Here we go again! The FDA just issued 14 warning letters to Supplement Companies that have DMBA in their products claiming the ingredient is not a legal dietary supplement and products that contain it are considered to be adulterated. Amp-Citrate also known as 1,3-Dimethylbutylamine; 4-Amino Methylpentane Citrate; AMP; 4-Amino-2 Methylpentane Citrate is a similar ingredient to DMAA which has already been pulled voluntarily by many companies. A few of the companies that were issued warning letters are Blackstone Labs, Nutrex Research, Prime Nutrition, Lecheek Nutrition and VPX Sports.
What does this mean? Well the supplement companies have 15 business days to respond and most likely the product will cease production during this time. Meaning, there will be no more product(s) produced containing AMP Citrate.
Now what does this mean to you? Well if you are a AMP Citrate or an old DMAA junky then we suggest you start stocking up on these items, as supplies will quickly diminish if the FDA starts to force their hand.