BMPEA In Supplements Spells Trouble To Researchers; FDA Has Different Idea
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Researchers say beta-methylphenylethylamine – BMPEA – is a synthetic stimulant and they found it in 11 of 21 supplement products labeled as containing “Acacia rigidula.” FDA also has looked at BMPEA in supplements and says there is not “a specific safety concern at this time.”
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