Texas BMPEA LawyerBMPEA is an amphetamine-like stimulant found in many pre-workout supplements. Labels may claim it is an all-natural extract of the Acacia rigidula shrub, but it is actually a synthetic drug that has been linked to hemorrhagic strokes and other side effects.

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What is BMPEA?

BMPEA is an amphetamine-like stimulant drug that was first developed in the 1930s. It has never been tested in humans, but it was shown to increase blood pressure and heart-rate in dogs and cats. It is banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency and it is not allowed in dietary supplements.

BMPEA Linked to Hemorrhagic Stroke

The Archives of Internal Medicine has published a case report of a woman who suffered bleeding in her brain (hemorrhagic stroke) after taking a pre-workout supplement laced with BMPEA.

The healthy 53 year-old woman took Jacked Power, made by MM Sports. Analysis of the supplement detected 290-mg of BMPEA per dose in addition to 300-mg of caffeine.

Other Names for BMPEA

  • βMePEA
  • R-beta-methylphenethylamine
  • R-beta-methylphenethylamine HCl
  • Beta-methylphenethylamine
  • β-methylphenylethylamine
  • 1-amino-2-phenylpropane
  • 2-phenylpropan-1-amine
  • 2-phenylpropylamine
  • alpha-benzylethylamine
  • 1-phenyl-1-methyl-2-aminoethane
  • beta-methylbenzeneethanamine
  • beta-phenylpropylamine
  • 2- phenyl-1-propanamine

FDA Finds BMPEA in Supplements Labeled as Acacia Rigidula

In April 2015, the FDA issued warning letters to five companies for selling eight dietary supplements laced with BMPEA. In 2013, the FDA concluded that BMPEA does not come from the Acacia rigidula plant. Click here to read more.

BMPEA and Acacia Rigidula

A study published in Drug Testing & Analysis tested 21 supplements with Acacia rigidula on the label and identified 11 that actually contained BMPEA.

The study was conducted by researchers at Harvard led by Dr. Pieter Cohen. He expressed concern that in 2013, the FDA found BMPEA in nine supplements. The FDA did not issue any warnings or pull the supplements off the market.

Consumer Reports said BMPEA was found in the following supplements:

  • Aro Black Series Burn (Vitocost)
  • Dexaprine XR (IForce Nutrition Tribravus Enterprises)
  • MX-LS7 made by iSatori
  • Black Widow (Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Inc.)
  • Lipodrene Hardcore (Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Inc.)
  • Lipodrene Xtreme (Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Inc.)
  • Stimerex-ES (Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Inc.)
  • Yellow Scorpion (Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Inc.)
  • Fastin-XR (Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Inc.)
  • Jet Fuel T-300 (GAT)
  • Jet Fuel Superburn (GAT)

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