DMAA/1, 3-Dimethylpentylamine Hydrochloride CAS 13803-74-2 FOR
DMAA is a neurological stimulant which causes a quick spike of
energy similar to Caffeine and other classical stimulants, but does
so by different mechanisms in the brain.
It was first introduced as a nasal decongestant as 'Germanium Oil
Extract' but more recently is used as a neurological stimulant and
Due to its structural similarity to amphetamines, it gives a false
positive in drug tested competitions for amphetamines and thus
should not be used by competing athletes.
It is not a highly studied compound in isolation.
Also Known As
4-methylhexan-2-amine, DMAA, Dimethylamylamine, 1, 3-DMAA,
Geranamine, Methylhexaneamine, 1, 3-Dimethylpentylamine, Forthane
Do Not Confuse With
DMAE, Serum DHEA, Memantine (Same acronym, different compound)
Things to Note
DMAA is highly stimulatory.
DMAA may cause a false positive for amphetamines in urine testing.
Recommended dosage, active amounts, other details
A typical starting dose of 1,3-DMAA is in the 10-20mg range and
eventually reaching up to 40-60mg a day, there is no actual
evidence to support this dosage range but it seems to be the
standard dosages range for supplemental 1,3-DMAA on the market.
1,3-DMAA is known to be banned by various sports organizations due
to its amphetamine-like nature, and should not be used by tested
Thoughts on 1,3-Dimethylamylamine
Although there are many anecdotes of the efficacy of 1,3-DMAA, most
(if not all) of the science is extrapolated from other compounds
which act in a similar manner.
Although the compounds are very similar and this extrapolation
should be relatively valid, some degree of caution should still be
exerted until some studies on the 1,3-DMAA molecule itself are
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