has yet to be thoroughly studied in isolation.

The ingredient is featured in over 200 pre-workout supplements and is linked with weight loss as well as muscle development.

 

 

Dosage

Note; dosage information is only for scientific reference purposes. SARMs Central, does not condone the human consumption or use of this substance outside of a controlled scientific environment (i.e. a lab).

The average dosage of DMAA is 10-20mg a day but some users take up to 40-60mg per day.

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