Note: This product is not a dietary supplement. This product is for research purposes only and is not intended for consumption.
DMHA is a substance known for its possible stimulant effect. DMHA is very similar to both DMAA and AMP Citrate. As a result, this substance is associated with a range of effects.
DMHA can also be known as:
Purity: ≥ 99%
Functions of DMHA
DMHA is a substance that is mainly known for its stimulant effect. Due to its similarity to DMAA, this substance is associated with a range of effects .
Where does DMHA come from ?
This stimulant occurs in nature, but is also made synthetically. In nature it occurs in the bark of the Juglans Regia tree and in the fruit of the Kigelia Africana tree.
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