Citation: 7zyzz7. "Better Than Any Amphetamine I've Tried: An Experience with Pre-Workout Supplement (w/ DMAA & Caffeine) (exp93001)". Erowid.org. May 5, 2021. erowid.org/exp/93001
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A little about myself:
I'm a reasonably healthy 21 year old male who has been off alcohol, cigarettes, and all illicit drugs for several months. I have struggled with drug addiction in the past and am trying to stay clean until I get my life together. I was diagnosed with ADHD and depression in middle school and have been on many stimulants and antipsychotics since I was around 10. I am currently taking trazadone and melatonin for my insomnia and prozac for depression. I felt I should submit this report because I have found almost no information on methylhexanamine, forthan, forthane, floradrene, geranamine, dimethylamylamine, DMAA, 13d, etc.
I recently began taking a pre-workout supplement containing 50-150 mg of caffeine, an unspecified amount of 1 3 dimethylamylamine, and other herbs and substances. After the first few times taking it I noticed that I was able to concentrate on my school work extremely well for the first time in my life. I was diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactive disorder in middle school which resulted in me unsuccessfully trying many stimulants (adderall, vyvanse, concerta, etc). All of these pseudo-speed pills I've taken usually make me feel high and energized for a couple of hours before the horrific crash that leaves me very depressed and suicidal. After ingesting my pre-workout drink containing 1 3 dimethylamylamine I have increased focus for hours (I took it at 8:00 this morning and Iím still feeling it 10 hours later). Unlike most amphetamines I have tried there is no crash or comedown. The only problem is that I can't consume the drink daily because of all the other substances in it that are only intended for strenuous exercise. I'm considering buying some pure 1 3 dimethylamylamine online to see if its the substance in my drink that is making me so focused after and not all the caffeine and other materials.
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