Rapid Action Ephedrine with 25mg of ephedrine hcl was a popular ephedrine supplement a few years ago. Now, Rapid Action has been changed to Ephedrine Plus. You still find the highest quality real ephedrine hcl in Ephedrine Plus as you did in Rapid Action.
Ephedrine Plus comes in 25mg of ephedrine hcl. It is legal to buy 6 packages of 25mg ephedrine per order and a total of 12 packages per 30 days. The goal of the limits on the sale of ephedrine is to keep it at personal consumption levels.
Rapid Action 25mg ephedrine was widely available through all states though now there are regulations and there are some states that don’t allow the sale of ephedrine. Live Lean Toda has made this easy for you with a colored map on all ephedrine products that allow you to check your state for limits. Not all states allow the 25mg of ephedrine in Ephedrine Plus and for those that only allow the 12.5mg there is EPHED which is the identical supplement just in a 12.5mg dosage.
Ephedrine Plus 25mg is used for temporary or non-intense asthma like symptoms like wheezing or shortness of breath. Ephedrine is a nonprescription option for people who have mild asthma symptoms.
For your first purchase of ephedrine a form and copy of your driver’s license must be sent it. Live Lean Today has made this easy for you with an online form. You only need to send in your information once so all future orders are able to ship fast. (1)
Rapid Action was popular for being a bronchodilator and expectorant. You find these same qualities that have made the Ephedrine Plus the best ephedrine supplement on the market.
Another key ingredient in Rapid Action was Guaifenesin. You find the same 200mg of Guaifenesin in Ephedrine Plus 25mg which supports the breakup of mucus which can open airways for easier breathing.
Even though you may be looking for Rapid Action with 25mg or 12.5mg of ephedrine you can still get the same high quality ephedrine hcl you are looking for with Ephedrine Plus 25mg or EPHED 12.5mg.
Rapid Action In Stock $9 Per Box Until Sold Out!
Holy Cow this is like finding gold coins in your attic. LiveLeanToday.com is the only site that has the original Rapid Action Maximum Strength 2-Way. Made by DR Distributors but the product has been discontinued by the manufacturer. This product contains 1,3-dimethylamylamine (DMAA), also known as methylhexanamine or geranium extract. But that is just the start, I could not find a list of ingredients online and will have to copy from a box in another article. I wanted to get this out to my readers who want to get a chance to buy this dieters dream, stimulant steal, energy electric product. Rapid Action was one of those supplements that was so strong that the makers decided to stop making it because users were snorting it, shooting it instead of other street drugs.
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When I say it is impossible to find I mean. It is not made any longer and will never be made again. It is even hard to find any info online about it any more except for its legendary strength. We have a limited supply and it will not last long and here is the crazy thing. The price on these are crazy low $9 for a box. For $9 you can try a legend and if you don’t like it get your money back from Live Lean Today. I promise you won’t be asking for money back you will be asking for more. So if you know the product act fast and buy it up. If you have never tried it now is your chance. (2)
Is DMAA Legal?
Products containing DMAA are legal in the U.S., however many makers and retailer have pulled commercial products that contain DMAA (listed on the product label or website by that or one of the other names that have been used anonymously. Some manufacturers have already modified their products to exclude DMAA or have removed their DMAA-containing products altogether, and others may do so in the future. Few retailers still have stock of products that contain DMAA, and newer, non-DMAA versions sometimes have the same product name. So it is important to read ingredient labels carefully before using any product, especially those promoted for bodybuilding and weight loss (and party pills).
Many manufacturers clearly identify the “geranium extract” or “geranium oil extract” in their products as 1,3-dimethylamylamine or one of its other equivalent chemical names. For those that do not, however, we have no way to determine whether the “geranium (oil) extract” identified on the label is a different—possibly natural—product or some form of synthetic DMAA. The only way to determine positively if a product does or does not contain DMAA is through laboratory testing, so HPRC recommends using only dietary supplements that have evidence of third-party testing by a reputable independent laboratory.
In checking labels, you need to know the numerous terms/synonyms for DMAA. The most common ones are 1,3-dimethylamylamine; methylhexaneamine or MHA; dimethylpentylamine or DMP; 4-methylhexan-2-amine; Geranamine; and geranium oil, extract, or stems and leaves. Below is a list of various terms that could appear on a Supplement Facts label of a product containind DMAA:
Dietary Supplements/Products Containing DMAA
• 4-methylhexan-2-amine (IUPAC)
• dimethylamylamine (DMAA)
• dimethylpentylamine (DMP)
• Geranamine (Proviant™)
• Geranium extract
• Geranium flower extract
• Geranium oil
• Geranium oil extract
• Geranium stems and leaves
• Methylhexaneamine (MHA)
• Pelargonium (various)
• synthetic geranium
Rapid Action Ingredients
Synphedrine HCL Caffeine Anhydrous 4-Methlhexan-2-Amine HCL (Geranium Extract Leaves and Stem) Corynanthe Extract (Pausinystalia Yohimbe Bark) Kola Nut (Seeds) Caffeine Group Alkaloids Green Tea (Leaves) 3,7-Dihydro-3 7-Dimethyl-1H-Purine-2 6-Dione Yerba Mate (Leaves) White Willow Bark L-Arginine Ethyl Ester DIHCL Choline Bitartrate Beta Alanine DMAE L-Alanine Capsicum (Fruit) Sodium Pyruvate Guanidino Propionic Acid Hordenine Microcrystalline Cellulose Di Basic Calcium Phosphate Sodium Starch Glycolate Stearic Acid Magnesium Stearate Methyl Cellulose Titanium Dioxide Silica Glyceryl Triacitate