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Name: 1,3-Dimethylpentylamine hydrochloride
Synonyms: 4-Methyl-2-hexanamine hydrochloride, DMAA hcl
Molecular Formula: C7H17N.HCl
Molecular Weight: 151.68
CAS No.: 13803-74-2
Packing: 25kgs/drum; 10kgs/drum; 5kgs/bag; 1kg/bag
Standards: Enterprise Standard
Appearance: white or almost white powder
INFORMATION ON DMAA
DMAA was initially discovered in the 1970s by the drug manufacturer Eli Lilly. DMAA is a powerful CNS stimulant with similar effects to caffeine. DMAA increased clarity and a boost in physical performance, especially valuable to athletes during calorie restriction or when a high level of focus is needed. For weight loss, DMAA works through a similar chemical pathway as ephedrine, DMAA causing a rise in cAMP, the chemical messenger that triggers fat release.
Methylhexaneamine, which is the chemical name for DMAA, is found in nature in the oil of the geranium plant, which is native to southern regions of Africa. Methylhexaneamine makes up about 1% of geranium oil, although in modern times DMAA is typically synthesized under laboratory conditions for environmental and financial reasons.
Also known as geranium, DMAA produces the same benefits as caffeine at a fraction of the dose. It takes anywhere from 1/4 to 1/8 of the dose of DMAA to get the same benefits as caffeine. Users report that the energy kick imparted from DMAA lasts longer than that of caffeine, and feels "cleaner" without providing the "jittery" feeling that one associates with too much coffee or energy drinks.