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Posted January 24, 2013
"Thermo Stimulating" Supplement Recalled -- Contained DMAA
The batches of Hydroxystim found to contain DMAA are limited to those recalled by the Australian distribution company Export Corporation Pty Ltd., and can be identified by a registration number of AUST L 187422 and an expiration date of November 9, 2013 on the label.
U.S. and Canadian consumers who purchase Hydroxystim online or through retail sales should check the identifying information on the label to be sure the product does not originate from the affected batches.
Hydroxystim is promoted as a "thermo-stimulant" for an energy and metabolism boost during exercise. According to the Muscletech website, Hydroxystim has been reformulated, and neither DMAA nor geranium oil (sometimes used as another name for DMAA) is listed on the new label.
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