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We, iForce Nutrition, were already prepared for something like this...stuff like this is another reason why we are reformulatingand Max . We've been working on it for months and looks like perfect timing.
While we are sad to see that DMAA is coming to a near end, we are also thrilled about our new formulas.
Personally, I love DMAA...Like majority of us, Jack3d was my first "dmaa" product
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If this is the case, it would have wide spread implications and not just on the performance supplements but all dietary supps. Would vitamin C now have to be extracted from oranges? What about industrially produced ascorbic acid? What about caffeine? This can go on and on and I agree that this action has implications that are much bigger than just DMAA being pulled.
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I prepared myself I stocked up on that Max. Intense a while back. Ordered about 8 of those babies for a grand total of 9 Max. Intense sitting in my room waiting to be opened!Originally Posted by Loudy Rowdy
wtf they cant take my jacked away from me. timetostockup
Was never a huge fan of 1,3....
Crash city sometimes for me. I don't need it, caffeine is good enough anyways.
I could say I do, yes, why?Originally Posted by USProduct-Edu
Either way, people will be fine with just caffeine....Originally Posted by mr.cooper69
If ALL sups went away it would not be the end of the world. Just enjoy why I can.
Ok.Originally Posted by JudoJosh
This fckin blows. Time for me to start stocking up on Dexaprine and other 1,3 goods.
Rant: it's not like DMAA is going to kill you instantly if you take it. They claim it has similar effects to ephredra and amphetamines. This is where I say everything can be good in moderation. It's when you get crazy with taking too much does it become a problem. DMAA wont kill you unless your trying to overdose or accidently dropped a bag into an IV (dramatization). Same reason why ephedra was banned originally - the FDA, aside from controlling money markets, just thinks people are too damn dumb to make smart decisions about what they take. To some degree they are correct but I don't see why they have to police me.
By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is whatever we have not sufficiently desired.
About the synthetic argument:
I have a hard time understanding what the FDA means here. Are they saying you can't sell DMAA synthetically because it's not found in nature?
*bolding is mine.Originally Posted by FDA Warning Letter
Or are they saying you can't sell it because it's produced synthetically perse? I that case they can pull pretty much any dietary supplement.