AMP (also known as “4-Amino-2-Methylpentane” (hence the AMP), 1,3-dimethylbutylamine, DMBA, and other names) is often compared to DMAA, and seen as a similar compound. It was once often used in supplements marketed as thermogenics (fat burners) and pre-workouts because of its reported effects as an appetite suppressant and energy enhancer. It’s also been claimed to enhance focus, memory, and attention; increase pain threshold; and decrease rates of perceived exertion.
AMP is also referred to as “pouchong” or “Chinese white tea extract,” - from an herb which has been widely used in Ancient Chinese Herbal Medicine for centuries. However, the pure, synthetic variation also known as 4-amino-2-methylpentane is to be considered much more potent in its properties.
AMP in the past was commonly found in citrate form (AMP Citrate) which was considered "35% active". However, the form available here is the HCL form (Hydrochloric), and is considered "74% active" - making it 2x stronger than the citrate variation. Experiments should be adjusted accordingly.
NOTE: AMP is not considered a dietary supplement and is intended for research purposes only. Advanced research of this compound is suggested prior to purchase. A scoop is provided, however, a milligram scale is recommended for accurate measurements.
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